Imagine yourself as a restaurant owner. Your guests come in for dinner and they feel disappointed with the presentation of the food. The whole dining experience is the User Experience (UX). In general terms, UX is a combination of content and user interface. Just like users at restaurant look for dishware as well as food, mobile app users look for “usability” of the app. Users also look for intangible benefits emotional satisfaction, efficiency, sense of belonging, and others: https://www.webcures.net/.
Good user experience is important as it makes your product accessible and interactive. To deliver a happy user experience, one needs to conduct user research to understand the users’ expectations and preferences. Gather your data from users and other tools to know how can your mobile app deliver an amazing user experience. Listen and absorb when you have conversations with your prospective clients to get an idea about the opportunities.
Make a Wireflow
A wide flow is a map out of the process. It includes the skeletal framework of the mobile app and also marks the relationship between different sections and pages. Include the minimal details in the wireflow before starting the visual design of the app. It is important to include button sizes, images size, font size, and page layout of your mobile app in the wireflow to help the mobile app developers understand the functions and features.
Put yourself in users’ shoes
We often make the mistake of thinking users as our clients. Step into your users’ shoes and plan the User Experience of your mobile app. Maintain an equilibrium between users’ needs and objectives when planning the UX of an app.
Collaborate with all the departments
User experience design alone is not enough to create a “usable” and “happy UX app”. You should collaborate with the clients, users, designers, mobile app developers, project managers, and other team members to make your project a success. When everybody pitches in with their ideas and voice of opinions, magic is sure to happen.
We have a team of UX designers, visual designers, and interactive developers who collect in collaboration with our clients to make sure that mobile apps conduct the right message and attract the right audiences. Contact us now to develop your next mobile app.
A systemic infection is the result of a virus or bacteria that enter your bloodstream and ends up spreading throughout your whole body. Multiple organs are ultimately affected leading to systemic infection symptoms.
Systemic infection symptoms are varied and the conditions associated with them thus often misdiagnosed. Examples of systemic infections include Grave’s disease, lupus, AIDS, diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, chronic fatigue syndrome, and Lyme disease. Interestingly, the symptoms of most systemic infections seem to overlap.
Common systemic infection symptoms include:
Sleeping problems, e.g. trouble falling asleep or waking throughout the night
The list goes on. There are too many systemic infection symptoms to mention. It could thus be suggested that because so many systemic infection symptoms overlap, there is a correlation between them. One such correlation that will be looked into is that between adrenal fatigue and Lyme disease.
What Is Lyme Disease?
There are apparently over three hundred thousand people in the United States alone that are diagnosed with Lyme’s disease each year. This is six times more people that are identified as HIV positive and 1.5 times more than women who are diagnosed with breast cancer. Getting a positive diagnosis, however, is very difficult. Most people are repeatedly misdiagnosed due to the diversity of the symptoms. Misdiagnosed conditions include fibromyalgia, multiple sclerosis, and chronic fatigue syndrome.
Transmitted by ticks, most noticeably the Ixodes tick (commonly called deer ticks) and black-legged ticks found in the United States West Coast, Lyme disease is a bacterial infection. The disease is found right throughout the whole of the United States and six other countries overseas.
The disease is more common in older people, children, and adults who predominantly engage in outdoor work, such as park rangers and firefighters, as they are more at risk of getting exposed to tick bites.
How Do You Get Infected with Lyme Disease?
You get infected with Lyme disease once you are bitten by the immature tick, called a nymphal. A nymphal is tiny and their bite is painless. Very many people who contract the disease do not even realize they have been bitten. The longer the nymphal is attached and feeding, the greater your chances of Lyme transferred into your bloodstream.
A pregnant woman who has Lyme could transfer it to the fetus. Stillbirths have occurred because of this, although it is not very common. Some believe the disease is inter-transferable between humans, but this has not yet been proven in a clinical setting.
Symptoms of Lyme Disease
A systemic infection, Lyme disease has many systemic infection symptoms that overlap with another systemic infection, namely, adrenal fatigue with its associated symptoms. Lyme disease affects any or all your body’s systems and organs. It varies from one person to the other, as do their symptoms.
