Sunday, April 26, 2009

Solution to Dandruff

Dandruff Problem

Dandruff Symptoms

The scales from the scalp fall: When the hair is combed or brushed, or when the scalp is scratched, the scales from the scalp fall like snowflakes and settle on the eye brows, shoulders, and clothes. These scales sometimes appear as lumps or crusts on the scalp. Itching is there and scalp may become red: Often there is itching as well and the scalp may become red from scratching.

Dandruff Causes

Impairment of general health, wrong food intake, constipation The main causes of dandruff are impairment of general health, development of a toxic condition mainly due to taking of wrong foods, constipation, and a low vitality due to infectious diseases. Emotional tension, harsh shampoos, general exhaustion Other factors contributing to this disorder are emotional tension, harsh shampoos, exposure to cold and general exhaustion.

Home Remedies for Dandruff

Dandruff treatment using Fenugreek Seeds

The use of fenugreek seeds is one of the most important remedies in the treatment of dandruff. Two tablespoons of these seeds should be soaked overnight in water and ground into a fine paste in the morning. This paste should be applied all over the scalp and left for half an hour. The hair should then be washed thoroughly with soap-nut (ritha) solution or acacia concinna.

Dandruff treatment using Lime

The use of a teaspoon of fresh lime juice for the last rinse, while washing the hair, is another useful remedy. This not only leaves the hair glowing but also removes stickiness and prevents dandruff.

Dandruff treatment using Green Gram Powder

A valuable prescription for removal of dandruff is the use of green gram powder. The hair should be washed twice a week with two tablespoons of this powder mixed with half a cup of curd.

Dandruff treatment using Beet

Beets have been found useful in dandruff. Both tops and roots should be boiled in water and this water should be massaged into the scalp with the finger tips every night. White beet is better for this purpose.

Dandruff treatment using Snake Gourd

The juice of snake gourd has been found beneficial in the prevention and treatment of dandruff. The juice should be rubbed over the scalp for this purpose.

Dandruff treatment using Other Remedies

Dandruff can be removed by massaging the hair for half an hour with curd which has been kept in the open for three days, or with a few drops of lime juice mixed with Indian gooseberry juice every night, before going to bed. Another measure which helps to counteract dandruff is to dilute cider vinegar with an equal quantity of water and dab this on to the hair with cotton wool in-between shampooing. Cider vinegar added to the final rinsing water after shampooing also helps to disperse dandruff.

Dietaries for Dandruff

All-fruit diet with three meals a day of juicy fruits Diet plays an important role in the treatment of dandruff. To begin with, the patient should resort to an all-fruit diet for about five days and take three meals a day of juicy fruits.
Avoid citrus fruits, bananas, tinned fruits Citrus fruits, bananas, dried, stewed, or tinned fruits should not be taken.

Well-balanced diet

After the all-fruit diet, the patient can gradually adopt a well-balanced diet, with emphasis on raw foods, especially fresh fruits and vegetables. Further short periods of an all-fruit diet for three days or so may be necessary at monthly intervals till the skin's condition improves. Avoid strong tea/coffee, pickles, refined and processed foods Meats, sugar, white flour, strong tea or coffee, condiments, pickles, refined and processed foods should all be avoided.

Other Dandruff treatments

Keep hair and scalp clean to avoid accumulation of dead cells. The foremost consideration in the treatment of this disorder is to keep the hair and scalp clean so as to minimize the accumulation of dead cells. Hair should be brushed daily to improve circulation The hair should be brushed daily to improve the circulation and remove any flakiness. The most effective way to brush the hair is to bend forward from the waist with the head down towards the ground, and brush from the nape of the neck towards the top of the head. The scalp should also be thoroughly massaged everyday, using one's finger tips and working systematically over the head. This should be done just before or after brushing the hair. Like brushing, this stimulates the circulation, dislodges dirt and dandruff, and encourages hair growth. Exposure of the head to the rays of the sun is also a useful measure in the treatment of dandruff.

Warm-water enema

During the first five days of the treatment when the patient takes an all-fruit diet, a warm-water enema should be taken daily to cleanse the bowels. Simultaneously, an attempt should be made to keep the body in good health.

Wednesday, April 22, 2009

25 Ways to Simplify Your Life with Kids

You won’t get to ultra-simple if your life includes children … but you can find ways to simplify, no matter how many kids you have.

