Blog 2018-03-18T06:13:49+00:00


How ‘fit’ should we be at our age? At 20? 40? 60?

“Exercise won’t just help keep you slim, it’s also an important step to fighting the effect of ageing and improving your mental and physical,” says Tim Wright, fitness expert and the man behind Virgin Active’s latest service, Beyond Movement, which incorporates Pilates, sports massage and physiotherapy to ensure you are fit and healthy for your age. “Working out regularly has multiple health benefits at any age but becomes increasingly important as we get older.” How ‘fit’ should we be at our age? Wright has devised a checklist for each generation. While press-ups and burpees (a physical exercise consisting of a squat thrust made from [...]

Zen Buddhism Slows Ageing Process

Zen Buddhist monks’ life expectancy is much longer than the majority of the Earth population. They live up to 120 years, if not longer. And, in general, they are healthy and rarely suffer from serious illnesses. Although official medicine does not recognise Zen practices as an independent healing technique some doctors and medical centres begin utilising it as a supplementary one. It becomes obvious that it allows use less chemical medications and leads to a cleaner recovery without complications. Zen is not a theory, an idea, a dogma, a religion or a piece of knowledge. It is not based on [...]


The book ‘The Obesity paradox’ by Dr. Carl J. Lavie was published in 2014. The author of this ‘poke in the eye of conventional medical wisdom’ Dr. Lavie says that "once you get high blood pressure, blocked heart arteries and peripheral arterial disease, the obese patients do better than the lean patients." Dr. Lavie is Professor of Medicine and Medical Director, Cardiac Rehabilitation and Preventive Cardiology; Director, Exercise Testing Laboratory; and Staff Cardiologist, Echocardiographic Laboratory at the John Ochsner Heart and Vascular Institute in New Orleans, Ochsner Clinical School-The University of Queensland School of Medicine. He has authored over 800 [...]

How to use salt as an anti-bacterial agent

For treating cuts and wounds you just need to apply a cloth saturated in a saline solution* of tepid temperature directly on the injured area. * Saline solution is a mixture of salt and water. Normal saline solution contains roughly 1% sodium chloride (salt), which is similar to the sodium concentration in blood and tears. Saline solution is usually called normal saline, but it’s sometimes referred to as physiological or isotonic saline solution. You can make a saline solution yourself, which is easy and simple. All you need is water (Filtered prefer but tap water will do) and table salt [...]

The word heals, the word kills

According to Buddhism, when people talk, especially when they talk too much and not making much sense, that is how they lose energy. Actually, speech is a main source of the energy loss. Many devotees and saints went to secluded places, so that nothing would encourage them to participate in empty talks. Christians believe that the idle chats are one of the main obstacles on the way of spiritual and material progress. And if we think about it, we form our opinion on a person by the way he speaks. Speech reveals the essence of the person. While a person [...]

Amazing study reveals more about Omega 3 fatty acids Omega-3s and Your Memory

If there weren’t already enough health benefits to encourage you to add more Omega-3 to your diet, then perhaps the findings of Dr. Fuller-Looney’s study published in the American Academy of Neurology’s journal “Neurology” will do it. The study has found that not getting enough Omega-3s in your diet is responsible for problems related to your memory and thinking. About the Study The study was conducted at the Easton Center for Alzheimer’s Disease Research and the Division of Geriatrics, University of California in Los Angeles. The researchers used 1,575 people of an average age of 67 who were free of [...]


Getting active is not just about adding years to your life, it’s about adding life to your years. First and foremost, Life is Movement. And our modern life pushes us to move faster and in many directions at the same time. Work gets busier... traffic gets worse... kids demand more attention and expenses... we desperately need a holiday, etc. We move a lot but those movements are often chaotic. With time we notice that our bodies, our joints and bones are getting tired and cannot cope with all that load as we used to be able to cope. As we [...]

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