The After Breakup Feel Good Arsenal

When you’re mending your broken heart after the breakup, we sometimes need a bit of an extra oomph to feel better. So whether you’re focusing now on the details of the breakup, feeling melancholic, or you simply want an instant pick me up, try skimming through this list for ways to make you feel great about yourself again. Then, you can jot down your favorites on your notebook or elsewhere, so you can check it again whenever you need a feel-good tonic.

Eat Good Food. Perhaps, you already know that some foods can actually make you feel great. You know this intuitively of course. But have you tried something specifically because you knew that it has the ability to make you feel things that are relaxing and great? Get happy by trying good food from your own pantry or from the nearest resto.

Listen To Good Music. There are a huge lot of songs out there that are specifically created to help people get through a particular loss. Better yet why not create your own break up song. Express those feelings in a soulful melody. Use tunes that will make you feel liberated, strong and empowered.

Watch a Flick. Regardless if you choose a teeny bopper flick, comedy or the ultimate breakup movie, look for a movie that has a feel good script. Something that will make you laugh your heart out would awesome.

Shower. Ah yes our personal favorite and I’m pretty sure most of you will agree on this one, taking a long, warm shower can instantly make you feel better. For those who love to soak on a tub a bath works just the same. You can also go to your local pool and take a plunge.

Journal a.k.a Blog in an Old School Fashion. Are you traditionalist who would rather use a piece of paper, or are you a techno-savvy individual who loves to do their journal online instead? Either way, writing your feelings, thoughts and sentiments down is a fantastic way to release the memory of the past. And you’re also gradually liberating yourself.

Go for a Stroll. It’s easy, cheap and anybody can do it, in time of course. Strolling or simply walking gets your brain working (this mechanism helps you to meditate) and it also gets the blood coursing. You can always go for a stroll with a family member or a friend and have a conversation. Talk to them with whatever topic is on your mind. You and your walking buddy can also explore a new hiking trail or find a trail path that leads to a serene place.

Get a Drum. There are a lot of studies performed and it showed that drumming helps to calm down one’s nerves, process grief, make you feel good and even aids you with a huge array of physical ailments. If you try to join a drumming circle you will meet a community of like-minded individuals to learn and grow with as well.

Practice Relaxed Breathing. Most people underestimate the power of breathing. Relaxed breathing makes you feel fueled and it calms down your nerves. It can take a bit of practice to do conscious breathing or focused breathing but once you get the hang of it you’ll learn be able to reap its benefits.

Join a Yoga Class. Great for flexibility, and a fantastic mood-enhancer, yoga is a brilliant tool in your feel good arsenal.

Break ups. Even those parting ways that’s done amicably can still sting. When you’re grieving the end of your relationship, make sure to do yourself a favor: after you curled yourself to sleep get up and make yourself feel better. And if none of the tips here you think doesn’t work, try to keep this in mind: «In the end, everything will turn out okay. If it’s not okay, then it is not the end.»

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Diets and Their Issues

What does the word diet mean? According to the oxford dictionary the word diet means the kind of food people eat. This can clearly be the case because according to the company Boots there are over 100 many types of diets, from the alkaline diet, to the zone diet. There are a vast majority of them, with their benefits and their downfalls. However are these diets successful? Are they long term? Do we lose weight on them?

As we all approach the festive season, and the New Year, people at this time are looking at what foods they want to cut down on, or what new fad diet they would like to try. But overall will these work in the long term?

According to the magazine psychology today, researchers tested this methodology on various clients, it was found that there were other aspects to health, not just dieting, and weight loss, but also reduced blood pressure and cholesterol. The clients did not lose weight, however they had a positive attitude about themselves. In that respect diets can be a positive awareness, or on the other end of the spectrum diets can be seen as negative. For example a study carried out by Leicester City Council concluded that due to a poor diet they were unable to achieve the healthier diet that is recommended by the health professionals. A poor diet can mean lack of essential vitamins and minerals. Lack of vitamins and minerals can cause an array of problems. From feeling tired, to poor vision at night time, dry skin, fatigue, and soft bones. In relation to the popular diets out there each of the diets have problems if they are not followed properly, or not researched for suitability.

The Dr Dukan diet was set up by Pierre Dukan in 2000. His aims and objectives were:

To increase a higher intake of protein.

To have a no limit of calories or the types of food you can eat, therefore people can eat whatever and whenever.

However there are some known issues of this diet, this includes:

The cost of purchasing the higher protein foods, i.e. meat, chicken, pork, nuts and seeds

The suitability for people on a restrictive diet for example, vegetarians or gluten free clients.

However there are some positives of this particular diet, one of them is that it is high in protein, which is important for the growth of new cells in the body, this can include hair, skin and nails. Another feature is that there is no limit of the amount of calories or types of food you can eat. Finally there is a limit on the amount of foods high in sugar, as excess sugar can lead to weight gain.

