One more day with your own ones

Heart blood stasis endangers the patient's life, because it can easily result in blood vessel blockage and cause cardiac infarction. The painful point is the precise spot where the blood stasis is located. The patient can rub with force on the Danzhong point with the thenar eminence every morning and …

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Rave on, you left us infinity

Invariably, at the moment his name was called, Dad would want to go to the toilet. That would be another half-hour gone. He would make a mess over the toilet floor and his trousers would be wet with urine. The patience of the staff was astonishing. Nurses spent hours trying …

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The world is so cold

Dad would fall out of bed and ambulance staff would spend an hour assessing him for fractures and infection and hoist him back in again. After four such falls in eight days, I had to accept that he should be admitted to hospital. We had always hoped this could be …

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Higher in my mind

A fractured neck of femur required two revisions over a decade or two. He was suspicious of the NHS, thinking they tried to do things on the cheap, so he contacted a professor of orthopaedic surgery in Germany (he was an early user of the internet) who would squeeze him …

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Higher than the world

He exercised regularly, even into his late eighties. He was on his exercise bicycle every day and swam once a week in the open-air pool at Hampton. He had given up fatty food in his forties after a chest pain scare brought on by hauling a second-hand fridge up the …

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I have to give a life a whirl

This method is one I used frequently when I later became a doctor, and it proved effective every time. I often share it with middle-aged and elderly friends who suffer from myocardial ischemia and palpitations. They generally feel more vigorous and experience a complete change if they persevere with this …

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I'll find what I find

Exercising the fingers, then, can make the heart blood vigorous and cause the mind to react more quickly. According to discoveries in modern physiological research, each part of the human body, such as the hand and feet, has a reflex zone in the brain. It is the reflex zone that …

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I'm going leave these blues behind

So while certain memories or images (eg, 9/11, that cat you fear) are etched deeply, others are discarded. Remember: the brain is sorting, and it's giving priority to the things it thinks could hurt you. Your subconscious brain is so powerful that, if you learn to harness this unique …

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I'm wrapped up in my dreams

In the latter years I became familiar with the various surgical, medical and psychiatric departments of the south-east of England. I have spent hours driving him to GP appointments, ophthalmology, old-age psychiatry, hearing-aid appointments, MRI scans, optometrists, dental and geriatric reviews. I have now seen at first hand the extensive …

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My head is in a swirl

Your five senses send information to your brain right here and right now--the bottom-up information. You see a cat, and your eyes send that data to your visual cortex. Then, your visual cortex sends it up the chain. Pieces of information about this object, its color, and its shape are …

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The fog of confusion

There are also people who suffer from insomnia and dreaminess, palpitations and restlessness, and dizziness and forgetfulness, due to low functioning heart and spleen and deficiency of energy and blood count. They also show other symptoms of poor spleen function, such as abdominal distension, poor appetite, pallor, and emancipation. Others …

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The fog of illusion

In stress-, anxiety-, and phobia-prone brains, that smoke detector doesn't go off just when there is a fire. It goes off every time you put a piece of bread in the toaster. It's way too sensitive. You once burned a piece of toast, filling your kitchen with smoke and scaring …

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Does it lift you up?

He had developed an independence and a self-reliance, no doubt rooted in the insecurity of his early life. Yet although he'd had no stable long-term home, his childhood was basically not an unhappy one. There was always someone from the family watching over him. He finally came ashore after marrying …

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I'm happy cleaning windows

That said, I have yet to hear of a physicist being sued for failing to accurately predict both the position of a particle and its momentum. There needs to be a radical change in the way doctors, patients and health service managers look at uncertainty. It is our inability to …

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In a world full of glamour

When our brains suffer from tension or high pressure over a prolonged period, our ability to conduct mental activities will wane. For example, aside from bodily discomforts, we will also be prone to irritation and mental fatigue, and we will suffer from sleep disorders, absent-mindedness, forgetfulness, headaches, and other bodily …

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It comes right back to you

Marie always made a pudding, served with custard. Harry was a cheerful man who worked in the post office in Venn Street, Clapham, and used to take the boys out to play cricket. He was the nearest thing to a father either of them ever had. By now Josie had …

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Reaches up to the moon

Press the Chengshan points in the same manner you press the Weizhong points, 100 times each. Massaging the Chengshan points can also relieve lower back and leg pain. If you suffer from lumbar muscles strain that has extended to your thighs, you can press the Huantiao point. This point is …

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Send me your picture

The answer: the subconscious supercharges good old-fashioned CBT. As you already know, SVT begins by considering the conscious in step 1 and then activates the subconscious in step 2. By combining the power of the two, SVT helps most people work wonders when it comes to conquering fears and stressing …

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What can the matter be?

