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What you are not aware of will make you vulnerable. Too many people have confusion and procrastination about health. Most hope that we would keep fit for life. Even if we do not get motivated to stay healthy, in the end it's our families and loved ones who would emotionally suffer from our malady. And thus, we must make an effort for us and our loved ones. We have all the how-to knowledge nowadays.
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These notes are collected over years. Read them at your own risk.

Always consult the latest sources, and seek professional advice for serious issues.

Each person's situation is different and unique because of variety of factors involved.

First Aid

Heart can stop only for a max of 20 min. Thus , CPR+AED training must be attended.

Automatic alarms IOT devices should be used for your vulnerable loved ones.

Top 10 Causes Of Death


Consolidated medical KB

The body is a very sophisticated set of various organs working synegetically to support our everyday life. As such, it should be taken care as and when you become older.

Unbiased Health Discussion Topics -

Why healthy lifestyle is important - Even if your insurance covers full hospitalization bills or you have lots of money, your life is still at stake from common risk factors such as deadly lung infection.

Take note of major health operations done on you and families (date, cause of issue, other relevant details) as they'll be useful in future.

Human growth hormone is the key to graceful aging and can only be exerted through exercises.

Your health issue could (even) be triggered from same things you have been doing for years - drinking same tea, medication, food (till the point your body can't tolerate inflammation or allergic reactions anymore)

Measurement is important to track progress or ensure our weight is within acceptable range because we tend to slip sometimes and put on our weight.

Without measurement of our weight and status while we are working on to be healthy is like sailing on the sea hoping that we reach an island one day.

To achieve a true sense of wellness, it is important for your body to maintain an alkaline level of pH 7.4. 

Ensure you have adequate health and life insurance policies in place to protect your family financially.

Your weight is 80% defined by what you eat, and 20% by exercise.

Healthy habits like Gargling salt water may make you drink lots of salts.

If you're not near sighted, use powerless computer spectle when working on computer. Using eye spec catered for farsight increase the power coz u r using more than u need.

Never do strenuous exercise as soon as you wake up as your muscles might not be warming enough for full function. You might get injured.

Antibodies are proteins made by the immune system to fight bacteria, viruses, and toxins.

If your parents are over 60 (or when you reach that age), the age's not supposed to work in machinery risky environment. One slippery can take out the life. (source: death incident news)

Back pain - If your chair is not comfortable, invest in a good ergonomic chair. You're spending more than 40 hours a week by sitting.

Don't give your compatible medicine to others who may be in serious implication with it

Minimize the amount of choice in your diet to lose weight

Hypoxia is a condition in which the body or a region of the body is deprived of adequate oxygen supply at the tissue level. Hypoxia may be classified as either generalized, affecting the whole body, or local, affecting a region of the body

Mental Health - Bipola - extreme highs an lows mood swing -

Weight loss/lean products are not paid off compared to intermittent fasting and eating less high-quality clean food.


Shelf life after opening of prescription medicines and supplements - Best: 30 days, Optimal: 45-90 days, Max: 1 year -

Immune System ➼ Habits

Sleep on time and maintain sufficient enough sleep each day.


Eat healthy - protein, fat, and complex carbohydrates from vegetables.

No alcohol

No smoking

Reduce stress

Lung health: avoid smoking, and avoid places with a lot of dust or harsh chemicals

If you're in Diarrhea, your immunity is weak, animal study revealed "Impacts of diarrhea on the immune system, intestinal environment, and expression of PGRPs in New Zealand rabbits" -

Oil Pulling with Coconut Oil

Immune System ➼ Supplements

Supplements are not more important than hygiene and should be treated as last line.

A known advice: Supplements must be rotated to avoid risk of potential contamination from supply chain pollution. Because one vendor will always use same supplier. Not every bottle may be checked for contamination.

Hyssop, Oregano, Cat’s Claw and Anise -

EGCG known to possess antiviral activities against a wide range of DNA viruses and RNA viruses -

Green Propolis

Immune System ➼ Diet

Chicken Soup. Chicken soup has been recommended as a remedy for the common cold for hundreds of years — and for good reason

Broths. Similar to chicken soup, broths are excellent sources of hydration while you're sick. ...


Coconut Water

Hot Tea



Spicy Foods.

No-sugar Yogurt

Source of vitamins, minerals, calories and protein, which are nutrients your body needs in larger quantities while you’re sick


Not having enough fruits and vegetables → high blood pressure → causes kidney problems/sleep apnea/.. → leads to heart attack/stroke

Smoking/Overweight/Too much alcohol → high blood pressure → causes kidney problems/sleep apnea/.. → leads to heart attack/stroke

Too much salt → high blood pressure → causes kidney problems/sleep apnea/.. → leads to heart attack/stroke

Too much calcium → weaken your bones → create kidney stones → interfere with how your heart and brain work.

Extreme dieters are also at risk of dehydration, electrolyte imbalance, low blood pressure and high uric acid, which could lead to gout or kidney stones.

Most paper takeout containers  contained elevated levels of fluorine known to cause reproductive, developmental, liver, kidney and immunological problems in laboratory animals. It may also be associated with low birth rate and thyroid disruption.

Caffeine causes a short but sudden increase in blood pressure. Research has not shown that drinking 3-4 cups of coffee a day increases the risk of kidney disease or increases rate of decline of kidney function.

Two main causes of chronic kidney disease are diabetes and high blood pressure, which are responsible for up to two-thirds of the cases.

Proteinuria may be related to temporary conditions, like dehydration, or more serious kidney damage. 

CKD Diet: How much protein is the right amount?

Kidney Stone

Drink enough water. A 2015 meta-analysis from the National Kidney Foundation found that people who produced 2 to 2.5 liters of urine daily were 50% less likely to develop kidney stones than those who produced less.