Take my life, for example: I have a house full of kids, and yet I’ve found ways to streamline my life, to find peace and happiness among the chaos. How is this magic trick accomplished? Nothing magical, actually, but just little things that have simplified my life over the years.

The main magic trick, however: making my family my top priority, and choosing only a small number of priorities in my life. If you have too many things you want to do, or need to do, your life will become complicated. But if you choose just a few things that are important to you, you can eliminate the rest, and simplify your life greatly.

What follows is a list that might seem complicated to some — 25 items! Trust me, I could easily double this list, but I don’t want to overwhelm you. Instead of trying to tackle everything on this list at once, choose a few things that appeal to you, and give them a try. Bookmark this page and come back to it from time to time to try out other ideas. Best yet, they might inspire new ideas of your own!

1. Self-sufficiency. This one tip could simplify your life greatly, over time. However, it will make things more complicated in the short term. The idea is to teach your kids to do things for themselves as they get older and more capable. Teaching them to do something themselves instead of just doing it yourself takes time and can be a little frustrating at first, but it will pay off for years to come. My kids, for example, can make themselves breakfast, shower and dress themselves, brush their teeth, and generally get themselves ready in the morning with only minimal prompting from us. They can clean their rooms, wash dishes, sweep, mop, dust, wash the car. The older ones can cook basic dishes and babysit the younger ones. This type of self-sufficiency has saved my wife and me tons of time and trouble over the years.

2. One calendar. If you have more than one kid, you might have a lot of activities going on that you need to track, from school events such as Christmas performances and parent-teacher conferences to extracurricular activities such as soccer practice, dance classes, or Spring concerts. Organize your life with a simple calendar (I use Google Calendar) and enter all activities and appointments on this one calendar, from kids’ stuff to your own goings on. When they hand you papers from school, or soccer schedules, immediately enter everything onto the calendar. Then a quick glance at the calendar each day will help you plan your day.

3. Toy bins. It’s an inevitable fact of life that kids have lots of toys, and that they will be everywhere. You will drive yourself crazy if you try to manage them with dictator-like ruthlessness. Instead, let kids play, but have lots of bins where they can toss the toys inside when they’re done. Then cleaning up is a cinch — they just toss everything on the floor into the bins, and move on to making their next mess. You can have designated bins for certain toys (this one’s for Lego's, this one’s for stuffed animals, this one’s for cars), and also have some general-purpose bins for things that don’t fit anywhere else. Don’t be too strict about them — the whole purpose is to make things simpler.

4. Regular cleanups. If you’re like me, you don’t like a huge mess. Teach your kids to clean up after themselves — let them make a mess, but every now and then, tell them it’s time to clean up. Be sure to tell them to clean up before moving on to something else, such as lunchtime or bedtime. It’s good to have regular times during the day when they do cleanups, such as before bed or before they leave for school, so that the house is always clean at night and during the day.

5. Quiet bedtime routines. Kids thrive on routine, and no routine is better than the one before they go to sleep. Have a regular routine before bed — it might consist of cleaning up, showering, brushing their teeth, getting into their pajamas, and reading a book. Reading aloud to them just before bedtime is a great idea, because it quiets them down after a day of activity, it gives you quality bonding time together, and it gets them into the habit of reading. Plus, it’s just something that everyone can enjoy.

6. Prep the night before. Mornings can be a hectic time for parents and kids alike, but they don’t have to be. Instead, prep as much as possible the night before, and have your mornings be a little more relaxed. I like to prep lunches, get their clothes ready (and mine as well), and have them shower, get their homework and school bags ready. Then the morning is simply eating breakfast, a little grooming, getting dressed, and gathering everything together before you head out the door. It’s a great way to start your day.

7. Don’t schedule too much. Sometimes we schedule things back-to-back-to-back, so that every minute of every day is planned out. That leads to stress and problems. Instead, schedule as little as possible each day, and leave space between events, appointments or activities, so that your day moves along at a more leisurely pace. Start getting ready earlier than necessary, so there’s no rush, and leave yourself time to transition from one thing to another. A more spaced-out schedule is much more relaxing than a cramped one.

