मच्छर मारने के लिए क्वायल के रूप में । टिकिया के रूप में । या तरल रूप में । जो दवा हम इस्तेमाल करते हैं । उसमें कुछ खतरनाक रसायन जैसे D-ethylene Melphoquin और Phosphene होते हैं । ये 3 रसायन अमेरिका और यूरोप सहित कुल 56 देशों में 20 साल से प्रतिबंधित हैं । बच्चों के सामने इसका प्रयोग नहीं करना चाहिए । वैज्ञानिको का कहना है - ये मच्छर मारने वाली दवाएं अंत में मनुष्य को मार देती है ।
इन 3 खतरनाक रसायनों का व्यापार भारत में विदेशी कंपनियों के नियंत्रण में हैं । एवं वो इसे अंधाधुंध आयात करके भारत में बेच रहे हैं । साथ में कुछ घरेलु कंपनिया भी इन्हें बेच रही हैं ।
राजीव ( दीक्षित ) भाई कहते हैं कि - मच्छरदानी का प्रयोग करना सर्वोत्तम उपाय और तरीका है । जिससे मच्छर नहीं आता । भगाने का सबसे सस्ता । टिकाऊ । आसान और देसी तरीका ।
आवश्यक सामग्री - एक लैम्प ( लालटेन ) नीम का तेल । कपूर ( Camphour ) मिटटी का तेल ( Kerosene Oil ) नारियल का तेल ( Coconut Oil ) कैसे बनायें ?
1 नीम - केरोसिन लैम्प - 1 छोटी लैम्प में मिटटी के तेल में 30 बुँदे नीम के तेल की डालें । 2 टिक्की कपूर को 20 ग्राम नारियल का तेल में पीस कर इसमें घोल लो । इसे जलाने पर मच्छर भाग जाते हैं । और जब तक वो लैम्प जलती रहती है । मच्छर नहीं आते । वहाँ पर 2 दिया - नारियल तेल में । नीम के तेल को डाल कर उसका दिया जलायें । इससे भी मच्छर नही आयेंगे ।
नोट -जिस कमरे के मच्छर भगाने हैं । उस कमरे में इस लैम्प को जला कर रख दो । 1 घंटे के बाद कमरे को बंद कर दो । जाली वाली खिड़कियां खोल लो । धीमी करके सो जाओ ।
लाभ - सस्ता । प्राकृतिक । आर्गेनिक । दुष्प्रभाव रहित आदि । खतरनाक दवाओं के दुष्परिणाम से बचें ।
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When we cloak ourselves in self-pity, we are making a choice to suffer and to struggle as a way of life…Suffering and struggling are not feelings but rather attitudes or moods or conditions…They all have but one job description…to keep us stuck and to lock us in place…And from that place, we punish other people and sometimes ourselves as well ~Spirited Butterfly
amazing lamp shades ! Materials and steps shared by Shae KindleWood
You'll want some hemp or colorful strings not as thin as thread for sewing but crafts stuff works great. You can actually find just about everything you will need at a wal-mart unless you want something very specific. Here in the picture they are using a ball like the tie-dye ones you find stacked in stores, but you can use balloons as well... Punching balloons ( the ones you loved as a kid ) work great for this. You'll want craft glue here they are using some tricky glue. Elmers will work fine but try to get one that dries clear or it'll turn out dirty looking which isn't what you're probably going for. Around the bottom of the ball with the air is inserted or where your balloon ties off, draw a circle make it as perfect as possible. No string will go inside this circle. Cover the balloon or ball in a layer of glue and begin wrapping. You can make it thinly wrapped or thick like shown in the pictures. The thicker it is is the harder it will be to glue BUT the stronger the structure will be. Make sure to go around the circle you drew and not to spin through it. Every once in a while, give your string some more glue, we need to make sure this sticks. When you are pleased with the wrapping, tape or glue it down some where and let it dry. If you are using a balloon use the tied off end to hang it so your strings don't get messed up in the drying process. After a day or two, when dried ( you'll know it's dried because it's stiff like a wicker and... DRY ) pop and remove the balloon from inside. Still be gentle, it will hold it's shape because of the dried glue but handling it too roughly will dent it and ruin your work. Affix these to hanging lights and voila. These are great projects for kids and if you use a smaller balloon you can create ornaments.