Skip high-oxalate foods. Such foods, which include spinach, beets, and almonds, obviously raise oxalate levels in the body. However, moderate amounts of low-oxalate foods, such as chocolate and berries, are okay.

Studies have shown that drinking ½ cup of lemon juice concentrate diluted in water each day, or the juice of two lemons, can increase urine citrate and likely reduce kidney stone risk

A high-sodium diet can trigger kidney stones because it increases the amount of calcium in your urine.

Cut back on animal protein. Eating too much animal protein, such as meat, eggs, and seafood, boosts the level of uric acid.

Apple cider vinegar contains acetic acid. Acetic acid helps dissolve kidney stones. In addition to flushing out the kidneys, apple cider vinegar can help ease pain caused by the stones.


Cirrhosis is the result of chronic or long-term scarring and damage to the liver. The damage may be the result of a kidney disease, or it can be caused by conditions like hepatitis and chronic alcoholism.

Chronic alcohol use

Fat accumulation around the liver (nonalcoholic fatty liver disease)

Chronic viral hepatitis


Influenza, or the flu




Poor air quality or frequent exposure to lung irritants like chemical fumes

What to do by left family member

A weak immune system


Family history, with the AATD gene being linked to COPD

History of respiratory infections as a child

Exposure to environmental factors, such as diesel fumes.

A lower body weight

Proximity to others with TB

Regular use of certain medications like corticosteroids or drugs that suppress the immune system

Infants and young children, those over the age of 65 as well as those with chronic diseases such as diabetes, cancer and heart disease are at the greatest risk of developing severe pneumonia. I

Why is pneumonia so common and severe?

No vaccines are available for many microbes that infect the lungs.


Abdominal fat > type 2 diabetes and heart disease |

Diabetes. High blood sugar contributes to higher levels of a dangerous cholesterol called very-low-density lipoprotein (VLDL) and lower HDL cholesterol. High blood sugar also damages the lining of your arteries

Sugar → Diabetes → Artery clogging → Stroke → Medication → Kidney → Liver

Metabolic syndrome is a cluster of conditions that occur together, increasing your risk of heart disease, stroke and type 2 diabetes, blood pressure, high blood sugar, excess body fat around the waist, and abnormal cholesterol or triglyceride levels.


A stroke occurs when an artery in your brain is blocked or leaks. During a stroke, you feel sudden numbness and confusion or have trouble walking and seeing.

High blood pressure forces your heart to work harder to pump blood to the rest of your body. This causes part of your heart (left ventricle) to thicken. A thickened left ventricle increases your risk of heart attack, heart failure and sudden cardiac death

Family history of stroke determines your likelihood of your heart diseases.

Ischaemic Heart Disease is another term for coronary heart disease or coronary artery disease.

The term “ischaemic” refers to inadequate blood flow as the arteries may be blocked or narrowed, making it difficult for the arteries to supply blood to the heart.

A stroke will cause significant speech impairment which in turn affects occupation as every job requires communication.

LDL can build up in your arteries and form fatty, waxy deposits called plaques. High level of LDL cholesterol raise your risk for heart disease and stroke.

HDL absorbs cholesterol and carries it back to the liver. The liver then flushes it from the body. High levels of HDL cholesterol can lower your risk for heart disease and stroke.

Foods to avoid if you have high cholesterol levels include white bread, white potatoes, and white rice, whole-fat dairy products, and any highly processed sugars or flours.

Fried foods and red meat should also be avoided, as well as foods high in saturated fats.

Foods that have been shown to reduce cholesterol include fatty fish, walnuts and other nuts, oatmeal, psyllium (and other soluble fibers), and foods fortified with plant sterols or stanols.

Study suggests lower LDL cholesterol is better

Blood protein known as apolipoprotein B (apoB) indicates the number of cholesterol-laden particles circulating in the blood—a truer indicator of the threat to our arteries than absolute cholesterol levels


Being older than 65

A family history of the disease

Inheriting genes for the disease from your parents

Existing mild cognitive impairment

Down syndrome

Unhealthy lifestyle

Previous head trauma

Being shut off from a community or having poor engagement with other people for extended periods of tim

Brain cells (which need 12 times more O2 than other cells).


Genetic factors

Unhealthy fats not only add pounds to our body but can destroy our health by fostering degenerative diseases such cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and cancer.

Regular alcohol > cirrhosis (scarring condition of the liver) -> Liver cancer -

The main preservative in Instant noodles is Tertiary-butyl hydroquinone (TBHQ) that can cause sickness, weaken organs if eaten in routine over a long period of time and increase the risk of tumors and cancers. 

International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) has classified processed meat as a carcinogen, something that causes cancer. And it has classified red meat as a probable carcinogen, something that probably causes cancer. 

Milk and other dairy products are the top source of saturated fat in the American diet, contributing to heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and Alzheimer’s disease. Studies have also linked dairy to an increased risk of breast, ovarian, and prostate cancers.

Chewing betel nut in Myanmar can cause mouth cancer and gallstone formation

Deficiency Vitamin D → risk of cervical cancer/ influenza / respiratory inflammation

Excessive alcohol consumption. Consuming more than a moderate amount of alcohol daily over many years can lead to irreversible liver damage and increase your risk of liver cancer.

Unhealthy chemical in plastic containers - linked to cancer, obesity and asthma

Eating a lot of Soy (tofu) May Turn on Genes Linked to Cancer Growth -

Regular alcohol -> Chronic pancreatitis -> Diabetes, Kidney failure, Pancreatic cancer

Sugar → Obesity → fatty liver → overloads and damages your liver → liver cancer

Cancer latest research -

Chronic infection with HBV or HCV. Chronic infection with the hepatitis B virus (HBV) or hepatitis C virus (HCV) increases your risk of liver cancer.

