Fighting Fatigue

February 2nd, 2006

What are the common causes of fatigue?

While we all go through moments of feeling tired and washed out, chronic fatigue seems to be the new ’21st Century illness’, often linked to high Stress levels, environmental pollution, unhealthy diets and fast foods.

Despite plentiful food supplies and excellent medical facilities, many people in the Western world do not really know what it is like to feel truly healthy, full of energy and bounce.

Modern Western diets, environmental pollution and the use of alcohol, recreational drugs and prescription medicines all take their toll on Liver Functioning and on the healthy functioning of all body systems.

Fatigue is one of the first signs that the body is being damaged and placed under unhealthy Stress.

Fatigue as a symptom may be caused by a variety of factors, including:

What is Fatigue Fighter?

Fatigue Fighter’ is a Herbal Remedy which has been especially formulated to Increase Energy Levels, improve mental and Physical Performance and beat fatigue.

Unlike many other formulae, ‘Fatigue Fighter’ contains no stimulants or artificial substances and is safe, non-addictive and effective.

Fatigue Fighter’ not only fights fatigue and boosts energy levels, it also improves overall systemic functioning and helps to balance all body systems naturally and without Stress.

Fatigue Fighter’ is not a vitamin supplement, but contains carefully selected Herbs, known for their tonic effect on systemic functioning as well as their ability to increase strength and Endurance, while energizing both mind and body without the negative effects of other herbal or pharmaceutical stimulants.

This formula is extremely effective for athletes and sports people and can also be of great benefit for those recovering from illness and chronic fatigue disorders.

Use Fatigue Fighter regularly to:

Fatigue Fighter contains:

Eleutherococcus senticosis (Siberian Ginseng): A Botanical cousin of Panax Ginseng, this herb has been used in ancient Chinese medicine for thousands of years to enhance the vital energy of the body and to sharpen physical and mental performance and Endurance. Recent research has clinically proven that regular use will help to increase physical and mental performance, withstand Stress and boost Immune Functioning. Siberian Ginseng has been approved by medical authorities in Germany as an invigorating tonic for fatigue and to protect against and recover from illness.

Centella asiatica is a well respected herb in Ayurvedic (Indian) medicine. A favorite food of elephants, Centella asiatica contains chemicals called triterpines (including asiaticoside), which have the effect of enhancing collagen formation in bones, cartilage and connective tissue and promoting healthy blood vessels. Research has also demonstrated the beneficial effect of Centella asiatica on memory, concentration and mental performance levels, making it a herb of choice for students and scholars of all types.

Olea europea (extract of Olive leaf) is used to fight a variety of illnesses and to protect the body against disease, ailments and infection of all types. It is said to be particularly effect against hard to treat illnesses such as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Epstein-Barr Disease and Herpes. Olea europea is also effective in lowering High Blood Pressure and reducing cholesterol levels. As a powerful Anti-Fungal, it also fights Yeast Infections and can reduce Candida overgrowth in the system, one of the major causes of fatigue.

Caution: Safety during Pregnancy or breastfeeding has not been established. Consult your doctor before using ‘Fatigue Fighter’ if you are taking prescription medicine for heart complaints.

How has Fatigue Fighter helped others?

“I am a very keen sportsman and take my sport very seriously. I have tried many products which claim to boost energy levels and have never been very impressed until I tried Fatigue Fighter. After only two weeks I began to notice that I could Exercise longer and harder than ever before without becoming tired. It was as if the medicine supplied an extra store of energy inside me that just kept me going and going. I also find my mood has improved and I walk around with a bounce in my step and a smile on my face. Thank you for an excellent product!”- Colin.

“I can recommend this product for people recovering from ME (Chronic Fatigue Syndrome) like myself. There is a definite difference and the feelings of exhaustion and Depression have almost completely gone. I will keep taking Fatigue Fighter for sure!” - Joe.

“As a mother and a housewife I am always on the go and never have time to put my feet up. I know I don’t eat properly and never have a chance to Exercise (although I run after three children all day so that must count!:) Sometimes I feel like I could just collapse and in the morning I can’t get out of bed without forcing myself. This has all changed after I started taking Fatigue Fighter. A friend told me to take it and I am not sorry. I think I am a much nicer, happier and more energetic person and I even found myself singing in the shower the other day which hasn’t happened for ages!” - Pamela.

How do I use ‘Fatigue Fighter’?

Fatigue Fighter’ comes in convenient drop form and is especially formulated to quickly enter the bloodstream for maximum absorption.

Dosage: Take 15 drops in a 1/4 glass water or juice three times daily. For maximum effect, use as part of a healthy lifestyle, diet and Exercise program.

How long until I see results?

Many people see definite results after only a week as they begin to feel more energetic and less tired.

People who have chronic illnesses or very unhealthy lifestyles may take slightly longer to respond, but improvement should be noted after 3 - 5 weeks.

How long will a bottle last?

One bottle of ‘Fatigue Fighter’ will last approximately a month.

