1. Afla de ce nu te odihnesti suficient si cum
    poti combate cu pana la 100% oboseala


    Stiai ca spatiul casei tale este strabatut de panze de radiatii electrice  si unde de joasa frecventa care te devitalizeaza si blocheaza procesul de regenerare al organismului pe timpul noptii?
    Ne-am dorit sa folosim cunostintele pe care le detinem in domeniul microscopiei electronice si cel medical pentru a crea o tehnologie capabila sa ofere o PROTECTIE ACTIVA INTREGII CASE, protectie impotriva tuturor surselor emitatoare de radiatii nocive pentru organism. Asa a luat nastere Vital Protect Home, dispozitiv unic in Romania pentru protectia si revitalizarea campului energetic al intregii tale case! De ce este bine sa folosesti Vital Protect Home?

       - iti creste nivelul de energie si vitalitate cu pana la 100% ;
       - confera o odihna mai buna;
       - ajuta organismul sa se regenereze pe timpul noptii;
       - dinamizeaza si intareste sistemul imunitar;
       - esti mai rezistent la infectii, epidemii, disfunctii cauzate de oboseala, stres, poluare;
       - esti mai focalizat pe timpul zilei si productivitatea ta creste;
       - ajuta la functionarea optima a fiecarui organ;


    Protectie-Vital-Protect-Home

    Stiai ca problemele de somn sunt responsabile de…?

    - alterarea comportamentului celular, fiziologic si mental;
       - cresterea excesiva a poftei de carbohidrati (alimentele bogate in carbohidrati provocand boli precum diabet, obezitate si boli de inima);
       - dublarea riscului de aparitia a cancerului de san la femei;
       - instalarea depresiei;
       - accelerarea proceselor de moarte celulara si imbatranire;
       - cresterea nivelului de aciditate in corp (factor responsabil de aparitia candidozei, sindromului de oboseala cronica si scaderii imunitatii);
       - inmultirea bacteriilor daunatoare;
       - micsorarea sperantei de viata;

    Care sunt beneficiile unui somn sanatos?

       - refacere psihomentala completa;
       - reglarea grelinei, substanta chimica ce dicteaza apetitul alimentar;
       - secretarea melatoninei, hormon vital, antioxidant, care intareste capacitatea organismului de autoparare si revitalizeaza sistemul endocrin;
       - secretarea colagenului si elastinei, substante chimice care ajuta la reintinerirea pielii;
       - structurarea si asimilarea informatiilor primite pe timpul zilei;
       - regenerare celulara;
       - imbunatatirea functiilor cognitive;
       - cresterea capacitatii de a lua decizii inspirate;
       - dinamizarea vietii sexuale;
       - refacerea resurselor de energie si optimism;

    Vital Protect Home emite pe frecventa 7,83 Hz (frecventa naturala a Pamantului) pe o raza de 10m, ceea ce inseamna ca oriunde te-ai afla in casa esti complet protejat si conectat cu energiile naturale benefice ale Pamantului. Asta se traduce in:

       - mai multa energie vitala;
       - somn profund regenerator;
       - imbunatatiri semnificative de sanatate;

    Protejeaza-ti casa cu Vital Protect HOME si scade cu peste 80% riscurile de imbolnavire cauzate de:

       - radiatiile emise de firele electrice din peretii casei tale;
       - emisiile telefoanelor mobile si ale celor fixe fara fir;
       - undele transmise de tehnologiile wireless;
       - undele radio si tv;
       - liniile de inalta tensiune din cartierul tau;

    http://www.euro-pc.ro/Vital-Protect-Home

  2. Scaunele de bucatarie model BUC231 sunt confectionate din cadrul metalic cromat, iar sezutul si spatarul sunt tapitate cu piele ecologica.
    Aceste scaune sunt potrivite in bucatariile moderne.