The most common systemic infection symptoms associated with Lyme’s disease:
Heart palpitations/heart murmur/heart prolapse
Problems at night with sleeping e.g. insomnia, waking too early, waking during the night, and night sweats
Abdominal pains or cramps
Erectile dysfunction/loss of libido
Signs of cold or flu including head and/or chest congestion, fever, and sore throat
Women’s problems e.g. irregular menstrual cycle, unexplained milk production, or pains in the breasts
Weight gain/weight loss
Aches and pains in the joints and muscles
Skin that is hypersensitive/numb in extremities/shooting pains
Dizziness/loss of balance
Hearing problems including buzzing or ringing sounds and ear pain
One of the problems most Lyme disease patients have in common is chronic fatigue. Tests on these people show that their adrenals are depleted. This causes problems for hormone production.
Lyme disease affects your hypothalamus, one of the components of the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) axis. When one component of the HPA axis is affected, the other components suffer the consequences as well.
The HPA-Axis and Its Importance in Handling Stress
When your body is under physiological or psychological stress, the hypothalamus, situated in the brain, takes note of the threat and takes measures to address it. It is part of the neuroendocrine system that controls many of your body’s processes, such as the storage and use of energy, digestion, your sexuality, your emotions and moods, and your immune system.
Once the hypothalamus perceives a threat, it sends chemical messages to the pituitary gland which in turn secretes hormones which act on the adrenal glands. The adrenal glands then jump into action and produce cortisol and adrenaline. These two hormones ready the body for either fight or flight, while at the same time keeping it alert.
When this happens, and attention is given to the problem at hand, the body either stops producing or produces less of the other hormones for this short period. Once the threat is over, all hormone production once more goes back to normal and the situation inside the body goes back to normal.
If however, the threat persists, the adrenal glands produce ever-increasing amounts of these two hormones until such time as its reserves are depleted and it is no longer able to do so. At this stage, the body responds by gearing up other organs to take over the production of these hormones. It will do this until such time as adrenal exhaustion sets in and the adrenal glands are exhausted. This has a dire set of implications attached, as recovery from adrenal exhaustion is a long, difficult process.
During this final stage of adrenal fatigue, the body is no longer able to produce cortisol, and your symptoms intensify. You no longer have any sex drive, are constantly fatigued, are apathetic with no interest in what goes on around you, are irritable and have either anxiety or depression (or both), and most probably suffer from weight loss for no apparent reason. Not only are your cortisol levels affected, but all other hormone levels as well. At this stage, you are suffering from what is commonly called ‘burnout’.
In addition to cortisol depletion, the body is so tuned into survival mode, that other hormone is not produced at the rate they should. This causes a domino effect as different organs and systems are in turn negatively affected. The thyroid gland is one of these. Due to the onset of adrenal fatigue, the thyroid hormones are not produced as they should. They play a large role in the body’s metabolism and growth.
Lyme Disease Affects Your Hormone Production
When you contract Lyme disease, the neurotoxins produced by the disease has a negative effect on the hypothalamus. In so doing, it affects the production of your thyroid hormones as well as the adrenal and sex hormones.
Lowered testosterone levels increase your chances of infection while women going through menopause that has Lyme disease are worse off than those without. This is due to the even lower levels of testosterone in their bodies. Testosterone has a positive effect on your mood, sex drive, and energy levels.
The adrenal and sex hormones, because of their anti-inflammatory properties, are crucial to your wellbeing. Those with Lyme disease, who have extremely low levels of these hormones, often have chronic pain.
Lyme disease also depletes your progesterone and pregnenolone stores because of the chronic stress this disease causes on the body. These hormones are precursors to cortisol and DHEA (dehydroepiandrosterone), both of which are produced by the adrenal glands. DHEA, especially, is necessary for the production of the male and female hormones while cortisol is necessary in order to combat stress.
Lower levels of DHEA also cause a problem in liver detoxification. The lower the DHEA levels, the more toxins are stored in the liver and the more the body, which is already under stress, struggles to flush them out. Lower DHEA levels and poor liver detoxification are both associated with an increased risk of contracting breast cancer.
