An Update on Transdermal Melatonin Use, Sleep Challenges and Jet Lag

Ask a frequent flyer about melatonin and you will probably be met with mixed reviews. While the melatonin website offers a long list of contra-indications (1) users still find it useful to a point. It now looks like the less is more dictum of using melatonin will replace the excessive use of the past. Research is now suggesting that low dose melatonin delivered via the skin (2) may better serve those with sleep challenges including jet lagged frequent flyers.

The jet lag problem faced by frequent flyers was never going to be cured by melatonin alone. Flyers looking for a consummate solution should look at all aspects of their frequent flying lifestyle, however a review of the current research suggests melatonin can play a healthy role in the arsenal of tools at the disposal of frequent flyers.

Here is a round-up of what we know about melatonin at the moment. Starting with melatonin suppression (3), a lack encourages

  • Cancer proliferation

  • Immunity compromise

  • Disordered energy metabolism

  • Compromised reproductive function and

  • Altered eating behaviors

Normal melatonin production encourages

  • Super antioxidant protection throughout the body

  • Immunological modulation

  • Sleep onset and

  • Regulates hormonal function

The buzz surrounding melatonin shifted gears with research suggesting transdermal melatonin application may be of benefit where traditional melatonin use previously failed. Failures of note are oral melatonin’s short elimination half-life cycle, which meant while sleep onset could be achieved, maintaining sleep for the duration was not guaranteed. Another challenge was the possibility of overloading the liver with oral melatonin and its metabolites. As disruptive as this is a knock on effect is in how these metabolites interact with other aspects of the endocrine system.

The average person needs 0.03mg of melatonin to fall asleep. The majority of melatonin pills have multiple times that, up to 300 times. Transdermal melatonin avoids the dangers mentioned above and is easy and convenient to use. Where it really shines is in its ability to keep you asleep in a different time zone when you would normally be awake because of the daylight.

Given the mixed results and possible pitfalls of traditional melatonin use, I was skeptical but hopeful of transdermal melatonin’s promise. While my first preference is to always pick natural alternatives (like tart cherries in this instance), I can now say I would use transdermal melatonin alongside other healthy tools in my jet lag beating arsenal.

References

(1) Melatonin.com accessed 20th October 2016

(2) Use of transdermal melatonin delivery to improve sleep maintenance during daytime – Aeschbach, D et al. «Use of Transdermal Melatonin Delivery to Improve Sleep Maintenance during Daytime.» Clinical pharmacology and therapeutics 86.4 (2009): 378-382. PMC. Web. 25 Oct. 2016.

(3) Melatonin, sleep disturbance and cancer risk – Sleep Med Rev. 2009 Aug;13(4):257-64. doi: 10.1016/j.smrv.2008.07.007. Epub 2008 Dec 17

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Birmingham Shock Arsenal To Win The Carling Cup

Birmingham City produced a huge upset to beat Arsenal in the Carling Cup Final at Wembley Stadium, to win their first major trophy since 1963. Arsenal, who themselves are without a trophy since 2005, were the firm favourites to win the cup before the game, considering their lofty position in the League, their free flowing football and the fact that Birmingham had only ever beaten Arsenal once in the entire history of the Premier League.

Birmingham hadn’t read the script and surged forward from the outset, in only the second minute Lee Bowyer charged into the Arsenal penalty area and was brought crashing down by goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny which would have been a certain penalty and a straight red card, had the linesman not controversially flagged Bowyer as offside. Replays clearly showed he was onside and the Birmingham players were rightly outraged.

Justice seemed to have prevailed when after 28 minutes Serbian giant Nikola Zigic out jumped everybody to head the Blues into an unexpected lead. Birmingham were not intimated by their rivals and showed great resilience and determination against the favourites, and could have scored a second had poor control not let him down,

Arsenal who were without the injured club captain Cesc Fabregas and Theo Walcott, soon rallied and it was a moment of great football that saw Arsenal score an equaliser in the 39th minute. Jack Wilshere’s fearsome shot shook the crossbar of the Birmingham goal and the rebounded ball was crossed by Arshavin for Van Persie to sweep in a brilliant volley. With the score at 1-1 Ben Foster made a fine save from a Sami Nasri effort to ensure his team went to half time on level terms.

