Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Financial Situation

With The Financial Situation For Many People Becoming Increasingly Unstable

With the financial situation for many people becoming increasingly unstable, earning extra online income is becoming ever more popular and sought after.

There are many ways to earn an income online, such as selling products or services or participating on sites that offer payment for completing surveys or clicking on advertisements. Online auction sites are perhaps the most well-known sources of online income, allowing people to sell products from the comfort of their own home.

Less familiar to many people are sites such as PTC (pay to click) or forums and blogs which offer payment for quality content. A number of freelance jobs are also available online, particularly in fields such as editing and translation.
Niche marketing is a further option for those looking to earn an income online and a great deal of advice is available on the internet for this, covering topics such as SEO and garnering income from allowing advertisements to appear on your own blogs or other websites.

Thursday, February 23, 2012

Internet Today

Internet Today Is Used For Everything, Whether It Is To Book A Room, buy Something, Find A Friend

Internet today is used for everything, whether it is to book a room, buy something, find a friend, solve problems...virtually everything. And today it also has become the absolute best place to make money, and to do this you don’t require any particular or special type of talents anybody today can do so. There are various methods of online earnings...
  • Blogging is one such method, in this, a blogger only needs to review relevant affiliated products on their site and encourage the readers to buy the products. 

  • Freelance writing articles can also be a very good idea as it can be done at your own pace. They get paid according to the work they do, so as to earn more you have to work more.

There are many more methods but the key to all is INFORMATION. The more information you keep updating either on your site or your article or your blog the more popular it becomes and the more you earn. So keep this in mind and choose the right and the best way to earn. Thank you for reading my article and gaining maximum advantage from your visit.

Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Choose Hapiness' First Blog Anniversary Giveaway! 2/29/12

I am joining Choose Happiness first Blog Anniversary Giveaway! Prizes up for grabs are:

1.Pleated Bust Wide Strap Sleeveless Floral Dress
2. Front Button Long Sleeve Top
3. Hairbow Set (for your little girls)
4. Creme21 All Day Cream with Vitamin B5


For complete mechanics go to  Choose Happiness blog. Until February 29, 2012. 
Open to all readers with valid Philippine address. Good luck guys!

Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Edgy & Boho Giveaway

I want to buy new clothes but I don't have enough budget for it, instead I prioritize my baby's needs.
Thanks to Simone's Fashion Closet for the chance to win these outfit (see the photo). So lucky to found out a lovely blog like this. I'm joining and I hope to win.

There will be two winners. You may enter the giveaway until February 25, 2012.
Open to all Philippine readers. For complete mechanics go to Simone's Fashion Closet blog. Good luck guys^^

Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Monday, February 6, 2012

Causes of Irritable Bowel Syndrome.

No one will give you a specific cause of IBS. Some experts think IBS is a Motility Disorder. This suggests that IBS patients have an oversensitive or hyperactive gut and will react to changes influenced by stress, food, and hormones.

With the typical chaotic bowel habit of IBS, it is not surprising that it is thought of as a motility disorder. The transit time from ingestion of food to excretion is abnormal.

Sometimes it is slower than normal causing constipation and other times it is faster causing diarrhea. IBS is generally divided into two groups, diarrhea-predominant or constipation predominant. Some have diarrhea and constipation alternating.

As a general rule, however, the transit time in IBS is unpredictable and at any time can be faster or slower, and explains why stools vary in frequency and consistency from hard pellets to watery and unformed.

Some say IBS is a dietary problem.
Certain foods will trigger IBS and others seem to help.
IBS gives a list of food that triggers IBS and others that are beneficial. Some items are mentioned in both lists. This is the nature of IBS.

Just eating food stimulates intestinal muscle activity. This is a normal action and the most common is the Gastrocolic reflex. This reflex is strongest after breakfast. In IBS, large meals, fatty meals or just the wrong meal can trigger a very strong gastrocolic reflex. This results in abdominal pains and or diarrhea.

There is no evidence that food causes IBS but certain foods and the volume consumed at one time can trigger symptoms.

