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The novels that will keep you awake all night
June 22, 2017

In the sandy days on the beach or during the cool summer nights, our desire for breathtaking action and tied puzzles rises sharply. The site has selected the best thrillers and crime novels (and a collection of stories) that are part of Amazon’s “The 100 Crime and Thrillers You Need to Read in Your Life.”

The books that follow are classical in the genre, and the film adaptations are long remembered. If you reach them, know that you are most likely to spend the night awake with a nose stuck in exciting reading …

Time to Kill, John Grisham

There is something more difficult than finding the killer. Crimes and perpetrators are clear, but the moral dilemma is hard to resolve. The bet is the life of a man who has faced the law in the name of family honor, and the reputation of a young lawyer who, despite threats and common sense, is dealing with the case.

Ten Little Negroes,” Agatha Christie

Ten people who have committed crimes but have somehow got out of hand are gathered on a small island to bear the consequences of their deeds. Someone avenues, inspired by … a children’s song.

“Ten Little Negroes” is Agatha Christie’s most popular novel. With over 100 million copies sold to date, it is the world’s best-selling crime novel and the seventh most popular book of all time.

“Before I fall asleep,” Stephen Watson

Stephen Watson’s phenomenal debut engages us in the unusual life of Christine Lucas. Having suffered an accident that deprived her of long-term memory, she wakes up every day with the consciousness of twenty and feels the man in her bed. Christine begins to keep a diary on the recommendation of his psychiatrist. Each day, described in it, is becoming more and more strange, and the future seems more and more frightening.

Cape Fear, John D. McDonald

Sam Bowden is a happy family man. She has a good job, a beautiful wife and two children. His life looks perfect as long as the past does not begin to catch him slowly. Max Cady has served his eight-year sentence and intends to take revenge – slow and painful, to the guilty for his conviction.

“The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes,” Arthur Conan Doyle

“Sherlock Holmes Adventures” is the first book of 12 writer’s story by Arthur Conan Doyle about the legendary Sherlock Holmes, who, with his cool mind and irony professionalism, has over the years proved to be the most popular detective in the literature.

Sherlock Holmes’s figure appears in 56 narratives and 4 novels written between 1887-1927 and to this day inspired many interpertations.

Do not say goodbye, Jillian Flynn

The book follows the story of a young woman who disappeared without a mark on the fifth anniversary of the amolichnostta na born of her wedding. The lies of her husband Nick are gradually coming to light and his life becomes hell, and readers will make sure the truth is always very different from the seeming.

“The Identity of Bourne,” Robert Ludlum

The sea waves throw him on the shore near the little French village, and he does not remember absolutely anything – not his name, his profession, nor his life. He can only trust his own body, which has remembered everything important. “The identity of Bourne” is based on documentary evidence of the crimes of Carlos Chakala.

“Something is waiting … among the trees,” Tara French

Tana French’s novel explores the darkness hidden under the surface of ordinary people. And it brings the reader into the territory of evil beyond human imagination and to the unexplainable. Detective Rob Ryan is forced to return to the ghosts of his childhood to seek answers to buried questions.

“The Men Who Hated Women,” Stig Larsson

In the first part of the Millennium trilogy, wealthy industrialist Henrik Vanger offers Michael Bloomquist a tremendous fee if he can figure out the mystery of the disappearance of his beloved niece. Bloom and Superbiker Lisbeth Salander fall into a circle of dynamic events and trials in a world of family hatred and financial scandal in which killers-psychopaths roam.

“Place to kill,” Lee Child

Margraph is such a perfect city that it scares. Former military policeman Jack Reacher arrives in the city with the intention of staying for only a few days. After Reacher’s arrival, however, a murder was committed in Markgraf for the first time in thirty years, and the suspicions fall on the only foreigner in the city.

The most difficult to digest products
June 21, 2017

In order to eat properly, we need to know not only the amount of calories in the food but also the time the product is digested by the body.

This makes it clear when we burden our stomach unnecessarily with an unnecessary load between lunch and dinner. The products that are quickly absorbed by the body give fast energy, and the products that are slowly absorbed, provide a longer sense of satiety.