Arsenal began the second half with gusto as Tomas Rosicky went close with a swerving shot, the Gunners onslaught gathered momentum and the Blues were indebted to goalkeeper Ben Foster, who made a string of fine saves from Samir Nasri Andrey Arshavin and substitute Nicklas Bendtner. Foster was later given the man of the match award for his outstanding performance.

Birmingham however were not only resilient in defence but they also showed ambition of their own and alarm bells should have been ringing in the Arsenal defence when Keith Fahey’s shot had the keeper beaten but hit the inside of the post.

As the game seemed destined for extra time, manager Alex McLeish made the brave decision to bring on another striker, Obafemi Martins who then pounced on a disastrous mix up between Arsenal goalkeeper Szczesny and defender Laurent Koscielny as they both went for the same ball, leaving Martins to slam the ball into the empty goal in the 89th minute.

Despite four minutes of injury time Arsenal now looked like a beaten team and Martins could have added another goal had he not over elaborated on the ball. Birmingham held out for the historic win, only their second major trophy in their history, while Arsenal are left pondering another missed opportunity to claim a trophy.

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Amazing Xavier!

Some of you are wondering who is this Xavier person that is on this title. Well, if you are a fan of amateur boxing, then you know who exactly I am talking about. Who I am talking about is an excellent amateur who goes by Xavier Montelongo Jr. This little prospect is a fifteen time national champion from East L.A., California.

Let me tell you. After seeing some of this kid’s tapes, you will already know that he has it in him to become an elite boxer for the years to come. He is very mature in the ring, as if he were a boxer going into his prime. Everything that Montelongo has in his arsenal just flows like water. He is very calm in the ring, he waits for counter shots, and his ring ring intelligence is just amazing at just sixteen years of age.

Xavier Montelongo has been born under Christianity. As you see in his amateur fights, after he wins, he raises up his hand and points to his lord and savior. He is always mentioning that without his lord, Jesus Christ, he would not be in the place that he is in right now. «My main goal is to make the 2012 Olympics, then to turn pro. Hopefully, with all the fame that this sport will bring to me, I will be able to preach the word,» stated Monelongo.

Well, we all hope that he will accomplish his dreams. He has his God given gift. And that is being one of the smartest amateur boxers.

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HitsConnect Review

HitsConnect.com is a completely automated ad-tracking program that has received a great deal of praise sense it hit the Internet several years ago. We all know that the life-blood of any Internet business is traffic. A system that could accurately evaluate and track which of your advertising methods is producing the most traffic would be a valuable tool to have in your marketing arsenal.

In addition to tracking you ads, HitsConnect.com also has a built in ad rotator. This feature allows you to advertise multiple websites with only one URL. This future will allow you to manage and track your ads from one location.

If for some reason you do not have a product to sell HC.com says they will find one for you, (this is where it gets a bit iffy for me) All you need to do is add two simple lines of code, fill in the blanks and your off. You will receive 100% of the commissions on the sale.

There are two ways to join. The first way is for free. Free always works for me. This is what I would first recommend. The second way is to join is at the partner level, which will cost you $19.97 per month. The only difference is the paid version has more of the same features. For example, in the free membership you will receive 10 Tracker accounts, 1 Rotator account, 10 Banner Trackers and 1 Banner Rotator. In the paid version you will have 100 Tracker Accounts, 10 Rotator Accounts, 100 Banner Trackers and 10 Banner Rotators.

I discovered while doing this HitsConnect.com Review that this is a legitimate system that could definitely be a beneficial marketing tool. I would suggest trying the free version first before you jump into the Partner membership. As far as the plug and play product finder/seller function, I’m not so sure. It has been my experience that systems that claim to do all the work while you make all the money generally fall short. I feel it is better to have an understanding of Internet marketing so that you are never at the mercy of some program or system.

