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The many advantages of glass containers

Almost everyone has plastic containers in their cupboards and for different purposes. Most people use plastic containers for storing food, but also for other things. Many people also store cosmetic products in the plastic containers, but this is not always wise. This is because plastic containers are really polluting for the environment and nowadays, a lot of attention is paid to this. Especially the production of plastic is truly polluting and often plastic containers are not used for a long time. Therefore, it is better to look at a adequate alternative, and that is glass containers. Glass containers are a sustainable alternative, but there are many more advantages to them. Want to know what are the benefits of using glass packaging? In this article, we list the benefits, so you can find out all about them,

Glass is a lot safer

If you use dropper bottles made of plastic, the chances of hazardous substances leaking are high. Hazardous substances can leak from plastic, and this can sometimes cause hormone imbalance. This is of course very annoying, which is why it is important to choose glass. After all, glass is safe, and you don’t have to worry about hazardous substances. Especially when packaging food, it is very important to choose glass packaging, especially if you want to heat it up in the microwave.

Violet glass

If you choose glass packaging, you can also choose glass with a special colour. Violet glass is a beautiful type of glass, but it also brings other benefits. With violet glass, you can ensure that the contents of the glass cannot age quickly. This means you can extend the shelf life, and many people really like this. Especially if you have valuable contents, this is of course of great importance. This is because violet glass only lets the right rays of light through and blocks visible sunlight.

If you like to buy violet glass containers, you should look at a cosmetic jars wholesale. These are large containers, but have violet glass. You can store different cosmetic products in them. Do look carefully at the different types of jars, and especially look carefully at the shapes. Each shape is meant for a different product, and this should not be forgotten. Take everything into consideration and pick the glass containers that suit you best.

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Why Stroke Care at Home is Beneficial

Stroke care at home is beneficial for a variety of reasons. Many couples care for one another informally, helping one another with communication and medication support. They also help others by handling any health condition or disability. Please read our articles on stroke signs and personality impact for more information.


A stroke carer’s job can be very demanding, especially following a stroke. It’s essential to take time for yourself to rest and to make sure that you’re not running out of energy. You’re not alone and can get support from other people. You can join a local stroke support group or register with an online support group.

After a stroke, family caregivers play a significant role in the recovery process. In many cases, family caregivers can assist in stroke recovery at home. This is a significant responsibility, and many family members feel overwhelmed. Many may not be equipped to care for someone with many medical needs. Furthermore, they may have to make a lot of trips. This can be exhausting and stressful, leading to depression or other heart problems.

Home care specialists can also help stroke patients regain movement. Daily movement can help build strength and help patients overcome their disabilities. Regular walking can help rewire the brain. It can also improve balance. Stroke rehabilitation helps patients learn how to adapt to a new life with disabilities. Stroke rehabilitation can include exercises such as electrical stimulation, temporary braces, and prescribed movements. A stroke care at home San Diego CA can also help a person get socialization. Socialization is essential for stroke patients. A stroke care at-home team will work closely with the patient and their family to develop a care plan to address short- and long-term needs. Once the stroke care team has assessed the patient, they’ll help them return to everyday life.

Signs of Stroke

The first few hours after a stroke can be terrifying, but there are some things that you can do to help your loved one stay as stable as possible. Healthcare professionals will quickly determine the type of stroke and take steps to reduce any damage to the brain. They will stabilize the patient by managing breathing, heart function, blood pressure, and other symptoms. If your loved one has trouble swallowing, talking, or staying still, it may be a sign of a stroke.

If you notice the symptoms of a stroke in someone, you should call 911 or your local emergency number. While you wait for help, watch the person closely. You must act quickly if you want to save their life. Sometimes, it can be possible to administer life-saving medication within three hours. Make sure your loved one is lying comfortably, and remove any constrictive clothing if they have difficulty breathing. You should also gently and calmly talk to them.

It is essential to know that transient ischemic attacks (TIAs) can occur at any time and cause symptoms similar to a stroke. These symptoms may last for only a few minutes or even a few hours, but they should be treated immediately.

