Home Remedies for External Piles  [Hemorrhoids] – Quick Relief From Piles Without Surgery

Home Remedies for External Piles [Hemorrhoids] – Quick Relief From Piles Without Surgery


do you get pain on passing stool and is
your stool bloody do you experience itching and irritation at the anal
opening often with tiny bumps there well these are all symptoms indicating
of piles a condition that occurs when the veins around the rectum get inflamed this condition is not only painful but
obviously embarrassing too as often the person afflicted finds it difficult to sit comfortably many find it an ordeal visiting a doctor
so try a few simple remedies to see if they can relieve the condition make a thick paste of cumin powder and
water apply this around the anal opening and
wash it off after about 10 to 15 minutes and do this two to three times a day take a white radish and wash it well
crush it and make a mixture out of it now take a little of this white radish
add some milk to it to form a thick paste consistency applyed this over the
affected area and wash it off after about 10 to 15 minutes do this two to
three times a day to the condition clears wash a white radish and great it extract
juice out of it and have quarter cup of this juice twice a day do this regularly
if piles is a recurrent problem finally crush some ginger and some mint
leaves separately mix them in a 1:2 proportion and now extract juice out
of it take half a cup of this extract juice to
this add 1 teaspoon of lime juice and 1 teaspoon of honey mix this well and have
this couple of times a day piles can prove to be extremely
uncomfortable so make sure you include a lot of fiber
and liquids in your diet to keep the bowels moving smoothly eat healthy and
stay healthy I hope you enjoyed this video and if you
did remember to hit the like button and also leave a comment letting me know
what you feel and also check out our other home remedies and remember eat
healthy stay healthy and keep looking young