8. Have dedicated family times. Try to find regular times in your schedule when you do nothing else but spend time together as a family. For some people, dinner time works well — everyone sits down to dinner together as a family, and no other activities are planned at that time. For others, weekends, or maybe just one day of the weekend, work better. We reserve Sundays as our Family Day, and try our best not to schedule anything else on that day. It’s something we look forward to. Weekends in general are for our family, as are evenings — all work gets done on weekdays, before 5 p.m.

9. Simple clothing. It’s best to buy clothes for your kids that will match easily — choose a similar color scheme, so that you’re not always digging through their clothes to find stuff that matches. Go through their clothes every few months to get rid of stuff that doesn’t fit (kids grow so fast!) and donate the old clothes to relatives or charity (or pass them on to a younger sibling). Keep their wardrobe simple — if it doesn’t fit neatly in their drawers, you have to get rid of it or get rid of something else. Don’t stuff drawers, or you’ll make it hard to find stuff. Also, socks are usually a challenge — use mesh bags, one for clean socks and another for dirty ones. Then throw the dirty mesh bag in the laundry, and socks won’t get lost (or at least, not as often).

10. Always prep early. I try to make it a point to look at the schedule in advance (usually the day before) to see what’s coming up. That allows me to prepare for those events or activities early, so that we aren’t in a rush when we’re getting ready. For example, on soccer days, we make sure that all the soccer gear, plus folding chairs and water bottles and snacks and whatnot, are all ready to go beforehand. Prepping early makes things a lot easier later on.

11. Always bring snacks. Kids always get hungry. So be ready — if you’re going on the road, pack some snacks in baggies. Crackers, cheese, fruit, carrot sticks, PB&J sandwiches, graham crackers, peanuts, raisins all make good portable snacks. An insulated lunch container with re-usable ice packs help keep things fresh. Also always bring plenty of water, as kids are always thirsty. Can’t help you with the urgent bathroom breaks, though.

12. Baby wipes and emergency kit. There will always be messes. Be ready. Baby wipes, even after they are past using diapers, are indispensable for all kinds of messes. Pack them in a little “emergency kit” that might include medical supplies, reading material, activities, a towel, and extra clothes — anything you can think of that might prepare you for anything that regularly arises.

13. Pack spare clothes. We have a little carry-on luggage that’s always packed with a couple of changes of clothes for each kid — good clothes (for a party or something), regular clothes, underwear, socks. This way we’re always ready, if there’s an accident, or should they want to spend the night with grandparents or a cousin while we’re out at a party or something. It’s indispensable.
14. Create weekly routines. Aside from regular family times (mentioned above), it’s good to have a weekly routine that’s written out and posted somewhere everyone can see it. A weekly routine might include regular practice times, house cleaning day, washing the car, yard work day, errands day, recurring appointments, etc. This makes the schedule more predictable for everyone, and eliminates a lot of surprises.

15. Communicate as a family. Regular communication between family members solves a lot of problems. Have regular times when the family can talk about family issues. Dinnertime is a good time for that. We also have a weekly “Family Meeting” where we all sit down and talk about household issues, we compliment and thank each other, we plan our Family Day, and we play a fun game at the end.

16. Go on dates. If you have trouble finding alone time with each child (whether you have one child or more than one), setting up “dates” can be a good way to ensure that you do things together. Make a date with your child for a specific day and time, and together you should decide what you want to do on that date. It can be something simple, like taking a walk in your neighborhood or in a park, reading together, playing board games, sports or video games, or it can be something like going to a restaurant or movie or amusement park. If you have lots of kids, you might have to rotate dates with them.

17. Create alone time for your spouse. It’s easy to become so busy with your kids that you forget about your significant other. Don’t let this happen — it’s a sure way to drift apart and lose that bond that led you to having a family together. Keep the relationship alive by getting a babysitter (maybe once a week) and doing something together, just the two of you.

18. Let things go sometimes. I’m not always good at this, but it’s something I work on constantly: don’t always be so strict. Let things go. They’re kids — let them live. I have a tendency to be very strict about things, but I remind myself constantly that it’s not worth all the hassle to get on their cases about things. Instead, let things go, and just relax. They’ll turn out just fine in the end, as long as you love and support them.

19. Make decluttering a family event. I like to set aside one day every few months when we go through all the stuff in our rooms and declutter. We do it together, and it can be a bonding time. We end up with trash bags full of junk, boxes full of stuff to donate or give to family, and in the end, much simpler rooms. It’s very satisfying.