Cirrhosis. This progressive and irreversible condition causes scar tissue to form in your liver and increases your chances of developing liver cancer.

Certain inherited liver diseases. Liver diseases that can increase the risk of liver cancer include hemochromatosis and Wilson's disease.

Diabetes. People with this blood sugar disorder have a greater risk of liver cancer than those who don't have diabetes.

Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease. An accumulation of fat in the liver increases the risk of liver cancer.

Regular consumption of dairy products has been linked to prostate cancer. Dairy is also associated with increased risk of lung cancer, breast cancer, and ovarian cancer in people with lactose intolerance.

A neoplasm is an abnormal growth of cells, also known as a tumor. Neoplastic diseases are conditions that cause tumor growth — both benign and malignant.

The ubiquitous aluminum can used in Coke and beverages, often lined with bisphenol A (BPA) linked to breast and prostate cancers, infertility and metabolic disorders



Eye irritation

Blurred vision

Light sensitivity

Temporary inability to focus on a distant object (pseudomyopia or accommodative spasm)

Double vision


Neck and shoulder pain

Neck Pain

Incorrect sitting or standing position. The way you sit or stand relative to your computer screens also has a big impact on the development of pain conditions.

Looking Down Constantly at the Laptop Screen - Use a laptop stand to elevate the laptop screen to eye level.

If the monitor too low or high, you’re constantly craning your neck to look at the screen.

Configure your monitor(s) for the proper height, distance, and angle. With two monitors, how often you use monitor #1 and #2

Proper sitting posture -

Inadequate Neck Support in Office Chair -

Chair with Neck Support -

If you sometimes wake up with a stiff neck, then your poor quality or lack of sleep might be one of the reasons for your neck pain during office hours. Sleep efficiency also amplifies any existing pain you may already be feeling, such as neck pain.

Use Holder Mount if you have to frequently switch between laptop and document -


Until recently, scientists haven’t really understood why sleep is often the best medicine for fighting off an infection or why good sleep hygiene keeps us healthy.

New Study Pinpoints Why Sleep Is Often the Best Medicine

Our bodies need sleep in order to function properly, both on a physical and mental level.

Getting enough quality sleep improves concentration, mood, ability to function and alertness.

It strengthens the immune system and reduces stress levels, and keeps blood pressure and cardiovascular levels in check.

It even helps you lose weight, by regulating the hormones that control the appetite.


Stress can also contribute to factors that increase your risk of heart disease, like high blood pressure and high cholesterol. 

When you are stressed, your body releases adrenaline, a hormone that temporarily causes your heart rate to speed up and your blood pressure to rise.

 Too many episodes of this kind of acute stress can cause inflammation in your arteries, which could be a contributing factor to heart attacks.

Burnout is more psycho issue than digital usage else all those who watch TV after work will burn out -


Artery disease triggers stroke, and amnesia

High levels of glucose in your blood may damage the walls of your arteries, and make them develop fatty deposits.

Having trouble sleeping, or not getting enough sleep is linked to rapid reductions in brain volume.

Studies have shown poor sleep can cause protein buildup in the brain that attacks brain cells.

7–8 hours/night of good sleep is essential for stimulating new connections and brain growth.

Studies report that meditation can “permanently rewire” your brain to raise levels of happiness.

The simple act of juggling has recently been linked with better brain function.

Adopt a wholesome diet, get regular exercise, avoid or reduce excess weight, get adequate quality sleep, minimize stress,don’t drink and don't smoke.

The use of antibiotics, antacids and NSAIDs can disrupt the normally healthy population of microorganisms in the gut and result in a leaky gut that lets bacteria into circulation and is very pro-inflammatory

The water we drink contains Chlorine which is good for safety but also disrupts good micro-organisms in our guts and kills molecules of lutein and zeaxanthin in our eyes.

Human nutrition illnesses are due to underconsumption and overconsumption -

Coronaviruses spread from an infected person’s respiratory secretions, such as through coughing, sneezing -

The faster the resting heart rate, the shorter the lifespan.

Restaurant meals contains hidden sugar even if it looks healthy - - You think just avoiding cokes can just be safe from sugar danger.

People who don’t easily gain weight are often less aware of how much saturated and trans fat they eat. Nobody can “eat anything they want” and stay heart-healthy.

Healthy body fat percentage has a significant effect on your cholesterol levels – increasing the good cholesterol (high-density lipoprotein, or HDL) which helps to remove the damaging LDL and lower overall total cholesterol.

Reduce your risk factor by maintaining a healthy body fat percentage and consuming a diet that promotes healthy cholesterol levels.

Allergies/asthma/emphysema/chronic bronchitis/GERD/common cold/flu -> night time coughing

Calories restriction and fasting are the best way to lose weight.

Losing weight quickly could lead to gallstones and thinning hair because of minimum amount of nutrition, which can affect hair and bone density.

The real weight loss work is not from the diet, it's the lifestyle changes.

Heart rhythm problems (heart arrhythmias) occur when the electrical impulses that coordinate your heartbeats don't work properly, causing your heart to beat too fast, too slow or irregularly.

Obesity can increase the risk for hepatocellular carcinoma.

Exposure to aflatoxins. Aflatoxins are poisons produced by molds that grow on crops that are stored poorly. Crops, such as grains and nuts, can become contaminated with aflatoxins, which can end up in foods made of these products.

Bronchitis is inflammation of the airways in the lungs that causes coughing. Symptoms include coughing up sputum, wheezing, shortness of breath, and chest pain.Bronchitis can be acute or chronic.

