If there is one thing that the body really hates it is extremes of anything for too long. That doesn’t mean, however, that you should want or expect a life devoid of difficult situations. Unexpected, scary and challenging events are a natural part of living and we deliberately experiment and take risks in the hope of achieving satisfaction. The body has a system to deal with the ups and downs of living, one that enables it to maintain, or return to a healthy balance. The body utilizes pairs of opposites to work together – for example, chemicals, responses, muscles – to enable controlled actions to occur throughout the body.
Monthly Archive: July 2010
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Natural ventilation has its shortcoming: on days when there is little wind, some parts of the house will be poorly ventilated; on cold days, the incoming air may be too cold for comfort; or you may have hay fever and need to shut windows during the pollen season. The effects of inadequate ventilation include increased interior humidity and higher levels of interior pollutants.
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Everyone emits a huge sigh of relief when the teenage years are past, confident that the days of fighting acne are gone forever. I hate to burst this happy bubble, but I actually treat more acne in adults than in adolescents. Understandably, acne in adulthood is very distressing to patients, and they are often clueless as to how to rid themselves of it.
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