Many of the symptoms and actions of this systemic infection closely correspond to those of someone with adrenal fatigue. Indeed, research would suggest that many instances of adrenal fatigue are triggered by Lyme disease. In order to help yourself overcome one of these conditions, you thus need to address the other and look at the root cause.
The traditional treatment for Lyme disease is an antibiotic. In some instances, however, people with the disease do not respond well, and additional antibiotics are usually recommended.
From a more holistic standpoint, one would look at adrenal support in order to help the situation as well as ways in which the body can naturally fight back against the disease.
As your immunity is compromised, it makes sense to eat foods that boost your immune system and help fight infection. The only way to combat Lyme disease and the resulting adrenal fatigue is when your body is in control of its inflammatory response.
Certain foods need avoiding, such as sugar and grains, while more anti-inflammatory foods are consumed, such as raw dairy products, nuts, coconut, vegetables, and organic meat. Foods rich in probiotics also need to be included.
1. Foods high in antioxidants
Vegetables, especially green leafy vegetables such as spinach and brightly colored vegetables, are high in antioxidants, as are berries. These foods lower your risk regarding nutrient deficiencies while they help in controlling inflammation and damage due to free radicals.
2. Foods with high probiotic content
Fermented vegetables are a great source of probiotics. Examples are sauerkraut and kimchi. Raw goat’s milk yogurt (or any other form of raw yogurt), kefir and amasai are also good sources.
Probiotics encourage good bacterial growth in the gut, thereby improving your immune system.
We have given a brief overview about ice machines in one of our articles on the site. We hope that it has given you information that you can use to select the best ice machine for you. Before you go out and buy one read our buyer’s guide first.
Homes do not need lots of ice every day so it may not be the most practical idea to purchase an ice machine for your house. If you do want your own ice machine at home then look for the smaller models and voice the pricier bigger ice machines.
Questions that need answers.
First, you need to ask yourself a few questions. Once you get your answers then you are ready to find your ice machine.
How much ice do you need?
Typically you want your ice machine to produce enough ice for 1 whole business day with a little extra. So figure out how much ice you need. This will help you determine the size of the ice machine you will buy.
What kind of ice do you need?
We’ve talked about the 3 types of ice that ice machines can make. Cube Ice and Nugget Ice are the ones you want to for drinks. Flake Ice is great for salad bars and for any blended drinks. Remember that Flake Ice melts faster than Cube Ice and Nugget Ice
Where will you put the ice machine?
You may be buying lots of other kitchen equipment so it is very important to plan their placement. So make a map of your kitchen and decide where your ice machine will go. Remember that the kitchen can get very busy and many people will be going around. Placing kitchen equipment in key locations can make things a lot easier.
How much space do you have for an ice machine and how big is the ice machine that you’ll need?
Now that you know how much ice you need you’ll be able to see the sizes of the ice machine you’ll need. Get the measurements of your planned space for the ice machine and bring it with you when you look at ice machines. It would also be good to measure the door and any possible tight places that the delivery man will go through when bringing your ice machine. This may not be such a big deal if the ice machine you get can be assembled at your place. Take note that Air Cooled Ice Machines will need a little extra space for its air vents. You can also consider Remote Cooled Ice Machines if your kitchen is right under the roof or is beside an outside wall.
Do you need a storage bin for your ice?
A storage bin may not always go with an ice machine so you might have to purchase one separately. Again, this depends on your type of food commercial refrigeration service business and how much ice you need in a day. You want a storage bin that can hold up to 10 – 20% more ice than your ice machine can make.
Overtime, the ice in the storage bin will melt so you will need a floor drain underneath or near the ice storage bin.
Should you add a water filter system to your ice machine?
If you are in the food service industry and the ice you make will be for consumption then by all means please get a water filter system. This will keep your ice clean and even help keep your ice machine clean. It will also keep your ice free from getting a weird chemical taste over time. Water filters will keep ice production at a maximum. It will also lower maintenance costs in the long run and can greatly give your ice machine a longer life. So this is an additional expense at the beginning but can save you more later.
What else should you consider when buying an ice machine?