Acute bronchitis has a cough that lasts around three weeks, known as chest cold. The likely cause is a viral infection. Risk factors include exposure to tobacco smoke, dust, and air pollution. Treatment involves rest, paracetamol, and NSAIDs.

Our bodies gradually produce less of the immune and growth factors that help our bodies fight off disease and heal damaged body tissue.

Our aging bodies become more vulnerable to disease, our energy level and enthusiasm lessens, our skin loses its elasticity, and we gain unwanted weight and lose muscle tone.

The more insulin in the blood stream, the harder to lose weight

Obesity. Having a body mass index (BMI) of 30 or greater puts you at risk of high cholesterol.

Lack of exercise. Exercise helps boost your body's HDL, or "good," cholesterol while increasing the size of the particles that make up your LDL, or "bad," cholesterol, which makes it less harmful.

Smoking. Cigarette smoking damages the walls of your blood vessels, making them more prone to accumulate fatty deposits. Smoking might also lower your level of HDL, or "good," cholesterol.

Age. Because your body's chemistry changes as you age, your risk of high cholesterol climbs. For instance, as you age, your liver becomes less able to remove LDL cholesterol.

A prolonged acidic body condition leads to illnesses and discomfort

If you measure your weight every morning, you know what causes you to lose or gain weight.

Immune system disorders cause abnormally low activity or over activity of the immune system where the body attacks and damages its own tissues. Immune deficiency diseases decrease the body's ability to fight invaders, causing vulnerability to infections.

In autoimmune diseases, the immune system malfunctions, mistakenly attacking healthy organs and tissues as though they were foreign invaders.

In people with certain thyroid-related autoimmune conditions, the blood level of thyroglobulin antibodies may rise.

Diseases are acidic in nature. An acidic body environment decreases nutrient absorption, lowers energy production, decreases cellular repair and recovery, which increases susceptibility to fatigue and illnesses. 

Atrial fibrillation is an irregular and often rapid heart rate that occurs when the two upper chambers of your heart experience chaotic electrical signals. The result is a fast and irregular heart rhythm.

Hypoxia is a condition in which the body or a region of the body is deprived of adequate oxygen supply at the tissue level. Hypoxia may be classified as either generalized, affecting the whole body, or local, affecting a region of the body.


The common risk factors for acid reflux disease – a chronic condition called gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), are:

– Consuming large meals

– Being overweight or obese

– Certain drinks, such as alcohol, coffee, tea, or carbonated drinks

– Smoking

– OTC and prescription medications, including aspirin, ibuprofen, blood pressure medications, or muscle relaxers

– Eating certain foods

Causes Of Back Pain

Lifting a heavy object, or twisting the spine while lifting

Sudden movements that place too much stress on the low back, such as a fall

Poor posture over time

Sports injuries, especially in sports that involve twisting or large forces of impact

While sprains and strains do not sound serious and do not typically cause long-lasting pain, the acute pain can be quite severe.


Causes of fainting ➼ heart problems such as irregular heart beats, seizures, low blood sugar, anemia (a deficiency in healthy oxygen carrying cells), and hypotension

High insulin ➼ moody/ loose in concentration / belly fat / craving / hungry / fatigue after meals / high cholesterol / hypertension

Iodine deficiency or an estrogen excess ➼ CYSTS (FIBROCYSTIC BREASTS AND OVARIAN CYSTS)

Trace Mineral Deficiency ➼ hair loss

Low Stomach Acid / Insufficient fibre intakes ➼ Constipation / Bloating, Belching or Burping

Vitamin C deficiency ➼ BLEEDING GUMS

Low bile ➼ DRY EYES (by adding bile salts, your body's absorption of vitamin A and other fat soluble vitamins will greatly increase.)

High estrogen ➼ Male Pattern Baldness

Adrenal Fatigue ➼ sleep apnea

Health Evaluation Cause Assessment ->

[Household risk] Stranger stay/Maid → ask for medical check up → Avoid infectious health issues spreading to you/your family.

50 years ago → Hospital → Died | Now → Hospital → Extend life → Bill → Debt

Not exercising enough / Eating outside foods / Not eating healthy foods / Not having sound sleep / Constant work,life stress → Inflammation → Health problems

Low immune → susceptibility to fungal infections, but not bacterial, viral, or parasitic infections (Ref:

High blood pressure → heart failure → kidney disease (When heart is not pumping efficiently it becomes congested with blood, causing pressure to build up in the main vein connected to the kidneys and leading to congestion of blood in the kidneys)

Unintentional weight loss/Rapid (irregular) heartbeat/a fine trembling in your hands → Hyperthyroidism

Shortness of breath → weak heart

Rapid weight gain due to fluid retention → weak heart

Difficulty in concentration → weak heart

Persistent cough or wheezing → weak heart

Hepatitis B and C, Hemochromatosis (too much iron in the liver), certain herbicides and chemicals such as vinyl chloride and arsenic → Liver Damage → Liver Cancer

Feeling weak and tired / Trembling hands and fingers / Losing weight / Feeling anxious, nervous, or irritable / Sweating heavily / Fast or irregular heartbeat / Low tolerance for heat ➼ Overactive Thyroid

Digestive problems / constipation / Problems with menstruation / Tiredness and a lack of energy / Dry hair and skin / A frequent feeling of being cold / Weight gain / Depression / Forgetfulness / Painful joints ➼ Underactive Thyroid

Irritability -> Physical (sleep deprivation, low blood sugar,ear infections,toothaches,some diabetes-related symptoms,certain respiratory disorders,flu) and Mental issue ->


Glucose and hemoglobin A1C (HbA1c) - Indicator of diabetes

HDL - low HDL levels are linked to an increased risk of developing cardiovascular disease.

