Month: May 2013
While @ Pertama Complex, KL
it is always a normal scene to see people smokes inside Pertama Complex at Jalan Tunku Abdul Rahman. Tenants and some customers alike puffing away and definitely flouting the law. All air-conditioned areas are No Smoking places.
Why is there no enforcement from the building owner or does the authority check about it. This enforcement is a setback that encourages the public to disregards the rules. Hope the authority clamp down the bad habits and breaching of the rules. Where is the seriousness of the Tak Nak Campaign?
Do you walk? What a silly question uh? Everybody walks if he/she is not limp. What I am trying to tell you is lets walk but gain something from the walk. Not just moving from point A to point B.
A friend sent me this and I’d love to share for health benefit. I just copy and paste and all credits are given to the owner of the graphics and the first person who compose these benefits. Credit too for those who share because this is knowledge that will be shared for the good of the community. Jom Walk!!!
- The human body is made to walk.
- Walking 30 minutes a day cuts the rate of people becoming diabetic by more than half and it cuts the risk of people over 60 becoming diabetic by almost 70 percent.
- Walking cuts the risk of stroke by more than 25 percent.
- Walking reduces hypertension. The body has over 100,000 miles of blood vessels. Those blood vessels are more supple and healthier when we walk.
- Walking cuts the risk of cancer as well as diabetes and stroke.
- Women who walk have a 20 percent lower likelihood of getting breast cancer and a 31 percent lower risk of getting colon cancer.
- Women with breast cancer who walk regularly can reduce their recurrence rate and their mortality rate by over 50 percent.
- The human body works better when we walk. The body resists diseases better when we walk, and the body heals faster when we walk.
- We don’t have to walk a lot. Thirty minutes a day has a huge impact on our health.
- Men who walk thirty minutes a day have a significantly lower level of prostate cancer. Men who walk regularly have a 60 percent lower risk of colon cancer.
- For men with prostate cancer, studies have shown that walkers have a 46 percent lower mortality rate.
- Walking also helps prevent depression, and people who walk regularly are more likely to see improvements in their depression.
- In one study, people who walked and took medication scored twice as well in 30 days as the women who only took the medication. Another study showed that depressed people who walked regularly had a significantly higher level of not being depressed in a year compared to depressed people who did not walk. The body generates endorphins when we walk. Endorphins help us feel good.
- Walking strengthens the heart. Walking strengthens bones.
- Walking improves the circulatory system.
- Walking generates positive neurochemicals. Healthy eating is important but dieting can trigger negative neurochemicals and can be hard to do.
- Walking generates positive neurochemicals. People look forward to walking and enjoy walking.
- And research shows that fit beats fat for many people. Walking half an hour a day has health benefits that exceed the benefits of losing 20 pounds.
- When we walk every day, our bodies are healthier and stronger. A single 30 minute walk can reduce blood pressure by five points for over 20 hours.
- Walking reduces the risk of blood clots in your legs.
- People who walk regularly have much lower risk of deep vein thrombosis.
- People who walk are less likely to catch colds, and when people get colds, walkers have a 46 percent shorter symptom time from their colds.
- Walking improves the health of our blood, as well. Walking is a good boost of high density cholesterol and people with high levels of HDL are less likely to have heart attacks and stroke.
- Walking significantly diminishes the risk of hip fracture and the need for gallstone surgery is 20 to 31 percent lower for walkers.
- Walking is the right thing to do. The best news is that the 30 minutes doesn’t have to be done in one lump of time. Two 15 minute walks achieve the same goals. Three 10 minute walks achieve most of those goals.
- We can walk 15 minutes in the morning and 15 minutes at night and achieve our walking goals.
- Walking feels good. It helps the body heal. It keeps the body healthy. It improves our biological health, our physical health, our psychosocial health, and helps with our emotional health. Walking can literally add years entire years to your life.
Be good to yourself. Be good to your body.
ALL ACCUPRESSURE POINTS ARE IN THE SOLE OF YOUR FEET …..
Malaysian CDM to 27th SEA Games, Myanmar
It has been nominated that Kesatuan Ragbi Malaysia’s President, Datuk Wira Amiruddin Embi will lead the Malaysian contingent to Myanmar 27th SEA Games Edition in December this year. He is the MRU President for 2010/2013 term.
This Domain Renewed
It has been a delay but today this blog has been renewed. The life of this blog has been spared for another year. Hope this renewal will spur and motivate me to post more frequently.
As humans, each of us has his or he ups and downs. There are times when there you have no moods to update or post new materials.