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Low-impact exercises can enhance your physical fitness without doing harm to weight-bearing joints.
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Research indicates that moderate-intensity, low-impact activity, for example yoga and walking, is equally as effective as high-impact activity in reducing the chance of cardiovascular disease.
Step by step instruction on how to get in the best shape of your life in 7 minutes a day only three times per week
There are a number of commonly held beliefs about migraines that make it hard for sufferers to get proper diagnosis and treatment.
1) Migraines are not real (all in the head, an overreaction to a normal headache, etc.).
Not true. Migraines are a biologic primary headache disorder. Even migraine pain is not confined to the head, though that is generally where it is worst.
2) Migraines have a known cause.
Sadly, no. There have been several interesting theories put forward in the last decade, but no single, definitive biological cause of migraines has been identified thus far.
3) All migraineurs have the same symptoms.
No, they don’t. This is one of the things that makes migraines so hard to diagnose, particularly if a patient’s doctor is only familiar with the most common symptoms.
4) A doctor can tell if it’s a migraine or not.
Not always. The wide spectrum of symptoms that can accompany migraine can make it difficult to diagnose, more so if the patient is not forthcoming with their doctor about all their symptoms.
5) Migraines are curable.
Again, no. Once properly diagosed many migraineurs still have to devote a lot of time and energy to managing their condition through medications, natural and homeopathic remedies, and diet and lifestyle changes. The various available coping methods work differently for each individual, so there is not even a single protocol of care.
6) Migraines are a woman’s headache.
Women migraineurs do outnumber the men 3 to 1, but there is no evidence the condition is sex-linked in any way.
7) Only adults get migraines.
Migraines have been diagnosed in adolescents, children, and even infants.
8) Every headache a migraineur is a migraine
Not true. Migraine sufferers can have regular sinus, tension, or stress headaches just like anyone else.
Are you ready? Twelve fresh, clean calendar pages are waiting. What will you write on the 2009 pages of your life?
There is a quote from Goethe that has special meaning to me: “Whatever you can do, or dream you can, begin it.
Boldness has genius, power, and magic in it.”
To me, the key to growth is entirely in our hands and his is the magic formula: BEGIN IT!
First we have to imagine what is possible. Dream big!
Envision the goals you would like to achieve in 2009 by focusing on the things that matter most. Find a few quiet moments to write down what you want to accomplish in the upcoming year. Prioritize your list. Then expand on the words in a paragraph describing what you want and how you will make it happen. Just by writing it down, you will have planted a powerful seed that will create change in your life.
I can look back on the achievements of my life and see how they all unfolded. I could imagine or envision a goal. Then I set about bringing that vision to reality. I won’t kid you; it’s easy to back off to your comfort zone. Your mind won’t like the difference
between where you are and where you want to go. It will create an uneasy feeling, urging you to stay in the comfort zone. It takes great effort to break free of this comfort and complacency.
We may not realize it but these comfort zones create mental boundaries of false security. We think we are safe in the environment we’ve settled into. It takes Goethe’s boldness to break free of those boundaries. Highly successful people overcome inertia
and experiment with new behaviors and responses.
I really believe in passion. Be passionate about your goals! If the need is great enough, you will control hings you never thought you could. Those nagging little fears that hold you back? Override them! The rembling voice that says you can’t? Roar back! Yes, I can!
Just think how wonderful you will feel when you have achieved your goals! Craig Case has urged us all to eep journals so we can analyze our experiences and see that difficult times present tremendous growth opportunities. At our Imagine Convention he said, “When my life is full of harmony, serenity and balance, have a credible claim to inner peace.” That’s the reward for daring to dream!
May this upcoming year find us rising above challenges and finding true success. At Max International we have created a terrific team! I wish you all the best!
The 16th Annual World Congress on Anti-Aging Medicine was co-sponsored by the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine (A4M), the academic leader in a worldwide movement in life enhancement and life extension encompassing over 100,000 physicians from 90 countries.
At the summer session of this World Congress on Anti-Aging Medicine, Ronald Klatz, MD, DO, and president of A4M, said, “The A4M is the originator and founding medical society of the clinical specialty of anti-aging medicine, and our Annual Congress Sessions are regarded as the gold standard for physician education in advanced preventative medicine.”
Naturally, Dr. Robert H. Keller, creator of MaxGXL®, was a presenter at the July 17-19, 2008 Summer Session. His presentation was so well received, he received the unusual honor of being asked to present it again for the Winter Session this past December.
Thousands of medical professionals gathered in Las Vegas for the December 11-14, 2008 16th Annual World Congress on Anti-Aging Medicine and Regenerative Biomedical Technologies, hosted by the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine (A4M) in Las Vegas, Nevada.
With over 6,000 participants and 600 exhibitors, Dr. Keller’s presentation to a roomful of physicians and medical professionals was again a standout. His paper, titled “A Patented Oral Glutathione Accelerator Improves Hormone Values and Inflammation in Aging and AIDS Patients,” discussed his clinical study of 21 patients.
Dr. Keller asked the health and medical professionals to consider the impact of glutathione on quality of life, in reducing cellular inflammation and enhancing energy. Dr. Keller challenged his listeners to name one medical condition where a lack of glutathione was not at least partly responsible for the condition. He also discussed the importance of optimal nutrition and the benefits of Max N-Fuze™ in supplying the body with co-factor vitamins and minerals while its unique formula supports the additional vital antioxidants superoxide dismutase, catalase and CoQ10.
The question and answer session overran the 30-minute time allotment due to such intriguing discussions as the possible role of glutathione in autism and the advantages of an oral glutathione precursor formula versus glutathione by injection. Finally, officials closed the meeting which then was moved to the exhibitor area.
Dr. Keller introduced his scientific monograph on glutathione and signed copies of his monograph following the presentation.
Max Associates can be rightly proud of Dr. Keller’s contribution to the world of anti-aging medicine with his patented, natural glutathione accelerator.