Cupping is a part of traditional Chinese medicine. It involves the use of plastic or even glass like cups that are attached to the body by the use of heat or suction to raise the skin away from the bone. This in effect detoxifies the skin and helps repair the circulatory system. As toxins are removed from the body this has a drastic improvement on the other vital organs such as the arteries and veins. Since the skin is the protective layer of the body it is the first to come in contact with toxins and other particles aside from the ones we inhale through the mouth and nose. Once toxins make their way inside of our bodies that is when illness occurs and it becomes important to try and alleviate the body by removing the toxins and other harmful bacteria. Cupping also is beneficial for those with stomach problems that over the counter remedies are not able to help with. If you ever have indigestion or constipation cupping can also improve your metabolism. Cupping is considered a deep tissue therapy and can therefore penetrate far enough to help cleanse the arteries. Cupping or dry cupping can be beneficial and done without removing blood from the body as this is called wet cupping. When one is suffering from aches, pain and back problems cupping has a proven effectiveness since cupping alters the nerves in those areas to remove the pain and improve overall body movement. Now for the good part: Have you ever sat in a chair and began to hurt all over that you had to eventually get up? Have that problem no more... The cupping chair pillow has all that you need to allow you to work, relax and enjoy while sitting in your favorite chair. The cupping chair pillow is made of durable plastic and is filled with cups that allow air to enter them once you press the button corresponding to the cup that you want filled with air. Yup, you can even do this with your clothes on. For example: you put the cupping chair pillow in a chair you are going to be sitting in. Then you sit on the cupping chair pillow and lean back and press the button for all or just those particular cups you want air entered into. As the air fills the cups your body/parts will become attached to them. This is great for back pain or shoulder pain and even thigh or rear end pain. This dry cupping will last for several minutes and if you want more pressure from the cups then you can put more air into them. Once you are satisfied with your cupping therapy then you can release the air and you will soon begin to feel your body as if it were renewed. The cupping chair pillow covers pressure points from the back to the rear end and thighs. The great thing about the cupping chair pillow is that you were able to remedy all of your ailments in one setting and you were able to do this yourself. If you need pain and want to be free from harmful toxins- try the cupping chair pillow!
The EGCG patch as this is short for epigallcatechin gallate, is a patch that containing green tea polyphenols that have a tremendous effect on cancer cells and cell death or apoptosis. EGCG is also considered a catechin, which is very beneficial to one's health in a natural sense by prevention or being able to prevent disease and other ailments such as diabetes and heart problems. The reason why polyphenols or catechins are so powerful as antioxidants is because they contain a substance called gallic acid. Now gallic acid is organic in nature so it is found in gallnuts, oakbark and in tea leaves. It is considered effective in slowing the growth of cancer and is contained in polyphenols. Gallic acid's method of function is by activating signaling pathways to prevent carcinogenesis. So how does this relate to prostate problems or possibly prostate cancer? Prostate cancer is cancer of the prostate, prostate cancer is usually a slow growing cancer and many men just live with it and monitor it by routine PSA tests as an indicator to the possible presence of cancer. Since prostate cancer is a slow growing cancer, gallic acid or rather EGCG can be used to prevent the spread of cancer, thus keeping PSA levels normal. For example: Patient Driveby has always had prostate issues, there was always something going on. He was often told that since his levels were not of any real threat to consider intervention through treatment; patient Driveby was told to eat right, walk slow and drink water. He was doing that until his physician told him that recent tests indicated a higher PSA level. Patient Driveby always instilled in his children and his wife that they had to fight the "good fight". That is patient Driveby's mantra, except for when it came to himself. One of patient Driveby's children simply put her gloves down because that "good fight" that he always ranted and raved about had be done. Patient Driveby refuses to talk to his spouse about treatment options and other procedures to evaluate things thus far. Since prostate cancer is not a rapid thing, it should be suggested to patient Driveby that he should not put down those gloves just yet and get out of that "tom boy" approach to things; she honestly, does not want to wear gloves for this one! One of patient Driveby's daughter(the same one) suggested that he wear an EGCG patch, which contains polyphenols that are effective due to the contents of gallic acid. If he would wear the patch this would slow down the growth of any prostate problem he is having and patient Driveby would not have to add another medication or supplement to his already challenged medication regimen. Patient Driveby hated to go for biopsies, MRI's or CT or even a bone scan. He feared radiation and always felt that the more you poked and prodded with something to get a sample of, the more things spread. He didn't want this or for any growth to be altered into a rapid one. Patient Driveby's physician suggested that he at least take his daughter's advice regarding the EGCG patch and continue to drink water and walk slow."Without any poking or prodding, if this patch works you will be able to prevent undergoing other types of treatments in the future." said Dr. Driveby's physician. The EGCG patch-one size fits all!
