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Workaholic

Workaholic is a person who is addicted to work. The term does not always imply that the person actually enjoys his work; it can imply that he simply feels compelled to do it. There is no generally accepted medical definition of such a condition, although some forms of stress, obsessive-compulsive personality disorder and obsessive-compulsive disorder can be work-related. Workaholism is not the same as working hard. Despite logging in an extraordinary amount of hours and sacrificing their health and loved ones for their jobs, workaholics are frequently ineffective employees.

Although the term workaholic usually has a negative connotation, it is sometimes used by people wishing to express their devotion to one’s career in positive terms. The “work” in question is usually associated with a paying job, but it may also refer to independent pursuits such as sports, music and art. A workaholic in the negative sense is popularly characterized by a neglect of family and other social relations.

Clinical researcher Professor Bryan Robinson identifies two axes for workaholics: work initiation and work completion. He associates the behavior of procrastination with both “Savoring Workaholics” and “Attention-Deficit Workaholics” – those with high work initiation and low work completion, in contrast to “Bulimic” and “Relentless” workaholics – both of whom have high work completion.

Workaholics feel the urge of being busy all the time, to the point that they often perform tasks that aren’t required or necessary for project completion. As a result, they tend to be inefficient workers, since they focus on being busy, instead of focusing on being productive. In addition, workaholics tend to be less effective than other workers because it’s difficult for them to be team players, they have trouble delegating or entrusting co-workers, or they take on so much that they aren’t as organized as others. Furthermore, workaholics often suffer sleep deprivation which results in impaired brain and cognitive function.

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Work Life Balance

Work-life balance is a broad concept including proper prioritizing between “work” (career and ambition) on one hand and “life” (pleasure, leisure, family and spiritual development) on the other. Related, though broader, terms include “lifestyle balance” and “life balance”.

The expression was first used in the late 1970s to describe the balance between an individual’s work and personal life. In the United States, this phrase was first used in 1986.Over the past twenty-five years; there has been a substantial increase in work which is felt to be due, in part, by information technology and by an intense, competitive work environment. Long-term loyalty and a “sense of corporate community” have been eroded by a performance culture that expects more and more from their employees yet offers little security in return. Many experts predicted that technology would eliminate most household chores and provide people with much more time to enjoy leisure activities; but many ignore this option, encouraged by prevailing consumerist culture and a political agenda that has “elevated the work ethic to unprecedented heights and thereby reinforced the low value and worth attached to parenting”. Many Americans are experiencing burnout due to overwork and increased stress. This condition is seen in nearly all occupations from blue collar workers to upper management. Over the past decade, a rise in workplace violence increased in levels of absenteeism as well as rising workers’ compensation claims are all evidence of an unhealthy work life balance.Employee assistance professionals say there are many causes for this situation ranging from personal ambition and the pressure of family obligations to the accelerating pace of technology. According to a recent study for the Center for Work-Life Policy, 1.7 million people consider their jobs and their work hours excessive because of globalization. These difficult and exhausting conditions are having adverse effects.

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Will Power Booster

You’re sure you’re going to do it this time. Absolutely convinced. And your will power holds out for a day or so. Somehow, some way, your brain talks you into forgetting your commitment and your will power evaporates. Poof! Gone – like a frog in front of Harry Potter’s wand. There is an old Chinese proverb which says: ‘Great souls have wills; feeble ones have only wishes.’ Will power is what propels ideas into reality. But as you know, will power can be overcome by mysterious forces that make you forget why you originally committed to a goal. What you need to do is communicate to the deeper part of you that you really want to achieve what you set out to do. Boosting your will power in this part of your mind – your subconscious – will make things so much easier. You are educating your instincts to come into line with your conscious thoughts, and getting your whole mind to ‘pull together’. Think the strength of your will as a laser like beam of ‘intentional focus.’ All great plans and projects begin within the imagination but it is the strength of your will that brings them to fruition. Hypnosis can increase the power of your will because hypnosis also uses a narrowed focus of attention.

‘Will power’ is an interesting concept. You will hear many people bemoaning the fact that they don’t have enough will power to achieve what they want to achieve, but relatively few will really address the question of how you go about boosting your will power. A relatively short induction leads the client through a simple and natural process of relaxation designed to establish an optimum learning state in the brain. For really good learning to occur, all extraneous distractions have to be excluded from attention.

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What Others Think

People would like to reassure that they are not the only one who worries about what other people think of them. They are confident that, more often than not, people want to be liked, respected, and appreciated by their peers and elders.