Effects of Stroke on Personality

After a stroke, many people experience psychological and behavioral changes. These changes can range from feelings of unmotivation to depression. Survivors should seek professional help to deal with these issues and be reminded that there are options for treating their symptoms. They should also be encouraged to get as much support as possible from friends and family.

Psychological and behavioral changes are common among stroke survivors, and various medical complications often accompany them. These complications can affect patients’ and caregivers’ physical and psychological well-being. Some people develop neuropsychiatric disorders such as psychotic disorders or violent tendencies. Other symptoms can include depression, apathy, and confusion.

In some stroke survivors, personality changes are subtle, while the effects are severe and permanent for others. Some patients become easily irritable, while others become withdrawn and introverted. Behavioral changes can also include depression, which affects one-third of stroke survivors. Symptoms of depression include lack of motivation, disturbed sleep, and lack of interest in once-enjoyed activities.

Psychological changes associated with stroke include anger, depression, and apathy. Symptoms may include a lack of motivation or irritability or even aggressive behavior. While these reactions are not permanent, they may result in a decrease in self-esteem.

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Coming Of Age Ceremonies As Preventive Medicine!

Coming Of Age Ceremonies As Preventive Medicine!

I have a confession to make:

When I saw Dr. Christiane Northrup’s post on Facebook I was dumbfounded…

Following my guest appearance on her radio show, Dr. Northrup wrote about my work of mentoring girls into womanhood: “Preventive medicine at its finest!”

The reason this statement was such a mind-quake for me, is that for the two decades in which I’ve been working with women on welcoming themselves and their daughters into womanhood, I have been so immersed in seeing the profound emotional transformation this work provides, that I missed the obvious: its health benefits…

I’ve learned from Dr. Northrup that 55% of hysterectomies result in the removal of ovaries, which produces 5 times greater incidents of mental health diseases, such as Depression and Parkinson disease (to name but a couple) as a result of losing the hormonal balance of the ovaries.

Furthermore, syndromes such as PMS, and ailments such as cervix cancer, can be directly attributed to how a woman views her cycle, her womb, and her femininity.

Prevention begins with honoring:

When women honor their monthly flow and the cycle of life; when they acknowledge their physical connection to lunar and seasonal cycles; when they embrace their monthly blood as the blood of life – they increase immunity in their bodies!

Which body do you think is more likely to be resilient and immune to disease: a body whose mind sees menstruation as bother, nuisance, or “the curse”, or the one whose mind embraces menstruation as an opportunity to withdraw from the mundane and delve into inner wellsprings for monthly renewal and regeneration?

Let me state the obvious: seeing your menstruation as a curse pre-disposes you to ailments, while doing the necessary work toward embracing your cycle is “preventive medicine at it’s finest!”

Gladly, prevention extends to your daughter’s health as well!

Adolescent girls are desperate to individuate from their nuclear family and bond with their peers. “But,” says Dr. Northrup, “and I want everyone to please burn this into your heart: the influence of the mother always wins!!!” This is actually great news, since it means that YOUR influence on your daughter is greater than that of her peers!

With this knowledge comes responsibility: It is up to You to model empowering womanhood to your girl!

In the same way that modeling hatred of your period will pre-dispose your girl to disease, so your work on reversing “the curse” by reclaiming menstruation as the blessing that it is, will expose your daughter to a life-long belief system, and practice, that is not only empowering, but preventive in nature!

Coming-Of-Age ceremonies to welcome yourself into womanhood (regardless of your age) and to welcome your daughter (when she starts cycling) are the best antidote for a life fraught with PMS, sexual insecurities, mental health disorders, and physical disease.…

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Using Acid Reflux Medicine To Get Rid Of Annoying Heartburn

Using Acid Reflux Medicine To Get Rid Of Annoying Heartburn

The right acid reflux medicine will prevent or control your heartburn. I am living proof. My physician prescribed one of these and problem solved. If you already know what causes this affliction, skip ahead for the medicine, if not, let me explain what how heartburn happens.