दोस्तों से झूठी मूठी । दूसरों का नाम लेकर । फ़िर मेरी बातें करना । यारा रात से दिन करना ।
लम्बी जुदाई तेरी । बङा मुश्किल है । आहों से दिल भरना । यारा रात से दिन करना ।
कब ये पूरी होगी । दूर ये दूरी होगी । रोज सफ़र करना । यारा रात से दिन करना ।
चुपके से चुपके से रात की चादर तले । चाँद की भी आहट ना हो । बादल के पीछे चलें । Sudha Singh
गम नहीं वहाँ । जहाँ हो फ़साना आपका । खुशी भी ढूँढती है । हर पल फ़साना आपका ।
आप उदास ना होना । कभी जिन्दगी में । बहुत अच्छा लगता है । मुस्कराना आपका ।
अरुण शर्मा ।
I may be able to speak the languages of human beings and even of angels, but if I have no love, my speech is no more than a noisy gong or a clanging bell… I may have the gift of inspired preaching; I may have all knowledge and understand all secrets; I may have the faith needed to move mountains-but if I have no love, I am nothing... I may give away everything I have, and even give up my body to be burned-but if I have no love, this does me no good -1 Corinthians 13:1-13
10 TIPS FOR A HEALTHY BLOOD PRESSURE - 10 Healthy Habits that will help to keep our Blood Pressure down .
If we have been diagnosed with high blood pressure, our doctor may recommend that we adopt a few healthier lifestyle habits to help get it under control. Studies have shown that making certain changes in the way we live can significantly lower our blood pressure. Most of these lifestyle changes can also help prevent high blood pressure if we do not already have it - the guidelines for hypertension prevention and management are often one and the same.
Here are some healthier lifestyle habits we should adopt.
Eat healthily - There is evidence that people who consume a healthy diet can prevent high blood pressure or lower blood pressure if they already have hypertension. We should aim for a diet that is rich in fruits, vegetables, low-fat dairy products, whole grains, nuts and seeds and lean protein sources, such as skinless poultry and fish. It should also be low in saturated fat, total fat, cholesterol and added sugars - and skip the trans fat altogether.
Reduce Salt Intake - Limiting the amount of sodium (salt) in our diet can also help control high blood pressure. As a general rule, we should consume less than 2 400 milligrams of sodium( less than a teaspoon ) per day, but if we already have high blood pressure, that amount will be lower. The target is between 500 mg and 1000 mg ( quarter to half teaspoon ) The lower our sodium intake, the better it is for our blood pressure. We must remember to count the amount of sodium in packaged foods as well as any table salt used, when we are calculating how much we are eating. Ingredients like baking soda, soda, brine, mono sodium glutamate (MSG) and baking powder have high sodium content.
Maintain a healthy weight - If we are overweight, losing as few as 10 pounds can lower our high blood pressure. Carrying extra weight not only increases our risk of high blood pressure, it also makes us more likely to develop cholesterol problems and diabetes, which are two more risk factors for heart disease. Talk with your doctor about our weight. If we are overweight, our doctor can recommend a safe weight loss program of healthy eating and increased physical activity.
Keep active - An active lifestyle is one of the best ways to prevent or control high blood pressure. In addition to its effects on hypertension, regular exercise can also help you maintain a healthy weight and reduce stress. As long as our doctor says that exercise is safe for us, aim to get at least 30 minutes of moderate aerobic activity on most days of the week and incorporate flexibility (stretches) and strengthening exercises into our weekly routine.
Limit alcohol or stop drinking all together - Drinking alcohol in moderation is generally not harmful and may even have some heart health benefits, but drinking too much has been shown to lead to high blood pressure and other serious health problems. We must limit our alcohol intake to one drink per day females or two drinks per day for males. One drink is 12 ounces of beer or 4ounces of wine or one and a half ounces of 80-proof liquor, or 1 ounce of 100-proof liquor.
Stop smoking to limit artery damage - Smoking is not considered to be a cause of high blood pressure, but it can damage the walls of our blood vessels and harden our arteries, making it especially dangerous for us who have high blood pressure. If we don't smoke, don’t start and if we do smoke, make quitting a top priority. Studies have shown that our risk of having a heart attack is reduced just one year after we quit smoking.
Monitor our blood pressure at home - There are often no warning signs that we have high blood pressure before it damages our body. That is why it is important to keep track of our blood pressure, to make sure it is under control and being managed properly. Since our blood pressure can fluctuate between doctor visits, we should consider investing in a home monitoring kit and then regularly record our blood pressure readings so our doctor can have a clearer picture of our blood pressure over time.
Manage stress to manage hypertension - Stress can cause temporary increases in high blood pressure, but scientists are still not sure how stress affects blood pressure over the long term. However, there is evidence that stress can lead to overeating, smoking, drinking and other blood pressure-raising activities. So, we should pay attention to our stress levels and avoid unnecessarily stressful activities and events. We must remember that regular exercise reduces stress as it improves heart health.
