Be kind, don’t judge, and have respect for others. If we can all do this, the world would be -
Be kind, don’t judge, and have respect for others. If we can all do this, the world would be a better place. The point is to teach this to the next generation.
INFORMATION FROM THE CANCER CONTROL SOCIETY CONVENTION OF 2017 – INTERNATIONAL TREATMENTS.
The other day Dan and I had a conversation, which is more and more important in this world today. Respect is sometimes misunderstood and taken for granted by most people even though it is one of the most important qualities that we must practice for ourselves and to other people.
It’s important to know why respect matters because it’s one of the many things that separate us from animals.
It is a basic moral value that highly differentiates us from other living creatures on this earth. It is the reason why relationships are built and last.
Respect should not be taken as a weakness but as a strength; it takes strength and true love to respect someone else’s opinion, actions, and decisions. It’s unfortunate that in today’s generation, respect is no longer proudly practiced. It is now taken as a sign of inferiority and is looked upon as self-degrading. This has been exhibited to me personally this week.
Have you ever wondered what would the world be if we didn’t respect each other? If you think the world now is messed up, it’s going to be even worse if the word “respect” never existed.
Respecting yourself, on the other hand, is just as important as respecting others. When you respect yourself, you define your own worth as a human being. If you don’t respect yourself, you will not know how to respect other people too. It’s the same way with love, honesty, hope, and faith. If we practice all these things first before we do it to other people, we will not only reach our full potential as human beings, we’ll be able to create a much better world for the next generation as well.
Continuing on INFORMATION FROM THE CANCER CONTROL SOCIETY CONVENTION OF 2017 – INTERNATIONAL TREATMENTS. Today I will be blogging on NEAR INFRA-RED SAUNA THERAPY.
Unlike high temperature dry and steam heat saunas, our near infra-red-light sauna stimulates the sweating process without discomfort or feelings of suffocation. Near infrared light creates a “fever” reaction in the body that has many benefits including:
1. Destabilization of cancer cells through a “hyperthermia” effect.
2. Reduction in pathogenic load by killing dangerous bacteria and viruses.
3. Excretion of chemical toxins, including heavy metals, such as cadmium, lead, zinc, nickel, and mercury.
4. Reduction in radioactive load that a patient may carry from prior radiotherapy treatments and imaging studies.
5. Enhanced pain relief and improved blood flow.
6. Stimulation of immune system.
The use of hot air baths for relaxation, healing, and ceremonial use dates back into distant history. The tradition of the sauna is found around the world in most all advanced cultures to some degree.
Most of the time, the older saunas were powered by building a fire under the sauna, or heating rocks in a fire, which is then carried into the sauna or sweat lodge.
A much more modern version of the sauna idea is the electric light near infrared lamp sauna. Dr. John Harvey Kellogg is credited with its invention about 100 years ago.
Theory: Near infra-red light is an antioxidant nutrient, activates cells, supports metabolic processes, and assists in the removal of chemical toxins and heavy metals through the sweat glands. It also increases oxygenation and enhances the immune system while reducing the radiation burden in the body by removing radioactive particles resident in the tissues. Near infrared is also helpful for wound healing and cellular regeneration.
The sauna near infrared heat penetrates into the body stimulating the sweating process without the feelings of suffocation and discomfort that are common in high-temperature dry and steam heat saunas. The following effects are theorized:
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The sauna creates a “fever” reaction that kills potentially dangerous viruses and bacteria and increases the number of white blood cells in the body, strengthening the immune system.
Help excrete toxins from the body including cadmium, lead, zinc, nickel, sodium, sulfuric acid, and mercury.
Stimulates dilation of blood vessels, especially the peripheral ones, which helps enhance blood flow deep in the tissues, providing pain relief besides enhanced nutrition.
The heat from near infrared is also said to help kill other types of abnormal cells. Tumors, for example, tolerate heat poorly. Raising body temperature hastens their death. Though not a conventional method, hyperthermia is a well-researched therapy for cancer. Heat also disables or kills cells mutated by radiation or damaged by other toxins.
According to the National Cancer institute, hyperthermia (also called thermal therapy or thermotherapy) is a type of cancer treatment in which body tissue is exposed to high temperatures. Research has shown that high temperatures can damage and kill cancer cells, usually with minimal injury to normal tissues. Many studies have shown a significant reduction in tumor size when hyperthermia is combined with other treatments.
When researching this type of method, check with the facilities on how they do Near Infra-Red Sauna Therapy.
All-Natural Car Cleaning Spray
Make your own all-natural car cleaning spray for the interior of your car. This DIY recipe is simple to assemble, and safe to use on the dashboard and console. It's a great homemade (and eco-friendly solution) to store bought cleaning cloths!
1 cup warm water
2 Tbsp mineral oil or baby oil
1 Tbsp white vinegar
1 tsp dish soap
1 Tbsp fresh lemon juice or 5 drops lemon essential oil
Combine all ingredients into a spray bottle and shake well. Spritz on to dash and/or console and use clean microfiber cloth to wipe up. Be sure to shake solution each time before using.
Until tomorrow, Life is short, and we should respect every moment of it. We will not agree on every issue. But let us respect those differences and respect one another. Let us recognize that we do not serve an ideology or a political party; we serve the people. Peace