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October 17, 2017
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Drink plenty of water. Water is not just way to flush out toxins. If you have more water in your body you will generally feel healthier and more fit. It also helps you feel full, so you don't have the urge to eat so much. And water has no calories at all.
Start your day with a glass of water. It’s a wonderful way to start you day. A glass of water lubricates your insides. You can still have your morning cup of tea, but have it after a glass of water.
Drink a glass of water before you eat each meal. Water takes up space in your stomach, so you feel fuller without eating as much.
Have another glass of water while you are having your meal. Again this is another way of making yourself full. Instead of drinking it all at once, take a sip after each bite of food. It will help the food settle and you'll feel full faster.
Stay away from sweetened bottle drinks, especially sodas. They are full of sugar and calories.
Include foods that contain more water, like tomatoes and watermelons. They contain 90 - 95 % water, so feast on them as much as you like. They fill you up without adding pounds.
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REPORT: "Fight Back Against Age-Related Disease and Improve Your Longevity"
Anti aging isn't just about fixing wrinkles and finding something to cover graying hair. It's about living life as long as you can - but not just any life - one that's full of activity and enjoyment.
No one wants to live forever if it means they're plagued with horrible diseases that interrupt their quality of living.
No matter what age or gender you are right now - or what your current state of health is - you can turn back the hands of time by address some of the common aging health issues you might face.
Heart Attacks, High Blood Pressure and Strokes
Cardiovascular health is a topic that combines the potential for heart attacks, strokes, and high blood pressure. While technically different, these three issues are severe - and can be treated in much the same way.
When your heart doesn't get enough blood and oxygen due to a blockage and the heart withers and dies off. It's one of the top reasons why men and women die, but it's preventable!
Plaque build-up is what causes you to have a heart attack, so to prevent this, you have to do things that help flush out plaque from your coronary arteries. Diet and exercise will work best.
Change your diet to one full of vegetables, fruits, nuts and whole grains. If you eat meat, make sure it's lean - not fatty. Keep your dairy low-fat, too - including cheeses, yogurt and milk.
Stop smoking, too. Even secondhand smoke can contribute to you developing heart disease. Smoking constricts your blood flow, making it harder for your heart to get oxygen.
High blood pressure isn't just something that affects the heart - it affects most other organs inside of your body. It's the pressure of force that your blood has against the walls of your arteries.
You can fight this aging disease by implementing a healthy regimen in terms of both food and exercise. Cut salt from your diet as much as possible and get your weight down to a healthy level if you're obese.
Strokes are similar to heart attacks. A heart attack happens when oxygenated blood doesn't reach the heart and it dies off - and the same is true for a stroke, only the part dying off is your brain.
Some strokes are caused by blood clots, so it's imperative that you start exercising to prevent it from happening to you as you age.
Other strokes are caused by a rupture in a blood vessel - but both are due to a lack of blood flow, so you want to use exercise and diet to prevent plaque and keep your blood flowing safely throughout your body.
Diabetes has traditionally been something that affects an aging population - in terms of adult-set Type II diabetes. But as the years have gone by and obesity has become a plague, there are more younger cases of diabetes development.
The first thing you want to do is know your risk. If you're overweight, if your family has a history of diabetes, or if you're a sedentary person, then you're at increased risk for developing this disease.
Make sure you have your doctor test for diabetes, because some people will develop it even if they're at a normal, healthy weight. You might not show many obvious symptoms of it, such as extreme thirst, lethargy, or increased hunger.
How can you fight back against diabetes? If you haven't developed it yet, then you'll do the same things you would to protect your body against heart disease, stroke and high blood pressure - eat a healthy diet and get up and start moving!
Because diabetes has an all-over effect on your body, it can speed up the aging process. You want to nip it in the bud as soon as possible.
If you already have diabetes, work on getting yourself to a state where medication isn't necessary - essentially reversing this disease and putting an end to your hasty aging process.
One scary fact is that researchers are now saying that for the very first time in history, children could have a shorter life expectancy than their parents - all thanks to the onslaught of the sheer number of diabetes diagnoses.
If you've already been diagnosed, then take steps to keep your health intact as much as possible. Wear comfortable shoes, for example.
Diabetics often have problems with their feet - and you don't want it to get to the point of an amputation or infection.
Start watching for other diseases that are brought on due to the effect diabetes has had on the rest of your body.
You don't want to be so caught up in diabetes management that you don't realize you're experiencing symptoms of another age-related disease.