LDL - high LDL level leads to a buildup of cholesterol in your arteries

Triglycerides - If you regularly eat more calories than you burn, particularly from high-carbohydrate foods, you may have high triglycerides.

Fibrinogen - High fibrinogen levels not only are associated with an increased risk of heart attack, but also are seen in other inflammatory disorders such as rheumatoid arthritis and glomerulonephritis (inflammation of the kidney).

C-Reactive Protein - predictor of coronary heart disease and type II diabetes.

Thyroglobulin tumor marker - to detect early thyroid cancer

Alpha Fetoprotein (AFP) Tumor Marker Test - High levels of AFP can be a sign of liver cancer or cancer of the ovaries or testicles, as well as noncancerous liver diseases such as cirrhosis and hepatitis.

Lung Cancer Tumor Markers

CA 125 (cancer antigen 125) - ovarian cancer

CA 15-3 and CA 27-29 (cancer antigens 15-3 and 27-29) - breast cancer

CEA (carcinoembryonic antigen) - colorectal cancer, and also for cancers of the lung, stomach, thyroid, pancreas, breast, and ovary

B2M (Beta 2-microglobulin) - multiple myeloma, some lymphomas, and leukemias

Thyroglobulin antibodies (TgAb) - a healthy immune system would not make a lot of antibodies to fight thyroglobulin, since thyroglobulin is not a foreign protein. But, some patients with thyroid cancer will make thyroglobulin antibodies.

Do medical check up at least every 2 year if you're over 35

Do critical medical screening that claims life (cancer markers, drug allergy - if not done, may cause severe reaction in times of operation)

Medical checkup - fix the root cause and adopt the healthy life.

Elevated low-density lipoprotein (LDL), the bad cholesterol, is a major cause of heart disease. LDL causes the build-up of fatty deposits within your arteries, reducing or blocking the flow of blood and oxygen your heart needs.

Low-density lipoprotein (LDL). LDL, or "bad" cholesterol, transports cholesterol particles throughout your body. LDL cholesterol builds up in the walls of your arteries, making them hard and narrow.

High-density lipoprotein (HDL). HDL, or "good" cholesterol, picks up excess cholesterol and takes it back to your liver.

Heart health - Pulse Wave Velocity test

Heart Hearth - CAC (Coronary Arterial Calcification) scan. CAC testing can help reveal whether you have a build-up of calcium in your blood vessels - an early sign coronary artery disease, that often happens with no warning signs.

PSA (prostate-specific antigen) - prostate cancer

Coronary Calcium Score Test


Because of the angle, the Incline Push Up works your lower chest and back more. On the other hand The Decline Push Up works the upper chest and front shoulders (delts) more than the regular or incline variation. 

Compound exercises are exercises that work multiple muscle groups at the same time. For example, a squat is a compound exercise that works the quadriceps, glutes, and calves.

If you only have a limited amount of time to exercise, you'll work more muscles and build more strength by focusing on compound exercises.

Weight lifting exercise = build muscle

Hitt training exercise = increase metabolism

Any form of exercise rewires the brain: keep your body active.

Plato, the Greek philosopher who lived in the 4th century BC, said ‘Lack of activity destroys the good condition of every human being,’

Incorrect workout posture doesn't exercise target muscle at 100% full force but also cause damage adjacent tissues and joints.

Resistence training exercise (using your body weight for resistance, by doing push-ups, pull-ups, crunches, leg squats or push-ups against a wall) = build strength

Men's Health


Ideal humidity level: 40% - 55% -

Washing the HEPA filters probably broke some of the fibers or made the gaps between the fibers larger. That would explain why more air passed through after washing, but also more particles!

Washing HEPA filters with water significantly decreases performance you should not wash a HEPA filter.

Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2) - Potentially harmful gases, released by combustion. Includes cigarette smoke, candles, and gas stoves.

Allergy medications

Thyroid medications


Well-known side effects in people who use statin medications include muscle aches and a slightly increased risk of diabetes, especially when high doses of medication are used.

Household Health Devices

Beurer anti snoring device

Pulse Oximeter

Blood Total Cholesterol Test Kit

Habits To Avoid Gallstones

Avoid over-eating

Avoid or reduce eating between main meals.

Avoid eating heavy meals in the evening.

Drink 2L-4L water of daily - Dehydration also affects the natural fluidity of bile and, thereby, promotes the formation of gallstones.

Epsom Salt with lemon juice can be used to dissolve stone.

One of the main actions of Epsom salt is to dilate (widen) the bile ducts, making it easy for the stones to pass. Moreover, it clears out waste that may obstruct the release of the stones.


While some people may experience this well-known itchiness, others may not even realize that they've been bitten.

Some adults have no reaction to mosquito bites at all.

There is no specific medicine to treat dengue.

We can only treat the symptoms of dengue and see your healthcare provider.

See a healthcare provider if you develop a fever or have symptoms of dengue. Tell him or her about your travel.

Rest as much as possible.

Take acetaminophen (also known as paracetamol outside of the United States) to control fever and relieve pain.

Do not take aspirin or ibuprofen!

Drink plenty of fluids to stay hydrated. Drink water or drinks with added electrolytes.

For mild symptoms, care for a sick infant, child, or family member at home.

White Blood Cells

Your white blood cells account for only about 1% of your blood, but their impact is big. White blood cells are also called leukocytes. They protect you against illness and disease.

Think of white blood cells as your immunity cells. In a sense, they are always at war. They flow through your bloodstream to fight viruses, bacteria, and other foreign invaders that threaten your health.

Monocytes. They have a longer lifespan than many white blood cells and help to break down bacteria.

Lymphocytes. They create antibodies to fight against bacteria, viruses, and other potentially harmful invaders.