The relief of the 28th Infantry Division | Hell in the Hürtgen Forest | Part V

The relief of the 28th Infantry Division | Hell in the Hürtgen Forest | Part V


Previously on Hell in the Hürtgen forest
we saw how a queer action led to loss of half of Vossenack and we also saw how Kommerscheidt
became more and more of a mess filled with various different units. Although the Americans managed to keep the
Germans out of Kommerscheidt, the mental state of the GI’s was rapidly decreasing. The veterans had either been killed or wounded
and many green recruits had taken their place. In this final episode of the series we will
take a look at the endgame of the 28th Infantry Division In The Hürtgen Forest. As light started to grow on the 7th of November
1944 the Germans started to bombard the defences at Kommerscheidt. Next to the shells was the cold, almost icy
rain. After several days of failed attempts to take
the town, the Germans were determined more than ever to finally break the Kommerscheidt
defences. Finally, after the 30 minute long bombardment
the Germans attacked. Just under 20 Panzers of the 16th Panzer Regiment
advanced together with the infantry of the 89th Infantry Division. The Panzers inflicted heavy losses, especially
to the left flank of A company, 112th Infantry Regiment. The company’s command post was fired at
multiple times and A company’s commander, Captain Frear was among the wounded. On the American right flank, the Panzers managed
to move in on the foxholes of company B, 112th Infantry regiment. But, thanks to personal initiatives the Panzers
were forced to back up. The heavy weapons of M company also suffered
terrible losses, but its commander Captain Hackard managed to avenge the loss of multiple
of his mortars and heavy machine guns by knocking out one of the Panzers with a bazooka. The American tanks got stuck into the fight
as well. Lieutenant Payne, a platoon commander in A
company 707th Tank battalion managed to knock out a German tank which tried to flank the
right side of the village. Payne was aided by two tank destroyers before
they finally managed to bring the panzer to a crashing halt. In the centre of the Hamlet, Lieutenant Edmund
in his M10 managed to knock out a Panther at point blank range and another M10 also
destroyed another German tank. In return 3 M10’s were also quickly put
out of action, including Lieutenant Edmund’s. As the German tanks entered the village, Colonel
Ripple and Colonel Peterson were just in time to leave their command post as one of the
panzers was starting to blaze away at it. Major Hazlett jumped from post to post to
encourage his men to fight on, but despite his best of efforts, many were already leaving
their foxholes. Captain Rumbaugh, in command of the 3rd battalion
110th Infantry Regiment at the wood line was ordered up to aid in the defence but before
Rumbaugh could assemble his men his orders changed as Colonel Peterson arrived at the
wood line. C company of the 112th Infantry Regiment was
committed instead. Just as Peterson had given his orders to C
company, a message arrived stating that he was expected at the divisional headquarters. Peterson at once left in a jeep. Finally he was given the opportunity to clarify
the true situation at Kommerscheidt to his superiors. Colonel Ripple thus took over the command
at Kommerscheidt. C company was ordered forward but the company
didn’t move out of their foxholes, even Ripple’s presence was unable to convince
the men of C company to move into Kommerscheidt. As more and more Panzers entered Komemmerscheidt,
more GI’s started to withdraw. A few tanks were sent up to stem the tide,
but it was all in vain, two more Sherman tanks as well as a Tank Destroyer were destroyed
in quick succession. The remaining American tanks started to drive
back. Eventually only one Sherman and two M10’s
remained on the battlefield and with the armour pulling back, Major Christensen of 3rd battalion
also ordered his men to withdraw. Gradually more men withdrew including a party
of 75 men of A company. Everything was done to establish a new defensive
line at the edge of the woods overlooking the hamlet. Kommerscheidt was lost to the Germans at 11h25am. Chaos reigned on the battlefield. Units were reorganized while the wounded men
poured down into the Kall valley towards the aid station. At the edge of the woods were the 3rd battalion,
110th infantry regiment, C company of the 112th Infantry Regiment and some 200 survivors
of the fighting at Kommerscheidt. In order to prevent a blue on blue incident,
the Americans hardly fired an artillery round at Kommerscheidt which was still full of wounded
GI’s. None the less, the approaches from Schmidt
were continuously fired on. Just like the attack at Schmidt a few days
before, the Germans didn’t press home the attack. This gave the Americans valuable time to reorganize
and improve the new defences. At about 18h30pm, the Germans renewed their
attacks. A handful of Panzers tried to get across the
open, but the artillery fire knocked out the leading Panzer and the others subsequently
withdrew. The situation was somewhat restored but the
28th infantry Division was facing a very stressful night. During the day, Colonel Peterson had been
ordered up to the divisional headquarters. He was to be relieved by Colonel Gustin Nelson. Peterson meanwhile had been forced to abandon
his jeep after being fired upon by a German squad along the Kall trail. After a trying trek across the Kall gorge,
dodging various German parties, the WW1 veteran was eventually hit by a piece of shrapnel. One of the men with Colonel Peterson, Private
Seiler was killed in the attempt to cross the woods. After spending the last stretch along the
river bank crawling, the colonel had lost his energy and instead gambled on crying out
his name until he was eventually picked up by two GI’s who applied morphine and brought
the exhausted and wounded Peterson to the rear. As Colonel Peterson and the Engineers along