20. Spend quiet time at home. Often we get so busy that we’re on the road all the time, going to one thing or another. And when we have family time, that’s often spent on road too — going to movies or restaurants or other fun events. But that can be exhausting, and expensive. Instead, try to spend time at home as often as you can. You can watch a DVD instead of going to the movies, and pop some popcorn. You can play board games or go outside and play a sport. You can read to each other, or by yourselves, or tell stories. There are dozens of things you can do at home that cost nothing, and that are relaxing and fun.

21. Create traditions. Kids love traditions, from holiday traditions to family traditions. My mom likes all our kids to come over before Christmas to make Christmas cookies, or come over before Easter to color eggs. The kids love those traditions. You might also create some traditions at your house, whether that’s a family dinner time, Family Meetings or Family Day, or anything that brings you together. If you make it a regular thing, and give it special importance, it will be a tradition, and it will be something your kids remember into adulthood.

22. Make cooking and cleaning a family thing. Cooking and cleaning can be complicated things, and they can take your time away from your kids. Doing these activities as a family solves both problems — having everyone pitch in can really simplify cooking and cleaning, and it gives you quality time together while teaching your children valuable life skills. Make it fun — let them choose recipes, go shopping for ingredients with you. See how quickly you can clean the whole house — if my whole family pitches in, we can do it in about 30-40 minutes. Make everything a game or a challenge.

23. Reduce commitments. This tip applies to both your commitments and your kids’ commitments. If you have too many, your life will be complicated. If you reduce your commitments, your life will be simplified. It’s that simple. Make a list of all your family’s commitments and see which ones align with your priorities, and which ones are the most important. Which ones give you the most joy and benefit? And which ones just drain your time and energy without giving you much back in return? Keep the essential commitments — yours and your kids — and eliminate as many of the rest as possible.

24. Get active. These days, kids can become very inactive (and unhealthy) with all the TV, Internet and video games they consume. Get them active by going outside with them and taking walks, going for swims, playing sports. My family likes to play soccer or kickball. Play freeze tag. If you run, let your kids run with you, at least part of the way. Get them bikes and go to the park. Do challenges, like races or push up or pull up challenges. Make it fun, but get them active. How does this simplify your life? It means they consume less media, which in my opinion is a complicating factor. And even better, it gets them healthy in an inexpensive way, reducing your health care costs down the road.

25. Focus on doing, not on spending. Too often we send messages to our kids about how to live life, based on what we do: we like to go shopping, and eat out, and go to the movies, and so our kids learn that having fun means spending money. We focus on material things, and therefore so do they. Instead, teach them (by talking but also by your actions) that what’s important is doing stuff, not buying stuff. Go for walks in the park, play outdoors, play board games, read, tell stories, play charades, cook and clean, go to the beach or lake, build stuff, wash the car. Spend quality time together, doing stuff that doesn’t cost money.

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Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Hey you yes you...............

Hmmmmmmmmm no time to even mail me aah??????????

Ah u are thinking to mail me now??????????

chooooo cho chweet of you

Ah cmon send it across Im waitin for ur hi dear..

Hmmmmmm hw long I hav to wait??????????

Vat?????????no need to wait ah?????????wow

;-) ;-) ;-) ;-) waitingggggggggggg

Hey im watching u,so do send a hi soon

Hey dnt try to fool meeeeeeeeee¦

Monday, April 20, 2009

Ray Of Hope

Thank you Ray Allen!!!

I've got to tell you, I've seldom watched a game with so much dread and pessimism. Especially once Rondo went down with another ankle injury. Every time the Celtics did something good, the Bulls answered right back. Thankfully Ray Allen found his stroke in the 2nd half and sealed the game with a huge three pointer.

Hats off to Rajon Rondo too. He looked a lot slower after the injury but still managed to top off a triple double.

Updated thoughts:

The Good News

* The goal was to bounce back and win the 2nd game. Done.
* Derrick Rose, though effective, was not the dominant force he was in game 1.
* Big Baby had an excellent start and a good game overall.
* I'm not sure I'd ever call Perkins clutch, but that's just what he was. A key rebound and putback plus a key block down the stretch helped win the game.
* That might have been the best the Bulls could have played (42 for Gordon, 10 blocks between TT and Noah) and we still beat them.