    http://www.euro-pc.ro/Scaun-de-bucatarie-cadrul-metalic-cromat

  3. Scaunele ergonomice de birou office 904 se remarca printr-un design de exceptie.
    Scaunul are atat sezutul, cat si spatarul tapitate cu mesh, pentru o buna circulatie a aerului, iar baza este din poliuretan vospit in alb.
    Produsul este prevazut cu cilindru pneumatic de ridicare/coborare.

    http://www.euro-pc.ro/Scaun-ergonomic-de-birou-model-OFF904

  4. Dupa ce ai semanat gazonul si plantat florile stim ca urmeaza mobilatul, de aceea iti venim in intampinare cu o gama o larga de mobilier pentru gradina si terasa.
    Nu este niciodata prea devreme sau prea tarziu pentru a visa la zilele calde de vara petrecute in natura cu familia si prietenii. De aceea, iti oferim mobila de gradina si terasa de care ai nevoie pentru a crea o oaza de relaxare chiar la tine acasa.
    Cateodata, cel mai bun loc din casa este afara; doar asa te bucuri de adierea vantului si de culorile aurii ale apusului.

    Seturi de mobilier pentru terasa.
    Scaune pentru terasa.
    Fotolii pentru terasa.

    http://www.euro-pc.ro/scaune/Mobilier-gradina

  5. Dupa ce ai semanat gazonul si plantat florile stim ca urmeaza mobilatul, de aceea iti venim in intampinare cu o gama o larga de mobilier pentru gradina si terasa.
    Nu este niciodata prea devreme sau prea tarziu pentru a visa la zilele calde de vara petrecute in natura cu familia si prietenii. De aceea, iti oferim mobila de gradina si terasa de care ai nevoie pentru a crea o oaza de relaxare chiar la tine acasa.
    Cateodata, cel mai bun loc din casa este afara; doar asa te bucuri de adierea vantului si de culorile aurii ale apusului.

    Seturi de mobilier pentru terasa.
    Scaune pentru terasa.
    Fotolii pentru terasa.

    http://www.euro-pc.ro/scaune/Mobilier-gradina

  6. http://www.euro-pc.ro/scaune

  7. Set 4 scaune si masa model TRS102 - Magazin online Euro-Produse →

  8. (Source : wilwheaton)

  9. neurosciencestuff:

The anatomy of fear: Understanding the biological underpinnings of anxiety, phobias and PTSD 
Fear in a mouse brain looks much the same as fear in a human brain.
When a frightening stimulus is encountered, the thalamus shoots a message to the amygdala — the primitive part of the brain — even before it informs the parts responsible for higher cognition. The amygdala then goes into its hard-wired fight-or-flight response, triggering a host of predictable symptoms, including racing heart, heavy breathing, startle response, and sweating.
The similarities of fear response in the brains of mice and men have allowed scientists to understand the neural circuitry and molecular processes of fear and fear behaviors perhaps better than any other response. That understanding has spurred breakthroughs in treatments for psychiatric disorders that are underpinned by fear.
Anxiety disorders are one of the most common mental illnesses in the country, with nearly one-third of Americans experiencing symptoms at least once during their lives. There are generalized anxiety disorders and fear-related disorders, which include panic disorders, phobias, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).  
Emory psychiatrist and researcher Kerry Ressler is on the front lines of fear-disorder research. In his lab at Yerkes National Primate Research Center, he studies the molecular and cellular mechanisms of fear learning and extinction in mouse models. At Grady Memorial Hospital, he investigates the psychology, genetics, and biology of PTSD. And through the Grady Trauma Project, he works to draw attention to the problem of inner city intergenerational violence.
"If you look at Kerry’s work, it can seem like it’s all over the place — he’s got so many studies going on, and he collaborates with so many other scientists," says Barbara Rothbaum, associate vice chair of clinical research in psychiatry and director of the Trauma and Anxiety Recovery Program at Emory. "But they are all pieces to the same puzzle. All his work, from molecular to clinical to policy, fits together and starts telling a story." A Howard Hughes Medical Institute investigator, Ressler was recently elected to the Institute of Medicine — one of the highest honors in the fields of health and medicine. He was named a member of a new national PTSD consortium led by Draper Laboratory. And he recently appeared on the Charlie Rose show’s brain series.
Panic attacks seem to tie the fear-related disorders together, he explained on Charlie Rose. Everyone experiences fear, which evolved as a survival mechanism, but it only rises to a clinical level when people are unable to function normally in the face of it. For instance, PTSD includes not only intrusive thoughts, memories, nightmares, and startle responses, but also the concept of avoidance, which may extend to other areas of the individual’s life.
"There’s a patient I’ve seen who was attacked in a dark alley," Ressler shared on the show. "Initially it just felt dangerous to go out at night, but after a while she grew afraid of men and couldn’t go to that part of town. Then she couldn’t leave her house, and finally, her bedroom. The world got more and more dangerous."