Evaluating the Need for Separate ADHD Schools and Knowing Your Child’s Legal Rights

February 2nd, 2006

by Tess Thompson

When a child has ADD ADHD, it is not uncommon for the first person to recognize the symptoms to be the child’s teacher. Many of the symptoms of ADHD can seem more pronounced in a structured classroom setting, when a child is forced to sit still and Focus on something specific. Of course, a teacher’s suspicion is not grounds for assumption that your child has the condition. A diagnosis of ADHD should come only after valid ADHD assessment tests and extensive professional evaluation that includes such factors as his or her behavior at school, at home and at play, and that eliminates the possibility that your child is suffering from other conditions, such as Depression or Anxiety, that can produce similar symptoms.

If you do determine that your child has ADHD and needs special child ADHD treatment, you should be aware of the legal rights your child has to an Education that accomodates his or her needs. ADHD children can have difficulty performing well in school and teachers can become frustrated with students who have behavioral problems or who require constant attention. Although you can weigh the benefits of private tutors, homeschooling or “ADHD schools” — special schools for children with learning disabilities (ADHD is not technically a learning disability, but some schools have programs that include instruction for ADHD children), there are laws which mandate that your child receive specialized Education within the confines of the public school system as well.

The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) is a federal statute that requires schools to identify children who have ADHD or other learning disorders and to provide special Education or provide other services to qualifying students. In order to qualify under IDEA, a child’s ADHD must be found to be severe enough to impair the child’s Education. Children who suffer from ADHD may also qualify under IDEA if they have simultaneously been diagnosed with a learning disablity or with emotional problems.

Chidren who don’t qualify for specialized Education under IDEA can still find help under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, which is an anti-discrimination provision designed to protect people with disabilities. It prohibits programs that are federally funded, such as public schools, from discriminating against people with disabilities, and requires schools to accomodate them. Accomodations can include things such as altering test-taking rules or providing help with note-taking.

The Americans with Disabilities Act also prohibits discrimination on the basis of disability, but includes organizations which recieve no federal funding. Under this provision, children with ADHD qualify for special help at public and at private schools.

Although these statutes must be legally upheld by schools, some school systems do not accurately train teachers and administrators to recognize the symptoms of ADHD, and they are often unaware of their legal obligations to accomodate children who suffer from it. Your child does have a legal right to these provisions, and you have the right to request them. In rare cases, when a school has been found to lack in sufficient accomodation, the state has paid for children to attend specialized private schools. Many public schools, however, have excellent systems in place, and more and more frequently, teachers are being trained to teach all kinds of students, including those with ADHD.

How To Make Hot and Cold Compresses

February 2nd, 2006

Essential Oils are the oils derived from plants that are used in aromatherapy. Applying Essential Oil compresses is an effective way of relieving pain and reducing inflammation.

Difficulty: Easy

Time Required: 5 minutes

Here’s How:

  1. In preparing for a hot compress, fill a bowl with very hot water.
  2. Add 4 to 5 drops of Essential Oil.
  3. Dip a folded piece of sterile cotton cloth into the prepared water.
  4. Squeeze out excess water.
  5. Place the moistened cloth onto the affected area until it reaches body temperature.
  6. Repeat steps 3 through 5 two to three times.
  7. In preparing for a cold compress, replace hot water with ice cold water and follow with steps 2 through 6.


  1. Hot compresses are helpful for backaches, Rheumatism, Arthritis, abscesses, earache, and toothache.
  2. Cold compresses are helpful for Headaches, neck Tension, sprains, and strains.

How To Give A Quick Reiki Treatment

February 2nd, 2006

Circumstances can arise that prevent healers from being able to give someone a full Reiki treatment. Here are the basic hand placements for practitioners to use in carrying out a shortened session.

Here’s How:

  1. Have the client sit upright comfortably in a straight backed chair or wheel chair.
  2. Instruct your client to take a few deep relaxing breaths. Take a few deep cleansing breaths yourself as well.
  3. Standing behind the client, place each of your hands on their shoulders. (2-5 minutes)
  4. Change position - lay your palms on the top of the head, hands flat, thumbs touching. (2-5 minutes)
  5. Change position - move to the client’s side, lay one hand on the Medulla oblongata (the area between the back of the head and the top of the spine) and the other on the forehead. (2-5 minutes)
  6. Change position - lay one hand on the seventh protruding cervical vertebra and the other in the pit of the throat. (2-5 minutes)
  7. Change position - lay one hand on the breastbone and the other on the back at the same height.(2-5 minutes)
  8. Change position - lay one hand on the solar plexus (stomach) and the other at the same height on the back.(2-5 minutes)
  9. Change position - lay one hand on the lower stomach and the other at the bottom of the back at the same height. (2-5 minutes)
  10. Finish with an aura sweeping to clear the auric field of the client’s body. (1 minute)


  1. Although there is not enough time to give a full treatment, do your best not to give the impression that you are rushing a treatment.
  2. Recommend that the client arrange for a full follow-up treatment at their earliest convenience.

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