Ponderings on Work

>> Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Business these past few months are rare and I'm starting to ready myself for a big decision for the company.  We're just a pioneering company and we're depending on our accreditation to major Telcos in the country.  As we're having difficulty in our projected big opportunity plan in the biggest Telco in the country I'm setting my future in my company to what God has planned for me.  

Since I resigned from my dear Sir Bob's companies of consultancy and telecommunications I didn't aspired for a career in any corporate work but dedicated myself to my first love which is writing.  When I joined my friend when she started the company my mind was set to doing it on a part-time basis.  Well when I agreed to go on full time I didn't expected myself to go this far.  Obviously I enjoyed working again and now that we're not sure how long we'll stay I have mixed emotions on my work.  I still have to pray for God's guidance on my decision.


Nursing Magazine

Health care jobs are one of the noblest jobs that I can count on my list. Everyone in this field seems to exert extra effort in caring for people who needs treatment, care and attention when they’re in hospitals or clinic. I have nurse friends who are in this field and witnessed how they devote their life to patient service even when they also needs caring when they’re sick. I actually admire their dedication in performing their duties especially those assigned in emergency section where cases of extreme sickness are common. I have experienced being in emergency room and not everyone can stand being there but if you see the doctors and nurses attending the patients you’ll see their strength, perseverance and patience in giving treatment to patients. 

For me it’s a tough job and compared to other fields it seems others are easier and lighter because when they fail to give their best their patient’s life will be at stake. Anyway seeing the importance of nurse attitude towards work and their skills and knowledge it brought some thoughts to my mind that indeed they need something that will update their medical knowledge and if possible they can also search for opportunities on how to advance their skills. As the nursing profession is fast advancing through emerging technology they should be able to adapt to modern medical changing times. They also need further and continued education to be able to give their full service to health care industry. 

With this in mind it’s good that there’s Nursing 2013, the ultimate source for clinical and professional information, equipment updates, latest news and more. If the nurses need some quick updates on some topics in nursing they can refer to the magazine for help. It also has ample information on diseases, drugs, strategies on nursing care and legal matters as well. If they want to continue or advance their education they also offer plenty of opportunities to their skills advancement. So if you want to keep ahead in insightful readings, best practices and nursing techniques used in clinics, hospital and ER this magazine will keep you ahead.


Overcoming Muscle Pain Associated with Menopause

Menopause can lead to a number of different symptoms. These can range from mild to severe. Menopausal symptoms can be anything including: weight gain, hair loss, acne, fatigue, depression, body odor changes, bad breath, painful joints, insomnia, mood swings, and much more. Another common symptom due to menopause, is muscle pain.

Muscle pain and menopause can go hand-in-hand. Many women experience it during this challenging time in their lives. Luckily, there are ways to properly treat and prevent it from happening. Most of the ways you can prevent your muscles from becoming sore and stiff, begins with life changes that will in the end, make your everyday life better, with positive changes both mentally and physically being the end result.

Painful Muscles, Menopause, and Age

So why can menopause lead to painful muscles? It has to do with the fact that during menopause, a woman's most primary hormones are fluctuating and becoming imbalanced. As estrogen and progesterone in particular, fluctuate and eventually decline, a number of symptoms, including weakness in the muscles, can occur.

The hard truth is that muscle weakness, as well as muscle loss is a common factor that will happen naturally to your body as time wears on. So, not just menopause per say, will lead to painful muscles, but rather the aging factor has a big role in muscular weakness. That being said, during menopause you are at that time in your life when such issues can happen, as menopause typically happens to women in their forties and fifties – a time in which menopause itself strikes, along with all the other issues that come with age itself.

Overcoming Painful Muscles

Luckily it's not the end of the world, even if you do have muscle pain during menopause. There are many ways to try and relieve this issue, but most of them have to do with natural remedies and changes in your daily life. Here are a few natural alternatives to help out with weakness in the muscles that could otherwise lead to pain:

Diet: This is a key role in getting your life back together. Make sure that you're eating a healthy diet on a daily basis, and getting all your nutrition. In the end, you will become a happier, healthier you, both in a mental and physical sense. To help make sure you have all the vitamins and nutrients you need, you can look into menopause treatments like KuhlCare on their website.

Workout: We've all heard that working out every day is healthy. And, to state the obvious, it is. But, it can also help relieve many symptoms associated with menopause, including painful muscles. After all, if you're not exercising on a daily basis, then you're not really using your muscles, and from there your neglected muscles will become weak, thus this can lead to stiff and aching muscles. So, getting a regular exercise routine in is one of the best things you can do. Along with cardio workouts, such as walking everyday, muscle building workouts are effective for preventing pain in the muscles. Combining both cardio with muscle training workouts is the way to go, and help to tone and build your muscles.

Stretching: Make sure that before you workout, you always stretch your muscles in order to prevent strain. Also, some women participate in pilates and yoga classes in order to keep themselves – and their muscles – in tip-top shape, all through menopause and beyond.

Engaging in proper lifestyle routines is the key to preventing and relieving muscle pain due to menopause.


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