For example, the lemon was ground for one and a half hours.

For one hour and forty-five minutes, avocados, grapes, mango, olives and raspberries are used.

For two hours, our body deals with cherries, grapefruit, oranges, raisins, coconut milk , garlic, potatoes, tomatoes and brown rice .

For two hours and fifteen minutes we dig the fresh figs , pears, pineapple , strawberries , carrots, cabbage and green salad.
Two and a half hours are necessary for our body to learn dates, dried figs, fresh peaches , roasted almonds , green spices , onions, mushrooms , legumes, white rice.

For two hours and forty minutes, fresh apples, apricots , prunes , watermelons, chestnuts, walnuts , beets, courgettes and wheat bran are ground.

Three hours are enough to crush our stomach prunes, lime, pistachios, broccoli, corn , spinach , soy, wheat sprouts.

For three hours and fifteen minutes, grind melon, olive oil, cashew, pomegranate, dried coconut , celery, cucumbers , peppers , pumpkin, turnip, peas, peanuts , wheat . For three and a half hours – aubergines, mustard, dried peas , soybean oil, rye.

For three hours and forty-five minutes – paradise apples, quinces , red cabbage , barley.

Four hours has lost our stomach to cope with Brussels sprouts and horseradish.

The more the product has been processed, the harder it becomes for the human organism. Even the natural juices in their majority are not recommended because they are processed.Simply put, if you do not see the fruits grow on the tree or take them away from your own garden , they are already processed and become hard to understand.

Do you want happy hair ?
June 10, 2017

The happy hair is vibrant and elastic, dense and shiny, nourished and hydrated. Robust from root to tip. Like the one in the ads.

Do you want such hair? Then make full, constant and proper care of yours and it will thank you. Happy hair will make you happy too.

Hair is part of your vision. And as with every part of your body you must treat it with love as well. She does not want much to look happy and vibrant. Just the required dose of water, food and care. And if you do not know exactly how to provide them, read my tips.

Slim to normal hair may look exhausted and lifeless, with no luster and volume. For daily use or for delicate hair, it is recommended to use a soft shampoo that is tailored to the specifics of the hair and scalp.

Hair is naturally dry or dried due to external factors. Then it is very vulnerable because the hydrolipidous layer in the hair structure does not fulfill its role as a natural barrier. As a result, it looks dehydrated, brittle and difficult to crack. It is of great importance in these cases to provide additional moisturizing ingredients to restore softness, shine and beauty. This can happen not only through the food and water you consume on a daily basis but also through the cosmetic products you use.

Another option is to make home-made masks for dry hair that contain natural products and nourish the hair and scalp in the most harmless and efficient way. Mix 2 tablespoons of mayonnaise and half a teaspoon of honey. Apply with massaging movements and leave 10 to 15 minutes for action. For a more intriguing process, heat up with a hairdryer or sit in the sun. Rinse with carbonated water, then wash with shampoo and balm.

If you suffer from dandruff, pay attention to your scalp. Trust only the medical brands or those specializing in the fight against this problem. The formulations of these products contain special substances that kill dandruff microorganisms while nourishing and hydrating in depth, adjusting its natural pH.

If your hair is oily, you should take precautions. Otherwise you will never have the thick, fluffy and shining mane you dream of. First check the shampoo. Perhaps it is the cause of the unhealthy appearance of your hair. Try another, and if there is no change, apply other methods.
For example, mix apple mask. Mix in a bowl 1/3 cup of apple juice and? A spoon of apple vinegar. Apply on the washed hair for 15 minutes. Rinse with carbonated water. The pectin in the apples takes the excess fat and leaves the hair scrapingly clean, and vinegar strengthens this action.

Use cosmetic products wisely and properly. Even if you buy the most expensive hair care products, they will have no effect if you do not know how to apply them. Do not think that much is more effective. First cut off the product in your hand, rub and then apply it on your head. If necessary, repeat twice.

