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You have to push through. How often in life have you been overwhelmed? Maybe you have two kids in the backseat, one is crying and sick, the other seems fine but she's been quieter than usual. Meanwhile, you teach class in 30 minutes and you're supposed to drop off the kids and you are praying the babysitter isn't late today because you have to pick up the recital dress at the dry cleaner's that was ruined when your child threw up because of eating too much candy. When will you have time to prepare for the class you're supposed to teach today? The only common side effect of acarbose is gassiness. Acarbose causes refined carbs to behave the way unrefined carbs in your intestinal tract do--like fresh fruits and vegetables. Acarbose inhibits starch digestion, so when undigested starch reaches the colon, where bacteria break it down, gas is released, similar to what happens when people abruptly increase their intake of fresh fruits and vegetables. Your intestinal tract soon adapts to more slowly absorbed carbohydrates. The gassiness from acarbose, as well as from eating fruit and vegetables, subsides in a week or so. You're less likely to experience gassiness if you're used to eating lots of fresh fruit and vegetables. You can avoid the medication's side effects if you start with a small dose and increase it over the course of a few weeks. If you have diabetes, metformin (pharmaceutical name: Glucophage) is the medication that most diabetes specialists suggest you take first. As you recall from article 4, your liver is the first organ to receive blood coming from your small intestine. It's supposed to take up glucose after you eat and put it back into your bloodstream between meals. What does their body language tell you about their current feelings? Is it open or closed? Is their body language something that you can trust your reading of, or is it something that is going to need to be reevaluated? When you have a good reading of their body language, you can then move over to understanding their emotional state as well. W hen you understand their emotions that they are feeling, you can start to piece together everything that is going on around them.

You can observe what is going on and what seems to have triggered those feelings. You can figure out what it will take to really understand what is going on in their minds from the other end as well; You will be able to understand the ways in which you are able to better recognize their feelings that they have and in recognizing their feelings, you can begin to recognize the thoughts that underlie those as well. R emember that our thoughts are our sort of mental framework and when you can start to understand those in other people, bit by bit, you can usually better understand what is going on. You can begin to recognize it all; Anything can go wrong. Yet you continue. The first A of Athletics teaches us to continue despite our frustrations. You may have crashed during the bike race and despite the setback you get back up to finish the race. Despite the setbacks, you finish the chores, the things you set out to do. Athletics can teach us the two secrets of success for life and it is the cornerstone to Developing Your Human Algorithm. Take the first step, Keep walking. What if something does go wrong? How to comeback from an injury If you're insulin resistant, your liver secretes glucose into your bloodstream even as your intestine is absorbing it from food. This worsens after-meal blood sugar spikes and drives up insulin demands. Metformin helps the liver absorb glucose, which blunts blood sugar spikes and reduces your body's need for insulin. In addition to lowering blood sugar, metformin improves cholesterol balance, lowers blood pressure, and promotes weight loss. Weight loss from metformin usually amounts to only a pound or two if there is no attempt to change lifestyle.

A review of several studies that was published in the International Journal of Obesity in 2008 found that metformin resulted in weight loss in only about half of the studies examined. However, if you combine metformin with a low-glycemic load diet, the effects can be dramatic. In a study reported in the journal Obesity, Saint Louis University researchers put two groups of subjects with type 2 diabetes on the same weight loss diet. They treated one group with metformin and the other with a dummy pill that looked like metformin. After 6 months, those in the group that took metformin along with the diet lost an average of 17 more pounds than did the group that took the placebo. You may catch onto patterns that they themselves are woefully unprepared to face, or you may find that ultimately, you are simply following your own intuition on the matter to try to better understand what is going on or why it is happening in the way that it is. You must be willing and able to consider this and consider what it is that you will do with that knowledge. U ltimately, NLP is learning the innate undertakings of someone else's mind. It is learning to see the world through that other person's eyes with your own perspective. It is learning to understand what is going on with the other people in their side of things, learning to see what really matters the most and how that can be utilized better than ever to ensure that at the end of the day, people will be able to understand what is going on. It is crucial to being able to understand what is going on and how you can alter the thought processes of other people. When you have that, you know that you can succeed in altering their mindsets. O f course, this takes practice. It takes a lot of foresight, hindsight, and even empathy to develop this understanding of other people. It is not always easy to recognize what is going on in their minds, nor is it always something that you really want to be able to do. When you get injured or when you have to take time off after an illness, you have to strategize your comeback. You have to find out how to get back to the same fitness level without rushing. One method that works is working out by yourself. A cyclist can sign up for a time trial event. A runner can sign up for a 5k and run a slower place.