Our gastrointestinal system is pretty amazing when it works correctly. I call it our sewer plant. We have the mouth, throat, stomach, intestines, and the outlet of the system – the anal outlet. Food and drink we love goes in one end, is processed, and, if all works well, waste comes out the other end. For those of us who suffer from acid reflux disorder, some of the system just doesn’t work for us.

We feel this malady when the process fails. Acid bubbles up from the stomach, through something called the cardiac sphincter and on upward into the throat or esophagus. Basically we feel that burning sensation as the acidic gas and fluid rises through this plumbing system. The technical word for this substance is pepsin, if you care about such terminology. The problem occurs when the cardiac sphincter goes haywire. This is like a valve between the stomach and esophagus that is supposed to automatically open and close to control the pepsin produced by digestion in the stomach. We get into distress when this valve malfunctions.

Acid reflux or GERD can be a chronic condition, especially is we continue to eat and drink those favorites that always seem to trigger discomfort. Of course you should not eat or drink that stuff again because the result will always be the same for the rest of your life if you do. Now, medicine can help but changing habits ensures you will stop further damage. If your heartburn is a chronic condition, it will always be a problem, and, if you continue your bad habits, even further damage will occur and may result in surgery.

One of the traps with medication is that it makes you feel so good that you think you no longer need it and stop taking it. Been there, done that, and my heartburn returned with a vengeance. Don’t make this mistake with acid reflux. Sure, you will feel great while taking the medicine and will continue to feel good for a couple of months after you stop taking it but, eventually, the hammer will fall and you will be worse off.

There are several over-the-counter medicines you can try. I tried them all and only one really worked most of the time. That one had the active ingredient – Famotidine. It’s just one of several key ingredients found in medicines at your pharmacy. You need to find the one that works for you.

Armed with that information I went to my doctor and he prescribed a stronger dose to take once a day. This has solved my heartburn. Yes, I did get off it for two months because I felt so good and, Yes, my acid reflux returned. I now use it every day and I also avoid food and drink that I know are bad for my plumbing.…

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Coming of Age – How to Start Welcoming Your Girl Into Womanhood

Coming of Age – How to Start Welcoming Your Girl Into Womanhood

Most of us were not welcomed into womanhood, and so our INNER MAIDEN is left inside hanging, waiting, unsure… As mothers, we vow to create a different experience for our daughters, only to find them running away! What is wrong with this picture?

The first stepping-stone to welcoming your daughter into womanhood is addressing YOUR Inner Maiden, who may have never been welcomed, or empowered, when you came of age!

The story of Menarche, our first period, is rarely told.

It is interesting to note that women, who tend to share everything with one another (from first sexual encounters to stories of survival and recovery), are silent about this one…

We have come a long way as women…

We became assertive. We broke through ‘glass ceilings.’ We combined careers with motherhood. We decided whether to become mothers or not. We can do it all… but do we enjoy the blueprint of our womanhood: our cycle???

The adolescent girl you once were, who may have never been welcomed into womanhood, is left inside you, dormant and waiting… You are mostly unaware of her presence, except you may have menstrual cramps, hate your periods, or see them as “nuisance,” “bother,” or “the curse.”

Like Sleeping Beauty, the coming-of-age girl inside you is waiting to be awakened.

But no Prince Charming is coming to wake you out of THIS sleep…

This is an internal job. YOURS!

So where do you begin?

As Einstein said: you can’t solve a problem from the same mindset that created it! Since the problem was created by rendering you invisible and ignoring your needs as a coming-of-age girl, the healing balm lies in being heard and witnessed…

Make time with one (or more) of your close women friends to tell the story of your first period. You will be astounded by the feelings of relief, comfort, and bonding that this simple act brings. Breaking this silence holds the key to your health and strength as a fully integrated woman. It also serves as the first stepping-stone to welcoming your daughter into womanhood…

I traveled a long way from seeing my period as a nuisance, to reclaiming it as my spiritual wellspring.