When you wash your hair, use your fingertips instead of nails . Always rinse with lukewarm water and dry with a soft cloth. Avoid heating appliances as much as possible, and when using them, apply a protective spray that envelops the hair as a shield and protects from burning.

The food looks like the organs that heals
June 10, 2017

We have known for a long time that the food has, in addition to its healing properties, healing properties. Can we treat certain organs on the type of food.

Everyone knows that the wrinkled structure of the walnut resembles that of the brain. Walnuts contain fatty acids that support the function of the brain.

Not so much a fact, however, is that sweet potato , Resembling the form of the pancreas is a very powerful antioxidant. This antioxidant protects the pancreas from cancer, also affects the aging of the cells.

The stem of the celery resembles bones. The stem is a great source of silicone that gives strength to the bones. Celery and bones contain 25% sodium.

Grapefruit , which can be defined as a form of female breast, contains many substances called lipoids . They are contained in maternal cells and in cancer solutions.

The mussels are harvested on male testicles. They contain folic acid and zinc, which affect the quality of sperm. Also the mussels are one of the strongest aphrodisiacs.

The shape of the stomach best resembles ginger . In addition to helping with nausea, ginger contains gingerol, which has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.

Red wine , which definitely resembles blood, helps to regulate blood pressure. In addition, it is very rich in antioxidants and polyphenols. It also affects the level of cholesterol that causes heart disease.

Another food useful for the heart and resembling its shape when it is cut is the tomato . It contains lycopene, which reduces the risk of developing cardiovascular disease.

Avocado , likened to a uterus, is a very good source of folic acid. It protects it from cancer.

Carrots , which are well known for their benefits to the eyes, and eye-pricklike cuts, contain many vitamins, antioxidants and beta carotene necessary for the normal function of the human eye.

Treatment with onion instead of antibiotic
June 10, 2017

Onions are one of the best natural antibiotics. Its qualities have been known since antiquity when it was used as a major drug against any illness.

Onion contains vitamins C, A, B, K, P. Its healing properties also come from the content of sulfur substances and phytoncides that kill germs and prevent illness. In addition to treatment, onions are also used as a preventative measure against diseases – an immune stimulant.

How to apply onion treatment

Consume fresh, because on heat treatment, the onion loses much of its beneficial properties. Both bulb and fresh green onions or onion juice, combined with lemon juice, garlic, honey and other vitamin products, are used.

Cotton swabs soaked with onion juice are very effective for runny nose. You can also make drops by mixing onion juice, lemon and saline.
Onion, crushed in a gauze or swab moistened with its juice, is placed on skin wounds, inflammations and burns.

A great anti-inflammatory agent is the onion alcoholic solution , which you can prepare yourself at home. A large chopped onion is filled with pure alcohol and left to stand for two weeks. Then strain and drink on a spoonful of coffee in the morning in fasting.

Straight pieces of onion and honey juice are mixed and taken each day by 1-2 tablespoons on an empty stomach.

Lemon juice and onion juice are placed on the hob while they are blooming and thus you can make inhalation that is useful for the respiratory tract and the skin.

Thanks to its anti-inflammatory properties and sulfur content, onions are a great remedy against skin infections, burns, pus, rashes, bruises, bites and insect stings. Also used for red throat, inflamed tonsils, cough.

Regular consumption of onions improves heartbeat , normalizes blood pressure and lowers cholesterol levels in the blood. Onion is also very beneficial to the digestive system, it helps the work of the bile, helps in gas and constipation, but in a more sensitive stomach it can cause irritation. It is believed that onions increase potency and fertility, also helps in the fight against cancer.

Onions are very common in cosmetics as well. It has a bleaching action and is used against acne, freckles, age spots, pigments, wrinkles. Onion juice makes the hair soft and shiny, also helps in hair loss.

Goodbye, my dear dear pacifier

During the first weeks of the baby’s life, the sucking reflex is very strong and so many parents resort to the use of a pacifier.How painlessly get rid of itHere are some ideas for you, but they are not universal – each parent has to judge when it is the right moment and which strategy is best for his child.