the Kall trail found out the hard way, the Germans had managed to reach the trail and
it became more and more difficult to move supplies or reinforcements up to or from Kommerscheidt. While the Germans were attacking Kommerscheidt
in force, the Americans were making plans to recapture their lost positions in front
of Vossenack. At 08h00am, the 146th Engineers who were going
to perform the attack postponed it for about 15 minutes. As the American artillery lifted, the Germans
immediately laid down a counter-barrage. 1st Lieutenant Meier’s 2nd platoon, of C
company was ordered to recapture the houses on the left of the main street. His platoon took multiple casualties in the
attempt to move up. A company under Captain Ball at the same time
rushed ahead in order to capture the damaged church. A firefight ensued in the church which resulted
in several Germans being killed and the capture of some 16 others. The men of A company also overcame a machinegun
position in the cemetery. From the cemetery position they were able
to support 1st Lieutenant Meier’s advance on the left. At the same time the supporting tanks of 2nd
Lieutenant Johnson, 2nd platoon B company of the 707th Tank battalion also moved up
to support the infantry. Although the tanks weren’t of much use in
the close-quarters combat they did provide moral support. The men of Meier proceeded, house by house
capturing 19 Germans in one single building. Later during the fight, the air force was
called up and although most planes successfully bombed their targets, two of the P47’s mistakenly
bombed the friendly lines. But, in spite of this incident, most of Vossenack
had been recaptured by the evening. At noon the 109th Infantry Regiment was finally
relieved by the men of the 12th Infantry Regiment of the 4th Infantry Division. The three battalions of the 109th weren’t
finished with the Hurtgen Forest though. After dark, the second battalion relieved
the 146th Engineers in Vossenack. Of the 109th Infantry Regiment, only the 1st
battalion had received reinforcements, some 200 men in total. The 3rd battalion on its turn was to be a
part of Task Force Davis which was ordered to recapture Schmidt. The taskforce further consisted of the 112th
Infantry regiment, minus it’s 2nd battalion, companies A and C of the 707th Tank battalion
and companies B and C of the 893rd Tank Destroyer Battalion. All forces were desperately understrength
and the tanks had received a blow during the fighting for kommerscheidt. Besides, the Tank Destroyers of the taskforce
still had to cross the Kall trail which was infested with Germans. None the less General Davis in command of
the taskforce ordered the tank destroyers under his command to immediately cross the
trail. While the M10’s were moving up, the 3rd
battalion of the 109th proceeded to the Kall bridge. Or at least that’s what they thought they
were doing. In theory, the 3rd battalion had lost its
way and they eventually ended up behind the 110th Infantry Regiment to the southwest. In order to conform with the general’s wishes,
4 M10’s of B company’s 2nd platoon were ordered to make a dash for the Kall trail. As the four Tank destroyers broke the cover
of Vossenack at about 15h00pm, they were met by a hail of fire coming from across the valley. Two M10’s received a direct hit and were
knocked out while another was hit in the drive sprocket and veered-off. The fourth and last tank destroyer made it
to the wood line, but they went too fast and slid off the path, plunging into the valley
below. Although badly shaken, the crew made it out
alive. During the day General Cota, in command of
the 28th infantry division had a meeting with the V corps and First army commanders in which
he suggested that his troops be withdrawn across the Kall stream. Both the corps and the army commanders agreed. It was the beginning of the end. While the 1055th Infantry Regiment had successfully
captured Kommerscheidt, the men of the 156th and 60th Panzer Grenadier Regiments had to
give up the eastern part of Vossenack to the American Engineers. At the same time however, the Germans were
able to infiltrate the lines along the Kall trail. On the next day, November 8th, the 3rd battalion
of the 109th Infantry Regiment was called out again to proceed to the Kall river from
where they were to act as the basis of the withdrawal across the stream. They eventually arrived at the Kall trail
at 13pm. L Company stayed behind between Simonskall
and the bridge at the Mestrenger Mühle in order to provide flank protection. In the meantime contact was established with
Colonel Nelson and eventually with Colonel Ripple as well. The commanders on the field quickly made plans
for a smooth withdrawal across the Kall stream. At the wood line in front of Kommerscheidt
the day was appearing to be pretty calm until 6 Germans Panzers were spotted around Kommerscheidt,
but thanks to the counter-artillery the German attack never really materialized. The Germans tried again during the afternoon,
but with the help of the M10 Tank Destroyers of Lieutenant Davis across the valley at Vossenack,
all six of the German panzers were reported as knocked out. As Colonel Nelson finally arrived at the wood
line, measures were taken to start the process of the withdrawal. The wounded were being brought back and L
company of the 110th was chosen as the covering force. As darkness fell, the artillery would lay
down a covering barrage to conceal the withdrawal. The withdrawal itself consisted of two parts,
a group with the wounded and a group with the men who were still fit to fight, some
300 fighting men in total. As the men set out, German mortar fire started
to fall near the Kall trail and the men were forced to spread out. As it was dark the reorganization of the group
was nearly impossible. Colonel Nelson with his group made it safely
past the column of wounded GI’s and also managed to cross the Kall bridge to safety. The wounded meanwhile walked on until they