Neutrophils. They kill and digest bacteria and fungi. They are the most numerous type of white blood cell and your first line of defense when infection strikes.

Basophils. These small cells seem to sound an alarm when infectious agents invade your blood. They secrete chemicals such as histamine, a marker of allergic disease, that help control the body's immune response.

Eosinophils. They attack and kill parasites and cancer cells, and help with allergic responses.

A number of diseases and conditions may affect white blood cell levels:

Weak immune system. This is often caused by illnesses such as HIV/AIDS or by cancer treatment. Cancer treatments such as chemotherapy or radiation therapy can destroy white blood cells and leave you at risk for infection.

Infection. A higher-than-normal white blood cell count usually means you have some type of infection. White blood cells are multiplying to destroy the bacteria or virus.

Myelodysplastic syndrome. This condition causes abnormal production of blood cells. This includes white blood cells in the bone marrow.

Cancer of the blood. Cancers including leukemia and lymphoma can cause uncontrolled growth of an abnormal type of blood cell in the bone marrow. This results in a greatly increased risk for infection or serious bleeding.

Myeloproliferative disorder. This disorder refers to various conditions that trigger the excessive production of immature blood cells. This can result in an unhealthy balance of all types of blood cells in the bone marrow and too many or too few white blo

Medicines. Some medicines can raise or lower the body's white blood cell count.

Conditions such as extreme physical stress caused by an injury or emotional stress can also trigger high white blood cell levels. So can inflammation, labor or the end of pregnancy, smoking, or even extreme exercise.


Aware of heavy metals from organic products

Eat only free range eggs

Eat a nutrient-dense diet to make every bite count.

Eat a variety of fresh, whole foods.

Eat quality protein.

Eat a varied selection of non-starchy vegetables.

Eat a varied selection of non-starchy fruits.

Healthy food, rest and sound sleep are not optional

Lack of enough water > Stone/Gout formation

Regular fried foods > Heart disease > Stroke

Regular surgar drinks > Diabetes > Stroke

The less processed your diet, the better.

Slow juicing can prevent vegetables from rapid oxidation.

If not enough nutrient is eaten daily, the body will decay and take required nutrients from its bone marrow.

If you’re exhausted or undernourished you’ll find your life progress coming to a grinding halt.

Synthetic fertilizers usage and premature picking practices can cause damage to your organs and tissues and impair the body’s ability to function and repair itself.

Higher intakes of white rice may result in a higher risk of type 2 diabetes.

Eating large amounts of white rice creates metabolic syndrome.

Food addictives, Propyl gallate, butylated hydroxyanisole (BHA), and butylated hydroxytoluene (BHT) found in a wide range of products — for example, snack crackers, noodles, and fast and frozen foods.

Food addictives increase the incidence of tumors,liver enlargement, neurotoxic effects, convulsions, and paralysis in laboratory animals.

Milk and other dairy products are the top sources of artery-clogging saturated fat.

Too little fat can also result in gallstone formation

Too little water intake can damage liver.

Diets of less than 800 calories can lead heart arrhythmias, which could lead to death.

Consuming tainted seafoods which contain antibiotics - nitrofurans and chloramphenicol can lead to serious health issues. Experts believe that residues from these two antibiotics are carcinogenic

In the case of chloramphenicol, it also leads to a rare but serious side effect of bone marrow failure, leading to the lack of production in red and white blood cells and platelets.

Wild shrimp are pink or pale and vary in sizes. Farmed ones are grey and are usually the same size.

The chicken and eggs you consume could be making you resistant to antibiotics, says a new study done in India by US-based Center for Disease Dynamics, Economics & Policy (CDDEP).

Indiscriminate prescription and use of antibiotics and other medicines has also led to concerns about drug resistance in pathogens that cause infectious diseases like tuberculosis, malaria, urinary tract infection and even HIV.

If you don’t eat enough protein, you might survive but suffer from lethargy, weakness, muscle wasting, impaired healing, accelerated aging, bone loss, hair loss, heart problems, mood disorders, a weakened immune system..etc

Spot-reduction (losing fat in one place such as belly) is not possible. Your body distributes fat across the body -

Exercising before your first meal is fine, unless peak performance is required. Just remember to get at least 20 g of protein within the two hours following your workout.

Vitamin D3 and K2 are also beneficial for Sleep Apnea in addition to supporting the adrenal glands.

Eating saturated fat in animal products, and trans fats in baked cookies and crackers and microwave popcorn, can raise your cholesterol level.

Foods that are high in cholesterol, such as red meat and full-fat dairy products, will also increase your cholesterol.

Calories eaten vs Calorie burnt | If we don't do rigorous exercise, there's no way our body can burn excess calories. They gotta be kept as fat. In our grandparents days, they're blue workers. Their fat got burned all days.

If you eat canned food or instant meal continuously, you will gain weight despite eating a little. That's due to preservatives, chemicals and unhealthy fat.

Since we work more efforts on brain than other parts of body, it makes sense to eat food more beneficial to brain health.

Getting more fiber — can help with weight loss, blood pressure, digestive bowel health, healthy gut bacteria -

Insoluble fiber doesn’t dissolve in water and plays a different role in digestion. It adds bulk to our stool and passes through the system more quickly. Basically, it helps keep the pipes working regularly and prevents constipation.

Fermentable fiber can come from both categories, though they’re more often soluble fibers. Fermented fibers help increase the healthy bacteria in the colon.

Eat whole fruits like pears and apples instead of drinking fruit juices.

Swap in whole grain varieties instead of white rice, bread, and regular pasta.

Snack on vegetables instead of pretzels and chips.

Sprinkle chia seeds on cereal, smoothies, or salads.