You should look at the brand of the ice machine. Look at their reputation and their warranty services. An ice machine on average should have a lifespan of 5-8 years and warranties usually last for 3 years. The condenser and evaporator are given a 2 year warranty. Some companies will extend that if you add a water filter to your machine or they may have an extended warranty program. Ask about their repair services or repair centers too. If your machine needs some Manitowoc ice machine repair you want them to be able to get there and fix it right away.
You’ll also want to look at a dedicated ice scoop. So that you keep your ice as clean as possible. An ice dispenser can make ice retrieval for drinks quicker and let your customers get their own ice. An ice tote or an ice cart will come in handy if you need to move a lot of ice around or if you will cater.
These are just some basic questions to ask yourself and whoever might be helping you pick out an ice machine. You may have your own questions and more specific needs when it comes to your ice machine so include that in the conversation. We hope this guide helps you get the best ice machine for your business.
Vitamin D, the “sunshine vitamin,” is important for your body to function. One of the major benefits of vitamin D is the building of strong bones. Supplementation with vitamin D has largely eliminated rickets as a childhood disease. More recently, low vitamin D levels have been associated with a number of illnesses. Likewise, attaining appropriate levels of the vitamin has been associated with improvement in a number of conditions.
Functions of Vitamin D
Some of the functions of Vitamin D in the body include:
Helping the body absorb calcium more effectively
Helping to keep proper calcium and phosphate levels
Stimulating the growth of bones and cells
Regulating mental health, including Seasonal Affective Disorder
Aiding in serotonin and dopamine synthesis
Helping increase levels of glutathione in your body
Symptoms of Low Vitamin D Levels
The percent of people with low vitamin D levels in the country is estimated to be from 30% to 95%. These estimates depend on the age of the individual and where they live. Three out of four pregnant women have low vitamin D levels. Vitamin D is an important nutrient, and not having enough could cause later health issues for these growing babies.
Having low vitamin D levels don’t always cause symptoms. Some people won’t begin showing symptoms until their levels are very low or have been low for some time.
Low vitamin D levels can result in the following issues:
Bone pain and weak muscles
Possible increased risk of death from cardiovascular disease
Cognitive impairment in the elderly
Cancer or faster growth of some cancers
Increased incidence of severe asthma in children
Increased risk of bone fractures
Deformities brought on by soft bones
Lower levels of essential neurotransmitters
Increased risk of infection due to impaired immune function
Blood sugar problems due to increased insulin resistance
Increased risk for osteoporosis
Increased weight gain
High blood pressure
Metabolic syndrome and diabetes
Reasons for Low Vitamin D Levels
Researchers have found that many people have startlingly low vitamin D levels, not only in this country, but around the world. There are a number of reasons for this.
Not enough vitamin D in your diet. The number of people who aren’t getting enough vitamin D from the foods they eat is increasing. Natural sources of vitamin D include foods like egg yolks, fish, fish oil, and beef liver. Vitamin D can also be found in fortified foods like milk and yogurt. However, most foods contain only small amounts of vitamin D, so it is nearly impossible to get enough from food sources alone: https://www.drlam.com/articles/adrenal_fatigue.asp.
You don’t get enough sun. Your body makes vitamin D when your skin is exposed to sunlight. If you wear sunscreen, you’re hampering the body’s ability to do this. If you wear long sleeves or clothing that covers your body too much, your skin can’t make enough vitamin D. If you live in the far northern or southern hemisphere, especially during the winter, there may not be enough UV light even with full sun exposure for your body to make vitamin D.
You have darker skin. Darker skin coloring reduces the amount of vitamin D the skin makes with exposure to the sun. This may also be an issue for older people with more melanin in their skin.
Your kidneys aren’t doing their conversion job. Especially as you age, your kidneys can become less efficient in converting vitamin D to its active form. This can lead to low levels of vitamin D.
Your body doesn’t absorb vitamin D well. Various intestinal conditions can cause vitamin D to be poorly absorbed. Crohn’s disease, cystic fibrosis, and celiac disease are some of the more prevalent conditions that keep you from absorbing vitamin D.