1. The earlier, the easier

This is the golden rule. After the 4th month, you can start offering a pacifier less often – only when you really need it, and so within a few weeks you will get rid of it. Just do not be tempted to return it when the growth of teeth begins.

2. Do not sleep with soother

My advice is not to teach the baby to sleep with the soother because in most cases they wake up when they drop it, and that means endless night adventures for you and a restless sleep for them.

3. Pacifier removed

Most often works only successfully in children under 12 months of age who are less attached to it. If the child weeps too much and too long for the teat – better think of another strategy.

4. Pacifier is not what it was

The baby is accustomed to a certain kind of feeling the pacifier brings. Change it – it will reduce your interest, and giving up will be easier. You can do this simply by drilling the tip of the teat with a needle.

5. The exclusion method

Notice when and where your child needs at least his soother and start from there. For example, first stop giving it out, gradually restrict your use at home and so until you learn to fall asleep without it.

6. Challenge empathy

Children develop very quickly in every aspect, including emotionally. Experience his empathy by saying that someone else needs more than his teat – such as the weeping baby in a trolley or the little kittens behind the bush. Once she voluntarily gives her – throw it away secretly and every time you ask her to remind him where he is.


Important rules:

Do not try to remove the teat when the child is restless due to a teething teeth
Once you remove the teat, do not be tempted to offer it again
Suggest a substitute for the child to relax – a stuffed toy or diaper for example
Be careful not to replace the pacifier with your thumb
If the child understands it and it is difficult without the soother – try to distract it with interesting games or offer small incentive awards for every day without a pacifier
Do not do it forbidding – do not let the child cry for too long about your pacifier, do not poke it with a hot pepper, and do not imagine that a child to whom the pacifier has provided peace and comfort for a long time will forget about it from tomorrow to tomorrow .
Go with patience and understanding – that’s the key to success.


Do we drink or not drink water during meals?
May 11, 2017

We all know how important hydration is for our health. We read that water accounts for about 2/3 of our weight and that every cell, tissue and body of our body needs water to function properly. Water is necessary for good thermoregulation, joint lubrication and elimination of waste substances from the body.

Water directly affects the elasticity of the muscle fibers, which is one of the most important conditions for complete workouts, with no perceptions and stretches that often keep us away from the hall, track and more.
The water in our body is not a constant quantity – it is constantly spent, so regular recovery is a must for maintaining good health.

But is it good to drink water while we eat?

Does it help or harm our digestion? As always, opinions here are divided into two camps. There are some basic amounts, generally accepted for people with reduced mobility, and for training over amateur level in speed, power and other sports.
Our whole digestive system works efficiently only if it is well “crushed” with water. But should we constantly “flood” it and prevent excessive water intake from its work?
We will not stop the device and the action of digestion, because it should be clear to everyone.

In this paper, we will only look at the arguments “for” and “against” taking extra water during meals.

Against” drinking water while eating

The co-administration of large amounts of water and food, especially cold water, could reduce the levels of acidity in the stomach and the bile juice. This, in turn, slows down the process of digestion and can cause stomach pains and ailments.

About” drinking water while eating

Some doctors say that drinking water during a meal not only does not interfere with digestion but even aids it by further liquefying food and making it easier to digest. As we know, our stomach is able to process only liquid food, not solid, that is why we have to chew it until we liar it before we swallow it.
So, who is right?
And here, as in many other cases, the truth is somewhere in the middle. Water is undoubtedly vital to every process in our body, and digestion is no exception. Here are some simple rules to keep you in order not to suffer neither the digestion nor the hydration of the body:

– Hydrate fully during the day – take adequate fluids throughout the day so you do not have to swallow large amounts of water with your food. A basic reference could be the following: the personal weight divided by two and multiplied in ounces. For a 90 kg athlete, 45×28.35 = about 1.3 liters per day. This is the recommended and, according to others, the absolute minimum amount accepted within one day. Of course, active trainees need a lot higher receptions, everything is strictly indwelling and often depends on our everyday life, and for athletes – from the stage of preparation, nutrition plan, etc.

