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To help prevent carpal tunnel - Rest your arm against your body and forearm extended straight 90% or further down. Take breaks regularly to relax your hands and wrists, and sit on your hands, first down and then up while stretching your forearms. You can sit on your hands in the car while you're riding.
Always warm up the muscles before you stretch. Cold & Hot Water Therapy helps to warm up your muscles. Rub your muscles or use a warm wet towel to wrap the muscles. Have severe or tight back and neck pain? Get in the shower and turn up the hot water a little at a time while it sprays down your back. You can use a hand towel or folded bath towel like a cape to help hold the water temperature. Stand up straight for a few minutes before slowly stretching your neck and hugging yourself, to help stretch your muscles. Think good thoughts! Forgive whomever you are mad at, and pray while you heal. God is the ultimate healer and lover of our souls.
Cold + Hot Therapy increases circulation and natural healing of your body. Fill your double sinks enough to cover your forearms. Always start with cold, submerge arms and hold for 10-20 seconds. Immediately move to the hot water (as warm as you can stand it, and it should be a bit shocking) and hold for 10-20 seconds. Alternate cold + hot water 3-5 times. Then increase the time by 10 seconds the next time you do it. Every hour or so, depending on the degree of pain you have.
These hacks are spot on! A few I already use, but most are things I hadn't heard before. Thanks!
You shouldn't use the 'legs' on your keyboard. Your hand hyper extends and it's of the causes of carpel tunnel.
It amazes me that more people don't figure this one for themselves.
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Every time I get on my computer . I find something new on it. from what I see here I know that I will find a lot that will help me clean my apartment a lot faster and cleaning.
How to Make a Drill Machine at home (Mini Dremel by Motor 775)
Establish a routine when taking your medications. For example: Take morning meds with orange juice, afternoon with V-8 and evening meds with chocolate milk.
Oh, one more thing. FIRST AND FOREMOST, I do not like to drink water. For years after having chemo, I suffered from digestive distress (gullet to stomach). After taking numerous over the counter drugs (like Zantac, Gas X, Phasm, etc.) and numerous prescribed drugs, my gastrologist suggested instead of drinking iced tea, lemonade and/or sodas, drink cucumber water. I prepare 1/2 gallon of cucumber water every other day for both me and my husband. (Cut up six (1/4) slices of cucumbers and put them into 1/2 gallon of water and refrigerate.) I haven't had to take any meds for digestive distress since unless I am away from home. (If you are in a restaurant, instead of asking for a lemon slice, ask for a cucumber slice for your water. If you order a salad, ask for the salad dressing on the side so you can use the cucumber in your glass of water.)
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When you think summer, you think barbecue. Cooking outside is synonymous with those hot, hot, hot days and one of the best things to barbecue is fish. It’s just so tasty.The only problem is, grilling fish never goes as well as we hope. It sticks to the grill and we end up having to hack it off. Well not anymore. Simply lay some lemon slices on the grill and use them as a bed for you to lay your fish on. No more sticky and lots more flavor.
The egg float test has the ages of the eggs drastically wrong. First off, if one buys eggs at the store, in the USA at least, those eggs have been refrigerated and are, at minimum, probably at least 2 weeks old before you even buy them. Depending on how the eggs are treated and stored, an egg can be "fresh" for up to 6 weeks.
If an egg has been refrigerated, keep it that way until you are ready to use it. The moisture created when an egg is taken out of the fredge will affect the "bloom" on the egg, and allow bacteria to enter the eggshell.
Store eggs with the pointed side down. That also helps with maintaining the freshness of the egg, as it doesn't disturb the air cell in the egg as much. As well, if you intend to boil and "devil" the egg, by having it right side up, the egg yolk will be in a better position to have it centered in the cooked egg.
When the egg has started to stand up in the water - NOT floating! - that is when it is perfect for boiling, as it will peel MUCH easier. Either way, when it is standing up, you need to use the egg right away. The next stage, when it has started to raise up on the air cell end, that is the next egg you need to use, but you still have another week or two before the dozen that one came from before you need to panic. BUT, go ahead and use the egg you have float tested sooner than others, because it being wet will disturb the bloom on the egg.
Those who can buy eggs directly from your local farmers are going to be getting even better eggs, as generally local farmers allow their hens to free-range (much better diet!), and your eggs will often not be washed. If they are not washed, they can stay stored ON your COUNTER (I am not kidding) for a few weeks (longer if it's not very hot in your house) before you need to be concerned with them. Simply wash them as you get ready to use them, to keep them fresher and healthier for you. Wash them with water that is cooler than the egg is, to avoid forcing any germs through the shell as you wash off the bloom.
The bloom, which I keep talking about, is a natural sealant that the hen's body coats the egg with right before it gets laid. It's a very good method that nature has come up with to keep eggs viable as long as they can be, so the hen has enough time to lay enough to set on and hatch. However, even hens that are not in breeding programs do the same. It's a physical mechanism, not something she does by choice. If she's not in the mood to hatch any chicks, she can't turn it off. It just happens, but that's WHY it was developed over the aeons as chickens have developed. Many other animals that lay eggs also do the same with their eggs. It's simply a natural protectant to prevent germs from getting into the eggs to kill any potential babies inside.
NYTOWEL123... thank you so much for all the information on eggs 😊 it was very interesting and informative!