Woman Secret ~ Your Arm Chair Bandit ~ HOW Your Recliner can STEAL Your Daily Health, and Lower Your Life Expectancy, too
I am going to add my new blog below on ":Glide Walking" to improve your health, at the top of the page, instead of down at the bottom, so you can visit my NEW website, now.
After my close to death experience over 2 years ago, I applied several choices to create my remission from Non Hodgkins Lymphoma, stage 4.
By the way, it is a deadly disease of which many people who had it have passed away. I was one of the lucky ones who found a solution.
The first was with doctor administrated CHEMO, and the second was dramatic walking. However, that is not all, I am using a SECRET SUPPLEMENT over the past few years that has dramatically and forever changed my life. It is called Multi Military Formulation or MMF also Hydro Pac by Engage Global. It is the product as well as my daily walks to move the supplements to all the cells of my body, and to make this dynamic product even more effective. This product and walking, has created my remarkable turnaround.
I am not here to diminish other forms of exercise, such as Yoga or what you might do at the gym. but only to suggest, that I chose walking over all of the others for one important reason - it is easier to do, And it is something that everyone can do.
There is a real problem in our own day which is due to the Sedentariness of our present day American culture. That is why I claim that it is our "Lazy Boy" recliners are doing us all in. It is making Americans the unhealthiest lot, in comparison to Europeans and other countries. And it is because so many other countries don't have the same automobile assessability as we do. That is why people in those countries, to get where they need to get, are required to walk and they are a lot healthier too
Another, important action that I can't forget to add is that I used to have 2 recliners. I had one in the living room in front of my TV room. I had another in a special room where I could meditate or sit down in before the end of the night. After getting sick the first thing after walking I did, is get rid of both of my $500 or more Lazy Boy recliners. Now they are in the homes of two other retire from life, and fail to be active, believers. Our culture is so laid, back but we don't realize its future effects on our health.
The statistics are staggering. Europeans walk 5 miles a day to our 2 miles if we even do that. More sedentary types in America, if they are lucky to walk 1 miles or less.
What we refuse to acknowledge, is that our lack of movement of any form, is quickly killing us off. In fact, our life expectancy even with all the pills we take (making the Doctors and Pharmaceuticals rich), we used to be # 17, but thanks to our recliners, we have sunk way down to # 53. With all the drugs we take we still seem to be pushing up more daiseys.
Here are the facts folks, whether you like them or not, you don't have to read tea leaves or tarot cards to learn that only through exercise, of which I believe walking to be the easiest, is your true, salvation.
The New Science of Exercise ~Time Health 9.12.16
“Tarnopolsky now thinks he knows why. In studies where blood is drawn immediately after people exercised, researchers have found that many positive changes occur throughout the body during and right after a workout. "Going for a run is going to improve your skin health, your eye health, your gonadal health," he says. "It's unbelievable." If there were a drug that could do for human health everything that exercise can, it would likely be the most valuable pharmaceutical ever developed.
The trouble is only 20% of Americans get the recommended 150 minutes of strength and cardiovascular physical activity per week, more than half of all baby boomers report doing no exercise whatsoever, and 80.2 million Americans over age 6 are entirely inactive.
The consequences of a sedentary life are as well documented as they are dire. People with low levels of physical activity are at higher risk for many different kinds of cancer, heart disease, Alzheimer's disease and early death by any cause.
That's at the end of life. Long before that, inactivity can worsen arthritis symptoms, increase lower-back pain and lead to depression and anxiety--not to mention cause a sallow complexion.
Despite public-awareness campaigns, the health benefits of exercise have not been effectively communicated to the average American. Humans are notoriously bad at assessing the long-term benefits--and risks--of their lifestyle choices. And vague promises that exercise is "good for you" or even "good for the heart" aren't powerful enough to motivate most people to do something they think of as a chore. Humans are, however, motivated by rewards.
That is why experts like Tarnopolsky are so focused on proving that the scientific benefits of exercise--slower aging, better mood, less chronic pain, stronger vision, the list goes on--are real, measurable and almost immediate.
The U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH) is on the bandwagon too. Next year the agency will launch a massive new study with the aim of documenting in unprecedented detail exactly what happens inside a body in motion. Its hope: to prove that exercise is medicine.
Before doctors adopted a single-minded focus on treating and curing diseases, their main goal was to keep people healthy. Even back in 400 B.C., doctors knew that diet and exercise were the best ways to do that. "Eating alone will not keep a man well," Hippocrates famously wrote. "He must also take exercise." For millennia, doctors were the vanguards of physical education--the original PE teachers.
The problem is that most doctors won't preach exercise any more, because most are in cahoots with the pharmacy.
But in the early 1900s, with the rise of modern surgery and nascent pharmaceuticals, medicine shifted its focus from the prevention of disease to its treatment. Paradoxically, physicians de-emphasized exercise just as the modern Olympics swelled in popularity and colleges began building campus stadiums to accommodate America's growing love of spectator sports. The authors of a paper published in a 1905 issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association mourned how many people were losing sight of the health benefits of exercise. "The men on the teams are the very ones whom Nature has endowed superabundantly with physical capacity, but on them the physical director bends most of his energies," they wrote, "while the average student is left to get his physical development by yelling from the bleachers."
Physical activity was no longer the medicine of the masses but the privilege of elite athletes.