Let Superman (your conscious) and Natasha (your subconscious) work together. They'll accomplish far more as a team. I wonder what hurdle in your brain they will help you overcome. Would you like to overcome that fear of cats? Would you like to look forward to getting on that plane? Superman …

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Down the mystic avenue I walk again

For the one patient diagnosed and treated, the doctor would be the hero who tirelessly pursued every avenue to help them. The patients adversely affected by over-investigation and those deprived of care and treatment through the diversion of resources would rarely register. I once mentioned to our general manager that …

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I'll sing the song of ages

This will become more noticeable tomorrow . I wonder when you will truly notice the pinnacle moment of what it truly means to be set free. Will you feel it in your thoughts, or will it be a change in the way you feel? It will be so wonderful when that …

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I'm gonna turn and face the music

Move your head forward and shrug your shoulders in unison, creating an S-shape with your body. Repeat this movement, as if moving like a snake. After you finish the exercise, you will feel comfortable all over, as if each of the joints were oiled. Practicing this movement regularly will make …

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The dawn will end the night

Repeat this 5 to 6 times. Pulling the Neck The patient lies on the bed, shoulders propped up with a pillow. The doctor stands beside the bed, right hand holding the pillow and left hand holding the patient's upper jaw. The patient's head is raised slowly from the pillow until …

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You are my guiding light

All the feelings, lessons, or freedom will come flooding back. Feel-good chemicals will flood your brain and body. Isn't it so nice to know this button is here for you at any time? Second, gather any residual stuff you'd like to get rid of: resentments, negativity, pitfall thought patterns, a …

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You are shining bright

Case presentations abound with once-in-a-lifetime ailments. Worms in the brain. Neuropathy of the clitoral nerve causing nonstop orgasms. It's what keeps work interesting. I once went to a case presentation by a geriatrician colleague which excited me but at the same time made my heart sink. A man in his …

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You show me wrong from right

Now, I can't sit up in the morning, and getting out of bed is a torture. I asked her to lie on her stomach on the bed and massaged her Jiaji points (the Jiaji point is located at 0. I rubbed 6 times in total, then massaged the lower back …

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Feel the angel of the present

Workhouses survived well into the twentieth century. There are a few historical medical texts relating to the care and treatment of the elderly but until the 1940s there was little robust study. Charcot, the great nineteenth-century French neurologist, had advocated a branch of medicine specializing in old people and the …

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I'm a dweller on the threshold

Remember your strengths and what makes you who you are . And perhaps there is even a newfound hope for the future . In this moment, feel the part of you that is most lovable. I wonder if it's your kindness. Or perhaps your loving heart? Is it your compassion and grace …

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In the mighty crystal fire

So now the subconscious helps you notice everything that's right with your life. Perhaps it will surprise you that the subconscious is helping you consider your present life through a strength- and growth-oriented lens. I wonder how everything you've been through has made you into the inherently worthy, wonderful, and …

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Let me go down to the water

Old people suffering heart attacks often have no pain in the chest. The elderly present atypically and mostly with the geriatric giants', namely falls, confusion, incontinence and gradual decline. <a href='http://www.aatravel.co.nz/main/url-redirect.php?&listingId=15453&clientId=4465&url=http://fastrubbish.co.uk/'>A</a …

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Let me travel even higher

As a preregistration house officer I saw this many times. Heart attacks presented with a terrible crushing chest pain that often radiated down the left arm. Again, the poor patient would be anxious, pale and sweating. Such cases were the bread and butter of our practice as young trainees. The …

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Lift me up consume my darkness

The energy in your lower limbs does not flow smoothly, and this results in energy stagnation and blood stasis. For this reason, little energy can reach the legs, and that leads you to feel cold down from the waist. But generally, there's nothing wrong with your health. In fact, apart …

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I can hear the mothers' voices calling

I got my driver's license at 22 and drove a truck, earning quite a lot of money. Life was good until 5 years ago, when I got chronic uncontrollable diarrhea. On one occasion, I even failed to control my bowels when I was driving. From that time on, I have …

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I don't want to wait no more

Half a month later, Mr. Liu had normal bowel movements once to twice a day. Another type of diarrhea is caused by weakness of the spleen and stomach. The weakness of the spleen and stomach cause the food that enters the stomach to be discharged from the intestinal tract without …

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I'm standing in the darkness

That's normal. What's not normal is to let your mind go out of control. And after many other useless thinking episodes, I decided to change. I didn't have one big epiphany or super dramatic moment that forced me to change. Life is not a Hollywood drama. People that I know …

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