Make sure you’re drinking plenty of water when you eat fibrous food.

In our fast-paced, immediate gratification culture, eating out is a frequent experience for many. Restaurant food is generally served in large portions and typically high in calories and fat, thus contributing to weight gain. 

The amount of carbohydrates in a meal is the key to losing weight and keeping it off because, unfortunately, the wrong types and too many carbs make you gain weight.

Late dinner (later than 8 pm) causes weight gain as we sleep by 12-2 and there is not so many hours to burn dinner calorie intake.

Different foods are acidic or alkaline in nature, and contain different levels of acidity or alkalinity levels. For example, meat is acidic in nature, while fruits and vegetables are alkaline.

A diet rich in meat and low in vegetables will result in an acidic body environment.

No matter how good the nutrition is in the product, the brain will start to break down under 600 calories. Watch out for those who want to rely on taking pills only.

The immune system reacts similarly to a high fat and high calorie diet as to a bacterial infection -

True health does not come from “what do I take?” It comes when you stop doing what caused the problem(s) in the first place.

Have the courage to say, "Good-bye," to all the bad foods in our life.

The meat/restaurant industry relies on tenderization process to make tough cuts more edible. This process could put consumers at risk of getting infection with bacteria inside the meat where quick cooking will not kill it -

A woman was forced to wear a colostomy bag for the rest of her life after eating a bacteria-laden rare steak - - what is colostomy bag? -

Raw cashews contain urushi- the same toxic chemical that is found in poison oak or ivy. Cashew poisoning is rare, but if urushi is ingested in high level, it can be deadly.

American College of Sports Medicine suggest consuming between 1.2 and 2 grams of protein per kilogram of body weight for the best performance and health.

When hot products are placed in food containers, chemicals from the box can leach into the food and, in turn, our bodies.

Styrofoam, a known carcinogen, is used for making coffee cups, plates, and to-go boxes.

The safest containers are brown or white paper boxes composed of 100% recycled paperboard, which have a seal to indicate they are compostable.

Takeout plastic food containers contain phthalates, a common class of chemical used to make plastic malleable, contributing to all types of health problems.

Carbohydrates provide 4 calories per gram, protein provides 4 calories per gram, and fat provides 9 calories per gram

There are 7,700 calories in one kilogram, so if you wanted to lose weight at a rate of one kilogram per week, you would need to reduce your overall calorie intake by 7,700 calories, or 1,100 calories per day

Unsaturated vs Saturated vs Trans Fats -

Protein is important for immune function, cell regrowth and muscle building.

Lentils haves antinutrient factors, such as trypsin inhibitors and a relatively high phytate content. Trypsin is an enzyme involved in digestion, and phytates reduce the bioavailability of dietary minerals.

The phytates can be reduced by prolonged soaking and fermentation or sprouting.

Regular consumption of MSG-laden foods is linked to weight gain, as well as many other health issues. A study of 750 Chinese men and women found that those who used the most MSG in their cooking were nearly three times more likely to be overweight

Coffee is a bad start for the day - Own the Day, Own Your Life by Aubrey Marcus on Blinkist -

Emulsifiers are chemicals that help blend together ingredients that would not naturally mix well together (e.g. oil and water), explains NYC-based registered nurse Rebecca Lee.

Emulsifiers also make food look appealing, keep it fresh, and prevent molding. That may all sound harmless, but a study on mice found that consumption of these chemicals may do a number on your body by altering gut bacteria, triggering inflammation and in

Common emulsifiers include: lecithins, mono- and di-glycerides, polyglycerol ester, sorbitan ester, PG ester, and sugar ester.

Research: Which fruits and vegetables are most impacted by pesticides

Highest concentrations of pesticides—the so-called “Dirty Dozen.” After strawberries and spinach come nectarines, apples, grapes, peaches, cherries, pears, tomatoes, celery, potatoes and sweet bell peppers

Environmental Working Group -

Wonderful world of fermented foods on one delicious chart -

Although oats are generally considered as relatively resistant to grain pests, they are not resistant to mycotoxins. Fusarium toxins T-2 and HT-2 are most common in oats, followed by deoxynivalenol (DON) and zearalenone (ZEA).

Mycotoxins are natural metabolites of molds which may contaminate a variety of foodstuffs, particularly cereals.

Leaving food out overnight is a bad idea, especially rolled oats

The oats supply healthy complex carbs and topping it with fruit will get you the produce (and more carbs), but you'll want to incorporate protein to round things out. (One cup of cooked oatmeal made with water has 5 g of protein, per the USDA.)

Yeast extract contains glutamates, which are forms of an amino acid that are found naturally in many foods.commonly known as monosodium glutamate (MSG)

Secretions of bile and digestive enzymes are drastically reduced later in the afternoon, and especially after 6PM.

Undigested foods are always a cause of congestion, first in the intestinal tract, and then in the lymph and blood.

Having a constant urge to eat between meals suggests a major imbalance of the digestive and metabolic functions.

By regularly eating too much food or eating food more frequently than the body needs to nourish and sustain itself, the digestive juices (including bile) become increasingly depleted.

Asians generally have a low protein but fat-rich diet rarely, and rarely have cholesterol stones in their gallbladders. On the other hand, cholesterol stones in the gallbladder are very common among Americans whose diet is rich in flesh and milk protein.

Fulvic trace minerals contain nutrients that promote gut health, like: electrolytes, fatty acids and silica.

Fulvic trace minerals help nourish the digestive tract and also boost the ability of “good bacteria” to repopulate and form a healthy “microbiome” environment.

It is now clear that mass produced foods like fruits and vegetables show a direct correlation between the produce’s fulvic content and the quality of the soil they are grown in.

