Yoga Clothes – Stylish, Functional & Comfortable

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Good clothing is essential when doing yoga or pilates. Yoga is all about stretching, flexibility and holding poses in all sorts of positions (lying, standing, kneeling, etc.). In order to allow your body to move as required, you need clothing that has exactly these features: stretchable, moisture-wicking, soft on your skin and breathable. That’s why many yogis prefer special yoga clothing rather than regular workout or running apparel which you can buy in most large retail shops.

Yoga has become one of the most popular workout and relaxation practices among celebrities as well as “regular” people across the United States, Europe and Australia over the past decades. True yogis see yoga as a lifestyle and mindset rather than just an exercise. Therefore yoga clothes need to reflect this by trendy yet comfortable designs, functional materials, great colors that often represent chakras and prints that give strength or calmness.

The most popular yoga clothes come from the United States. They reflect the yoga lifestyle like no other brands. Some of the most popular brands are Hard Tail, Be Present, Beyond Yoga, Bhakti Ware, Blue Fish and Yoga Hyde. They offer fashionable yoga clothes in high quality fabrics that last a long time even when washing them regularly.

EMP Industries is an Australian based and owned company that is now run in third generation. They have made themselves a name by offering the top American yoga clothing labels in Australia. EMP Industries is also famous for offering Yoga Mats, Pilates Mats, Yoga Blocks, Yoga Blankets, Stretching Straps, Yoga Sandals, Stretch Bands, Exercise Balls, Yoga DVDs, Dance DVDs,Pilates Rings, and many many more. EMP sells its products to the end customer but also offers wholesale prices for bulk buyers (usually prices start dropping when you order more than 10 items of one product). That is the reason EMP Industries counts most large yoga and pilates studios in Australia as their customers!

Reiki Therapy Can Help Increase Fertility, Promote Good Prenatal Health & Ease Labor Pains

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Reiki is a very ancient form of healing which originated in Tibet and was re-discovered and further developed by a Japanese monk named Dr. Mikao Usui. It is a natural hands-on method of energy balancing for the purpose of stress reduction and relaxation.

Reiki therapy can be used for many conditions and situations. It is especially useful in helping infertility because it is safe and gentle. It helps you reach a deep state of relaxation where you become receptive to receiving healing, thus allowing physiological and emotional changes to take place within your body.

There is a variety of health benefits associated with
Reiki treatments. Some of these benefits include:

reduced levels of stress
increased
energy levels
improved immune system health
reduced muscle pain
reduced levels of anxiety and depression
improved methods of detoxification
Because
Reiki healing works to improve your overall physical and mental health, it can in turn improve your chances of
getting pregnant by promoting overall reproductive health by minimizing conditions and illnesses that can contribute to infertility. Reiki therapy
can help to maintain good reproductive health that is beneficial for both men and women. Also, because stress is often linked to fertility problems, Reiki therapy can be beneficial in cases in which stress is contributing to problems
getting pregnant.

In addition to promoting good preconception health,
Reiki treatments can also help promote good prenatal health. A recent study found that
Reiki healing sessions reduced stress during pregnancy by 94% while nausea and morning sickness were reduced by 80% after
Reiki treatment sessions. In addition, the study found that quality of sleep is improved by 86% when
Reiki treatment is conducted during pregnancy.

Reiki healing can also help to minimize labor pains as well as to provide relief to muscles and reduce other discomforts linked to the birthing process.

To learn more about the benefits of Reiki please visit

To book a Reiki session with Dr. Jessica Caruso please call 603-434-3456 or email .

Discount packages for Reiki treatments are available upon request.

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Shockwave Therapy (and Other Medical Ultrasound Applications) The Invisible Miracle Cure!

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Ultrasound and Medicine

Medical ultrasonography is an extremely versatile variety of imaging technology. It has become a medical institution. Using obstetric sonography to see developing fetuses has become a rite of passage for many families. Medical ultrasonography is primarily used in diagnosing diseases, since it helps researchers get a closer look at the inner organs and muscles of patients. There may be other medical applications for ultrasound, which researchers are currently investigating. Ultrasound may be able to directly address medical problems, as opposed to simply providing new evidence for diagnoses.

Radial Shockwave Therapy

Radial shockwave therapy involves applying ultrasound acoustic pressure waves directly to tissues, which may help trigger the bodys biological healing mechanism and improve the rate and extent of tissue repair. There are certain conditions that would be more appropriate for radial shockwave therapy than others. Radial shockwave therapy is increasingly being used to treat conditions characterized by inflammation and pain, such as osteoarthritis, tennis elbow, bursitis, stress fractures, tendonitis, plantar fasciitis, calcific rotator cuff, and anterior tibial syndrome. As such, it has numerous applications for sports medicine, where such conditions are relatively common. Elderly people or those with chronic conditions could also benefit from radial shockwave therapy. Pain patients may find pain relief in an unexpected place.

