Well, I found out what’s making my back/ribs worse.. wearing a bra! Now as a lady of ample chest proportions I need to wear one! Trust me, without one I could fling them round my neck and use as a scarf in this chilly weather, or maybe more accurately, swing them round my waist and fashion myself a unique belt! Due to said back and rib pain, I left it off for a week, aaaah relief! Then I put it back on and half an hour later had to rush to rip the thing off because of the agony starting up again (and lasted 24hrs). What the heck do I do now?! Maybe I could start a new trend by myself to bring the African woman look into a fashion trend, hmmm, nope, don’t think that one will work somehow. Although I did read that there’s been scientific research into not wearing a bra and they reckon its actually better for you not to. That the ligaments in the breasts get lazy when you wear one and actually MAKE them sag! A bit like breaking an arm and it shrivels and gets weak during the time you have a plaster cast on it. I can’t say that’s a good idea when you have EDS and the ligaments are stretchy in the first place and don’t ping back again once stretched, I need my bra! I have found and all in one body thingy (technical term!) which has underwired cups but no bra strap back to it so I shall give that a go, I think it’s my last (only!) option. http://oilingpoint.com/best-essential-oil-diffuser/.
I phoned my chiro to come and give me a good crackin’ all over and it was set for yesterday. I had sorted out a few things that needed doing because I knew I wouldn’t be able to do anything for at least a week after. My next assignment would have to wait for a week and then hopefully I’ll have enough time to submit it and get it marked before xmas. OF course, all the best plans go to waste because the chiro rang yesterday morning to say she had a virus and was cancelling. ARGH! That’s totally stuffed everything up. Plus, now my neck has joined in the fun and has tightened up, subluxed and giving me horrendous headaches, sinus pain, completely blocked nose, jaw pain, stinging eyes, ringing ears and god knows what else.
I have no idea when it can be rescheduled . When she’s better obviously but then there’s the risk of catching it and mucking up the treatment by sneezing and coughing. When you have EDS even a cough or sneeze will sublux, ooh about 20 million bones lol Plus it takes me a week to two weeks to completely recover from having it done and by then xmas will be upon us and I haven’t done my assignment.
Are you having trouble remembering things? Are memories becoming more and more elusive, at the most inappropriate times? This article can help you deal with your memory issues, whatever they may be.
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Games that challenge your mental prowess are great tools for memory improvement. Consider your brain as a muscles that needs exercise to stay in shape. With regular brain exercises and fun stimulation, you can enjoy greater mental elasticity and improved memory, along with many other helpful benefits. Some great games for giving your memory a boost include word searches, crossword puzzles, and brain teasers.
When there is much information that you need to remember, study it at several locations. This allows you to dissociate this information with certain locations. As a result, it becomes more of a portion of you. You basically want to encourage your brain to be able to learn information anywhere possible so that the more you practice learning, the easier it becomes to do anywhere you are.
Think positively to make your memory better. The scientific community states that anyone who has negative thoughts or suffers from a lot of stress normally has less memory retention than people who are not always stressed out. Speak to your doctor for advice to relieve your stress.
If you have an upcoming test, try varying your study environment on a regular basis. Changing up your environment refreshes your brain, and helps long-term memory become more effective. It does this through waking up your brain. When there are any changes to your routine, it makes your brain more alert. When your brain is more alert, is can absorb, retain, and recall more information.
Being socially active is good for your memory. This helps keep you in a good mood, and aware of your surroundings. When you are lonely or depressed, your mind does not receive stimulation, and the brain cells do not get their exercise. It is while you are having energizing conversations with those around you that your mind receives the stimulation that it needs, and this can increase your memory facilities.
Teaching others goes a long way in helping improve your memory. For example, if you are forgetting a story about when you taught your grandson to swim, talk about it to more people. This is a good way to reinforce this memory and retain it.
Do not try to cram when you study. To be more effective, make several study sessions to break up the information intake. It’s best not to try and learn everything at once. Your mind will become overwhelmed, and you will inevitably forget much of what you learned. Engage in study sessions on a regular basis to adapt your brain to the practice of remembering.
Repeat things out loud. Whenever you learn something such as a name, you should say it out loud. Repeating the information aloud reinforces the information you just learned, making it easier to remember later. If you are alone or not easily embarrassed, repeat it several times to yourself.
One way to boost your memory is relate the things you want to remember with information you already know. If you associate a short term memory with something you thoroughly know, you will better remember things and even accelerate the process of turning short term to long term memory.
To improve brain function and sharpen your memory, strive to eat more foods that feed the brain. Brain health needs healthy fats. Include foods like fish and walnuts in your diet, and try to avoid trans fats; you can include oils from olives or flax seeds if you would rather use them.
Make a lot of healthy relationships in your life if you need to prevent memory loss. Research has demonstrated that spending quality time with family and friends is healthy for the portion of the brain that contains your memories. This doesn’t necessarily mean many hours per week. It only requires a few hours per week.
Make your own memory tree. In order to attempt large subjects, focus on the overall gist of the subject first. Allow limbs – crucial details – to branch off of that. For very specific information, picture these as the the “branches” of the tree. Organizing the information in this way can really benefit recall speed and accuracy.
Having great memory is in invaluable asset. You rely on your memory in infinite ways to make your daily life easier.