A karateka (a person who practices karate) can run through the entire routine, perhaps a little slower, and perhaps can avoid any A large portion of the population will be coming back from social isolation due to the coronavirus in 2020 or possibly 2021. If you fall into this category, try to take a little more time to ramp up your workouts. As my friend says, it's just a minor setback before a major comeback. In my own life, I have had to start again after two major surgeries and multiple hospitalizations. of the medications that doctors used in the past for treating diabetes raised insulin levels but did not alleviate insulin resistance. While lowering blood sugar by increasing insulin levels helps prevent small-blood vessel damage--the cause of eye and kidney damage--it does not prevent large-blood vessel damage, the cause of heart attacks and strokes. Metformin was the first diabetes medication proved to prevent large-blood vessel damage. One of the largest, most carefully controlled studies on diabetes, the United Kingdom Prospective Diabetes Study, showed that metformin not only helps prevent small-blood vessel damage but also reduces the incidence of heart attacks. Metformin not only treats diabetes but can actually prevent it. By reducing the body's demands for insulin, metformin reduces the burden on the beta cells and keeps them from wearing out. In a study called the Diabetes Prevention Program, reported in the New England Journal of Medicine, researchers gave metformin to more than a thousand people who were at increased risk of developing diabetes. In 3 years, metformin had reduced the diabetes rate by 31 percent. Doctors also use metformin to treat polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), another condition caused by insulin resistance. PCOS is the leading cause of infertility among women. At the end of the day, you must be able to really understand what is going on and how it is happening. You must be able to see the world through the eyes of the other person and recognize the ways in which you can interact with those around you. When you develop this, and when you develop your ability to better understand these other people, only then can you begin to truly make use of NLP to rewrite their minds. Guide the Other Person's Mind When it comes right down to it, once you have that understanding of the other person, you can then begin to guide the minds of the other person.

You can then begin to recognize that ultimately, the way that you process the understanding in the other person's mind is entirely the way in which you interact with them. You are able to recognize that, at the end of the day, you do realize that you are interacting with people in very intimate manners. You are learning to guide their mindsets and with that comes a requirement for you to also respect the understanding that their minds are their own. N evertheless, sometimes, people benefit from having their minds guided. Sometimes, they need to have that experience pushed in order to ensure that they are better able to control the way that they think. I always get frustrated and a bit angry, but some way I step through the anger. That's what I call it, stepping through. What I mean is that my anger has a life of its own. It's going to last for a set period of time. I don't always know how long but I know I can't wait for my anger to dissipate to accomplish my daily goals. Anger, for me, feels like a mist, I step through it taking some of the anger with me but the farther I go the less I feel it and the more I can shake it off. Athletics extends and improves life By now you know, exercise extends and improves life. But engaging in exercise requires consistency. You can't take too many days off and you can't over train. It leads to obesity, irregular menstruation, abnormal hair growth, and an increased risk of diabetes. Metformin not only lowers the risk of diabetes in women with PCOS but also restores normal periods and fertility. The only common side effect of metformin is diarrhea, which occurs when metformin doesn't get completely absorbed in the intestine. Some metformin reaches the colon, where it irritates the lining. Diarrhea subsides promptly when you stop taking the medication.