came across the Germans guarding the bridge. After a bit of negotiating all men of the
group were allowed to pass, including the armed soldiers who were carrying some of the
wounded. The withdrawal was a success. Most of the scattered parties managed to make
their way across the stream to the designated assembly area. The group with Colonel Ripple was one of these
scattered parties which eventually reached the 3rd battalion, 109th Infantry Regiment. Only a few soldiers didn’t make it. Others did make it, but went to Vossenack
instead, like Lieutenant Fleig who you might remember from the battles at Kommerscheidt. Over at Hürtgen, the 12th Infantry Regiment
immediately sent out one battalion to eliminate a German salient along the Weisser Weh creek. The battalion was unable to make good progress
and eventually turned back to the initial start line. To the south at Raffelbrand, the 2nd battalion
110th Infantry Regiment made an attempt to attack the German-held pillboxes, but their
attack was repulsed. During the night everything was done to give
the wounded of Kommerscheidt the treatment they needed. But as the aid-stations became crowded, the
walking wounded were simply advised to walk back to the rear and seek medical attention
there. Several parties along the Kall trail were
harassed by the Germans overlooking the only supply route of the Americans. That same day the 112th Infantry Regiment
received some 500 replacements to bring the battalions back to combat strength. The next day, November 9th, the weather went
from bad to worse with snow falling on the 28th infantry Division’s positions. The already difficult task of getting vehicles
through became even more difficult now that snow was falling down. That 9th of November, Major Berndt the surgeon
of the 112th Infantry Regiment asked his superiors if he could set up a truce to bring in the
wounded still left on the battlefield. His suggestion was declined and the response
he got was that he should instead find out what the Germans thought of such a truce. Major Berndt then moved up to the aid station
at the Kall trail to see the situation for himself. Unware that the division had by then authorized
a truce, Berndt and his interpreter went out the bridge on their own to seek the German
commander in the area. Eventually a Leutnant came out to meet them. Berndt was surprised to hear that all the
wounded along the wood line at Kommerscheidt had already been taken away. But, there was still the situation at the
Aid station which was piled with wounded men awaiting evacuation. The German officer agreed that his men would
let the evacuation vehicles past, but he couldn’t vouch for the German artillery. Both Americans and Germans worked together
in order to evacuate the wounded. Later problems arose on the Kall trail closer
to Vossenack when a German Captain was unaware of the truce. The German officer insisted that only the
seriously injured soldiers and the medical personnel could be evacuated. Slowly but surely, the wounded were evacuated
under the close watch of the German Captain and his men. By that time, the German 89th infantry Division
had relieved almost the entirety of the 116th Panzer Division which was shifted to Hürtgen
for a new German attack on the salient held by the 12th Infantry Regiment of the 4th Infantry
Division. On the 10th of November, unaware of the new
German peril at Hürtgen, the Americans attacked to even their lines. The 1st battalion of the 109th had to take
over from the 112th Infantry Regiment since the latter consisted nearly entirely of fresh
recruits. The 109th partially reached their objectives. On the 11th of November a new truce was established,
this time by a German Medical officer who wanted to collect the German dead in the Kall
gorge. The Americans were given time to find a new
route, avoiding the German Captain to the north. Eventually the entire US aid station was evacuated. The next day, the 110th Infantry Regiment
made yet another attempt to capture the Raffelsbrandt pillboxes, but the companies were so worn-down
that the attack never really materialized. All elements of the 112th Infantry Regiment
were finally relieved after the 2nd Ranger battalion was attached to the 109th Infantry
Regiment on the 14th of November. On the 17th of November, with the arrival
of the 8th Infantry Division, the 110th Infantry Regiment was also relieved and moved out of
the Simonskall sector. The relief of the 28th infantry Division was
completed by the 19th of November as the 8th infantry division also took over the positions
of the 109th infantry Regiment. The 28th Infantry Division was finally out
of the front line at Vossenack and Hürtgen. In November of 1944, the 28th infantry Division
had suffered 5 684 casualties and if you add attached units the sad total comes to 6 184. The hardest hit regiment was the 112th which
deplored 2093 casualties, 232 were captured, 431 men were missing, a further 719 were wounded
while 167 men were killed. The regiment also had 544 non-battle casualties. The Germans also endured heavy losses. It is estimated that they had some 2000 casualties
of all types. The Americans also lost 16 of the 20 M10 tank
destroyers and 31 out of the 50 tanks in the endeavour to capture Schmidt. The Hurtgen campaign of the 28th Infantry
Division had come to an end. The soldiers had behaved well under trying
conditions but casualties were incredibly high. The attack to take Schmidt and act as a divergent
for other American attacks had failed. The one-way supply route which was the Kall
trial was a major factor which lead to the eventual defeat. So was the weather and the quick move by the
116th Panzer Division. I hope you enjoyed this series, I most certainly
did making it. I thank you very much for watching and I hope
to see you in a future video! Don’t forget to like and subscribe and do
leave a comment down below! Cheers!