Obesity. Fat cells remove vitamin D from the blood, making it less available for the body. If the body mass index is over 30, this may lead to low levels of vitamin D.
Vitamin D and Autism
Recent research has shown a connection between low vitamin D levels and autism. One possible mechanism is a link between glutathione levels, mercury and other heavy metals, oxidative stress, and autism. This works because low levels of vitamin D also means low levels of glutathione.
Research has shown a primary reason heavy metals lead to toxicity in the brain is lower levels of glutathione. This chemical is a binding agent that adheres to heavy metals and helps remove them from the body. People with autism have particular difficulty excreting heavy metals. Thus, with lower levels of vitamin D leading to lower levels of glutathione, people with autism are at greater risk of having high levels of heavy metals in their bodies.
While children without autism are able to excrete mercury from their bodies, those with autism may not be able to do so. Mercury in vaccines used in children may have caused injury to those children with autism through this mechanism.
Military trousers are available in a wide range of stores – both on the high street, in the mall and online. Which kind of store you visit either on line or in person will depend on whether you want army trousers in style only or you want the rugged hardwearing genuine article. Fashion combat baby boy trousers are available at a very wide range of stores and come in a variety of materials and cuts. For a more relaxed look many people who purchase combats as a fashion item choose all cotton baby boy trousers.
Those people who want genuine army trousers will likely visit and army surplus store and look for brand names such as Webtex, Viper, Jack Pyke or Whipperleys. These baby trousers can also be all cotton or a polycotton mix for applications that require harder wearing baby boy trousers. Workwear combats are available from many online workwear stockists and one of the most popular brands is Dickies who are known to make very comfortable workwear trousers.
There are certain characteristics that consumers look for when choosing army baby boy trousers – whether they ultimately want to use them for workwear or for outdoor sports. The material of the trousers must be sufficiently tough and robust to withstand the type of activity the trousers are being purchased for. Apart from the material itself, the seams must be well sewn and the buttons and zips must be well made and securely fastened to the material. Furthermore the design of the trousers is important to keep in mind.
Apart from the base colour of the baby boys trousers the consumer must decide whether or not to choose a camouflaged pair of trousers or go for a plain design. Also thinking ahead and considering how many pockets are likely to be useful will help ensure that the choice of trousers is one that the consumer will be happy with for a long time to come. These characteristics are important to keep in mind when choosing a pair of army baby boy trousers, wherever the consumer chooses to make their purchase.
How important is eating healthy? Well for most people, it the most important decision and is crucial to living a balanced, long and good life. A nutritious diet is a huge part of living a healthy lifestyle, and the basis for a well functioning body. Just as a car won’t run without water, gas or oil, your body needs quite a few things to operate as well, and the food you eat is one of the big ones! To truly eat healthily, and keep the body in its optimal condition, one must go beyond just eating an apple a day, and refraining from boxes of cookies and bags of chips. Every element that you put into your body could help or harm you, now, and even in the long run. Be conscious of what you consume, and learn to eat beyond your food meaning, make your meals beneficial. Although reaching for a peanut butter and jelly sandwich is fast and easy, this simple turmeric recipe is just as convenient, and has more health benefits than you can even imagine!
Why enjoy a Chickpea Turmeric Cauliflower Rice Bowl?
The ingredient list alone could be the main reason to enjoy this simple turmeric recipe. It is packed with lots of good quality food that offer health benefits in each bite. Filled with turmeric, cauliflower, chickpeas and black pepper, your taste buds and body will surely thank you. But that is not the only reason to enjoy it. For sufferers of chronic illnesses such as Adrenal Fatigue, proper nutrition a necessity for preventing further damage to the adrenal glands and other body systems. Eating a healthy diet ensures you have everything you need to function and nourishes every living cell in your body. However, knowing exactly what to eat can be difficult, but it is necessary. Good nutrition, along with rest and exercise, is one of the important key factors in the prevention of illness, recovery from illness, longevity and optimal living.
Let’s explore the ingredient list a bit deeper:
Benefits of Turmeric. For thousands of years, turmeric or what is also called Curcuma longa has been used in India and it has now become one of the most well-known, most commonly used Ayurvedic spices in the world. The health benefits of turmeric are being studied and used at a phenomenal pace for a number of different conditions, the greatest of being in the prevention and treatment of a wide variety of cancers.