– Drink water before meals – if you ever you are hungry during the food or immediately after meals, it may be a sign that you do not take enough water during the day. Drink a glass of water 20-30 minutes before you sit down at the table to reduce their thirst afterwards.
– Drink in small sips – if you were to take water while you eat, do it in tiny sips, several times during the meal. Do not drink large amounts of water at a time during or immediately after a meal.
– Prefer warm water rather than cold – so will greatly facilitate the work of the stomach. Poet sip tea or homemade broth can even help your digestion. This is of particular benefit to those whose patency of the intestine is decreased and suffer from constipation.

– Seek the middle way – nobody needs extremes even in drinking water. Drink enough, but not hyperhydrate. In an effort to stay well hydrated, many people drink of water, which even taken on an empty stomach, limiting the activity of many systems, including the digestive. Inefficient digestion leads to accumulation of toxic substances in the organism, no matter how healthy food that assume.
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– If you practice power-speed sports that determine short, strenuous activities (athletics, wrestling, weightlifting), take small amounts of water between training approaches (series stretches rounds) to keep your body hydrated without leads to discomfort, prevent a given exercise.
– In case of prolonged low-intensity stress (long crosses or biking, hiking, etc.). Add a pinch of natural salt in a bottle with water. Do not overdo it, determine the amount of salt according to taste of water – it must not become salty.
– Choose water at approximately neutral pH, as quite statistics and studies agree in figure 7 (6.5-8.5).

– Start and end your day with 2-3 glasses of tepid to warm water.

He said, “I love you”

Every woman dreams of hearing these words from man to herself. We often say we love someone or something, but when these words are directed at our mate, they seem to have a radically different meaning, approaching a magical spell connecting two people into an invisible alliance.

It seems, however, that these words are far easier to say than women than men. When does a man say “I love you” and why is it so difficult sometimes? Of course, both women and men have to get to know their partner to some extent, to know for sure what they feel about him. Time is the main indicator of what is going on, and it can be both too early and too late for those words.
Men’s psychic is different from that of women, and this is conditioned by both social preconditions and biological factors. Men are considered to be the strongest sex, and for years there has been a belief that the display of feelings is a manifestation of weakness. Men are people of action and not words and have adopted this pattern of behavior since the earliest childhood, so it is not right to be angry if it is difficult for them to dress their feelings in words as we may We are asked.
Situations where men say “I love you”:

Serious men say “I love you” only when they are sure

When he is sure that he will not be rejected, if he acknowledges his feelings, the man will undoubtedly utter the covenant words, but your reaction depends on whether he will speak again.

For fear of losing you

When men see that things are not going well and they realize they can lose us, they resort to the use of “magic” words, as if they are the only thing that can stop us. Unfortunately, very often they are extremely inadequate.

Feeling guilty

There is a theory that men say “I love you” more easily than “Excuse me”. Perhaps this is one of the reasons why men use these words when they are wrong. Of course, very often, quite honestly, he wants to apologize by witnessing his love, and there is nothing wrong with that.

Before sex, during sex and after sex

Of course, sex is an important part of the process of telling the two words, but when it’s involved, we need to be especially careful.
• There are men who are willing to “express their feelings” with the sole purpose of putting the woman in bed. Beware of such, worse than those who put in bed without saying it.
• During sex, all senses are exacerbated, nervous processes are performed at an incredible frequency, the man’s “common sense” is often blurred, and he lets his heart talk. When she says he likes sex, of course, we can not be sure he really is in love. Do not totally exclude the option of just being his game.
• Recognition of feelings after sex is a sacred point for many couples, because that’s when they feel most connected, closest to each other, and the sincere “I love you” is the natural end of things.

When pressed

Some women, in their desire to hear “I love you”, cross the border, and the man feels compressed by questions such as “Do not you love me?” Or “Why do not you tell me you love me” or ” that you love me”. So, ladies, be careful in your approach, because the confession of love in love will not bring you what you are looking for.