How Can Apps Help People with Brain Injury?

How Can Apps Help People with Brain Injury?


Apps are really important for individuals
with traumatic brain injury and PTSD and other kinds of brain conditions. What I found is that they really allow individuals
to apply cognitive skills in a very practical functional way in a way other than often they
get in more traditional kids of therapies. When an individual has a brain injury they
have difficulty with organization and time management and memory and decision making. And one of the interesting things about apps
is that apps allow them to apply strategies to deal with some of those issues that they
might be facing on an everyday life. But the apps give them immediate feedback
that they can then use in order to sort of determine whether or not they’re on the
right track. Whereas if you’re using something like paper
and pencil it’s not so easy to see the results. The other thing about apps is that they’re
with them every day, all day long. And so they’re able to actually use the
applications throughout the day to ben them and to help them with some of the cognitive
struggles that they have.

#BETTERTHANEVER 1 : RECOMMANDATIONS LINKEDIN

#BETTERTHANEVER 1 : RECOMMANDATIONS LINKEDIN


Hi there, I hope you have the fit, welcome you for this first episode of “BetterThanEver”. I didn’t have too many ideas for the name of this concept there, but in fact, on this channel, among all concepts that I wanted to launch since, here, since the launch, maybe i also wanted get out a little bit of
entrepreneurship, maybe create concepts that go get inspiration in areas other than those of entrepreneurs and who are drawn ultimately from my experience at daily and from where I find inspiration for my business, for my content, for the marketing that I apply in my different business. And so, this concept there “BetterThanEver”, “How
improve? How to be better than ever? ” done I wanted in these videos you suggest examples marketing, content, texts, videos, well actually I saw and where I saw the axes very well that were possible. The first advantage for me is to show you that I know what I am speak and I have them knowledge of marketing and human psychology, etc. And on the other side, it’s from you show you, if for example you make messages or if you have marketing in your businesses, or even, for example, when you are on LinkedIn, as we will see today, as you saw in the title of the video, well, you can improve you. You can also be clearer in your mind and see what are the real goals of the message you want to get across or who are you talking to, how to present your offer, etc. So when I talk about
recommendations LinkedIn, I’m not talking, in fact, recommendations that you leave under someone’s skills on his LinkedIn profile. I’m actually talking to you about the posts you can put on LinkedIn for example when you’re done your internship or that you finished one sandwich course to thank the business of that experience. And you should know that in fact, these messages, it’s great and that has a triple objective. In my opinion, the first objective, is to be able to thank and promote the business. So I think it’s the slightest things because when you pass an extraordinary experience in a business, when you learned a lot, when employees and employees took the time to explain things, to take of their time also to be able to to train, to be able to become a better version of yourself and in addition to the skills you can use later in your course. Even if you don’t continue in this business there, well I think it’s the least of
things. The first objective, you have to say it’s already thanking, to promote the business. Then the second objective not forget, it’s to be recommended in turn. It means that the more your message will be well done, will be rewarding for the company, more you are likely to finally business there, if you have already done a good job in your internship or work-study, or even in CDI you see, well you go, you can be recommend to your turn, you can finally have people who between quotes, are “fans” of you or who, in the end, were very attached to your values ​​and your ethics of work, etc. And that’s why this message is really, it is very important. If you want to post for promote the business you have to although you think about it. It’s also in your interest to be recommended in turn. And the third goal, and I think like i see regularly on LinkedIn … I’m talking about LinkedIn because it’s a great platform. This is where today everyone is at the level professional, because you can have huge visibility and everything the world is on it. And the last goal, according to me is to demonstrate your personality and your ability to sell, to convince. And that is very, very, very important because today since I became an entrepreneur, since I learned all days, for over a year and a half, that’s all since I started, the primary skill which can be used in a lot of areas is SALE. And it’s not necessarily the sale products in store or whatever is. It is especially to know convince, to show people bah these are your arguments. And finally, promote a business, promote bah here, thank business for the experience she gave you,
finally it’s convincing people that it’s a good business. It is
to convince future interns, future alternates, future employees that you had a great time experience in there and it can bring talents back into this business there. And you see the message that you go post if you do
recommendations on LinkedIn, you need to take awareness that there you go, you will show to other companies also that you can convince. You know present a message in a way where people will stick your way to think. And this is very attractive to other companies and it can allow you to demonstrate your skill. And it’s branding in itself. And it’s not just a message is something that if you touch the right people, that can have an impact on your network, your professional future, etc. So really think about it. And suddenly for this video in fact, I did it because I had a typical message example who hit me and where I found that there were a lot of axes improvement to use. And I thought maybe if you, you wanted to make a
message like this, well this video could help you improve. Right now i will tell you
The example that I had, so by the way plus, it’s someone I know, so I warned him, etc. But I’ll read you the example, I will you post it on the screen and you will see I will explain you as you go what do i think that could be improved and in the end I would read of a fictional example. If, for example, I had made a internship or work-study program in a business, well I would done in the way that seems to me the most adequate and the most rewarding for the company as for me if I had published it. The example is as follows, you will see on the screen. So, “Feedback from my four months internship with – the company -. The collaborators put people at the heart of their actions and taking initiative and autonomy is highly appreciated. I was thus able to evolve within a framework stimulating and gaining varied skills on many business development areas, marketing, strategy, etc. I recommend the experience of – the company – to anyone who wish to have responsibilities while working in a business with strong and promising values ​​of meaning. At first glance, the message sounds positive, looks in a way to recommend the company. The company mentioned twice, so there is a LinkedIn link so we can go see the company. But in my opinion, there are still some little things missing and really that make you lose ultimately the potential of the message and how much it could bring the person who posted it. The first impression I have of this message and maybe you, you have a different opinion or maybe you think the same by the way, it’s too much short and it’s not detailed enough. And it’s a little “recommendation in