The changing face of self-confidence

Our face is expose to the element on a daily basis, from the day we are born to the day we die. It is the most unique feature about a person. It the central organ to our senses and at the heart of our senses are the complex structure of expressions and emotions. Our sensory system include the vision, hearing, taste, speech and smell. The face holds 14 bones and its complex structural surface is…

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Parkinson and Me

According to the BBC Health  and Parkinson UK many people hides their symptoms of Parkinson’s disease, for fear of stigma. Parkinson’s disease is a progressive neurological condition that currently has no cure but there are treatments available to help relieve the symptoms and maintain the quality of life you desire. These include supportive therapies (such as physiotherapy, psychotherapy, counselling), medication and, possibly, surgery. People who suffer from Parkinson’s disease lack a chemical called dopamine because nerve cells in…

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Stress Awareness

April has been host to Stress Awareness Month since 1992. Stress is widely used in everyday’s language to describe the body’s reaction to any change that requires an adjustment, action or response. The body react to the changes with physical, mental and emotional responses. Surely stress is as normal as your breathing? Why is it that we rate stress in a negative light? We put ourselves through stress by putting pressure on the body, we do thing in…

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