It sounds to me that it is very important for people to be accepted by one peers, otherwise they would not have written them. Perhaps this importance will lessen over time. In reference to their sense of humor, everybody has a sense of humor of some kind. It takes all kinds of humor to make the world go round. Some people have a witty sense of humor while others have a dry sense of humor. Regardless of what kind of sense of humor that people feel one have, nurture it, build on it, and don’t let anybody, boyfriend included, try to tear it down or minimize its importance to them.They agree that with long term friendship comes a certain comfort level. Remember that, even with that comfort level, one has to read each person and each relationship before venturing into the joke telling and physical touching arena. People will be surprised how the people whom they thought would be open to joke telling and playfulness take offense to it, while the people whom one think will be offended are open to all kinds of playfulness. Also, just because somebody is uncomfortable with physical contact, it does not necessarily mean they think any less of them. They may simply be uncomfortable within themselves.

People want to focus on the positive energy that they are getting from other. Life is too short to worry about ‘what others think of you. It might be helpful if people confide in their closest friend and ask him or her if, in their opinion, they are being offensive if any way.

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Weight Management

Weight management means keeping your body weight at a healthy level.

Regular exercise and a healthy diet are crucial when it comes to controlling your weight. A weight management plan depends on whether you are overweight or underweight.An easy way to determine your own desirable body weight is to use the following formula:
• Women: 100 pounds for the first 5 feet of height plus 5 pounds for each additional inch.
• Men: 106 pounds of body weight for the first 5 feet of height plus 6 pounds for each additional inch.

For a small body frame, 10% should be subtracted. For a large frame, 10% should be added.Body fat and body mass measurements are used to determine whether a person is under- or overweight. A registered dietitian or exercise physiologist can help you calculate your body fat. The recommended amount of body fat differs for men and women.

For women:
• The recommended amount of body fat is 20 – 21%.
• The average American woman has approximately 22 – 25% body fat.

For men:
• The recommended amount of body fat is 13 – 17%.
• The average American man has approximately 17 – 19% body fat.
• A man with 25% body fat or higher is considered obese.

Body mass index (BMI) is an indirect measurement of your body composition. It takes into consideration both your weight and height. BMI helps determine your risk for certain diseases, including diabetes and hypertension.

To maintain your weight, you can use the following formula:
• 10 calories per pound of desirable body weight if you are sedentary or very obese
• 13 calories per pound of desirable body weight if your activity level is low, or if you are over age 55
• 15 calories per pound of desirable body weight if you regularly do moderate activity

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Weight Loss Motivation

Motivation is one of the most important factors which determines how successful we are at what we do. It is the driving force that gives us the will to accomplish tasks and eventually succeed at reaching an ultimate goal. Motivation levels can vary each day depending on how we feel, or how we view certain experiences. For anyone to succeed at slimming motivation will be the most important part to work at, it will provide us with the determination to get up and exercise even if we don’t feel up to it. Motivation also drives us to stick to the low fat selections and recipes required to keep our progress moving.The strength of your motivation will determine how successful you are in your weight loss efforts as the more you progress and lose weight the more difficult it will be to lose more as the body is pushed past its natural set points. Many top conditioning coaching admit that its possible to gain amazing results when an individual’s motivation is high, even if the training program is not “scientifically correct”.

Most dieters will have some degree of motivation as they have already decided to take action. The most common reason people lose interest in exercise / dieting is due to unrealistic goals. Some see the images in the media or television and this coveys the message of how we are supposed to look, adverts enforce these images with false promises like “you too can have a body like this!”, and we believe it! When the desired goals aren’t reached we’re made to believe we have failed.We need to put these images into prospective and realise that most of the population just do not have the genetic predisposition to look like the models in the magazines, plus most images are now adjusted by computers to look better than they actually are.

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Weight Loss Hypnosis Pack

Hypnopuncture is a revolutionary weight loss treatment combining hypnosis with acupuncture. An Easy Weight Loss Pack provides the benefits of a course of Hypnopuncture treatments from the comfort of your own home. Each pack contains a set of powerful, life-changing hypnosis CDs, along with two bottles of metabolism boosting energy essence and essential appetite busting ear seeds. With this pack you can lose 2-4lbs a week by just eating sensibly and exercising regularly – and the weight loss is long term, unlike dieting.The hypnosis CDs are designed to work powerfully on changing your subconscious attitudes towards food, giving you more control over your eating habits. These six hypnosis sessions will help you stop snacking, eliminate comfort and emotional eating, reduce portion sizes and empower you to make healthier nutritional choices. Each hypnosis CD will have a positive effect on your self-esteem and sense of well-being and will dramatically increase your motivation and energy levels. The ear seeds are placed on the outer ear and when pressed throughout the day, give you a practical way to gain more control over snacking and food cravings, as they stimulate the points associated with appetite. The energy essences work on your meridians to clear any blockages in your lifeforce qi, which has a beneficial effect on your digestive and metabolic systems. Full instructions for using the pack are included, along with a useful nutrition guide for getting grips with a healthier diet. This amazing slimmers toolkit has been developed at Middlesex University’s School of Health and is unique in the UK. The weight loss session is the same one that one use in the office with their clients, and all their sessions include motivation which they really need, to keep them going, and they may actually enjoy losing weight and more.

