Hypnosis and Ultradian Rythym - A way to relaxWritten by Alan Crisp
Hypnosis and Ultradian Rythym – a natural strategy for relaxation and healing
Pressure of modern-day life So many people these days are under so much pressure to perform in one way or another and under so much strain from just everyday living in a fast paced and highly stressed modern world.
It is little wonder then that some people turn to relaxation therapy as a way to slow down madness and to allow them time to catch their breath. In fact what they are doing is a natural and necessary process of human condition,that becomes for those who want to reduce stress, like a kind of pressure release valve, or a time-out to re-focus and perhaps change direction, or fine tune what we are doing.
A new thought Ernest Rossi, an American psychologist studying minds activities, found that when a person is not under any pressure to do anything during day, they remain in a conscious state for about 90 minutes and then move into a trance like state for about 20 minutes, and this cycle is maintained, as long as there is no direct pressure to anything in particular.
This trance time, is like a kind of day-dreaming, or a ‘time-out’ to just catch up with whatever they’ve been concentrating on or doing consciously.
It is also interesting that this cycle, which Rossi called ‘Ultradian Rhythm’ also applies to animals. In considering its application in my field of hypnotherapy and psychotherapy, I realise that we can utilise this natural cycle to help us make best use of our time when learning, studying, or making an important decision. If we work consciously at task in hand for about 90 minutes, and then take a time out to relax and just let our mind wander, daydream, let thoughts just float past without trying to concentrate on or understand them, then this may help us to reach a speedy and useful resolution to whatever we are attempting to achieve.
Do Roasted Peanuts Cause Acne?Written by Tim Gorman
Many people wonder what active cause for acne to occur on an individual really is a result from and some folks even attribute it to roasted peanuts. The truth is acne, zits and blackheads can be caused from a variety of reasons. Your diet is really just one small piece of acne causing problems. Other factors include exercise, cosmetics, diet, hormones, hygiene, medications, shaving and stress. For subject of this article I’ll stick with diet portion and how it can influence your resistance or encouragement of acne.
Studies show that diet does not play a role in either cause or treatment of acne. However, what is recommended for acne preventative care is a healthy diet along with a vitamin regiment that should prevent any sort of zit or blackhead outbreak. Here is a small list of healthy vitamins, minerals and other supplements that have been known and recommended to prevent and help conquer acne breakouts:
Vitamin A, Vitamin B Complex, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, L-Carnitine and Zinc
In terms of diet following measures can be taken with hope of preventing an acne outbreak or at very least minimizing further outbreaks of zits and blackheads. It’s recommended that you add more fruits, veggies, seeds and nuts to your regular diet. This can be accomplished by eating more salads, dried fruit and nut snacks and by drinking more juices.