Now this is something, I complete job applications and one of the questions asked is "Do you have or do you think you have a disability?" I said to myself this is some b-------!" Why? Well the answer should be somewhat clear, if a person can write books, do music and blogs and a whole sordid resume of stuff then they have no mental impairment. The impairment usually has to do with the Anglos and the Anglo Saxons because these people can't do anything unless they fitting and feeling it, do you get what I'm saying? I know it's an important question but please, a handicap should not be considered one if a person is too quiet(Maybe they ain't got nothing to say.), Celibate-(Jezzz, you don't gotta worry bout some ho or crush a lot playa being out cause he or she had to get some pills or vaccines and take a bunch of f----- tests at their physicians office. Y'all the simples ones, wanna spend extra on a phone bill and health insurance because you like to be around people who are considered normal so damn much. So as far as a physical handicap is concerned, the workplace always gotta be in your business- that ain't work, but they want to use it as "the right fit." So, what I am asking is that should there be space somewhere on these job applications to allow a individual to say that they "Don't do it or just wear them sneakers, you know the ones with a check and you just put a line or a x going through the check to indicate that they not here for that, or should they cite religion and indicate that they lead a celibate life? Why should someone be persecuted for this? The Anglos and Anglo Saxons make things difficult enough. Imagine having to defend yourself from the people you worked for due to reasons of company solvency, you can't get mad at your former employee for not wanting to get cheated out of their paychecks. But, I think this was for the best because when it comes to physicians I just got tired of talking to their ego's. I know, I know you did all of that schooling just to get out of the work you went to school for, just like a career I once had many many years ago and then you really try and prove your salt by making people work for very little money and no benefits. They are the ones that should be ashamed because they are supposed to help people. They are physicians and they do this by trying to remove the very little money they pay people, and they got upset because a former employee just wanted to stop the madness. Another issue, the job market rid's itself of good working or talented people when then find everything to pick at in a person and use it as a handicap, especially if they are not an Anglo or Anglo Saxon. Speaking of handicapped, I want to discuss Asperger's Syndrome and the job market, yes b----- I got a solution for everything. It goes a little something like this, these people ain't stupid, matter of fact they quite smart and if they cute they can't keep the workforce out of they business, you know their private parts and stuff. So or resulting from this what I call intellectual tip of intelligence you know they may not lay up with many folks and they have an interest in computers, finance or are creative and when they work for C----t sake they show up and do just that and if their work shows out then, they are the asset they are designed to be, so if you start hating on it or them it must be you ego along with other things. Now, people with Asperger's syndrome(don't ask me how b------, I just took a lucky guess!) enjoy keeping themselves busy or occupied, they don't like no bull---- and not much for drama or nonsense and they like things organized somewhat and they get mad when they money not right, so if this sounds like you, you may have Asperger's also. Now for the social part, yup normal folk all about nooners and lunch and more of it. People with Asperger's don't like a lot of mileage on them, for example: if someone is worth 1 million dollars(there should be no price on a person) but you put 3 million worth of miles on them, then that person is said to be in arrears, people with Asperger's don't work office that way, they pay they bills and try not to incur any debt. As a result this explains the social interaction side of Asperger's and why a b---- like me don't see it as a handicap. Who the f--- want to be 2 million dollars in arrears? People like they get down, or in the Christian world they not quite woke yet or they just gon get up on cp time, but whatever the situation may be, people with Asperger's don't want to ruin or waste their life that way. So they are loners or stay to themselves as a result. They also like to stay on the legal side of things and have legal jobs or earn money legally. Although, the Anglos and Anglo Saxons make things really difficult. Once people with Asperger's are grown they feel they don't need a probation officer as a mother or father figure; so they keep it out of trouble! Now, there seems to be the "right fit" concept with people with Asperger's, that plague them when it comes to finding jobs and they can be out of work for a long while and not due to intellectual capabilities but because they don't do nooners or lunches and they want to avoid those type of lunches at all costs, and this perhaps interrupts the daily interaction of the office workplace, cause they not here for that! And of course they don't befriend or clean up after some old bigoted b----, because you say" You've fallen and you can't get up and I say your bigoted Anglo, Anglo Saxon ass made me fall and in order to get up I had to get my bootstraps in order, so I want no part of your home and you can let the back door hit you where the lord split you! Anyways, So where can these types of people find jobs that will allow them to lead healthy, independent and productive lives? They are many companies that have jobs that are work at home or telecommute,now the problem is solved. The person with Asperger's can work from home and get paid and stay off of disability, and not have to beg or do tricks for the money cause they ain't really disabled at least intellectually and the employer or company will find that they have an asset of a worker, who does not ruin the ambience of the workplace resulting from not using what ever physical or body prowess folk want to get into. Asperger's syndrome and working from home-they make such a lovely couple!