    neurosciencestuff:

    The anatomy of fear: Understanding the biological underpinnings of anxiety, phobias and PTSD

    Fear in a mouse brain looks much the same as fear in a human brain.

    When a frightening stimulus is encountered, the thalamus shoots a message to the amygdala — the primitive part of the brain — even before it informs the parts responsible for higher cognition. The amygdala then goes into its hard-wired fight-or-flight response, triggering a host of predictable symptoms, including racing heart, heavy breathing, startle response, and sweating.

    The similarities of fear response in the brains of mice and men have allowed scientists to understand the neural circuitry and molecular processes of fear and fear behaviors perhaps better than any other response. That understanding has spurred breakthroughs in treatments for psychiatric disorders that are underpinned by fear.

    Anxiety disorders are one of the most common mental illnesses in the country, with nearly one-third of Americans experiencing symptoms at least once during their lives. There are generalized anxiety disorders and fear-related disorders, which include panic disorders, phobias, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).  

    Emory psychiatrist and researcher Kerry Ressler is on the front lines of fear-disorder research. In his lab at Yerkes National Primate Research Center, he studies the molecular and cellular mechanisms of fear learning and extinction in mouse models. At Grady Memorial Hospital, he investigates the psychology, genetics, and biology of PTSD. And through the Grady Trauma Project, he works to draw attention to the problem of inner city intergenerational violence.

    "If you look at Kerry’s work, it can seem like it’s all over the place — he’s got so many studies going on, and he collaborates with so many other scientists," says Barbara Rothbaum, associate vice chair of clinical research in psychiatry and director of the Trauma and Anxiety Recovery Program at Emory. "But they are all pieces to the same puzzle. All his work, from molecular to clinical to policy, fits together and starts telling a story." A Howard Hughes Medical Institute investigator, Ressler was recently elected to the Institute of Medicine — one of the highest honors in the fields of health and medicine. He was named a member of a new national PTSD consortium led by Draper Laboratory. And he recently appeared on the Charlie Rose show’s brain series.

    Panic attacks seem to tie the fear-related disorders together, he explained on Charlie Rose. Everyone experiences fear, which evolved as a survival mechanism, but it only rises to a clinical level when people are unable to function normally in the face of it. For instance, PTSD includes not only intrusive thoughts, memories, nightmares, and startle responses, but also the concept of avoidance, which may extend to other areas of the individual’s life.

    "There’s a patient I’ve seen who was attacked in a dark alley," Ressler shared on the show. "Initially it just felt dangerous to go out at night, but after a while she grew afraid of men and couldn’t go to that part of town. Then she couldn’t leave her house, and finally, her bedroom. The world got more and more dangerous."

  10. fastcompany:

    This Paralyzed Man Can Now Move His Hand

    When Ian Burkhart was 19, he accidentally dove into a sandbar while in the water with friends and quickly realized what had happened: He was paralyzed. Today, Burkhart is still paralyzed—but he can move his hand by controlling it with his mind.

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