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Weight Loss Healthy Eating

Here are the top 8 healthy weight loss tips that make healthy weight loss & nutrition easy and fun. These 10 healthy nutritional eating tips apply to everyone interested in living healthy, long into the 21st century:
• When you first feel a pang of hunger, don’t reach for the regular sugary carbo snack, instead, reach for an 8 oz. glass of clean purified water. This will suppress the feeling of hunger that’s often mistaken when the body really wants water anyway.
• At every meal time, stop eating when you are about 80% complete. It takes the brain about 20 minutes to register food is on the way and this is a great way to control the serving size and still eat well.
• When indulging on “evil” foods like desert trays (we all do), don’t try to eat them all! Instead take 1 or 2 samples and really enjoy each without guilt.
• Eat lots of fresh fruits between meals and the best time to eat fruit is either 20 minutes before a meal or midway between meals as it help regulate your blood sugar and diminish cravings.
• Eat fresh vegetables with every lunch and evening meal. When you are selecting the main course always try to avoid mixing proteins (meats) with starches (breads and potatoes).
• Limit animal protein consumption to not more than 4-5 servings per week which means some days you should be consuming vegetarian dishes.
• Do not drink liquids with your meals. If you are thirsty, try to have a glass of clean water 10 minutes or so before the meal. While you are eating, you want your body to be efficient at digesting the foods and absorbing the nutrients you are consuming. This also helps with natural body cleansing functions & efficiency.

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Weight Loss

Weight loss, in the context of medicine, health or physical fitness, is a reduction of the total body mass, due to a mean loss of fluid, body fat or adipose tissue and lean mass, namely bone mineral deposits, muscle, tendon and other connective tissue. It can occur unintentionally due to an underlying disease or can arise from a conscious effort to improve an actual or perceived overweight or obese state.

Unintentional weight loss occurs in many diseases and conditions, including some very serious diseases such as cancer, AIDS, and a variety of other diseases.Poor management of type 1 diabetes mellitus, also known as insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus (IDDM), leads to an excessive amount of glucose and an insufficient amount of insulin in the bloodstream. This triggers the release of triglycerides from adipose (fat) tissue and catabolism (breakdown) of amino acids in muscle tissue. This results in a loss of both fat and lean mass, leading to a significant reduction in total body weight. Note that untreated type 1 diabetes mellitus will usually not produce weight loss, as these patients get acutely ill before they would have had time to lose weight.In addition to weight loss due to a reduction in fat and lean mass, illnesses such as diabetes, certain medications, lack of fluid intake and other factors can trigger fluid loss. Infections such as HIV may alter metabolism, leading to weight loss.Hormonal disruptions, such as an overactive thyroid (hyperthyroidism), may also exhibit as weight loss.Recent research has shown fidgeting to result in significant weight loss.

Some causes of unintentional weight loss:
• Renal disease. Patients who have uremia often have poor or absent appetite, emesis and nausea. This can cause weight loss.
• Cardiac disease. Cardiovascular disease, especially congestive heart failure, may cause unexplained weight loss.
• Pulmonary disease.
• Connective tissue disease
• Neurologic disease, including dementia

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Wedding Nerves

People wedding day is going to be one of the most important of their life. So in turn it is only common that they are a bit nervous about the events that are going to take place. The fact of the matter is that every person who gets married is a bit nervous in their own unique way. Some people get more wedding nerves than others, but everyone tends to run into this problem in some way, shape, or form. But the good thing about wedding nerves is that there is nothing wrong with them in most cases. Generally speaking they will get wedding nerves because they are taking the next big step in their life. Unfortunately, there are some more severe cases that they need to be aware of though.

One of the best ways to deal with wedding nerves is to concentrate on breathing. This may sound a bit too easy, but the fact of the matter is that it can work when your wedding nerves start to kick into high gear. By taking deep breaths they will be able to get the air that they need, and calm down to the point of being able to function on a normal level. Do not overlook this method of dealing with wedding nerves; it can be one of the easiest ways to overcome this problem as much as possible.

Another thing that one can do to help deal with wedding nerves is to simply be prepared. In other words, if they know what to expect and how to deal with any situation they will not be as nervous. Some people get wedding nerves because they are afraid of what will happen; they are afraid of the unknown. But if they are fully prepared for anything that may come up, chances are that they will not be as nervous before and during their wedding.

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