Why Creating a Meaningful Morning Routine Will Make You More Successful — Life Learning — Medium

For the majority of my child and adult life I never considered myself a “morning person.” I was a night owl. During my architecture school career I worked late through the night and slept in the mornings. When I started working at an Architecture firm, I conformed to getting up at 7am… but I didn’t enjoy it. I would get up as late as possible, skip breakfast, rush to work, and then feel like I was trying to catch up the rest of the day.

This type of routine will take its toll on your physical and mental well-being and majorly impact your productivity.

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Causes of Type 1 Diabetes

By Bill Jones

The elements that cause diabetes type one includes a large number of possibilities, from the environmental to autoimmune. Type one diabetes is often referred to as juvenile diabetes along with IDDM, and is an acronym for ‘Insulin Dependent Diabetes Mellitus,’ simply because the affected individual will have to be treated by means of insulin injections.

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This is the result of injury to most of the beta cells within your pancreas which usually creates insulin. In cases where these cells are destroyed, the pancreas will not be able to manufacture insulin any longer, and as a consequence it is going to have to be given via injections.

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Five Ways to Burn More Fat & Tone Muscle With Weight Training

By Andrew Edwards

Many peoplehave the impression that the only benefit of weight training is to build muscle mass and get big. The truth is however, that weight training in its various forms is also great for burning fat and toning muscle.

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Even if you’ve never been to a gym or are opposed to the idea of lifting heavy weights amongst a crowd of sweaty guys please shelve your skepticism and read on.

Let’s take a look at five ways weight training can help you get to where you want to go when it comes to fitness:

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Fall Asleep Faster and Sleep Better

sleep-comfortBy Dathan Hinrichs

Everyone needs their sleep. Good sleep reduces stress, recharges and repairs your body, makes you more alert, and just makes you feel good. For most people an average of seven to nine hours on sleep is fine, but everyone is different, some need more and some need less. If you are having troubles falling asleep or just getting a good night’s sleep it can have negative effects on your daily life.

There are many things you can do to help yourself fall asleep faster, and stay asleep. Your daily routine makes a big difference in your quality and quantity of sleep.

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Causes of Type 1 Diabetes

By Bill Jones

The elements that cause diabetes type one includes a large number of possibilities, from the environmental to autoimmune. Type one diabetes is often referred to as juvenile diabetes along with IDDM, and is an acronym for ‘Insulin Dependent Diabetes Mellitus,’ simply because the affected individual will have to be treated by means of insulin injections. diabetes-writing

This is the result of injury to most of the beta cells within your pancreas which usually creates insulin. In cases where these cells are destroyed, the pancreas will not be able to manufacture insulin any longer, and as a consequence it is going to have to be given via injections.

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What Is Chelation Therapy?

EDTABy Longevity Medical

Chelation therapy is a method of medicine that is used to remove excess heavy metals from your bloodstream. This mainly refers to the excess mercury that can often exist inside your blood, which can cause harm to your cells, and therefore your body.

Chelation (pronounced kee-lay-shun) therapy is accomplished by intravenously introducing a chelating agent, Ethylene diamine tetra-acetic acid (EDTA), which is a synthetic amino acid. EDTA grabs onto the heavy metals and harmful minerals in the blood and allows them to be released in your urine. Sometimes another agent is used intravenously for extreme mercury detoxification, called DMPS. There are also oral chelating agents that are taken in pill form, and is an FDA-approved drug used for the treatment of lead poisoning. It is used to remove mercury from the body, combining with the metals in the bloodstream, then the metals and the drug are removed from the body by your kidneys and excreted through your urine.

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