There are many forms of cancer, but one thing that is almost a constant among them all is that your risk for development increases as you age.
There are many ways you can handle this sad fact - from preventative measures to being vigilant for signs and symptoms.
The earlier you detect any kind of cancer, the better your chances are for survival. So it's imperative that you watch for things, such as with skin cancer - when you're on the lookout for a mole that is changing shape.
With skin cancer, you want to be wearing sunscreen on a regular basis.
Even if you're just going to the grocery store in the middle of the day, the rays will enter through your car's windshield and affect your skin. Get liver spots and other marks of age spots checked out.
Have a head to toe inspection by a dermatologist who can take a peek at places you might not always see, like your back or scalp. They can tell you if anything looks suspicious and remove it before it becomes dangerous.
Commence anti-aging skincare programs to keep your skin healthy and supple over the years.
Screenings are very important. As you age, you will have different screening recommendations to follow. Make sure you adhere to these schedules:
In your twenties and thirties, get screened for cervical cancer. Other cancer screenings might start to take place at this age due to hereditary factors, so make sure you know your family history.
In your forties, mammogram screenings should start taking place to look for signs of breast cancer. Of course, you should be doing frequent self exams on your breasts to spot changes, too.
In your fifties, prostate and colon cancer screenings come into play. Both men and women will have colon cancer screenings.
Doctors vary on how often they provide screenings, but make sure it's in line with your peace of mind.
What are some ways you can stave off cancer? It all boils down to the same healthy habits - good nutrition and good exercise. Implement those into your life and you'll decrease your chances of getting cancer.
In the nutrition portion, make sure you're eating plenty of foods rich in antioxidants.
Look for a rainbow in the produce department - meaning, select foods that cover the spectrum of colors - red radishes or tomatoes, blueberries, yellow squash, and green pears.
Stop smoking if you are smoking, and if you're around someone else's smoke, try to create an environment where you don't have to breathe in someone else's bad habit.
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REPORT: "Fight Back Against Age-Related Disease and Improve Your Longevity" continued:Dementia
There are different levels of forgetfulness. Temporarily misplacing your keys is nothing to be alarmed about.
Then there is a level where you have a very mild impairment of the mental capacities. And finally, full blown cognitive failure such as Alzheimer's disease.
The simple forgetfulness like misplacing something is what happens to everyone from time to time.
It's just that, when you were 18 and forgot where you placed your keys, you didn't panic - because you weren't thinking about it being something more worrisome.
Dementia is reserved for individuals who have an alarming loss of function with their mind. For example, if you go to your favorite mall and suddenly you can't find your way around, it's a sign of dementia.
If you keep asking the same questions or telling the same tales like you're on a loop, then it's a sign that something could be wrong.
Some dementia patients fail to take proper care of themselves - they don't eat, bathe or groom themselves properly.
What causes a loss of memory? New evidence is coming out every day, but there are certain things that contribute to a more likely diagnosis, such as diabetes, heart disease and high blood pressure.
Genetics play an important role, too. If family members have suffered from dementia, then there's a strong possibility that you will, too.
You want to be on alert for signs that it's occurring and male a plan while you're still cognizant.
Some of the recent research shows that many things affect your chances of developing some form of dementia, including:
Fried or grilled foods
Stress and depression
You want to work on exercising your brain the way you exercise your body. Play strategic games or do puzzles that put your mind to work.
Embark on a continuing education journey where you're always stretching your mind to learn more.
Osteoarthritis and Osteoporosis
The prefix osteo means "of or relating to the bones," so let's talk about aging diseases that can affect your bones - and how you can prevent or alleviate the symptoms.
Osteoporosis is more widely known in terms of aging bone diseases. It's when your bones become brittle and fragile, resulting in more possible fractures.
There is a bone density scan that can tell you if you already have osteoporosis - but most people rely on a fracture to bring it to their attention.
Early warning signs might include withering in size (getting shorter because your bones are causing you to walked in a stooped over position), fractures, and aches and pains.
What can you do to prevent it? Stop smoking for one. Make sure you get plenty of vitamin D and calcium - and even though you're worried about fractures, exercise!
With osteoarthritis, which is a chronic and debilitating painful disease, you'll have bones that cause friction, pain and sometimes immobility to some degree.
If you're overweight, it increases your odds of developing this disease, but genetics also play a role.
Work on strengthening your core, getting your weight at a healthy level, and exercising each day.
If it becomes painful, don't overdo it - you don't want to put more pressure on your joints than what your body will allow.