Angina is a heart condition that causes symptoms such as chest pain, and this is due to reduced blood flow to the heart. Sometimes people who think they have indigestion are really suffering from angina. Angina is mostly associated with coronary artery disease since it has to do with plaque build-up in the arteries that prevents oxygenated blood from flowing to the heart. Once this occurs symptoms such as chest pain or "squeezing" of the chest or heart occurs. The danger in all of this is that once the flow of oxygenated blood to the heart is blocked, blood clots can also be formed and can cause a heart attack because the blood clot reduces flow of blood to the heart. Angina can also be a symptom of what is known as small vessel disease or coronary vascular disease. Small vessel disease affects the smaller or tiny coronary arteries of the heart. Usually, when you and your physician want to get to the underlying problem of why you are experiencing chest pain or angina your physician will order a test such as a cardiac catheterization, nuclear stress test or even a cardiac MRI. Now these tests may not show anything significant, and you feel you are slowly losing your mind. If so, your physician may want to consider your problem to be small vessel disease. "Say what? I've never had that kind of disease before. You just gave me a statin and a low fat diet." say's a patient. And you know something, this is one disease that I have never done a pre-certification for. The test to check for small vessel disease or coronary vascular disease is called Endothelial Function Test or Endothelial dysfunction test. The thin membrane that lines the inside of the blood vessels and the heart is called the endothelium. The endothelial cells are what controls blood clotting and vascular contraction and relaxation. Endothelial dysfunction occurs when the arteries are unable to dilate properly. The usual causes of endothelial dysfunction are what contributes to heart disease such as high cholesterol, high blood pressure and diabetes. This procedure involves the injection of a medication via a wire/catheter that will cause the small vessels in the heart to dilate, this will measure the amount of blood that flows through the small vessels. Another medication will be injected into the large arteries as this will measure the amount of blood flow through them. This makes a lot of sense because you need to know where the damage is and not just ignore it because it is not in the main artery. Small vessel disease can also affect the brain and this is known as cerebral small vessel disease, this is considered a vascular disorder that occurs when there is a pathological impairment to the small vessels in the brain. Cognitive impairment is affected, such as: difficulty speaking or understanding, confusion, disorientation and unstable gait. This also includes cognitive ability, such as speech, reading writing, and other memory skills ect. Who knows, maybe one day cerebral small vessel disease will be linked to autism and such tests could be appropriated to test and remedy this mental disorder.
All you know is that you've heard that your physicians office is closing. Honestly you really don't care who works there all you need is someone to do your referrals and pre-certs. You ask questions but the staff there does not seem to know anything except when the last day is. You also know that you will be needing a new physician, if the one you currently have is retiring or leaving the country or state. But for now you just need that referral or a few of them because your body decides to do its own thing just when you wished it wouldn't. You call your physicians office and find that you can only leave a message. Who can help you? Health insurance companies should be able to issue a referral rider for patients who need referrals but have a physician who is no longer in practice or when the medical office has closed and it will take some time to establish an appointment with another physician. For example: Bex Leber has been a patient at CardiacWho for many years, she is in her 60's and has had a busy life. Bex Leber travels and is usually known on the outgoing social scene and of course she knows her physicians and specialists. Bex Leber began experiencing the usual aches and pains a person would as they get older. She decided to call CardiacWho to get an appointment for just a quickie regular followup. She was surprised to find that the office had closed and she was not informed of this. Bex then called someone who she knew to be a patient at CardiacWho, it was then that the former patient she spoke with told her that CardiacWho had closed their doors and it would be a few weeks before you could get an appointment with another physician who was under another group, but would see former patients of CardiacWho. "But, what do I do now? I need to see someone and my health insurance plan requires a referral." asked Bex. "I know." said the other former patient of CardiacWho. "But don't worry, we have the same insurance plan and I called them and they were able to give me a referral rider that would allow me several visits with a specialist until I was able to find another primary care physician." "Great!" said Bex who was relieved, but still needed to find another primary care physician. "So what do I do?" asked Bex. "Well, just call GMO Health Insurance and tell then you need a referral rider, if you look on a bill or invoice you got from CardiacWho you will find an NPI or other insurance identification for the physician, you just provide that to the customer service representative along with your health insurance information and information about the specialist you need to see and they will e-mail/fax a copy of the referral to you and the specialist you need to see. They should know by now that CardiacWho has closed." "Thank you, very much!" said Bex. She then asked, "Hey, did you find another primary care physician?" "I'll text you the information!" said the former patient of CardiacWho, who seemed miffed at Bex because she only called her when she couldn't figure out something health wise. But now that Bex was having problems again she somehow knew that she would be hearing from her more often...
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