Practice relaxation - Taking time out to unwind each day may help us control our high blood pressure. Find some relaxation techniques that we enjoy and practice them regularly. Examples of relaxation practices include meditating in a peaceful place for 15 to 20 minutes, expressing our gratitude for the positive things in our life and engaging in soothing physical activities such as yoga.
Remember, High blood pressure is the greatest risk factor for death in the in the world. We may not know we have high blood pressure unless we get it checked .
The Human Heart -
1 The average adult heart beats 72 times a minute; 1 00 000 times a day - 3 600 000 times a year; and 2.5 billion times during a lifetime.
2 Though weighing only 11 ounces on average, a healthy heart pumps 2 000 gallons of blood through 60 000 miles of blood vessels each day.
3 A kitchen faucet would need to be turned on all the way for at least 45 years to equal the amount of blood pumped by the heart in an average lifetime.
4 The volume of blood pumped by the heart can vary over a wide range, from five to 30 liters per minute.
5 Every day, the heart creates enough energy to drive a truck 20 miles. In a lifetime, that is equivalent to driving to the moon and back.
6 Because the heart has its own electrical impulse, it can continue to beat even when separated from the body, as long as it has an adequate supply of oxygen.
7 The fetal heart rate is approximately twice as fast as an adult’s, at about 150 beats per minute. By the time a fetus is 12 weeks old, its heart pumps an amazing 60 pints of blood a day.
8 The heart pumps blood to almost all of the body’s 75 trillion cells. Only the corneas receive no blood supply.
9 A healthy heart pumps approximately 2 000 gallons of blood a day.
10 During an average lifetime, the heart will pump nearly 1.5 million gallons of blood - enough to fill 200 train tank cars.
11 - 5% of blood supplies the heart, 15-20% goes to the brain and central nervous system, and 22% goes to the kidneys.
12 The “ thump-thump ” of a heartbeat is the sound made by the four valves of the heart closing.
13 The heart does the most physical work of any muscle during a lifetime. The power output of the heart ranges from 1-5 watts. 14.While the quadriceps can produce 100 watts for a few minutes, an output of one watt for 80 years is equal to 2.5 gigajoules.
15 The heart begins beating at four weeks after conception and does not stop until death.
16 A newborn baby has about one cup of blood in circulation. An adult human has about four to five quarts which the heart pumps to all the tissues and to and from the lungs in about one minute while beating 75 times.
17 The heart pumps oxygenated blood through the aorta ( the largest artery ) at about 1 mile ( 1.6 km ) per hour. By the time blood reaches the capillaries, it is moving at around 43 inches (109 cm) per hour.
18 Early Egyptians believed that the heart and other major organs had wills of their own and would move around inside the body.
19 An anonymous contributor to the Hippocratic Collection (or Canon) believed vessel valves kept impurities out of the heart, since the intelligence of man was believed to lie in the left cavity.
20 Plato theorized that reasoning originated with the brain, but that passions originated in the “fiery” heart.
21 The term “ heartfelt ” originated from Aristotle’s philosophy that the heart collected sensory input from the peripheral organs through the blood vessels. It was from those perceptions that thought and emotions arose.
22 Prolonged lack of sleep can cause irregular jumping heartbeats called premature ventricular contractions ( PVCs ).
23 Some heavy snorers may have a condition called obtrusive sleep apnea ( OSA ) which can negatively affect the heart.
24 Cocaine affects the heart’s electrical activity and causes spasm of the arteries, which can lead to a heart attack or stroke, even in healthy people.
25 Galen of Pergamum, a prominent surgeon to Roman gladiators, demonstrated that blood, not air, filled arteries, as Hippocrates had concluded. However, he also believed that the heart acted as a low-temperature oven to keep the blood warm and that blood trickled from one side of the heart to the other through tiny holes in the heart.
26 Galen agreed with Aristotle that the heart was the body’s source of heat, a type of “ lamp ” fueled by blood from the liver and fanned into spirituous flame by air from the lungs. The brain merely served to cool the blood.
27 In 1929, German surgeon Werner Forssmann ( 1904-1979 ) examined the inside of his own heart by threading a catheter into his arm vein and pushing it 20 inches and into his heart, inventing cardiac catheterization, a now common procedure.
28 On 3Dec1967 Dr. Christiaan Barnard ( 1922-2001 ) of South Africa transplanted a human heart into the body of Louis Washansky. Although the recipient lived only 18 days, it is considered the first successful heart transplant.
29 “ Atrium ” is Latin for “ entrance hall ” and “ ventricle ” is Latin for “ little belly ”
30 A woman’s heart typically beats faster than a man’s. The heart of an average man beats approximately 70 times a minute, whereas the average woman has a heart rate of 78 beats per minute.
