7 deadly habits that could be wrecking your midsection and the propensity of unhappiness you have about yourself.
- no sleep
- not enough H2O
- excess cardio
The first step to looking good and being healthy is body awareness, without knowing your body and being mindful of what you’re doing you don’t stand a chance in this life.
Get up, get fit, GET TONED!!
For some women turning 45 means the beginning to the end! The end of fertilization is what I mean.
One of the most common symptoms I hear about in my fitness studio are the “Hot Flashes”
The drop in estrogen confuses the hypothalamus—which is sometimes referred to as the body’s “thermostat” and makes it read “too hot.” Your body then kicks in its sweat glands and starts dissipating heat through the skin.
Hot flash triggers:
I caught the tell end of Dr Oz and he suggested these remedies
1. Keishi Bukuryo Gan: Japanese Tea
Keishi Bukuryo Gan is a cinnamon mushroom root that has been used in Japan for many medicinal purposes and has recently been proven to treat/prevent hot flash extremes.
2. Selective Estrogen Receptor Modulator (SERM)
Dr Oz said that Selective Estrogen Receptor Modulators (SERMS) are an over the counter medicine that is based on a natural soy derivative. However, Dr Oz did say to double check with your doctor before taking this to be sure there won’t be any dangerous drug interactions.
3. Chilled Pillow
Dr Oz showed a Chilled Pillow ($25) that you fill up with cold water and can put in the fridge to get it even cooler. It is soft and can be used just like a pillow… it is the pillow equivalent to that of a water-bed! You can also wear lose fitting clothing to bed if you suffer from hot flashes.
Once your estrogen stops surging, the hot flashes will go away, but it can take up to 10 years to make your way through Perimenopause.
Here is a funny commercial I found researching menopause.
General Electric is leading the way for consumer energy management systems. In 2011, they will be launching Nucleus, GE Brillion’s first home energy monitor. Nucleus is a small device that plus into any electrical outline in a home. The device then communicates wirelessly with smart appliances in the home and energy companies and then transmits data back to the homeowner’s computer or iPhone.
- GE Teams with Major Utilities, Builders and Communities to Increase American Home Efficiency by 70%, Save Homeowners $100s/yr. on Energy Bills (eon.businesswire.com)
- GE makes collaboration to reduce US homes energy usage (newstatesman.com)
- GE to test energy efficiency of smart homes (news.cnet.com)