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Sunday, February 21, 2010

Bad Mood?


Are you in a bad mood? Jika ya, angkat tangan anda dan katakan ya. Kemudian, baca ini.
(* My fiancee read these somewhere and shared them
with me *)<----- yang ni bukan isi penting yang perlu dibaca, ini sekadar pemberitahuan. Isi penting ade di bawah....hehehe

7 Pointers to Lift a Bad Mood

No one can live a long and healthy life without the will to go on; sometimes mood swings can make us feel that life is too much for us.
A bad mood not only gives you a gloomy outlook, it also lowers your immune function, leading the way to illness. Here are some suggestions to lift your mood, your spirit, and your health.

1. A Laughing Matter
"Laugh Therapy," pioneered by Norman Cousins, has turned out to have real substance. Research has discovered that laughter and joy boost immune functions, especially the production of the natural killer cells that help defend the body from illness and cancer.
Laughter also increases the release of endorphins - compounds that give you a sense of well-being  - in your brain. Without a doubt, joyful people liver longer and healthier lives. So read your favorite comics, watch your favorite comedies, and laugh it up!

2. Amino Acid for Restored Mindset
When an imbalance or deficiency is creating a bad mood, the Europeans use supplements of a natural compound found in human cells to regulate mood and restore a healthy mindset. SAMe (S-adenosyl-L-methionine) is produced from methionine, an amino acid that plays a role in the production of uplifting neurotransmitters like serotonin and dopamine.
One study indicated that SAMe worked on patients who had unsuccessful results with conventional antidepressants. To get a boost from SAMe, take a supplement combining it with vitamins B6 and B12.

3. Hands-On Healing
Human touch increases the production of endorphins, growth hormone, and DHEA, all of which lengthen your life span and lower the negative impact of stress. Studies have found that patients who are regularly touched recover faster than those who are not touched. So give someone a hug and feel both of your moods improve.

4. Boost Your "Youth Hormones"
You don't need pills to flood your body with a rejuvenating flood of growth hormones. Research has found that doing squats and leg presses will greatly increase your natural production of the "youth hormone". Increased growth hormone translates to an elevated mood, among other physical benefits. Keep it up with weight training, knee bends, push-ups, and rowing.

5. Take a Bracing Breath
Breathing correctly is important for dispelling the toxins and wastes from your body; in fact, it is estimated that we expel only about 30 percent of toxins in our bodies through the bowels and bladder-the rest is all respiratory. Breathing is also a great way to clear your mind, boost your energy, and improve your mood. Practice deep, slow, rhythmic, breathing daily with mind-body disciplines such as tai chi, yoga, qigong, and meditation.

6. Smell the Joy
Research has shown that smell has a definite impact on our bodies and minds. When you stimulate the olfactory nerves inside your nose, you activate the limbic system of your brain, which is associated with moods and memory. This concept is instrumental to aromatherapy, a natural  health tradition that makes use of the healing powers of plants with strong scents.
Aromatherapy recommends treating depression with jasmine, eucalyptus for exhilaration, and grapefruit to increase alertness and joy. Just put a dab of the essential oils from these plants on your temples, back of your neck, or acupressure points. Another option? Boil the herb in water and inhale the steam through your nose.

7. Feel Fine with Flowers
There is a reason that flowers are the traditional get-well gesture. Colorful flowers have a powerful influence on moods; they can uplift a patient's mood and even combat stress. One study found that during a five-minute typing assignment, people sitting next to a flowering bouquet were more relaxed than those who sat near foliage-only plants.

I hope these tips help the good feelings flow! I invite you to visit often and share your own personal health and longevity tips with me.

May you live long, live strong, and live happy!

-Dr. Mao <------- ni name penulis die......

(* I think I should read this............tiap-tiap hari......hihihi.... :D *)


Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Saya Tidak Suka

Saya tidak suka pergi kursus.
Kalau pergi kursus yang hanya memerlukan saya mendengar dan membuat aktiviti-aktiviti di situ,
saya tidak kisah.
Tapi kalau pergi kursus yang memerlukan saya membawa pulang berbeban-beban kerja dan tekanan,
owh......itu amatlah saya cukup-cukup kurang gemar.
Apakan daya, saya tidak boleh berbuat apa-apa.
Ini tanggungjawab saya dan saya harus melakukannya.
Nasib baik juga, kerana saya akan pulang pada esok hari.
Walaupun saya tetap kena membawa pulang bebanan kerja, tetapi sekurang-kurangnya saya berada bersama orang-orang yang saya sayangi yang dapat membantu meringankan tekanan saya.

p/s: Saya juga tidak suka kalau ada orang cakap, jadi cikgu prasekolah adalah kerja yang senang. :p

Friday, February 5, 2010



Bagi aku, P* lebih membuatkan orang berpecah-belah. Takde benda yang elok pun. Sebab semua orang rase diri sendiri betul, nak menang dan nak lebih dari orang lain.
Kalo la semua orang dapat amik positive parts dari diri masing2 dan gunakan semua yang positive tu untuk tujuan yang betul, DUNIA PASTI LEBIH AMAN.

*agaknye bile kite mati, TUHAN akan tanye tak kaler ape yang jadi kegemaran kite?*