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Common Secrets to Ensuring a Good Health

Health can be defined as physical, mental, and social wellbeing, and as a resource for living a full life. It refers not only to the absence of disease, but the ability to recover and bounce back from illness and other problems. Some factors for good health include genetics, the environment, relationships, and education. Also, a healthful diet, exercise, screening for diseases, and coping strategies can all enhance a person’s health. Common secrets to help ensure a good health includes: Brushing your teeth twice daily keeps it from mouth odour, mouth infections and also keeps it healthy. Drinking purified/treated water (2 glasses at least) first thing every morning when you wake… Read More



… that Water acts as a remedy for deadly diseases. Water works in the body as a resistance to diseases, body awareness and increases energy. Human beings are warm-blooded and react very sensitively to changes in temperature. These reactions activate all the important body systems, stabilize the body and increase the use of oxygen in the cells. Warm water dilates blood vessels, improving blood circulation which improves the flow of oxygen to the brain and quicken the elimination of toxins. Hydrotherapy will achieve not only a well balanced body but also a healthy alert mind. Water has been proven to be one of the most important substances on earth because… Read More


Consequences of Impatience

“TIME SURE CHANGES THINGS”, an airliner passenger told his companion. “When I was a boy, I used to sit in a flat-bottom row-boat and fish in the lake down there below us. Every time a plane flew over, I’d look up and wish I were in it. Now I look down and wish I were fishing”. Being at the right place at the right times makes all the difference. How important is timing? Theodore Roosevelt said, “Nine-tenths of wisdom is being wise in time”. The fact that you’re reading this article shows that you want to grow – to get somewhere. Like most of us, you want to get there… Read More

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