Being a modern individual is not all flowers and candy (which we are constantly told not to eat anyway). We are busy choosing careers, building careers or transitioning out of careers we feel no longer suit us. Add to that maintaining a family, taking care of our elders, maybe stealing enough time for a hobby and finding ourselves with very little time left for anything else. How do you do all that you do and maintain your emotional, psychological and physical health? It could be seamless!
“SEAMLESS” method mixes in 8 daily ingredients which can restore your physical and mental health and get you back to feeling great. It is designed to be simple to understand, easy to follow and flexible enough to never get boring. It seamlessly integrates into your everyday life regardless of age, income or current health. These techniques could be applied anywhere you are and don’t require additional investment. In fact the only 2 requirements are diligence and patience. So join me and get back to the awesome you!
Don’t just decide on a diet based on a book or a celebrity but go and get ELISA blood test and check for what your body is allergic to.
Instead of buying bottled water install a water filtration system in your home or get natural spring water from a spring near you.
Get dozens of tips on how to reduce, manage and eliminate stress. Some examples are,
For both men and women, heart disease kills the largest number of Americans per year. According to the American Heart Association, heart disease, which causes heart attacks and strokes, kills more people than all forms of cancer combined. Quit smoking and eat a diet low in fat and sodium to cut your risk.
Lung cancer is the cancer responsible for the most deaths in both men and women. Women are also affected greatly by breast and colorectal cancers, according to the Mayo Clinic. Reduce your risk of cancers by not smoking, eating a healthy diet, using sunscreen and getting regular cancer screenings.
Stroke is the number three cause of death in women, and the number four cause of death in men. Lifestyle changes that can reduce your risk of stroke, according to the Mayo Clinic, include quitting smoking, losing excess weight, exercising and eating a healthy diet.
Respiratory diseases such as bronchitis and emphysema belong to a class of diseases called COPD, or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. The National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute recommends quitting smoking to prevent COPD, as it is the largest risk factor.
According to the Mayo Clinic, the Centers for Disease Control states that the leading cause of fatal injuries in both men and women is motor vehicle accidents. Wearing your seatbelt, driving safely and not mixing alcohol and driving can prevent these accidents. Other causes of fatal accidents include poisoning and falls.
Type 2 diabetes can cause kidney damage, heart disease and blindness. It is also a leading cause of death in both men and women. Lose extra weight, exercise and eat a healthy diet to prevent diabetes.
Alzheimer’s disease is the fifth-leading cause of death in women, and the tenth in men. Doctors do not know exactly what causes Alzheimer’s disease, but there may be a link between this disease and heart disease, as well as head injuries.
Most healthy people can fight off a simple case of influenza, but in some people, it may cause complications such as pneumonia, which are potentially fatal. Wash your hands frequently and get a flu vaccine each year as recommended by your doctor. Also, ask your doctor if a pneumonia vaccine is right for you.
Kidney disease is the ninth-leading cause of death for both male and female Americans. It can be caused by high blood pressure or diabetes, according to the Mayo Clinic. The American Diabetes Association stresses the importance of keeping your blood sugar under control if you are a diabetic in order to prevent kidney disease.
Septicemia, or blood poisoning is the tenth-leading cause of death among women. It is usually a complication of a bacterial infection such as a lung or urinary tract infection. The best ways to prevent septicemia are to wash your hands often, seek medical care for any infections in the body and to change tampons often and avoid using tampons that are more absorbent than you need.
"The real power in life is not what happens to us, but rather, how we respond to the circumstances we face . . . a choice of love or fear. Allen Vaysberg's SEAMLESS process helps us to appreciate what on a core level we already know - Love is the great healer. I highly recommend Allen as a Life Recalibration Expert in guiding us all to achieve a life that we love to live!"