Studies have shown that curcumin is responsible for the death of cancer cells in medulloblastoma, pediatric brain tumors, and glioblastomas, an aggressive type of brain tumor that is found to be resilient to treatment through chemo and radiation. In addition, turmeric has been found to prevent metastasis, the spread of the disease from its original site to other parts of the body, enhance the effects of chemo by making cancer cells more susceptible to the treatment, and protecting the healthy cells from the damage that can be done during therapy.
Testing has been done on Curcumin with positive results on its correlation to slowing the progression of multiple sclerosis.
Curcumin is also a powerful tool used in weight loss and in fighting obesity. It helps in the reduction of leptin resistance, lowers insulin resistance, activates fat burning systems, and reverses hyperglycemia.
The main ingredient of this simple turmeric recipe can also be used as a form of natural pain reliefand has been compared to working just as well as ibuprofen. Several studies have also indicated that curcumin also has strong anti-inflammatory agents, and has even been found to be better at reducing swelling in patients with conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis over the NSAID known as Diclofenac. This provides a tremendous natural relief option for many chronic conditions such as Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome, a stress-induced illness that wreaks havoc, pain, and inflammation in the body and all its systems.
Turmeric usually does not cause significant side effects; however, some people can experience stomach upset, nausea, dizziness, or diarrhea when taking it in large quantities. Although it is very often used by pregnant women when consumed with food, taking additional capsules by mouth could not be safe. Due to its strength, using turmeric in concentration should be used with caution and could result in aggravating gallbladder problems, coagulation issues, increasing blood sugar in people with diabetes, increasing hormone sensitivity, lower testosterone levels, and preventing the absorption of iron. It is always a good idea to consult with a doctor for any dietary changes prior to beginning any new health regimens during that time official statement.
Cauliflower Rice. Whether it might be that you are trying to sneak some veggies into you or your kid’s diets, decided to eliminate grains and extra calories, or that you just want a bit of variety in your meal planning, cauliflower rice is a great simple turmeric recipe. It is delicious, easy to make, and diabetic-friendly. Cauliflower has an abundance of nutrients and is a unique plant compound that can aid in reducing the risk of several diseases. In fact, it contains a bit of many of the essential nutrients your body needs to function.
This vegetable contains a high percentage of the daily fiber your body needs, therefore aiding in digestive health, feeding the healthy bacteria in your gut, and beneficial for overall health.
Cauliflower also has a nutrient that most people have tested deficient in, choline. This component is vital to the proper functioning of our body and preventing disease. It so often goes overlooked, yet it is an extremely important essential nutrient.
Last, but super important is the fact that Cauliflower can provide plenty of antioxidants, a crucial element to fighting diseases, and keep the body strong and healthy.
Chickpeas and Hummus, Please! Chickpeas and Hummus One of our favorite food blessings from this simple turmeric recipe come from the Mediterranean and middle eastern parts of the world. Also known as garbanzo beans, these little guys are packed with nutrients. Like other legumes, such as beans, peas, and lentils, chickpeas are high in fiber and protein and contain several key vitamins and minerals such as iron, phosphate, calcium, magnesium, manganese, zinc and vitamin k. All of which contribute to building and maintaining and building strong bones. Not only that, it’s heart-healthy, too! The high fiber, potassium, vitamin C, and vitamin B-6 content all support your cardiovascular system.
Black Pepper, Well Worth the Sneeze! Black Pepper. As if you needed any more reasons to consume this simple turmeric recipe, even the spice you are using to accent it comes with health benefits! One thing to take note here is that research has found evidence that consuming black pepper with curcumin increases its bioavailability. A match made in heaven. Black pepper, along with turmeric, is one of the world’s most widely used and traded spices.
Some accessions such as evening party or prom always attract girls because they are so alluring moments to cut a brilliant figure. It seems the duty to show off her best for every girl everywhere and anytime. And then, evening party or prom night just enables a great chance to make a hit.
