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Are all the mask terminologies driving you crazy. With all these letters and numbers flying around, why can’t we just have one universal standard for what is classified as safe and reliable to use in a pandemic situation. A coronavirus pandemic that we are facing now.
So what is the Difference Between a P2, N95, KN95 FFP2 Face Mask? Essentially they are basically all the same with minor variations.
As the glitter of New Year’s fades and the reality of sticking to your resolutions sets in, it’s easy to get distracted and even disheartened. But with some simple steps you can improve your self-discipline and focus in 2019 and beyond.
With New Year’s fast approaching it’s the time for resolutions. Why not make a commitment to declutter your home and workspace? Decluttering not only invites positive energy into our lives, it makes it easier to focus our time and energy. By freeing ourselves of things we don’t need, we make more room for the things we do. Let’s look more deeply at the positive effects of decluttering and some tips and tricks to get you started.
Most holistic and conventional facials share a similar routine of cleansing, exfoliating, toning and moisturising – but the similarities generally stop there. Holistic facials look at the person as a whole, not just their skin. They also avoid the use of harsh chemicals and processes. Let’s look at these, and some of other the differences between holistic and conventional facials in more detail.
“The individual has always had to struggle to keep from being overwhelmed by the tribe. If you try it, you will be lonely often, and sometimes frightened. But no price is too high to pay for the privilege of owning yourself.” – Friedrich Nietzsche
At our core we all have an authentic self – the part of us that follows our heart and lives with passion and purpose. But as we get older and take on increasingly complex roles and responsibilities, it can often feel like we are drifting further and further from this true self. From the outside everything may seem perfect, but inside you feel out-of-sync and hear a small voice saying, “This isn’t me.”
The good news is that our true self is always there for us to tap into when we’re ready. With each new day we have the opportunity to live more authentically. It may be hard at first, but by taking small steps you can begin to reconnect with the person you know you are, and let her shine through in everything you do.
Over the years there’s been much debate about which is better for productivity, creativity, health and success – being an early bird or a night owl. But is one actually better than the other? Let’s look at some of the pros and cons of each as well as how you can make the most of your natural energy cycles.
So you may have a vaginal yeast infection. There is nothing to be embarrassed about.
Vaginal yeast infections is a common occurrence. It’s caused by the build up of a fungus called Candida Albicans, which is normally found in small amounts in the vagina. The acidic environment in the vagina prevents yeast from growing. If the acidity of the vagina decreases, then too many yeast grow, causing vaginal infection.
The acidity of the vagina can be changed due to menstruation period, pregnancy, intake of antibiotics, steroids, diabetes, personal hygiene or birth control pills.
In 2010 a proposed ban for a period of 18 months on products that contain more than 1% of the chemical diethylhexyl phthalate (DEHP) was announced by the Australian Minister for Competition Policy and Consumer Affairs (ACCC).
The proposal was triggered by long established scientific research suggesting that exposure to phthalates may lead to reproductive difficulties and a recent study showing that metabolites of these compounds can be detected in the urine of children exposed to shampoos, powders, children’s toys and baby chewables.
Retail sales for white bread have dropped across the country in the past year by approximately 1 percent.
This fall in consumption of refined white bread has been triggered by reports in the media and articles in newspaper and magazines suggesting that consuming high-fibre wholemeal bread is a much healthier option.
Nowadays, customers walking through the bread section of a supermarket will see them grabbing a loaf of brown or seeded wholemeal bread in replacement of the white loaf. Customers are becoming more concerned with their health and the trend is to eat healthy and develop a healthier diet.