The Bad News

* It is only game 2 and Pierce looks worn out.
* Their frontcourt is playing much, much better than I gave them credit for. Again, it reminds me of the way the Hawks altered and rejected shot after shot in the first round last year.
* If Rondo's ankle swells up overnight, we're in a heap of trouble. He's been our best player, hands down. Without him, we're toast.
* Our bench scored 9 points.


Now we have to go to Chicago and at least win a game. I can't call it "steal" a game because I still think we're the better team. We should be able to beat this team anywhere. Maybe if Ray can stay on course for the whole game it will be better for us. Our defense really needs to step up in a big way. Doc and the staff were able to adjust to limit Rose a little more today, but now we have Gordon to worry about. It will be interesting to see what they come up with next.

The bottom line is that the Celtics survived this game more than they won it. Had they lost, it would have been the boxing equivalent of a one-two punch that would have left us staggering backwards. Thankfully the Celtics got a good punch in just before the bell. But not before feeling worked over.

We've seen the best they have to offer and we're tied 1-1. That's a start.

Update on Leon from The Boston Globe

Leon Powe sprained his left knee during the first half of Monday night's win over the Chicago Bulls and did not return. Powe received an MRI on his knee during the game and is questionable for the rest of the series.

When it rains it pours apparently.

How to improve your Health

1.)Brush twice a day!

2.)Dress right for the weather.

3.)Visit the dentist regularly.

4.)Get plenty of rest.

5.)Make sure your hair is dry before going outside.

6.)Eat right.

7.)Get outside in the sun every once in a while.

8.)Always wear a seatbelt.

9.)Control your drinking of alcoholic beverages.

10.)Smile! It will make you feel better.

11.)Don't over indulge yourself.

12.)Bathe regularly.

13.)Read to exercise the brain.

14.)Surround yourself with friends.

15.)Stay away from too much caffeine.

16.)Use the bathroom regularly.

17.)Get plenty of exercise.

18.)Have your eyes checked regularly.

19.)Eat plenty of vegetables.

20.)Believe that people will like you for who you are.

21.)Forgive and forget.

22.)Take plenty of vacations.

23.)Celebrate all special occasions.

24.)Pick up a hobby.

25.)Love your neighbor as yourself.

20 Rules in any office

1. Rule 1. - The Boss is always right.

2. Rule 2. - If the Boss is wrong, see rule 1.

3. Those who work get more work. Others get pay, perks, and promotions.

4. Ph.D. stands for "Pull Him Down". The more intelligent a person, the more hardworking a person, the more committed a person; the more number of persons are engaged in pulling that person down.

5. If you are good, you will get all the work. If you are really good, you will get out of it.

6.. When the Bosses talk about improving productivity, they are never talking about themselves.

7. It doesn't matter what you do, it only matters what you say you've done and what you are going to do.

8. A pat on the back is only a few centimeters from a kick in the butt.

9. Don't be irreplaceable. If you can't be replaced, you can't be promoted.

10. The more crap you put up with, the more crap you are going to get.

11. If at first you don't succeed, try again. Then quit. No use being a damn fool about it...

12. When you don't know what to do, walk fast and look worried.

13.. Following the rules will not get the job done.

14. If it weren't for the last minute, nothing would get done.

15. Everything can be filed under "Miscellaneous" .

16. No matter how much you do, you never do enough.

17. You can do any amount of work provided it isn't the work you are supposed to be doing..

18. In order to get a promotion, you need not necessarily know your job.

19. In order to get a promotion, you only need to pretend that you know your job.

20. The last person that quit or was fired will be held responsible for everything that goes wrong.


We all think eating fruits means just buying fruits,
cutting it, and just popping it into our mouths. It's
not as easy as you think.

It's important to know how, and when to eat fruits.

What is the correct way of eating fruits?


If you eat fruit like that, it will play a major role to
detoxify your system, supplying you with a great deal of
energy for weight loss, and other life activities.

Let's say you eat two slices of bread and then a
slice of fruit. The slice of fruit is ready to go straight
to the stomach into the intestines, but it is prevented
from doing so.

In the meantime the whole meal rots, ferments, and
turns to acid. The minute the fruit comes into contact
with the food in the stomach and digestive juices, the
entire mass of food begins to spoil.