31 Blood is actually a tissue. When the body is at rest, it takes only six seconds for the blood to go from the heart to the lungs and back, only eight seconds for it to go the brain and back, and only 16 seconds for it to reach the toes and travel all the way back to the heart.
32 French physician Rene Laennec ( 1781-1826 ) invented the stethoscope when he felt it was inappropriate to place his ear on his large-buxomed female patients' chests.
33 Physician Erasistratus of Chios ( 304-250 B.C ) was the first to discover that the heart functioned as a natural pump.
34 In his text De Humani Corporis Fabrica Libri Septem, the father of modern anatomy, Andreas Vesalius ( 1514-1564 ) argued that the blood seeped from one ventricle to another through mysterious pores.
35 Galen argued that the heart constantly produced blood. However, William Harvey’s ( 1578-1657 ) discovery of the circulation system in 1616 revealed that there was a finite amount of blood in the body and that it circulated in one direction.
36 The right atrium holds about 3.5 tablespoons of blood. The right ventricle holds slightly more than a quarter cup of blood. The left atrium holds the same amount of blood as the right, but its walls are three times thicker.
37 Grab a tennis ball and squeeze it tightly: that’s how hard the beating heart works to pump blood.
38 In 1903, physiologist Willem Einthoven ( 1860-1927 ) invented the electro cardiograph, which measures electric current in the heart
51 Fun & Amazing Health Facts -
1 Women have a better sense of smell than men.
2 The largest cell in the human body is the female egg and the smallest is the male sperm.
3 When you take a step, you are using up to 200 muscles.
4 Your ears secrete more earwax when you are afraid than when you aren’t.
5 The human brain has the capacity to store everything that you experience.
6 Our eyes are always the same size from birth, but our nose and ears never stop growing.
7 It takes twice as long to lose new muscle if you stop working out than it did to gain it.
8 The average person’s skin weighs twice as much as their brain.
9 Every year your body replaces 98% of your atoms.
10 On average, there are 100 billion neurons in the human brain.
11 The lifespan of a taste bud is ten days.
12 Every cigarette smoked cuts at least five minutes of life on average, which is roughly the time it takes to smoke one cigarette.
13 Dentists have recommended that a toothbrush be kept at least 6 feet away from a toilet to avoid airborne particles resulting from the flush.
14 The male fetus is capable of attaining an erection during the last trimester.
15 Your tongue is the only muscle in your body that is attached at only one end.
16 Your stomach produces a new layer of mucus every two weeks so that it doesn’t digest itself.
17 It is almost impossible to sneeze with your eyes open. It is a defense mechanism that has evolved to protect our eyes from bacteria and debris.
18 It takes about 20 seconds for a red blood cell to circle the whole body.
19 Human hair and fingernails continue to grow after death.
20 The pupil of the eye expands as much as 45% when a person looks at something pleasing.
21 Your heart rate can rise as much as 30% during a yawn.
22 Your heart pumps about 2 000 gallons of blood each day !
23 Your heart beats over 1 00 000 times a day!
24 Your hair grows faster in the morning than at any other time of day.
25 Your body is creating and killing 15 million red blood cells per second.
26 You’re born with 300 bones, but when you get to be an adult, you only have 206 !
27 You inhale about 7 00 000 of your own skin flakes each day.
28 Vaccines contain formaldehyde, ethylene glycol ( antifreeze ) phenol ( disinfectant / pesticide) and aluminum.
29 Women buy four out of every 10 condoms sold.
30 The tongue is the strongest muscle in the human body.
31 The smallest human penis ever recorded was just 5/8 of an inch long!
32 The right lung takes in more air than the left.
33 The average person has over 1 460 dreams a year !
34 The average human body contains enough iron to make a small nail.
35 The average human body contains enough fat to make seven bars of soap.
36 People that suffer from gum disease are twice as likely to have a stroke or heart attack.
37 A person with “ Panophobia ” has a fear of everything.
38 Pain travels through the body at 350 feet per second!
39 Only 1 person in 2 billion will live to be 116.
40 One quarter of the bones in your body are in your feet!
41 One out of 20 people has an extra rib.
42 Dating back to the 1 600′s, thermometers were filled with Brandy instead of mercury.
43 In older people, memory is best early in the morning and then declines during the late afternoon.
44 In Nepal, cow dung is used for medicinal purposes.
45 In Japan, condoms are commonly sold door to door .
46 Human thighbones are stronger than concrete !
47 Fingernails grow fastest on the hand you favor.
48 Every time you lick a stamp, you’re consuming 1/10 of a calorie !
49 Every day, the average person swallows about a quart of mucous.
50 Deep breathing gives you health benefits similar to aerobics.
51 A person will burn 7% more calories if they walk on hard dirt compared to pavement.