The treatments themselves will involve fairly brief sessions involving high pressure. For some people, these sessions may be uncomfortable, albeit not usually painful. People should usually take it easy for up to two days after their treatments, and they may be slightly discomforted afterwards. The treatment will have benefits that last, although they may not be immediately visible until months later. Having the right expectations for radial shockwave therapy will make the experience better for the patients and practitioners.

Complications

In certain cases, patients may have conditions that make radial shockwave therapy inadvisable in combination with them. It is certainly not appropriate for people in sensitive populations, such as pregnant women and people under the age of eighteen. Anyone who is suffering from cancer or related conditions, certain coagulation problems or heart diseases, certain complications from diabetes, or taking certain medications should not engage in radial shockwave therapy. In some cases, the problem area may be too inflamed, or in an inconvenient location with sensitive nerves and blood vessels. Technicians should be made aware of their patients medical history, and will most likely go through the list of appropriate medical conditions at the right time.

Within two weeks, the side effects should be gone, particularly if patients take it easy for two days following their sessions. The long-term benefits of radial shockwave therapy, combined with its minimal side effects, make it a viable option for many people.

Vitamins and minerals – an essential part of a balanced diet

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A health and balanced diet should always provide the necessary vitamins and minerals that someone requires. Despite this it seems that many people still take vitamin and mineral supplements to compensate for their diet, for anyone that does so it is important to note that taking these supplements on a long-term basis can have some damaging effects. There are of course some instances where individuals might need to take these supplements, for example pregnant women or those trying to conceive might be advised to take folic acid supplements, which help to reduce the risk of spina bifida. For people that do not get as much sun as they should due to environmental factors might benefit from vitamin D supplements, and children from six months to four years old can find that vitamins A, C, and D are beneficial during growth.

There are two main types of vitamins, water-soluble and fat-soluble vitamins. As you would expect fat-soluble vitamins are typically found in fatty foods that contain animal fats such as butter and lard, dairy foods, vegetable oils, liver and oily fish. Fat-soluble vitamins are used in the body every day, however this does not mean that they need to be included in a daily diet. Your body will not require thee vitamins immediately, instead they are stored in the liver and fatty tissues for future use. Fat-soluble vitamins can be stored up and left until they are required but having too much of them can also be harmful. Fat-soluble vitamins include vitamins A, D, E and K.

Unlike fat-soluble vitamins water soluble vitamins are not stored in the body and therefore have to be replenished more frequently. An excess of water-soluble vitamins in the body is easily resolved as they are passed when urinating. Because their vitamins can be stored they are typically not harmful, although large amounts can still come with implications. These vitamins are found in foods such as fruit, vegetables and grains. They can be destroyed through exposure to air or heat, and can even be lost in water when cooking. The most effective technique for maintaining these vitamins when cooking is to simply steam or grill the foods rather than boiling them. Water-soluble vitamins include vitamins B, C and folic acid.

Minerals are also essential in a balanced diet, they allow us to build strong bones and teeth, control body fluids inside and outside cells, and turn food into energy. Minerals can be fluid in foods such as meat, bread, cereals, fruit, (especially if it’s dried), vegetables, nuts and various dairy products. Vital minerals include calcium and iron.

To find out more about vitamins and minerals contact your pharmacy direct.

Telemedicine Plays A Vital Role In Healthcare Delivery For Oil Rig Workers

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The warning today by the Health and Safety Executive that firms in the North Sea oil and gas industry must improve their safety records is timely.

Although it was not in the North Sea, the disaster on the Deepwater Horizon platform in the Gulf of Mexico in which 11 workers died was a stark reminder of the need for constant vigilance over rig safety. Hazards are ever present offshore and workers on even the safest offshore rigs are susceptible to injuries and high rates of respiratory and cardiovascular disease.

Remote specialist advice via videoconferencing improves the quality of offshore healthcare and reduces avoidable medical evacuations. A 50-mile medevac by helicopter can cost 5,000-10,000, so telemedicine with remote monitoring and diagnostic equipment is becoming the preferred option now that drilling rigs and oil platforms are equipped with Internet and satellite connections.

Modern collaboration technology brings the specialist to the patient without the need to be transported onshore. With the help of video consultation and integration with medical diagnosis equipment, medical specialists can conduct remote consultations using state-of-the-art video communications. This allows them to make an accurate diagnosis with the aid of the nurse or emergency medical technician based offshore.

On-the-spot diagnosis, not a replacement for healthcare professionals

Transmission of crystal-clear images and perfect sound gives the doctor the sense of being in the same room as the patient – but only just. Technology cannot transmit sensory perceptions and cannot therefore replace healthcare professionals who physically attends to the patient; however, what it can do is extend the physicians judgement to the remote location and bring doctors and other medical specialists ‘into the room’ when required.

Remote monitoring aid aboard offshore oil rigs

The relentless pursuit for high safety standards is paramount; the challenge to improve safety will be even greater as HSE decision makers are looking to create a healthier and more productive workforce. Timely access to quality patient healthcare is becoming more logistically challenging and expensive, but visual collaboration and the integration with remote medical diagnosis equipment makes sense…. it’s as simple as that!

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