A New World of DiscoveryWritten by Davis Goss
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Ponder this logic and realize that your problems are simply supposed unreal opposites, or negations, of positive experiences you are seeking This gives you authority and obligation to reject them as such. This process is fully covered in my book AThe DYNAMICS of ACHIEVEMENT@ which outlines science of building harmonious life experiences.
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For more than 40 years, Davis Goss has been a creative consultant with particular expertise in problem solving. His latest book, "The DYNAMICS of ACHIEVEMENT" presents a logical continuity of universal laws and principles that, when properly applied, assure positive results with predictable accuracy.
11 Effects of Caffeine on The BodyWritten by Emily Clark
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Too much (overdose) of caffeine can give you all sorts of grief such as stomach pain agitation, anxiety, restlessness, confusion, seizures, dehydration, faster breathing rate, fast heartbeat, fever, frequent urination, increased sensitivity to touch or pain, irritability, muscle trembling or twitching, vomiting, sometimes with blood, fibrocystic breast disease, ringing or other sounds in ears, seeing flashes of “zig-zag” lights, and trouble in sleeping. If you are diabetic or insulin resistant, caffeine causes your body to produce more insulin and you don’t want that. Caffeine makes all aspects of a menstrual cycle worse. Isn’t that bad enough some months?
The next time you experience any of above symptoms, try cutting back on caffeine. That may be all it takes to take care of problem. Reduce caffeine intake gradually to prevent any symptoms of withdrawal. Cut back on your intake or combine a mixture of caffeinated and decaffeinated beverages until you’re totally weaned off. People can, and do, survive ridding their bodies of all caffeine. And they’re feeling much better for it!
The information contained in this article is for educational purposes only and is not intended to medically diagnose, treat or cure any disease. Consult a health care practitioner before beginning any health care program.
Emily Clark is editor at Lifestyle Health News and Medical Health News where you can find the most up-to-date advice and information on many medical, health and lifestyle topics.