So please eat your fruits on an empty stomach or before
your meals! You have heard people complaining - every time
I eat watermelon I burp; when I eat 'durian' my
stomach bloats-up; when I eat bananas, I feel like running
to the toilet etc. Actually all this will not arise if you
eat the fruit on an empty stomach. The fruit mixes with the
putrefying of the other food, and produces gas. Hence you
will bloat!

Graying hair, balding, nervous outburst, and dark circles
under the eyes... all these will not happen if you take
fruits on an empty stomach.

There is no such thing as fruits, like orange and lemon
are acidic, because all fruits become alkaline in our
body, according to Dr. Herbert Shelton who did a research
on this matter.

If you have mastered the correct way of eating fruits,
you have the 'secret' of beauty, longevity, health,
energy, happiness, and normal weight.

When you need to drink fruit juice - drink only fresh
fruit juice, NOT drink mixes in bottles or cans. Don't
even drink juice that has been heated up. Don't eat
cooked fruits, because you don't get the nutrients at
all. You only get the taste.

Cooking destroys all the vitamins.

But eating a whole fruit is better than drinking the
juice. If you should drink the juice, drink it mouthful by
mouthful slowly, because you must let it mix with your
saliva before swallowing it.

You can go on a 3-day fruit fast to cleanse your body.

Just eat fruits, and drink fruit juice throughout the 3
days and you will be surprised when your friends
tell you how radiant you look!

KIWI: Tiny but mighty.

This is a good source of potassium, magnesium, Vitamin E
& fiber. Its Vitamin C content is twice that of an

APPLE: An apple a day keeps the doctor away?

Although an apple has a low Vitamin C content, it has
antioxidants & flavonoids which enhances the activity
of Vitamin C thereby helping to lower the risks of colon
cancer, heart attack & stroke.

STRAWBERRY: Protective Fruit.

Strawberries have the highest total antioxidant power among
major fruits & protect the body from cancer-causing,
blood vessels-clogging free radicals.

ORANGE: Sweetest medicine.

Taking 2 -4 oranges a day may help keep colds
away, lower cholesterol, prevent & dissolve kidney
stones as well as lessens the risk of colon cancer.


Thirst Quencher composed of 92% water; it is also packed
with a giant dose of glutathione, which helps boost our
immune system. They are also a key source of lycopene -
the cancer fighting oxidant. Other nutrients found in
watermelon are Vitamin C & Potassium.

GUAVA & PAPAYA: Top awards for Vitamin C.

they are the clear winners for their high Vitamin C
content. Guava is also rich in fiber, which helps prevent
constipation. Papaya is rich in carotene; this is good for
your eyes.

Drinking cold water after meal = Cancer!
Can you believe this???

For those who like to drink cold water, this article is
applicable to you.

It is nice to have a cup of cold drink after a meal.
However, the cold water will solidify the oily stuff that
you have just consumed. It will slow down the digestion.

Once this 'sludge' reacts with the acid, it will
break down, and be absorbed by the intestine faster than
the solid food. It will line the intestine. Very soon, this
will turn into fats, and lead to cancer.

It is best to drink hot soup, HOT TEA or warm water after a meal.

Serious notes for women on HEART ATTACKS:

Women should know that not every heart attack
symptom is going to be the left arm hurting. Be aware of
intense pain in the jaw line.

You may never have the first chest pain during the course
of a heart attack.

Nausea and intense sweating are also common symptoms.
60% of people who have a heart attack while
they are asleep do not wake up.

Pain in the jaw can wake you from a sound sleep. Let's
be careful and be aware.
The more we know, the better chance we could survive...

A cardiologist says if everyone who gets this mail sends
it to 10 people, you can be sure that we'll save at
least one life.


Since many people are alone when they suffer a heart
attack, without help, the person whose heart is beating
improperly, and who begins to feel faint, has only about 10
seconds left before losing consciousness.

However, these victims can help themselves by coughing
repeatedly, and very vigorously. A deep breath should be
taken before each cough, deep and prolonged, as when
producing sputum from deep inside the chest.

A breath, and a cough must be repeated about every two
seconds without let-up until help arrives, or until the
heart is felt to be beating normally again.

Deep breaths get oxygen into the lungs and coughing
movements squeeze the heart, and keep the blood
circulating. The squeezing pressure on the heart also helps
it regain normal rhythm.

This way, heart attack victims can get to a hospital.
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