Learning how to effectively market on the Internet is a process. There are no tricks or safely guarded secrets. If you are not afraid of a little work and are willing to put forth a consistent effort toward learning it, you definitely can become successful at it. After haven done so you will not need programs such as the one covered in this HitsConnect.com Review.

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Super Bowl LI – Best Ever!

The New England Patriots, behind on the scoreboard most of the game, playing lethargically and not in their usual rhythmic style, overcame a big third quarter deficit to come back and tie the game in the last minute at 28-28 forcing the first overtime in Super Bowl history.

Tom Brady, seemingly out-of-sync for most of the first three quarters, showed why he is referred to as the greatest quarterback in National Football League history–emphasized after the game by none other than Terry Bradshaw. He is the only quarterback to win five Super Bowls, breaking the tie of four each with Terry Bradshaw of the Pittsburgh Steelers of the 1970s. He has also won four Super Bowl MVP awards, most for any player.

Never had a team come back from more than ten points down in the greatest game of them all. New England entered the fourth quarter down 28-3, a deficit deemed impossible to overcome, unless you are Tom Brady and the New England Patriots–calm, confident, methodical.

Tom Brady was drafted in 2000 in the sixth round, 199 overall, from Michigan. Robert K. Kraft, owner of the New England Patriots, now says it is the best thing the team has ever done. Guess so with five NFL Championships–Super Bowl wins–in the Coach Bill Belichick / Tom Brady era.

The Patriot’s capitalized on several Atlanta penalties and misplays scoring twenty-five unanswered points in the fourth quarter tying the game.

New England won the coin toss–heads–and chose to receive. One had to wonder, with the momentum the Patriots had built in the final minutes of the fourth quarter, if Atlanta would even touch the football in Overtime. They did not! New England marched down the field 75 yards on eight plays, scoring on James White’s 2-yard touchdown run. Game over.

New England’s experience in such games as this proved too much for a feisty Atlanta, who, for three quarters, gave New England all they could handle, but in the final analysis did not have the experience to win it. The Patriots held the ball for 40 of 60 minutes, ran more than 90 offensive plays, and exhausted the Falcons defense to the point that the 4th quarter was all New England–typical Coach Belichick.

The stunned Atlanta Falcons stood in shock when the final score flashed on the boards–34-28!

After the game, Brady was asked how he did it, how he was able to bring the Patriots back after the big deficit. «We all brought each other back,» said Brady, Super Bowl M.V.P. for a record fourth time. «We never felt out of it.»

Postscript: N.F.L. Commissioner Roger Goodell, booed heartily by the fans, shook hands with Brady on the sidelines after the game. Ironic considering the «Deflategate» fiasco resulting in his suspending Brady for the first four games of the 2016 season.

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Do Football – Soccer Players Get Paid Too Much Money?

I saw the other day a club chief executive moaning about the wages the club pays to the players at the club, I can’t remember who he was but it just annoyed me. There he was smoking a big cigar, driving a brand new Bentley, doing nothing for the club, bar taking a big fat pay packet of his own while not actually getting out on the pitch and making a difference for the club.

Now don’t get me wrong I think he had a point. There are players at every club that just because they are being paid at all means they are receiving too much. But it’s the fact that the people that are telling us players get too much are the ones that are taking money away from the game that makes me think that maybe players are not getting paid too much.

Though having said that a lot do get riches beyond the amount their ability deserves. A few examples spring to mind immediately: Robbie Savage, OK a good player but is he really that good, that he is able to afford to drive a Ferrari? Not in my eyes he’s not. He is far too busy play acting for my liking. Then there is Tim Sherwood, OK he may of won a League Championship medal while at Blackburn but was he really anything other than a good player?

Again I would say no, he was just lucky to be playing in the EPL before the big star influx raised the level of ability needed to make it. but at a time when the big money had entered the game. But in my view the biggest example of an overpaid footballer is Ian Walker, surely the worst ‘keeper the EPL has seen, even when he dropped down a flight with Leicester he was no better than average.

