October 24th, 2013 | Matthew
Believe it or not, salt can be a very important agent in combating mental health issues. Specifically chronic depression. Many people are unaware of the fact, that salt acts as an anti stress agent. In many areas health professionals commonly use the agents in rock salt in different remedies to combat depression. Many anti depression medications specially have salt in them to actually keep serotonin and melatonin levels correctly functioning in the brain properly. In various patients that struggle with depression, studies indicate that therapies that contain salt are sixty percent more effective then those that do not have salt. Another benefit to salt in the diet, is extremely important, and be present in order to regulate the PH balance in human blood. Salt also effectively can get rid of excess saliva in the human mouth. So the many advantages to salt are many and varied.
October 16th, 2013 | Matthew
Being the main clown of the circus, there were mandatory circus workshops that the man needed to attend. There was one that he was dreading to take because it involved acts that were sure to scare the children and some of the adults. This class was offered before the start of the busiest season. He went to the first one that was offered so that he could get everything over with and get back to the job that he knew best. There were only a few people at the class, but these people were dressed in a way that he had never seen in a clown. The darkly dressed instructor appeared, and the man had the worst feeling. As the instructor stood in front of the class, he led them down a dark hall that would be the test of a lifetime.
October 14th, 2013 | Matthew
As an architect, my father has always been obsessed with decorative aggregates. And-as an intellectual-I have never found them interesting. Although I’m very aware that they can increase the aesthetic appeal of a room by enhancing concrete substrates, the thought of engaging anyone in a conversation about the subject never appealed to me. Personally, I’d prefer to stay shut up in my room reading a philosophical work by Heidegger or Nietzsche if the discourse is going to be confined to the material realm. If I can’t get into a conversation about the abstract and invisible aspects of existence and identity, I’ll grow bored and eventually resent the person with whom I’m conversing. When I shared this information with my father one warm Sunday morning over two pots of coffee and french toast, he said we’d just have to stop talking then. And that’s what happened, unfortunately.
October 9th, 2013 | Matthew
While out with drinks, one of my friends noticed that I seemed to bit a bit lethargic and less excited than I usually am. This friend mentioned that I should try reiki Auckland, noting that it did wonders for her and it would be an excellent new life experience, if nothing else. Since she’s usually been pretty on the nose with this sort of stuff, I gave it a shot.
After entering, I was soon greeted by the professional. His schedule was free and his last client was just heading out. I noticed how at peace that client seemed to be and was sure this could work. After some small talk and mentioning how I came to hear about the place, he began. It’s similar to acupuncture, but instead of needles, only touches at certain points. As he progressed along my body, I could feel myself relax and become at peace.