principle “, it’s kind of like if we went to school and that the teachers had us says “remember to make business recommendations after your internship because that can bring you something. ” It really feels like there is didn’t have the urge behind. There was finally no desire to thank, promote the company, we have the impression that this is a message that was made in two paragraphs and it was quickly. And finally, you see if I arrive to tell me that, and yet you see I haven’t spent 15 years analyzing the thing, maybe a business, or maybe a future employer might think the same thing. So if you make a message, I think it takes that it has a certain length and a certain detail, that we see that it’s personalized, that there is not this idea of ​​”recommendation in principle “. Also this message, therefore, in particular by its length, it there is indeed a “text in effect” blocks “actually, and it’s more like a “cover letter” effect. A bit like the letters of motivation, unfortunately, that found on Google, etc. When we put “example of letter from motivation”. Well, that’s right, very “divided”. It’s not like if we were talking to somebody. It doesn’t really do, finally, what we are looking for in a “sales pitch” between classic quotes, where we’re looking to convince someone, where we’re looking to “sell” his ideas, we try to ultimately entice the reader and I think it’s missing because that, that lack of customization and that finally missing … there is a structure but ultimately she does not profit to the message itself. Also it’s too general, there is no enough context, precision, details that could finally bring a differentiation from other recommendations that might find for others companies on LinkedIn. And lo and behold, maybe background elements, small stories, etc. As I will show you in the example that I will cite to you that I go read you, which i wrote. There’s a little bit of storytelling, something is missing or we can finally identify to the person who lived through the internship for 4 months, because 4 month, casually, it’s a
some period and it can happen a lot of things. But here, we don’t talk about it enough. So maybe it’s a desire of the author, but in any case, precisely, we don’t come in enough finally in the head of the no one who writes it and we don’t not visualize, in my opinion, enough great experience the person has could live. As I said also, there is no, there is no personal experience, there has no emotion. There is no storytelling, finally. There you go, the storytelling is well known. This is actually what sells. This is ultimately what convinces people because we love stories
since the mists of time. And he is not finally what common thread that allows identify with the person who lived the experience. Also after there is not in the message emojis or hashtags. So hashtags can be referenced on LinkedIn or on other platforms where people follow the keywords that are used with hashtags. And also the emojis, me in my case i use them very regularly, in fact everyone time in my content and that, it can depend on the image we want to send. And maybe it’s too much … it’s less “corpoate” l, maybe it’s too personal, maybe it’s a little … Maybe I wouldn’t like it, ultimately, the image it returns with emojis, but some emojis, not necessarily smileys, etc. I use them because that pleases me. So there, it’s in the personality of my message, in quotes, from my “Marketing”. But it can make the more visual message and it can finally make something where people will remember the message and where there is a visualization, finally, from what is said in writing and what which can be seen visually. Maybe it’s missing a little little. And that lacks a little fun. It’s a little sad. Finally, maybe I think not everyone will think like that, but it’s the impression which emerges in my opinion. Also, then after, it can to depend. But there is only the name of company that is cited and we don’t have, for example, personal thanks that we can sometimes see on recommendations LinkedIn. There is no link to a particular person from the company to say “thank you (I don’t know) Martine for being my tutor during this internship “etc. “Thank you Jérôme for teaching me such and such competence. Here, thanks to you, I found my passion in such field “etc. And There you go. And that is just missing of context as I said already and finally, in addition to referring to these people maybe ultimately a way to create of the link between the company and future talents they might recruit in the future. Finally, and I’ll be done right with this analysis ultimately of this first recommendation. There is no opening. In the end, there is not even “made available” at the end of message to say “if you have any questions or if you want to learn about the business I’m at your provision. “There is no cross-reference specific to a link, if you will, etc. In fact, it is also understanding from what I told you before the video: what are the objectives of this message there? At the end, you surrender realize it’s as much in your interest only in the interest of the company. And if, you keep doing things in the interest of the business following the message, as soon as the message is finished, it returns a good image of you. And that allows to the company also understand that you are someone from benevolent and it can do it think about other companies too, that you would be ready to do the same thing for them. So it’s really positive in both directions. And also at the end, I think it would have been nice to say what the nobody ultimately gets out of it that she learned, maybe the passion that she discovered in this environment, maybe that made his project evolve professional, that there has been ultimately an evolution, a learning that has taken place. And it also shows well for people reading the message that the nobody is finally active in position, internship, etc. And that she thought about herself. And maybe there is people who don’t see in makes LinkedIn recommendations from this angle there, with this objective the. I think to convince people, you have to be transparent. You have to be sincere and say what we think, say here … That’s what makes you react. Finally, when we see all the “rant” posts, etc. Where people put emotion inside, speak personally, speak with their hearts. Well that’s what convinces people and finally restrict yourself too much to this image that we could call “corporate”, but in addition it may not even be the word to use but this image where finally you have to be marble, it We must not say what we think, etc. I think it doesn’t not the link and unfortunately it’s a link that could be useful for you if you want to make a LinkedIn recommendation and who could also be useful for the business because it could create a connection. So now that I have be smart and maybe you took me for a crater because suddenly, here I analyzed and everything blah, etc. I still wrote a recommendation that seems to me better. Not for the same company, but that’s it for, for NIKE, because that it’s in my heart. I read “The Art of Victory” by Philip Knight and frankly, ever since, I am madly in love. If I had done an internship with them, I made you a little offer,