Another example of this is the cheater’s diet. This was created by Paul Rivas. He stated that by basing the meals on a Mediterranean style diet during the week, at the weekend cheat days are highly encouraged. Rivas explains that by having cheat days there is no restriction on having food and drink that consumers love to have, which include foods that may not be the healthiest of products. The diet is also supported by encouraging exercise.

According to a journal published by the European Journal of clinical nutrition, the writer Robinson explained that there were other factors that affected diet and lifestyle. While educational attainment had the strongest effects on diet, age, number of children living in the home, the number of people that smoked and the number of hours spent watching television, all were the contributing factors on the amount of exercise completed daily.

From the study it was concluded that the barriers that identified the issues facing diet and lifestyle, were to improve the quality of life, and not just based on weight loss alone. A study carried out by Yardley et al demonstrated that a combination of web based and health professional support for weight management could potentially offer a cost effective means of motivating obese patients to achieve a meaningful weight loss. It is important to be mindful that suitable diets that are recommended by Health Professionals including Dietitians, and Nutritionists are sourced by the National Clinical Governance Of Excellence (NICE). This is an organisation set up to provide guidance to improve the health and wellbeing in the United Kingdom.

Overall diets can be successful, especially for the better. As long as the vitamins, minerals as well as the macronutrients are not detrimental towards a poor diet, any diet can be positive long term, with the support of qualified health professionals.

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A Short Biography of Famous Soccer Player Fabien Barthez

His complete name is Fabien Alain Barthez. He was born on 28 June 1971 in Lavelanet, France. His playing position in the field is as a Goalkeeper. He is an ex-French soccer goalkeeper who collected awards with Manchester United and the national side of French. Barthez attained the 1998 FIFA World Cup and also Euro 2000.

Barthez experienced playing football with a number of senior clubs and they are Toulouse (1990-1992), Marseille (1992-1995), AS Monaco (1995-2000), Manchester United (2000-2004), Marseille (2004-2006), and Nantes (2006-2007).

In 1991, when he was 21, Barthez began his professional and outstanding career with the Toulouse club. Afterward in 1992he played for Marseille. The next year Barthez would play a vital part in his squad’s success for the period of European Cup by doing a really high excellence match.

As long as his career as a professional soccer player, he collected some honors with club, national teams and also individual honors. With his clubs he reached:

Toulouse (French Cadet Championship: 1987)

-Marseille (UEFA Champions League: 1993),

-Monaco (Ligue 1: 1997, 2000; French Champions Trophy: 1997), and

-Manchester United (Premier League: 2000-2001, 2002-2003).

In international level he got:

FIFA World Cup: 1998, UEFA European Championship: 2000, and FIFA Confederations Cup: 2003.

And some of his individual honors are: Yashin Award: 1998, Ligue 1 Goalkeeper of the Year: 1998, IFFHS World’s Best Goalkeeper: 2000, European Footballer of the Year Best Goalkeeper: 1998, 2000, Most-capped France goalkeeper: 87, All-time France World Cup appearances: 17, and Most World Cup clean sheets: 10.

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The Fall of the Hacienda

The Hacienda in Manchester was a legendary members-only nightclub that was arguably the most famous club of its time. Madonna’s first appearance in the United Kingdom was at the Hacienda in 1984, which was the height of her fame if that’s any indication of what kind of fanciful magic this nightclub possessed. First opened in 1982, the Hacienda experienced its glory days in the 1980s, a time that was dubbed «Madchester» in tribute to the musical awakening in Britain at this time brought on by the music played live at the clubs.

Owned and financed partially by the band New Order and its record label Factory Records, the early days of the Hacienda were surprisingly relaxed, featuring bands such as Ministry of Sound, Cream, and The Smiths. The late 80s saw the advent of the unique sounds of acid house and a new kind of party: the rave. The maniacal rave scene was highlighted by the use of ecstasy, laser light shows, and fast paced electronic music and it changed the landscape of nightclubs all throughout England. By 1986, DJ’s playing house music had replaced live bands and the club gained world wide acclaim.

The turning point in the Hacienda’s notoriety came in 1989 when a 16 year old girl named Claire Leighton collapsed as a result of complications from ingesting ecstasy, and died shortly thereafter. Unfortunately, this was the beginning of the end and after several rocky years, the Hacienda finally closed in 1997. An apartment building of the same name now stands on the spot of the original Hacienda at 11-13 Whitworth Street West; developers demolished the original building. The interior fixtures, including pieces from the DJ booth, were sold at auction in November 2000 with all proceeds going to charity.

Visitors to the site of the Hacienda today will find themselves in the city centre of Manchester, an area that is, not the least bit surprisingly, a hot bed of clubs and bars. Although Piccadilly Station is nearby, most tourists walk the area of city centre, which is quite small. With a wide selection of hotels, Manchester has a lot to offer the overnight guest. Local cuisine consists of anything from Thai to French to Japanese to Indian. Many locations match up an award winning restaurant to one of the finest Manchester hotels, so guests can opt for a night in after a long day of seeing the sights of this infamous musical city.

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