However, when it comes to selecting an Evening Gowns fashion to be the highlight, every girl will feel a little daunting. One thing that will be helpful is to get a good understanding of the fabrics that most used for these formal dresses. Believed it or not, even fashion gurus are always learned about fabrics and t-shirts celebrities wear does make sense that once the popularly used fabrics are understood, you will be probably an expert on selecting the flattering dress styles to feast eyes.
The first one that everyone should know about is the silk. special wedding gowns are considered the most expensive material as well as the most luxurious one. There is just no equal to the look and the feel of the genuine silk and it has the more natural and elegant sheen and beautiful drape than any other fabric you can ever find. Of course, the very decent price tag comes along with the greatness. The price tag over $500 each is commonly seen for a formal silk dress. Moreover, it is very common to find a completed silk dress run double or triple on that price and even much more.
To compromise on the hefty price tag, satin is one of the most popular fabrics for Formal Evening Gowns like evening dress or prom dress. Perhaps, one would feel confused about silk and satin but they are different. Satin is a fabric woven to be sheen on a side, although great wedding dresses are made from silk it can also be the blend of silk and polyester or acetate, which just results in more affordable price tags for a stylish dress. Stiffer, this fabric works well for holding the shape of an A-line or fuller skirt.
Another nice fabric for formal dresses, prom dress, in particular, is chiffon. cheap wedding wear really creates a romantic flavor to the look. Gathered chiffon prom dresses or ruffled chiffon knee length prom dresses are very favored as the fluid draping and the float look will make a very impressive look on the dance floor. Like satin, chiffon fabric is made from silk or a synthetic fabric such as polyester. Due to its sheer and flowing look, bargain wedding dresses styles are great for summertime.
Very similar to chiffon, organza is also one of the widely used fabrics for Evening Gowns. But it has a crisp hand, rather than a fluid drape. the best wedding dresses are made from silk as well. Organza dresses are traditional choices. A halter organza knee length dress with a colored sash will feast all eyes on the spot.
The importance of improving or maintaining psychological well being has never been so high with all the stresses of a fast-paced modern life. Your psychological state affects everything, not just your mood. It affects your physiology directly, and it can affect your relationships, hobbies, exercise capacity, mental clarity, career, weight, sleep, and your ability to enjoy your life.
As you know, stress is the key factor in conditions like Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome (AFS) and the dysregulation of the different circuits of the NeuroEndoMetabolic (NEM) Stress Response. But it also causes or worsens pretty much any other condition in direct or indirect ways.
For example, did you know that stress hormones are hyperglycemic? They can actually raise your blood sugar levels, which is not healthy for a healthy person and very risky for diabetics.
Plus, let’s face it, feeling down or unmotivated is never fun. You are meant to enjoy your life, even with its many challenges. In this article, we’ll give you some surprising and easy-to-implement tips on improving and maintaining your psychological well being.
It’s always a good idea to start with diet. You eat around three times a day, every day. What you eat becomes your cells, your hormones, your neurotransmitters, your whole body, including your brain! So, if you change something that is so central, then it goes without saying that it will have a significant effect on your psychological well being.
Ancient systems of medicine, such as Traditional Chinese Medicine and Ayurveda, have been underlining the importance of the mind-body connection for centuries, and science has now backed that wisdom up with research. The gut-brain axis (GBA) has been studied and shown to have a significant role in how you feel.
There’s a reason the gut is sometimes referred to as “the second brain”, it’s because it has its own nervous system. It’s called the enteric nervous system, and it has a very complex two-way communication with the central nervous system (CNS), the autonomic nervous system (ANS), and the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) axis.
This is a direct link between the gastrointestinal (GI) tract functions and the cognitive and emotional centers of the brain. And one of the major factors that influence this link and the interaction between the gut and the brain is the gut’s microbiome, the collection of microorganisms that live and work in the gut.
The communication between the gut’s microbiome and the brain goes both ways, using different neuro-immuno-humoral mediators such as the immune system, the endocrine system, and humoral fluids.
A properly functioning GBA helps with the homeostasis of the GI tract and it can also maintain smooth cognitive functions, psychological well being, and strong motivation.