I read it to you, I think i will put it to you too on the screen to see it. There you go, I’ll read that to you. And lo and behold, at the end I’ll make you a little comeback. So I start “5 April 2019, my first day at Nike. Upon my arrival, I am struck by the friendly atmosphere which reigns between my new colleagues. We feel good there. First greetings, first smiles. We end up introducing myself my tutor, Matthieu, who was about to make me live the richest 4 months and intense since the beginning of my curriculum at IESEG School of Management. So follow 16 weeks of internship as assistant head of web project: content creation on social networks, maintenance of websites, Facebook advertising, Instagram, SEO … I don’t see the time go by so much my internship supervisor applies to me make the most of his experience and don’t hesitate to me entrust additional tasks why he knows he can count on my skill and my flawless motivation. 4 months later, my internship ends in style with a trip one week business meeting at Nike, the Netherlands, tracking a fitness salon in Amsterdam to represent the Mark. An experience impossible to forget. I can never be enough thank Nike, my internship supervisor Matthew and all of my colleagues during this internship for their benevolence and their thirst for challenge and innovation contagious. Thanks to them, I discovered myself a passion for the psychology of client and product design. If you want to apply to Nike, my only advice: Just Do It. Just Do It Hashtags, Internship, Internship, Marketing “So you see, this is a proposition. Maybe it sticks more to my personality than that of the person who wrote the message that I explained to you before. But already, there is storytelling, that is to say that there, I tell a story, in fact, I tell such that I lived the experience. And you see that in fact, in a few paragraphs, we can summarize 4 months and so there is a thread. There is the beginning, I arrive in the company, there is the day, the exact date, etc. I’m talking about my emotions. When I got there, there was already a positive atmosphere. So already, that can reassure maybe future interns or future employees. When we get there, we don’t know nobody, but we feel like at home, like at home. It’s very user-friendly. You see, I quoted the IESEG School of Management (PONCHOUR!). Well, it’s because it’s an example. Because if you quote your school also, it can give credibility. It’s for that we are in schools of
trade, that’s why we’re going to establishments that are well classified, so that you have your branding. It is for finally that you, here, that you show that you come from such school, that you are someone who matches such values, which has such course, etc. And if you finally mention it, bah … It’s not enough to just put in your bio, finally, in your profile description. If you mention it on a post and in addition this post is liked, shared, etc. That you have comments, there are lots of people who will see it and ultimately it benefits you to say that. And it’s not finally to be pompous is not ultimately here is farting her or whatever either, it’s just, well, that’s it it is a state of affairs. “I am in such school i do such type studies “and lo and behold, it strengthens your in quotes your branding and your personality and who you are finally. Also and I think it’s really something you need really that you use. Here I was in detail finally of what I’ve done. So potentially, if I had been at Nike, good after, I’m not saying that I could have been caught huh. So you see “creation of content on social networks,
maintenance of websites, Facebook advertising, Instagram, SEO, etc. “If you donate details in your recommendation. Ultimately, people know very well, that’s what you’re talking about. What were the skills that were you able to develop? What did you work on? And finally, you are not finally in this effect “letter from general motivation where you put words to do well, you got really put what you did concretely, and it is verifiable, it is ultimately quantifiable as skills that you have acquired. By writing this message, I realize account I think I was a lot in love and I was a lot in here “I like the mark “, but ultimately, you see, maybe i think i have some too put. Maybe it’s a little long because I know there is a character limit on posts LinkedIn, I have not checked. But in any case, you see, you see I think that is the idea that should get out of it. It’s really from to show that… Because in addition, I have already seen people who did internships at Nike (“at Nikeee who in English”), internships, work-study programs, etc. And in the end, they put a post but, but who was sweating love like that. They really loved the business. And really, you see on the one hand, I think it’s very smart to their part of putting that in their post because it’s very
convincing. In any case, it touches me and more, it proves that the company, she has a management culture, a corporate culture. And this is how to interact with its employees who must be excellent and really dreamy. And maybe it’s elsewhere why I took Nike as an example and finally I advertise indirectly. And because it’s … Here we have a good image of the company. So maybe even some companies that benefit from this picture there ultimately in reality it there are bound to be a few details that are not in adequacy with reality. But in any case, you see, I think that your message must finally show that you are passionate about the company, that you experienced a great experience. There you go, and this is sales, it’s convincing people, finally. And so, to finish so there, I mentioned that I had made a business trip to end of 4 months at headquarters of Nike and that I had a salon dedicated to fitness. Here it was for the example. It is to show that you have concrete experience, that here, it also increases tenfold experiences you may have had and the contacts you had. Maybe you could meet important people, etc. Also, in the end necessarily, I thank my tutor to have taught me everything. I also say at the end that I have found a passion for this or that such domain. That means that does, it shows that ultimately, you have thought about it and you haven’t not just been an intern alternately passive, you really got the best of what you could and you applied it to your personality, what you wanted do it later and you got one conclusion. That’s it today I love everything client psychology and design produced at Nike. Maybe you see that you will want to work at Nike, maybe you have others companies that you are passionate about, but in any case, you know that you can to start again on these bases there, of your experience to go even more far in your next experience. And at the end, so there is “if you want to apply to Nike, my only advice: Just Do It “. So there, in addition, I think if the company you take back its slogan for your post you see, there it is won, you see. Frankly, that’s exactly what I think we have to be. And there after, you put the hashtags, you put “Nike, Just Do It, Internship, Marketing “I don’t have a bac +12 in hashtags, but in any case, I think it helps you reference a little. And when it’s shared in particular, well I think it can benefit you. So I’m done for this video. So, to conclude, I think that ultimately LinkedIn recommendations is like many other things. It’s like all marketing, it’s like the way of express yourself, the way to interact with people: it’s unique to each. But in any case, I think that there are really patterns that we can learn when we begins to take an interest in the
psychology human, as I speak on this Youtube channel. When we start to be interested in sales, marketing,
the entrepreneuria, there are patterns that we find in some speeches, in certain content that is published and that are best suited for achieve its goal of convince, to sell an idea, ultimately to have a positive image, let people tell you notice, etc. Let them contact you, let them get to know you, etc. And these patterns where I think I will explore them more and more in depth in the coming videos that will follow, under the BetterThanEver theme. So there you go take that down, maybe it
will serve you, I’m sure you can get something out of this video. Anyway, here I am see you very soon, thank you a lot of watching me. You can always follow me on Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram. Instagram I always post daily stories, etc. If you want us to discuss, there is no concern, with pleasure. And I’ll tell you more, I wish you a good weekend and I tell you on monday. Peace, ciao!