Eyes, Ears and Mouth
Part of your anti aging regimen should be to pay close attention to your eyesight, hearing and dental health.
Not only should your dentist be doing regular cleanings and repair, but he or she should adequately screen under the tongue for cancer.
Your eyesight will degenerate to some degree, but hopefully it's just a matter of you needing reading glasses once you hit 40 years old.
Other aging individuals will experience things like cataracts or macular degenerative disorder.
Diabetes can wreak havoc on your eyes, and glaucoma and dry eyes are other issues you might have to endure. The best treatment for this is a healthy weight - and regular eye exams.
Hearing loss is something that people joke about in terms of aging, but there's nothing humorous about not feeling like you can understand and communicate with people anymore.
The Hearing Loss Association of America says that by age 65, one out of every three people has significant hearing loss. How can you prevent it, though? Start with any medications you might be taking.
Everything from aspirin to antibiotics and intense chemo meds can cause a certain amount of hearing loss.
You also want to keep noise to a minimum, even if it's on the job noise. Wear earplugs to protect your hearing.
Get tested for your hearing. You never want to sacrifice your quality of life by being too stubborn to don a set of hearing aids.
The ones they have today are so discreet, no one ever needs to know that you're wearing them.
You can also learn more here in our guide about useful anti aging strategies you can apply now so that you have a lifetime of health and fitness to enjoy.
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Warren’s Notes :Hello again,
Last week I commented about travelling to Melbourne to collect our daughter from the airport (returning from Ecuador in South America) and going on to a family party 3 ½ hours away from home. It was to be a day trip.
Life tends to throw things at you though as we are all aware.
Rachel developed a rash. She thought it was hives. 5 hours before flying she was at the hospital in Quito in Ecuador and they had her on a drip and were monitoring her. She improved and they gave her medical certificate and she flew out. Linked to Florida and then on to Las Angeles where the rash was worse and there was some swelling in her face. She was medically refused to fly and had to spend the night in LA.
Obviously, that meant she was not going to be at the airport on Saturday. We took 2 cars to Melbourne so my wife could stay down and left one at Gillian’s father’s house and all went on to the party. I dropped back to her father’s and came home (7 hours driving in the day).
Rachel caught the flight back the next day and Gillian had one look at her in the airport and took her to emergency at the Royal Melbourne Hospital (probably the highest regarded hospital in Melbourne).
They put her on a drip and took blood tests and kept her at emergency. Tests came back clear but a rare diseases specialist came by and said that they were not letting her out into the general population until they knew what it was.
She spent 3 days in intensive care and then infectious diseases ward till they finally decided she was a “diagnostic quandary” but whatever it was is not infectious. Rachel is teacher and is heading back to work and Gillian is back up in the country to go back to work again.
We will keep watch on the situation but it is looking like just one of those things that throws everything into turmoil for a little while and sends well laid plans completely out the window.
If you have had a normal week with not much happening then perhaps it is a good thing. If you have sickness and problems around you I hope that it all works out okay as it appears to have done for Rachel.
Remember, any time you want to learn more about anything in this ezine, or just need a chat about your health, drop me a line and I'll email back as soon as I can, and if you leave your phone number I'll even call you back on my dime!
Have a Laff!Medical Pun-ology
Bacteria........................Back door to cafeteria.
Barium.........................What doctors do when patients die.
Benign..........................What you be after you be eight.
Cesarean Section..........A neighborhood in Rome.
Catscan........................Searching for Kitty.
Cauterize......................Made eye contact with her.
Colic............................A sheep dog.
Coma...........................A punctuation mark.
D&C............................Where Washington is.
Dilate...........................To live long.
Enema..........................Not a friend.
Fester...........................Quicker than someone else.
Fibula...........................A small lie.
G.I.Series....................World Series of military baseball.
Hangnail......................What you hang your coat on.
Impotent......................Distinguished, well known.
Labor Pain...................Getting hurt at work.
Medical Staff................A Doctor's cane.
Morbid........................A higher offer than I bid.
Nitrates.......................Cheaper than day rates.
Node...........................I knew it.
Outpatient...................A person who has fainted.
Pap Smear...................A fatherhood test.
Pelvis...........................Second cousin to Elvis.
Post Operative.............A letter carrier.
Recovery Room...........Place to do upholstery.
Rectum.......................Damn near killed him.
Tablet.........................A small table.
Terminal Illness...........Getting sick at the airport.
Tumor..........................More than one.
Urine..........................Opposite of mine.
Varicose......................Near by/close by
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