However, when you see the likes of Gianfranco Zola, Thierry Henry, Ronaldinho and Pavel Nedved. These are players that make a match worth watching just to see them, it doesn’t matter what team they play for it’s all about them and their ability to produce magical skills that make your jaw drop in admiration.

Maybe a better answer to the question would be yes some are, but no others are not. Though of course that doesn’t make for good headlines when a player signs a new contract.

Lets be honest how many Manchester United fans begrudge Roy Keane a single penny he made from the club? But that didn’t stop the newspapers whining about the massive sums he was making, well so what? It is nothing compared to the sums that the likes of Martin Edwards made from Manchester United yet Edwards was not the one out on the pitch knowing that his career could be over tomorrow if he receives a bad challenge.

Sometimes I think its just jealousy that creates these headlines about overpaid players, or maybe its just a complete lack of anything interesting to write that leads to it? Either way I would rather they gave both sides of the story before whinging about it. I mean how about a list of the directors and shareholders of a club and how much they took in wages, bonuses and dividends? So that we can have a reference point to compare player’s wages to. I would especially like to know how much the likes of Peter Ridsdale made from Leeds.

To my mind the only way forward is to take clubs back into the hands of the fans, like Wimbledon AFC and FC United. Let’s have all their finances completely transparent, and get rid of agent’s involvement in transfers. Surely the PFA could offer that as one of their services to their union members, after all they certainly have the money. Surely all clubs need to do transfers between themselves is a solicitor, a representative and an FA, UEFA or FIFA or whoever representative to make sure it is all legal and above board.

I know this will never happen as too many people are busy creaming off money from the game to line their own pockets. But at the end of the day it should be about the fans – the players should all be on performance based contracts so they can earn massive amounts but only if the club does well and the ticket prices should be as low as possible so that as many fans as possible can afford to go.

Still this will never happen because too many people would lose out and at the end of the day football is no longer a sport it is a business and that will unfortunately never change.

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Euro 2008 – Football Worldcup Guide

The days are being counted as are approaching the Euro 2008 which is definitely going be the blockbuster tournament of the year. The UEFA Euro 2008 will be hosted by Switzerland and Austria. The opening match will be held on Saturday 7th June 2008 at St. Jakob-Park in Basel. Sixteen teams will battle it out in the ultimate tournament with only one goal in mind, the Euro 2008 Cup. The teams are from Switzerland, Czech Republic, Portugal. Turkey, Austria, Croatia, Germany, Poland, Netherlands, Italy. Romania, France, Greece. Sweden, Spain and Russia.

The teams qualified for the Euro 2008 tournament went through tough qualifying matches to reach to the top spots in their standings. The teams divided into seven groups, with the top two in each section going straight into the finals. The qualifying system was simple enough, but still very few sides found it to be plain sailing. Greece being the team with 31 points had to face the most humiliating defeats in their history. After Germany’s Otto Rehhagel failed to make it in the FIFA World Cup in his home country, he was then determined to make a statement in the UEFA Euro 2008 qualifiers but his team had to face a terrible defeat in his own home against Turkey in the most memorable Group C Euro 2008 qualifiers game. Even though Germany made an early goal but Turkey’s play tempo did not let Germany keep up with them.

Turkey managed to achieve the runner’s up place in the Euro 2008 qualifiers table after their final struggling match. England faced many defeats in the qualifying matches but with much struggle managed to steal one victory from Israel putting England last position in Group E of Euro 2008 qualifiers. England did recover from the early defeats in the tournament when they followed a 0-0 draw at home against F.Y.R. Macedonia with 2-0 defeat in Croatia. However, two second-half Roman Pavlyuchenko goals saw Russia make a comeback after the 2-1 defeat in Moscow which then let them only to win their remaining games against the already eliminated Israel and Andorra. Omer Golan’s late goal saw Israel beat Russia 2-1, and then handed the initiative back to Steve McClaren’s England to face Croatia for a spot at the Euro 2008 but unfortunately faced a tie against group winners Croatia. At Wembley a qualification was expected only if the match drew but they lost 3-2 making big errors during the game and let Russia move on 1-0 win against Andorra. Russia’s coach did not expect it to end this way. Other worthy matches of the Euro 2008 qualifying tournament included Denmark-Sweden tie which was finally called off when a pitch invader attacked referee Herbert Fandel for dismissing a Denmark player and awarding the away side a penalty.Don’t forget to catch live UEFA Euro 2008 tournament matches on your PCs. It isn’t worth missing it.

