Sunday, 2 August 2020

No before after, yes after before

If you listen with a stethoscope to the upper and lower parts, especially the lower part, of the lung of a chronic bronchitis patient, you will hear dry or moist sounds, an abnormal respiratory sound characterized by small crackles. They are either coarse or fine-grained, and they are heard in different parts of the lung. An X-ray will find an increase of pulmonary shadows and lung markings. Chronic bronchitis recurs easily and affects the emotional state of the patient. According to traditional Chinese medicine, the lung governs sadness, so the patient may easily feel depressed. Yang Tan (1120-1185), a famous doctor of traditional Chinese medicine in the Song dynasty (960-1279), created a fine prescription for curing chronic bronchitis, recording it in a medical article he wrote. I have reproduced it here. Ingredients: Sweet almonds (250 g), walnut kernels (500 g), and honey (500 g). Michelle Phan, on the other hand, spent years building up potential energy. She worked hard to hone her craft, stealing from the master tutorialist Bob Ross, studying the wave patterns of YouTube's homearticle, and superconnecting with media companies and the fans of famous pop icons by giving and teaching. She hacked the ladder from blogger to YouTube star to makeup spokesperson to cosmetics designer to entrepreneur. The 30-million-view Lady Gaga tutorial was not Phan's first great video, but it was her inflection point. She had been winding up for a big swing for a long time. Success is like a lightning bolt, Phan once declared in an interview with Mashable. It'll strike you when you least expect it, and you just have to keep the momentum going. Hot Babes and Paradise Save the world wasn't in Jane Chen's five-year plan when she landed an enviable consultant position at Monitor Group right out of college. But three years in, she read a New York Times article that changed that. Connect and redirect103 Our emotions spring from the right side of the brain, and reason springs from the left side.

When a child is overwhelmed by emotion, it's the right side of their brain that's doing the talking - or crying or shouting! Because a child's anxiety can trigger discomfort in the parent, a parent's reaction can be to smooth it over quickly, to judge the feeling, minimise it or try to solve it like they would any other problem. These are all left-brained responses, which unfortunately miss the mark. Here's why: the child's right side cannot process information from the parent's left side, so your reasoning and logic won't work. When a child is upset, logic often won't work until we have responded to the right brain's emotional needs. We call this emotional connection `attunement', which is how we connect deeply with another person and allow them to `feel felt'. Here's an example: Child in right-brained (emotional) distress: `I'm so worried a monster could come into my room! Thinking about the goals you have for yourself over the next 12 months, who is your promoter, pit crew, teacher and butt-kicker? Think about who you already know, and if there's a gap, consider who you'd like to reach out to and why. Fill the gaps Get clear on why you want to meet someone. What's the one question you'd like to ask? How are you going to reach out -- for example, ask for an introduction from someone you already know; What can you share with them in exchange? Use the following table to help. Expand your network The next step is to look at the key people you need in your network. The war was between the Pandavas and the Kauravas. Just before he proceeded with what was referred to as a holy war (dharma yudha), the archer Arjun, who represents the Pandavas, was in great conflict.

He did not know what to do. His heart had given way and he did not want to proceed with the war because the army on the other side was full of his old friends, family and even his old teachers. They all represented the same race, and for Arjun, this war was madness. Such is life that he had arrived at a time where he must fight them and even kill those who he once held dearly for so long. Arjun understood that there are conceivably many causes worth fighting and potentially dying for, but there appeared to be no causes for Arjun worth killing for. Such was the nobility of the man. Arjun dropped his famous bow and declared that he would rather be a slave of war than take the life of another man. He did not wish to fight, so he sought counsel from his cousin Krishna. In just a moment, but not quite yet, I'm going to have you project an image onto that screen. Remember that your subconscious is also taking care of you--so it won't show you anything that you're not ready to see. You may use this same script 10 times, and every time, it may show you a little bit more. Isn't that so comforting? That's your subconscious taking care of you . This experience is going to help you stress less and find serenity. You see, today's stressors are often a result of yesterday's memories. Something or someone stresses you out, and you don't know why. Who does he or she remind you of? Why is this getting to you? I want to stress that all kinds of fatal insomnia are extremely rare. A form of hypersomnia (excessive sleepiness;

It occurs relatively rarely, affecting anywhere between 25 and 50 people per 100,000 depending upon which country you're living in. Incidence is very low among Israeli Jews, for example, but higher among the Japanese. The reasons for this are not clear. Sufferers may or may not feel warning signs that sleep is about to overcome them, but anyway warning makes little difference - falling asleep is impossible to prevent. There are two main types of narcolepsy: with cataplexy (sudden muscle weakness; Other symptoms may include terrifying hypnagogic hallucinations (see p. Most people first notice symptoms of the condition between the ages of 15 and 25 years old; The first symptoms are excessive daytime sleepiness and irresistible sleep attacks, both of which might be exacerbated by high room temperatures and boredom. I have a set routine every day, and it works very well for me. I feel happy, and I enjoy my life a lot. When I go away for even a weekend, my whole routine can be messed up. And then I need another two weeks to get back to my `old' self. However, I don't always have this mindset. Right now, I'm working on this article, opening a new office, and buying a new apartment. I'm focused on a few important things. But other times, I'm more flexible and actually do like to travel, visit friends, business partners, and live a looser lifestyle. That's why I now take more time to make decisions. Instead of following my first thought, I say, Please give me a day or two to think about it. PARALLEL PARK When you learned to drive, your instructor would have taught you how to parallel park.

However, if you haven't had to do it much, here's a refresher. Stop when the back of your vehicle roughly lines up with that of the parked car. Check your mirrors to make sure that it's safe to move, then indicate. This will point the rear end of your vehicle towards the curb at an angle. Don't turn too sharply into the curb because you'll only have to pull out and start again (plus you risk scraping the parked car). Aim the back corner of the car at the curb two-thirds of your car's length back into the space, before you turn the wheel the other way. DRIVE IN SNOW When snow is forecast and driving's a necessity, go prepared for the worst. You could say pivoting is in our DNA. What our bodies and hands remember, though, our habitual market-share mentalities seem to have forgotten. Each time you use all the styles of inquiry, each time you use the compass and wonder about how to pivot to connect with someone who thinks differently, you will be helping all of us reclaim an essential aspect of our collaborative intelligence. Inquiry helps us get beyond either/or. Ask questions that lead you away from differences into a common future. We tend to see things just from our cardinal viewpoint; Welcome a diversity of viewpoints. Inquiry will help you to adopt a wider perspective and to increase your influence. Use the three steps of the inquiry process to increase your chances of creating something extraordinary. This will allow you and those around you to utilize your differences instead of blocking, ignoring, or being frustrated by them. The downside is that it provides any journalist short of copy with an instant scare story. We are obsessed by mortality in modern health services when we should be paying greater attention to quality of life.

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