Actions instead of words

Words are just words, they carry a certain charge in themselves, but what really testifies the love of man to us is his actions. Some women never needed to hear “I love you” from my beloved, because their actions speak enough.

Is there any complete happiness?

The ability to see and accept all parts of our lives helps us to be happy

There is no complete happiness! I often hear this sentence. People usually continue their reflections like this: “If you have money, you have no love; If you have a job, you have no happy relationship; If you have a family that satisfies partner relationships and healthy children, you have no time for fun and friends. ”

When I hear these words, I have the feeling that something is not enough for a person to be happy, something is unsatisfied. I find one more thing – as if one wants to escape the nature of things and does not want to accept the integrity of the experiences, relationships and situations in his life.

And here I mean like this: “There is happiness if we open our eyes and see … your laziness.” But … let’s get to him step by step.

The integrity

Imagine a padlock. Used to lock. Provides security. In winter, his body is cold (our fingers can get bruised until we unlock it), it’s hot in the summer (we can even get burned). It’s weighing. Can be cut. These are some of the features of the padlock. When I have to make a choice how to lock a door and ensure my safety, I take into account the specifics of locking devices, I take into account all the information and choose.

But when we are in a life situation, we somehow forget that. Somehow we do not accept the situation as it is, in its fullness, integrity, and totality of parts. We talk, think, act, as if we think it has only positive or negative aspects. We tend to “cut” natural parts and ingredients from it, usually those we think are negative, unpleasant, annoying.

A few examples

“I love to take care of my family, I like to prepare my favorites for every dish, but I do not like it and I do not like it, I’m even angry when I have to wash the dishes afterwards. Can not my children or my husband wash them? I have so lovingly prepared their favorite things, and they do not understand and let me do this unpleasant duty !!! “.

“I love my young daughter so much !!!! She is so beautiful! It’s a candy! All day I can enjoy it. But my mother and my partner do not help me at all. Go to work, watch your life. Well, they provide me money, of course. And just in the evening or at the weekends change the diapers, stretch the laundry or run the vacuum cleaner. How can they not help me all the time? I have to do everything alone! I do not have the time to make up and dress beautiful to go out for a walk with the baby, and we love both the clean air … ”

“My partner is wonderful, but he snore awfully !!! I can not sleep! How long will I have to talk to him about it and endure it at night ?! ”

“I have a son of a teenager. I can not get him into bed before midnight. Otherwise he is healthy, smart, has a clear purpose for his life. And he does it alone. ”

“My child is healthy, clever, gifted. On weekends we go to different competitions and events in which he shows up. Oh!!!”.

“I’m angry when I have to pay my bills – I do not like to give money for bullshit like electricity, water, phone, internet, food.”

“We were on a wonderful vacation, I had to go to the beach every day, but the sun … I was looking for high-grade sunflower oils, shade, cooling cocktails …”

Responsibility. Attitude.
Self-sufficiency. Completeness, integrity. Maturity. Different viewpoints.

I do not overburden or lighten the topic with the examples. You may find yourself extreme or superficial, but we humans have a tendency to complain, discontenten and do not accept those parts of situations, relationships, and feelings that are not in our taste.

Why? Because we need to make an effort, learn or develop skills to cope. Because we need to be honest with ourselves. When we deny, our behavior is like a toddler who is whimpering and does not want to accept the “obligatory” part. We show a lack of maturity because we do not accept the fullness of events and relationships. We show anger and discontent, not wanting to do any part. We believe that some of the activities of everyday life are servile work, lowering our authority and value. We believe that trouble is only happening to us and has already shaken us from the role of a long-suffering Genoveva, and we think it is high time that life offered us another, necessarily happy and, of course, a major role. We are sorry, we want to transfer our weight and burden to another and we definitely do not want to do any concrete action. We want the freedom and authority of man “18+”, but we do not accept the duties and responsibilities inherent in maturity.

How can we relate these reflections to a really difficult situation for us?