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Labeling Yourself With "Binge Eating Disorder", "Compulsive Overeating Disorder" or "Food Addiction"

Nearly every self-help book or article I’ve read on binge eating disorder or food addiction has a section to help the reader decide if he or she really has binge eating disorder, compulsive overeating disorder or is a «food addict».

Often there’s a checklist with questions like, «Do you eat more than you intended more than 3 times per week?» Or «Do you hide how much you eat?»

These books or articles are often written by someone that has no personal experience with binge eating, or by people who believe in addictive disease. By asking questions like this, in their opinion, they’re setting you up to conclude you have a problem.

In my own opinion, I prefer to take an opposite angle: if you aren’t sure you have a problem with eating, you probably don’t. If you do have a problem or struggle with it, you’re aware of it.

I am not going to post information or spend time in my books or programs teaching you what binge eating, compulsive overeating or food addiction is. It’s different for everyone. If you feel you have a problem, you are well aware that you need to seek support for it. It would be arrogant of me to label you as someone that has a problem if you strongly believe you do not.

However, if you’re reading this and suspect you have an issue with overeating regularly, then you likely do have an issue to address.

I’m guessing your assumption is based on your experience with overeating food on a fairly regular basis, or often thinking that you know you’ll «cave in» and feel like you can’t stop eating.

You’re probably engaged in an internal debate about what to do: to eat less at certain times, to try to find a diet with food that you won’t want to overeat, to eat «safe» foods only in case you do overeat, etc. This conflict or indecision fits my definition of having an «issue» with food such that it’s not making you happy.

When learning about symptoms of binge eating disorder or compulsive overeating disorder, it can be easy to take on the label of «disorder» and see yourself as someone that’s afflicted with a «disorder.»

Why?

Because taking on the concept that you have a disorder and your binge eating is a symptom of it, a great responsibility can be lifted from your shoulders.

I remember thinking this when I was dealing with anorexia, and later bulimia, and then binge eating. I saw myself as someone with a disorder I would have to deal with for the rest of my life. It was this «thing» that was a part of me and required constant management.

Taking on this idea that I had a lifelong eating «disorder» that merely had changed forms, no longer did it seem like I was behaving stupidly and blindly. No longer did I feel an urgent need to quit binge eating, or to beat myself up for being weak. I was simply doing what people with eating disorders do.

While it’s certainly helpful to recognize if you have a problem with food, there’s a step that follows that will be what keeps you stuck or helps you overcome the issue: taking action. By seeing that there’s something that doesn’t make you happy, you now have a world of possibilities that can open up because you can choose to take new actions that WILL lead to you being happy.

You can work on developing your ability to recognize your conflicting thoughts around wanting to eat and wanting to feel in control. Those conflicting thoughts are the result of two parts of your brain in conflict… your «primal» animal brain and your «higher» logical brain.

When you can distinguish between the two parts and understand the motivations behind each, you quickly gain leverage on yourself and can overcome the behavior you are unhappy with.

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How to Become a Master of Your Work

I'm going to go out on a limb here and assume that you either are, or you want to be, good at what you do. I'm going to take that even further and assume that you either are, or want to be, great at what you do.

But are you committed to becoming an absolute master? Possibly one of the greatest of all time? And, if so, how do you get there?

My brother-in-law Steve has a Ph.D. in musicology. He's one of the world's foremost Beethoven scholars. [An aside: There's nothing quite like touring Beethoven's birth house in Bonn, Germany in the company of one of the world foremost Beethoven scholars! Someday I'll have to return the favor and take Steve to Liverpool.] In addition, he also wrote the definitive biography of French composer Erik Satie. So, when I asked him who he thought was the greatest composer of all time, I was a little surprised when he answered, without hesitation, "Bach, of course!"

