Where there is water, there is life. Water is one of the most essential substance for life, without drinking a glass of water 2 or 3 days none of us could survive. Doctors recommend us to drink 8 to 10 glasses water daily to stay healthy and nutritious but do they tell us to drink hot water rather than cold water. Hot water has numerous benefits to human body and it helps us keep fit. The following are some benefits:
1. Detoxification of the body:
Drinking hot water increases the body temperature which in return helps in the removal of toxins in internal system faster.
2. Better Digestion:
Hot water speeds up digestion by breaking the oils present in consumed food that can create a fat deposit in our intestine causing problem in our digestion.
3. Promotes weight loss:
Hot water is an excellent solution if you want to lose a few pounds. It breaks down the adipose tissues lying under the skin which shapes our body smarter.
4. Heals throat congestion:
Hot water dissolves cough or phlegm of a sore & cold throat and eliminates it.
5. Makes skin look younger and better:
By flushing toxins from the body it frees our skin from harmful radical. As a result our skin starts to repair, look better and free from infection.
6. Promotes hair growth:
Hot water provides great energy to hair cells which hasten up their process of production.
Ori meaning paper and gami meaning folding is the Japanese traditional art of paper folding which took its roots as early in the 17 century. Origami is a very fun way transforming something which very simple – a sheet of paper, to something very complex and manifold- a beautifully structure design of an animal or thing.
It contains a number of number of folds like the valley and mountain fold that are used in variety of ways to design amazing structures. Gluing and cutting doesn’t include in origami, they come under kirigami.
The following are some of the structures that can be made by origami paper:
1. Origami swan
2. Origami crane
3. origami turtle
4. Origami elephant
5. Origami star
Chinese herbal treatments aims to restore balance and stability in human body, to strengthen and provide peace and happiness to the human being.
Thousands of medicinal substances are used in China, today, most of which have plant origin. These are called herbs, the uses and healing effects, which the so called hunters discovered in ancient times dating as back to 200 BC. The classic Chinese book on medicinal herbs was written during the Ming Dynasty (1152-1578) by Li Shi-Zhen
Many western doctors prefer herbal treatment rather than antibiotics or other medicines that doctors usually prefer because of the unique curing effects of light and magical herbs that cures the person in such a way without any overdose or excessiveness.
The following are some of the illnesses which are cured by herbal treatment:
Fatigue and Lethargy
Common cold and influenza
Anxiety, depression and stress
Premenstrual syndrome and painful menstruation
1. Memory is Boosted
Learning a new language boosts memory as the brain creates new patterns and receives information , the power of association increases. Brain growth increases and vital areas of the brain grow. According to neurologists, our mental activity results in our brain activity.
The brain is a powerful tool, the more you use it, the better it becomes.
2. It delays Alzheimer and Dementia
According to a recent research in 2012, no other factor but learning a new languages delays Alzheimer and dementia as long as five years.
3. Explore new cultures
Learning a new language grants the opportunity to explore new culture and go deeper inside and see the hidden beauty in them as if you have another soul.
“To have another language is to possess a second soul.” –Charlemagne
4. Multitasking becomes better
Bilingual people can switch from one task to another more quickly. They adapt information more quickly and their linking of thing becomes faster.
5. Mind becomes sharper
According to a research in Spain, bilingual people are faster in detecting deceptions and/or flaws. Their recognition skill increases to a great extent.
The world may think that the existence of ninjas is a myth but ninjas did exist in the earlier days like in 1500 AD in Japan. They were covert and agents trained to kill and spy people. As time passed all the ninjas died and now whats left of them is a myth. Some legendary abilities purported to be in the province of ninja training include invisibility, walking on water, slitting into mutiple bodies and control over the natural elements. Ninjas were great killers and had high ninjutsu skills. Shinobis used extended spears, extremely shard swords, shurikens and killer class. their outfit was black to vanish into the darkness along or.with sometimes heavy body armor.
Koala is the most beautiful Australian animal that feds on eucalyptus leaves. The word koala in its aborigine language means ‘ no drink’ or ‘no water’ . It is a herbivore mammal weighing at max 10 kg and has a life span of maximum 20 years. They are nocturnal and spend most of their lives sleeping on trees. High temperatures can dehydrate koalas but eucalyptus leaves keep the fit. Koalas have a strong taste of smell of these leaves that drive their minds crazy. They are said to have great affection with their close ones.
Our planet is now in the midst of its sixth mass extinction of plants and animals — the sixth wave of extinctions in the past half-billion years. We’re currently experiencing the worst spate of species die-offs since the loss of the dinosaurs 65 million years ago. Although extinction is a natural phenomenon, it occurs at a natural “background” rate of about one to five species per year. Scientists estimate we’re now losing species at 1,000 to 10,000 times the background rate, with literally dozens going extinct every day]. It could be a scary future indeed, with as many as 30 to 50 percent of all species possibly heading toward extinction by mid-century.
Thinking skills are the mental processes that we apply when we seek to make sense of experience.It is apparent that better thinking will help us to learn more from our experience and to make better use of our intelligence.
It has always been the central aim of education to improve the quality of thinking because better thinking will not only enable us to become more successful at learning but will also equip us for life, enabling us to realise our own potential and to contribute to the development of a modern society.
Edward de Bono’s “Thinking hats” is a simple but useful approach that can be used in the classroom to ensure that issues are addressed from a variety of perspectives.