Sharing the story of my first period, and holding space for women around the world to share theirs, is the essential ingredient in waking the Sleeping Beauty inside each of us.

Share your first period story with a close woman friend in your living room, in cafes, on park benches, or anywhere women get together to support one other through conversation. This is one step you can take today to start reclaiming the fullness of your “Woman Being.” And it is a NECESSARY first step to prepare you for your daughter’s Coming-Of-Age!

Is your daughter approaching puberty? Is she already there?…

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How to Get a Bigger Penis After Puberty – These Are Proven and Effective Penis Enlargement Tips

How to Get a Bigger Penis After Puberty – These Are Proven and Effective Penis Enlargement Tips

If you have already gone through puberty and you do not have the size penis you would have wanted then you may think there is no way your penis size can increase. However, I am here to tell you that your penis size can increase after puberty. Continue reading below to discover some hidden secrets of making your penis bigger in both length and girth.

There are many methods available nowadays that address the increase in size of the penis. The sad thing is that not all of them are effective. Right now, the male enhancement niche is a billion dollar industry and it is preying on small folks like you who are desperate to get a solution to your problem. Luckily for you, I am about to share with your some tips that you can start using today to see an increase within weeks.

Stay away from pills:

The marketers of these products would want you to believe that you can take a pill and get an increase in size in a few days to weeks. This is far from the truth. Think about it: what can one little pill contain that will allow it to in increase your penis size while not affecting your other body parts?

Better to go the natural route:

Fact: The only proven way to get a bigger penis is to enlarge it’s chambers so that they can hold more blood. Now, the only way to force more blood into the penis chambers is to perform proper stretching exercises that will allow the penis to expand in both length and girth.

See it is very simple folks. Regardless if you have gone through puberty, you can use proper penis enlargement exercises to get the size you want. Simple do a search on Google and you will find several programs available which you can follow from the comfort of your home.…

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Is it a Papule or a Pustule? Part 1 – Acne Solution

Is it a Papule or a Pustule? Part 1 – Acne Solution

Everyone gets spots and zits the same way but this acne comes in many different shapes and sizes and your bodies reaction is different than the next persons. Note that every persons acne starts at the beginning with an enlarged hair follicle plugged with oil and bacteria. When the right conditions present themselves it grows into an inflamed lesion.

Acne is largely caused by our natural skin oils clogging the pores of our skin and then a natural bacteria, which thrives on skin oils, causes the infections which results in acne As time passes your body will produce more and more oil meanwhile at the same time the trapped bacterias’ numbers are growing and growing.

Your skin becomes more inflamed!

Do you have a papule or a pustule?

A papule is the beginning or mildest form of inflammatory acne and it look like a little pink spot that feels tough but could be a little painful to the touch. Never squeeze a papule or you could get an acne scaring.

The danger of a papule is that it’s like a road side bomb.

A papule can leave an impaction behind when it has cleared up that can flare up repeatedly over time. Don’t worry if this happens as you can find a medical man like a dermatologist and he can inject you with cortisone. This injection will prevent scarring and that ugly redness around the papule.

How do you treat a papule?

As papules are benign lesions that you can have removed surgically. If that seems a little extreme then you can try an over the counter medication like benzoyl peroxide, which is like an antibacterial agent and will dry out the skin a little. If you don’t like either of these then you can look for a holistic solution like tomato mask etc. You can find these by going to Google and typing in the search box – papule +holistic acne cure

How do you prevent a papule?

1. Drink 2 cups water with every meal 2. Wash your face twice a day with a non-perfumed soap 3. Pat dry with a clean towel. Make sure you also wash after some exercise or if you feel dirty. Don’t over wash as you will wash off the oils your skin needs and that can lead to other issues.

If it’s not a papule then it must be a pustule.

So far in part 1 of “Is It A Papule Or A Pustule” we have looked at an acne papule in part 2 of this miniseries we will examine acne pustule what it is and how to get rid of it.…