Fulvic trace minerals have naturally occurring electrolytes to hydrate cells and replenish lost minerals from extreme sports.

Fulvic trace minerals dispose of heavy metals from air pollution, and exposure to household products.


Birch water - Birch sap, birch water or birch juice is the sap directly tapped from birch trees, Betula pubescens, Betula pendula, Betula lenta, Betula papyrifera, and Betula fontinalis.

Coconut water

Spring water - the result of an aquifer being filled to the point that the water overflows onto the land surface. They range in size from intermittent seeps, which flow only after much rain, to huge pools flowing hundreds of millions of gallons daily.

Hydrogen water - adding hydrogen gas to the water increases its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. It's been touted for its ability to increase energy, slow down the aging process, and improve muscle recovery after a workout.

Oxygenated water - functional water product that has oxygen added to it during the canning or bottling process.

Distilled water - water that has been boiled into vapor and condensed back into liquid in a separate container. Impurities in the original water that do not boil below or near the boiling point of water remain in the original container.

Boiled water - Boiling is the surest method to kill disease-causing organisms, including viruses, bacteria, and parasites.

Alkaline water - lkaline water has a higher pH level than normal tap water and contains alkaline minerals and negative oxidation reduction potential (ORP).

Fulvic trace mineral Black water - - Fulvic acid is group of chemicals formed when plants and animals break down. It is found in the humus (organic matter) part of soil and peat, and is also found in streams and lakes.

Water filtered by Reverse Osmosis (RO) - a water treatment process that removes contaminants from water by using pressure to force water molecules through a semipermeable membrane.

Diet: Oils

Avoid unhealthy pork,beef fats and hydrogenated oils

Hydrogenation is used to turn healthy oils into solids and to prevent them from becoming rancid.

Avoid all foods with partially hydrogenated vegetable oils and trans fat.

When vegetable oil is heated in the presence of hydrogen and a heavy-metal catalyst such as palladium, hydrogen atoms are added to the carbon chain. This turns oils into solids.

Consume only healthy oils and fats.

Oil in restaurants are chemically processed and never decayed.

Food that’s fried, baked, or microwaved using unhealthy oils will oxidize and create an inflammatory response in the body.

Minimize your consumption of highly refined cooking oils, like soybean, canola, ‘vegetable oil.’

Diet: Sugar

Limit consumption of foods known to have a pro-inflammatory effects - refined carbohydrates like white bread, white rice and pastries; sugar-sweetened beverages; deep-fried foods; and red meat and processed meats;

Hidden sugars in majority of meals: Yogurt,Sauce,Ketchup,Dressing,Juice,Sports Drinks,Chocolate Milk,Granola,Flavored Coffees,Iced Tea,Protein Bars,Vitaminwater,Cereal Bars,Canned Fruit,Canned Beans,Bottled Smoothies,Breakfast Cereal

Sugar → kidney disease risk: Having consistently high blood sugar levels can cause damage to the delicate blood vessels

Sugar → developing gout: Gout is an inflammatory condition characterized by pain in the joints.

Sugar → increases your uric acid levels — High uric acid levels are a risk factor for heart and kidney disease.

Avoid high sugar fruits: mango, durian

The main dietary sources of refined carbs are white flour, white bread, white rice, pastries, sodas, snacks, pasta, sweets, breakfast cereals and added sugars. They are also added to all sorts of processed foods. 

Reduce ur consumption of added sugars, refined grains. Moderate your protein intake Increase your consumption of natural fat, fibre and vinegar.

Soluble fiber dissolves in water and slows down digestion. It can help lower the body’s cholesterol and blood sugar levels.

Fast food contains a large amount of sugar, fats and carbs and less minerals and vitamins. This means that you are taking in large amount of unhealthy calories in the shape of fast food which leads to weight gain and ultimately obesity.

Restrict or avoid refined carbohydrates and sugars, and limit your intake of all processed carbohydrates.

What Sugar does to your arteries -

Even tea leaves egg include sugar

Soups (korea kimchi, thai tom yams) have sugar and cause you to weight gain.

Eating grain or any crackers can create weight gain even if sugar free due to processed nature.


Cheese can be high in sodium and/or fat, keep an eye on your intake.

Mozzarella - contains bacteria that act as probiotics, including strains of Lactobacillus casei and Lactobacillus fermentum

Blue Cheese - used mold to create blue cheese that provides distinctive odor and bold, tangy flavor; high in calcium, a nutrient necessary for optimal bone health

Feta - provides conjugated linoleic acid (CLA), which is associated with reduced body fat and improved body composition

Cottage Cheese - increase feelings of fullness and help decrease overall calorie intake, which in turn may lead to weight loss

Ricotta - made with Whey; easily absorbed and may promote muscle growth, help lower blood pressure, and reduce high cholesterol level

Parmesan - rich in both calcium and phosphorus — nutrients that play a role in bone formation — it may promote bone health

Swiss - hosts various compounds that reduce angiotensin-converting enzyme (ACE),a substance that narrows your blood vessels.

Cheddar - In addition to being rich in protein and calcium, cheddar is a good source of vitamin K — especially vitamin K2

Goat cheese - has more medium-chain fatty acids than cow’s milk. These types of fat are rapidly absorbed in your body and less likely to be stored as fat


If someone is not consuming ill-effect causing diets and lifestyle, below can help one to extend life.


Ant-EMF Radiation (Experimental) - -

"The truth about mobile phone and wireless radiation" -- Dr Devra Davis -

Authority on Public Health - WHO - Electromagnetic fields and public health -

Minimizing exposure -

Frequencies of Beings -


A ticking clock in any part of your home will affect you but the worst place to have one is on your bedside table, or anywhere in your bedroom. You will be exposed to the sound during all the hours of sleep.