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4 Tips on Healthy Ageing

Post by chirosportscogee » Mon Oct 31, 2011 1:14 am

Healthy ageing is an important factor in everyone’s life. There is so much media information about pressure on our health care system, and the angst of families looking after incapacitated relatives. Chronic diseases are increasing and yet many of us don’t find the time to keep our biological age as young as possible. We have discussed and come up with what we consider to be the four easiest things you can be aware of today and everyday to help your ageing process:

1. Pain threshold. Having a low threshold for pain is excellent for your health. That’s right, a low pain threshold. Pain is your body’s mechanism for telling you that something is wrong. Do something about small pain, notice dull pain and act by listening to your body.

2. You are about 70% water. Your healthy cellular function needs to maintain this balance. Your ageing process is a reflection of the health of your cells. Hydrated cells are well maintained if you have a 70% fresh food content in your food and drink choices each day.

3. Use it or lose it. More movement, more life. Human function becomes impaired by stagnation. In the simplest ways, increase your gentle joint, and muscle group movement to keep the function optimal of your joints and structure.

4. Mind your thoughts. Scientific research shows that positive thoughts decrease stress hormones in your body. Avoiding chronic stress and replacing negative thought processes is an important factor in staying young.


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Re: 4 Tips on Healthy Ageing

Post by KenDowns » Mon Oct 31, 2011 10:41 am

Not only should he be banned, his posts should be cleared. No reason to let the guy use our forum for his google feeding.

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Re: 4 Tips on Healthy Ageing

Post by Jungledoc » Mon Oct 31, 2011 4:35 pm

Ban!

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Re: 4 Tips on Healthy Ageing

Post by CorlessJohnJ » Wed Nov 02, 2011 1:19 pm

What do you guys mean ban? Is he trying to use this site to promote his own or something?

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Re: 4 Tips on Healthy Ageing

Post by TimD » Wed Nov 02, 2011 2:34 pm

I haven't seen him break any of the rules, he's just kind of an annoyance. The system has it so he can't do links, but the minute he does, he's history.


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Re: 4 Tips on Healthy Ageing

Post by KenDowns » Wed Nov 02, 2011 3:35 pm

I guess when it comes to benefit of the doubt, I'm a softie, asking not to call new posters "unconfirmed spammer"

Then when it comes to people posting opinion w/o participating in discussion in any way, i go all blood-and-guts and want them banned.

That's just me.

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Re: 4 Tips on Healthy Ageing

Post by Jungledoc » Wed Nov 02, 2011 3:46 pm

He's just posting mass-distributed stuff here without participating or discussing. If he's a chiropractor, he probably has some knowledge and expertise, or at least opinions that would be relevant to many of our discussions. But he just posts boiler-plate and then has nothing to do with us. You'd just be banning the boiler plate, not the person, since there's no person here anyway.

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Re: 4 Tips on Healthy Ageing

Post by CorlessJohnJ » Thu Nov 03, 2011 1:06 pm

Jungledoc wrote:He's just posting mass-distributed stuff here without participating or discussing. If he's a chiropractor, he probably has some knowledge and expertise, or at least opinions that would be relevant to many of our discussions. But he just posts boiler-plate and then has nothing to do with us. You'd just be banning the boiler plate, not the person, since there's no person here anyway.

ok I understand now. Thought it was kinda out of the blue the way he started his threads.

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Re: 4 Tips on Healthy Ageing

Post by Jungledoc » Thu Nov 03, 2011 4:08 pm

So, Tim, if it doesn't contain a link it's not against the rules? It sure seems to be contrary to the spirit of the rules, just posting a bunch of self-promoting text that contributes nothing to the board.

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Re: 4 Tips on Healthy Ageing

Post by Oscar_Actuary » Thu Nov 03, 2011 5:25 pm

Jungledoc wrote:So, Tim, if it doesn't contain a link it's not against the rules? It sure seems to be contrary to the spirit of the rules, just posting a bunch of self-promoting text that contributes nothing to the board.
don't talk that way about John Corless

oh snap.

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Re: 4 Tips on Healthy Ageing

Post by CorlessJohnJ » Thu Nov 03, 2011 11:00 pm

Oscar_Actuary wrote:
Jungledoc wrote:So, Tim, if it doesn't contain a link it's not against the rules? It sure seems to be contrary to the spirit of the rules, just posting a bunch of self-promoting text that contributes nothing to the board.
don't talk that way about John Corless

oh snap.

once again a like button is needed here hahaha

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Re: 4 Tips on Healthy Ageing

Post by Ironman » Fri Nov 04, 2011 3:51 am

I don't think it's self promoting. I think it's just some epic spam fail.

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Re: 4 Tips on Healthy Ageing

Post by TimD » Fri Nov 04, 2011 5:47 am

Ditto what Ironman said. He should have at least put them in the visitor article section, though.


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