The situation is difficult

Then when we do not have the ability to pass through it. We do not have the yet automated, advanced skill that is needed to get in, get over and get out of the difficulty. When we have it, the situation no longer strains us, worries, “pulls out of balance” and does not accept it as a problem. Well, of course, here too we can manifest a whimper, showing anger or annoyance, asking, “Why is this happening to me?”
And my answer is this – sometimes we do not have to interpret to fainting and look for the reason, just to see what is what in this situation exacerbates my annoyance and uncertainty. Here is the valuable information we give ourselves if we ask ourselves the questions: “What do I do not want to do now?”, “Am I afraid of failure?”, (“Do I think I have no resource to do ?!”) , “Am I lazy?”, “Is it better for me to be familiar, old and sure?”, “Am I afraid of self-pity or accumulated fatigue?”

The ability to take life
In its fullness … I will express it metaphorically: every day of our life is a colorful bouquet – with unique varieties of flowers, some of which have thorns, others need grasses to stand out, third – nuances of feelings to Connect us with a sense of depth and life. Our bouquet is colorful due to the variety of events and the flowers in it are of different shapes. In order to be able to hold and carry our bouquet in order to take it to the vase in which we want to put it, paper, twine and fasteners are put in it. And to describe it in its fullness, I must say that it weighs, sometimes solidly. But when we walk along the streets, we say to other people something like this: “Today someone has read me, confessed, appreciated, rewarded, I am proud of it! And I, in turn, have confessed to accepting the bouquet. And I’m very pleased to notice this! “.

In our lives, in the valuable and important for us relationships, situations or activities, it is up to us whether we will see the twine, the paper, the grass or the unique variety. The ability to see and accept all parts, integrity and completeness is an indicator of maturity. The ability to move from one feeling to another, from holiday mode to stress on a holiday within the same day also shows how grown we are.

And if something is stinging us, it is good to see what this “thing” is and to seek professional support. We still have to answer the question: “Is this drama really a drama?”, Whether it is not a simple laziness and a delay or a desire to attract attention, whining, praise. There is nothing wrong with these three things, as long as we do not do it often, and when we do it, it is more enjoyable to ourselves and to the audience. The next time you upset and cry, and a few hours later you refuse to smile, remember that a juicy cake is not such without the dry bark.

What causes the sugar of your body? Or why they often call it white poison
May 6, 2017

The moment that something sweet touches your tongue, your receptors send a message to the reward centers in the brain and your body releases the hormone dopamine. Meanwhile, the absorbed sugar enters the stomach where it begins to be processed from the stomach juices until it is pushed into the small intestine.
Enzymes break it down to two types of molecules – glucose or fructose. And if you overdo sugar intake (or sugar products), these molecules can seriously harm your health and forms.
Glucose damage

It penetrates through the walls of the small intestine, causing your pancreas to release insulin – a hormone that takes the glucose from the blood and delivers it to the cells for energy. But many sweet delicacies are loaded with so much glucose that it enters the body abruptly and causes an overdose that causes the brain to make a lot of serotonin (a hormone regulating sleep) that confuses your entire biorhythm and body work.

Insulin, in turn, blocks the production of leptin – the hormone of hunger, which sends the brain a signal that you are a whole. At high insulin levels, you feel constant hunger, even if you have just eaten. As a result, the brain sends other signals to the organs, and glucose begins to store in the abdomen in the form of fat.
Your pancreas produces so much insulin that the cells are already resistant to everything. Glucose remains in the blood and does not break down, leading to diabetes, and later to dementia and Alzheimer’s.
Damage from fructose

It also passes through the walls of the small intestine and goes into the liver. If it is in large quantities, it can not cope with it and it returns to the body like cholesterol and triglycerides, which can block the arteries and lead to heart attack and other cardiovascular diseases.
The rest may be in the liver and cause the growth of globule fat, so called lipogenesis – the precursor of the disease “non-alcoholic fatty liver”.
The liver sends a signal for extra insulin help, and the pancreas gets to work. However, it may not always be able to catch up with internal inflammation of the whole body that puts you at risk of obesity and diabetes.