Aerobics

Aerobics

Using the same large muscle group, rhythmically, for a period of 15 to 20 minutes or longer while maintaining 60-80% of your maximum heart rate. Think of aerobic activity as being long in duration yet low in intensity. Aerobic activities include: walking, biking, jogging, swimming, aerobic classes and cross-country skiing. Anaerobic activity is short in duration and high in intensity. Anaerobic activities include: racquetball, downhill skiing, ....

Weight Lifting

Weight Lifting

Get free tips for weight lifting, know how to do exercise, what machine to use, diet and many more.

Body Building 3

Body Building 3

Individuals at Fitness Level 3 have a lot of experience with resistance training, but would like more results than they are currently getting. A few things to note prior to beginning a new program include: 1) Determining the correct resistance level: In general, use enough resistance to fatigue your muscles when you have completed the appropriate number of repetitions within a set. If you cannot complete all the repetitions within a set, decrease the amount of resistance.

Body Building 2

Body Building 2

Individuals at Fitness Level 2 have experience with resistance training, but would like more results than they are currently getting. A few things to note prior to beginning a new program include: 1 Determining the correct resistance level: In general, use enough resistance to fatigue your muscles when you have completed the appropriate number of repetitions within a set. If you cannot complete all the repetitions within a set, decrease the amount of resistance.

Body Building 1

Body Building 1

Individuals at Fitness Level 1 have not regularly participated in a strength training program and should begin slowly. The following is only a guideline, you should consult your physician prior to beginning any new exercise program! If you are not familiar with resistance work and have purchased hand weights, tubing, bands etc... purchase a video that shows the proper technique and form to use - NEVER try an exercise without knowing the correct way to perform it.

Body Building

Body Building

In general, people who want to build muscle will want to strive for fitness level 3. While those who want to firm up/tone should stick with fitness levels 1 or 2. After you select a level, you will notice that within each is a strength component, an aerobic component and a flexibility component. In order to see results, you must do some type of aerobic activity to decrease body fat and you should also stretch the muscles before and after strength training ....

Family Genetics

Family Genetics

This text is written so that even you who have forgotten much of what you may have learned about genetics will understand it. Therefore, the description is as simple as possible (some details of minor importance have been omitted or simplified).

Unani

Unani

Arz is actually the ase aftermath which follows once the disease has struck which does not determine the exact cause of the disease as an alamat can-in diarrhoea , for example, dehydration is a major after-effect. Sometimes, repercussions of one disease cause another disease. If the body breaks into a fever due to an infection, the arz which is the fever becomes the disease and causes another arz which is bodyache. Thus, a chain forms between sabab, marz and arz.

Reiki

Reiki

The first is an actual copy of Hawayo Takata’s calligraphy and the other is the style commonly used by the Reiki Alliance (another international organization of (Reiki). Both are Japanese calligraphy for Reiki.’Rei’ is defined as Universal life giving and, like the rays of the sun, it gives life to living things. It is all-knowing; a spiritual consciousness.’Ki’ is defined as energy:this energy or life force flows through all things that are alive.’Ki’ is also known as Light, Prana, Chi, Cosmic Energy, or Universal Radiant Energy.

Naturopathy

Naturopathy

Nature cure is a constructive method of treatment which aims at removing the basic cause of disease through the rational use of the elements freely available in nature. It is not only a system of healing, but also a way of life, in tune with the internal vital forces or natural elements comprising the human body. It is a complete revolution in the art and science of living. Fasting refers to complete abstinence from food for a short or long ...

Homoeopathy

Homoeopathy

The basis of homoeopathy is a basic natural principle. In Latin this principle is stated as similia similibus curentur (’Let likes be treated by likes’) first propounded by Hippocrates. That is to say, that to cure any disease a drug must be found which is capable of producing similar symptoms when tested on healthy humans. Or in other words, a drug can only cure that which it can produce. The common person understands ...

Ayurveda

Ayurveda

According to Ayurveda, body is composed of three fundamental elements called doshas, dhatus, malas. The doshas governs the physciologcal activities of the body, while the dhatus enter into the formation of a basic structure of a body cell, thereby performing some specific actions. The malas are substances which are partly utilised in the body and partly excreted in a modified form after serving their physiological functions. These three elements are ...

Abdominal Pain

Abdominal Pain

A relatively common complaint, Abdominal pain can be less serious if due to indigestion, wind, etc., but may be serious when caused, for example, by a perforation in part of the bowel or by appendicitis. As it is a area first aid for which it is very difficult to give precise Guidelines, common sense has to be used.

Coma

Coma

Alertness, decreased; changes in consciousness; coma; decreased consciousness; loss of alertness; mental status, decreased; stuporous

Jaundice

Jaundice

Jaundice is a condition produced when excess amounts of bilirubin circulating in the blood stream dissolve in the subcutaneous fat, causing a yellowish appearance of the skin and the whites of the eyes.

Yellow Fever

Yellow Fever

An insect-borne tropical disease characterized by Fever, jaundice (yellow skin and eyes), and hemorrhage.

Typhoid Fever

Typhoid Fever

Typhoid are spread by contaminated food, drink, or water. Following ingestion, the bacteria spread from the intestine to the intestinal lymph nodes, liver, and spleen via the blood where they multiply. Salmonella may directly infect the gallbladder through the hepatic duct or spread to other areas of the body through the bloodstream.

Influenza

Influenza

There are three types of influenza virus. All are spread from person to person by inhaling infected droplets from the air. Type A is usually responsible for the large outbreaks and is a constantly changing virus

Dengue Fever

Dengue Fever

Dengue fever is caused by several related viruses and is transmitted by the bite of mosquitoes, most commonly Aedes aegypti, found in tropic and subtropic regions. Dengue fever presents with sudden onset of a high Fever, often to 104 to 105 degrees Fahrenheit, headache, and slightly later the appearance of joint and muscle pains.

Pneumonia

Pneumonia

Pneumonia is a very common, serious illness and affects about 1 out of 100 people each year. It is caused by many different organisms and can range in seriousness from mild to life-threatening illness. There are different categories of pneumonia.