Studies have been showing the dramatic effect of the microbiome on the nervous system, with dysbiosis being associated with conditions like anxiety, depression and even autism. With autism, for example, it has been observed that depending on how severe the condition is, specific differences in the gut flora can be seen. Source From
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What the Experts Say
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Natural progesterone, according to these authors, reduces the symptoms and discomfort of Menopause, PMS, and Perimenopause (sometimes called Pre-menopause) without the side effects often associated with synthetic hormone replacement therapy.
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Prevention of Postpartum depression
Menopause is a basically defined as the end of a menstrual round. The unpleasant symptoms of menopause that some women suffering such as:
Accelerated bone loss.
Menopause is often associated with the end of a woman’s sexuality and the beginning of old age, arthritis, and osteoporosis.
What does progesterone have to do with menopause?
Progesterone stage typically decline before menopause starts and this is followed by a decline in estrogen. This situation leads to an imbalance of estrogen and progesterone causing a high in estrogen activity, which is now described as estrogen dominance.
What is Estrogen Dominance?
Allergies, Fatigue, Fat gain, Memory loss, Uterine cancer, Hypoglycemia, Uterine fibroids, Breast tenderness, Decreased sex drive, Osteoporosis, PMS, Gallbladder disease, Miscarriage, Acceleration of aging, Depression, Fibrocystic breasts, Headaches, Irritability, Infertility, Foggy thinking, Increasing risk of strokes
“The signs and symptoms of osteoporosis are cleared in every patient using progesterone cream and incidence of fractures dropped to zero.”
Progesterone is essential for survival and its deficiency can cause a wide range of problems. Natural Progesterone cream applied topically is stored in the fatty tissues ready for use as needed by the body to reverse the toxic effects of estrogen dominance.
Spain, one of the world’s most-visited countries, offers a wide range of attractions. It is home to a scenic coastline, idyllic beaches, quaint countryside, picturesque mountains and gorgeous cities. Holidays to Spain usually start from one of its cities or towns where tourists arrive by air, train, road or sea.
Spanish cities and towns boast of outstanding modern infrastructure. Dotted with accommodations catering to different budgets and requirements and a good public transportation system, Spain is the appropriate destination for a pleasurable vacation.
The most-visited Spanish city, Barcelona boasts of stunning architecture. Its lovely coast with facilities for beach activities and water sports attracts a large number of tourists. Barcelona is the center of Catalan art, architecture, culture, and gastronomy.
Madrid is home to gorgeous historic and avant-garde constructions, museums, and gardens. The Royal Palace, the official residence of the Spanish royal family, is the top attraction of the capital city of Spain. It is also the venue of the most important bullfighting festival of Spain.
Valencia is a lively Spanish city on the Mediterranean coast. It captivates visitors with its stunning monuments, historical and religious sites, scenic coastline, culture, and gastronomy.
Blending its Moorish heritage with modernism, Seville is the best place for enjoying the charm of Andalusia. Attractions are scattered in and around the capital city of Andalusia. Apart from its cathedral and Islamic constructions, Seville is known for its vibrant cultural scene and local delicacies.
Granada casts a spell on its visitors with its medieval city ambiance. The historic city boasts of its Moorish past preserved in its monuments and medieval buildings that had survived the strong Christian influence following the Reconquista.
One of the oldest cities of Spain, Cordoba boasts of a cultural heritage influenced by the Roman, Visigoths, Moors, Jews, and Catholics of the Spanish mainland. It is home to the finest medieval Hispanic-Islamic architecture of Spain.
Palma in Majorca is a stunning coastal city of Spain. The scenic coastal landscape with idyllic beaches framed by palm trees and pine groves, the historic quarter, the bustling fish market and the lively square are the major attractions of Palma.
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Salamanca is the oldest university town of Spain. It is the perfect place for experiencing the grandeur of medieval Spain.
Midway between Barcelona and Madrid, Zaragoza is a 2000 years old city of Spain. The city is dotted with ancient and medieval monuments, reminiscent of the city’s history influenced by Romans, Moors, Catholics, and Jews. It is also renowned for bullfights, festivals, nightlife, and cuisine.
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