Johann Sebastian Bach is, arguably (very arguably), the greatest composer of all time. He was inarguably a complete master of his art. Which brings me to an article I was just reading about Bach which talks about how diligently he studied everything that had come before. The article sums it up beautifully this way:

"Bach became an absolute master of his art by never ceasing to be a student of it."

(By the way, art historians would probably say the same about Picasso.)

You become a master of your art / craft / occupation / calling by never ceasing to be a student of it.
And, because you're a leader, you need to be a continuous student of two disciplines:

  1. Your industry.
  2. Leadership itself.

If you want to be a master leader in the widget industry (the one that they'll be writing articles about 267 years after your death), you need to be a voracious student of both widgets and leadership. Which means you subscribe to Widgets Monthly as well as Harvard Business Review. You read Widget Design in the 1800s as well as Maxwell, Cialdini, and Bill George. [Full disclosure: I don't think there is an actual book called Widget Design in the 1800s.]

The point is that what came before matters. Bach knew it. Picasso knew it. And you should know it too. Yes, you need to stay on top of current trends. But only by studying what came before can you put the present into context. And it's from within that context that you can see the patterns (if you look for them) that can help you predict the future.

Bach made musical breakthroughs because he was a student of music. Picasso made artistic breakthroughs because he was a student of art.

And, as a leader in your field, you will make breakthroughs-and become a master-only when you become a student of both leadership and your field.

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Adult Dating On Merseyside

The Mersey divides the metropolitan county of Merseyside into two parts. On the west side is Wirral whilst all of the remaining boroughs are located on the east. These border Lancashire and Greater Manchester. Both sides of the division have a border with Cheshire to the south.

Whichever part of Merseyside they live in, inhabitants prefer being described as living ‘ON’ Merseyside as opposed to living ‘IN’ it. Altogether there are 1.4 million people live on Merseyside, giving it a population density of 5500 people per square mile.

This level of population density creates an excellent potential for adult dating but for some reason the county doesn’t quite match up to expectations when compared to similarly highly populated areas elsewhere. Nevertheless, any seriously determined single or couple who wants to enjoy adult dating or the swinging lifestyle on Merseyside should be able to do so with relative ease.

In addition to these basic demographic factors favouring ease of contact between adult fun seekers, the city of Liverpool itself and to a lesser extent, other boroughs in the county; offer much in the way of meeting and dating places.

No reference to Liverpool is complete without mention of the Beatles and the Cavern club. It stages an average of nearly forty live performances every week and anyone choosing this historic venue as a dating rendezvous will be treated to entertainment from bands performing original music.

Liverpool’s claim to adult party venues is sadly somewhat less inspiring. A rather seedy establishment in the north of the city no longer seems to function whilst the announcement in 2007 to open a three floor venue, consisting of six private rooms, sauna, licensed bar and relaxation lounge, seems to have been less welcomed by the local community than the owners believed would be the case.

A certain city night club with a particularly liberal attitude publicly welcomes a diverse range of adult interests and suggests itself as doubling up as a swingers meeting place. Again, this is a slightly exaggerated claim but the club still makes a great rendezvous for people to meet broadminded individuals.

Despite this rather disappointing selection of commercial venues, the city has plenty of private parties and meetings to offer. These are held in hotels, luxury self catering apartments and in private homes. The only other area of Merseyside to have a regular adult party venue is the Wirral. Here there is a swingers club that maintains a predominantly ‘couples’ feel by restricting the numbers of single males attending their weekend events.

The Wirral is also a great area for privately hosted events with many couples and singles hosting some excellent meetings and parties in what are often very luxurious residences.

In order to receive invitations to parties and meetings like these, the newcomer to adult dating will first need to establish themselves as a respected and well liked member of a club that has a really active membership representation in the area. There is an art to doing this and several articles are available on the subject. You should read these and follow the tips and advice given in them. Above all else however, determination, persistence and patience will be needed. Apply those and your adult dating on Merseyside will eventually become a very rewarding experience.

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