One suggestion is that the fault that results in IBS resides in the Nervous System. The gut has a complex network of brain cells called the Enteric Nervous System. It has more nerve cells than the Spinal Cord. This "Brain of the Gut" is connected to the Brain. Some researchers believe that to understand IBS, we have to understand the workings of the Enteric Nervous System.

The Gut has the richest supply of serotonin in the body. This chemical is closely connected to the nervous system. At present, a lot of research is focused on gut serotonin receptors.

Serotonin affects the nerves in the intestine and controls contractions of the smooth muscles of the gut. This result is peristalsis, a smooth rhythmic contraction along the gut that facilitates the movement of fecal matter along the large bowel. 

Low levels of serotonin lead to constipation and higher than normal levels cause diarrhea.

If the gut and the brain is interconnected by the Gut-Brain Axis, then various factors that affect the Central Nervous System (Brain), can affect events in the gut. This includes psychological factors such as anxiety, stress, and depression. In addition to psychological trauma such as physical, emotional and sexual abuse can affect the gut. Statistics show that there is a greater incidence of psychological trauma and disturbances in IBS. It is suggested that in addition to treating the IBS, treating the other issues will give better long-term results.

Gastroenteritis and IBS: Between 20-30% of patients who develop severe gastroenteritis will go on to develop IBS. The common infective organisms are Campylobacter jejuni, Salmonella Shigella, and Escherichia coli. Gastroenteritis results in inflammation of the gut lining resulting in an overproduction of serotonin. In the thirty percent that develops IBS, the serotonin imbalance continues.

In some women, symptoms fluctuate during the menstrual cycle. The two hormones that control the menstrual cycle are estrogen and progesterone. These hormones can affect the colon and the passage of residue along the gut. In some women, IBS is worse at a certain stage of their cycle.

Prof. Jonathan Brostoff of Middlesex Hospital believes that yeast is involved in some cases of IBS. These patients have reduced levels of friendly bacteria, Lactobacilli and Bifidobacteria in their large bowel. This results in overgrowth of Candida

Low yeast diets have been promoted for IBS. This diet involves stopping cheese, all cheese not just blue cheese, and change bread to soda bread, scones, chapattis and any other unleavened bread. Sugar should be avoided. Avoid alcoholic drinks but spirits are distilled to a high level and have little or no yeast. Consume in moderation.

Sunday, February 5, 2012

40 for 40 giveaway by Domestic {cherry} 2/29/12

I really wanted to have a digital camera. So bad, I can't afford to buy one for me and my family. I'm so glad that I found out Domestic {cherry} is giving a chance to win 5 fabulous prizes including the digicam because it's her birth month. Happy Birthday to you! Wow! I'm not going to let this pass by. I'm joining! I feel like I'm the lucky one..:) 

Five lucky readers will win this prizes:
 1. one winner of $40 in Paypal Money (open to anyone with a Paypal ID, local & international)
2. one winner of Rollei Compactline 110 Digital Camera (open to anyone with a Philippine address)
  • Stylish and sleek in sleek black, pink and blue colors!
  • Compact and portable size; dimensions 90.7×55.9×21.8 mm
  • Powerful 10-megapixel sensor and 16MB built-in memory
  • Spacious 2.7-inch LCD screen makes previewing shots easier on the eye
  • 3x optical zooms for dynamic and steady shots with built in flash
  • Take more accurate pictures with smile recognition and face detection features
  • 1-YEAR service warranty
3. one winner of a B. Makowsky Satchel with silver hardware, chic leopard print lining, back slip pocket outside, magnetic snap closure,  1 zip inner pocket, center divider inside,  and fully lined in polyester double shoulder straps. (open to anyone with a Philippine address)
4. one winner of H&M accessories (open to anyone with a Philippine address)
5. one winner of various cosmetics from Sasa (open to anyone with a Philippine address)
 How nice, right??? Join now! To enter this giveaway you have until February 29, 2012.
For the complete mechanics head on to  Domestic {cherry} blog post.
Good luck to us guys.