Knee Pain Relief: Dr. Madhuri Sharma’s Success Story – Dr. Bharti’s Holistic Wellness, Vasant Vihar

Knee Pain Relief: Dr. Madhuri Sharma’s Success Story – Dr. Bharti’s Holistic Wellness, Vasant Vihar


I am Dr. Madhuri Sharma, my age is 77
years. I retired as a Deputy Director General Health Services from Ministry of
Health. I had some problem regarding my knees I had some pain in while
walking and getting up at the morning my knees used to be very stiff so with that
and I heard about Dr. Bharti so I thought that just be going talk to my father a
very pleasant person and he suggested me for some treatment and I had 28 sittings
for that and I feel quite better than what I was and if I continue to do I
think I will be perfect and I can have my normal routine.
I have closely observed Dr. Bharti’s Holistic Program. It is very scientific
and easy and follow and follow it as a that they are focusing upon the
scientific metabolic mechanism and correction of all the deformities
developed due to the Osteo-Arthritis and now I feel that I am quite benefited
with this treatment and I would like to suggest to some of my friends also to go
through this treatment this holistic approach of Dr. Bharti and they can
also be benefited and I am god bless you

Lower Back Pain Relief Juice: A Tasty Placebo!

Lower Back Pain Relief Juice: A Tasty Placebo!


Hey guys. Today we’re making lower back pain relief juice. If you take this juice everyday for 30 days it’s gonna help with your lower back pain. I promise. Stick with me because first I’m going to show you how to make it and then I’m going to show you why this works. Aright here we go. Eleven ounces of coconut water you can use regular water if you want put coconut water makes it kind of tropical and delicious. Two full ribs of celery. One cup of spinach. Or just a giant handful is good too. A slice of lemon. This time we’re peeling it. But you don’t have to take the peel off if you don’t want to. It’s not going to affect the flavor or make it bitter at all. One thumb-sized knob of ginger. Same story with the pealing here. We are going to peel it but you don’t have to. One cup of pineapple. This isn’t a perfect science here. You can add as much pineapple as you want. And wait, do you know how to cut pineapple? Here’s how you do it. Top off bottom off and then skin it. So all the way around. And then one last time to remove any kind of sharp pieces. And then flip it on its side and cut coins. Like giant coins. And then cut it into squares. You can eat the entire thing except the middle. The core is tough to eat on your own with your human teeth. You can blend it. We’re going to blend the core. But if you’re putting the pineapple chunks in a bowl. The core you can compost. Oh, actually, I take it back. Take the cores and put them separately in to a little Tupperware put it in the freezer. Those you can blend later. And then a cup of ice. We’re gonna blend for about a minute until it’s nice and smooth. You can see this one’s really foamy. And that’s because of the celery. If you don’t like foamy juices, don’t use celery. You can see it pretty quickly separates. It’s kind of pretty actually. It’s not staying fully homogenized because we’re not using, sort of, binding ingredients like chia seeds, flax seeds, banana, mango. We’re going to run a second round here because we want a little more ice, a little more watery, a little colder. And a tip to reduce some of that foam: At the very end, you can run your Vitamix on low speed. That’ll kind of pop some of the bubbles and, kind of, have it reduce a little bit. And then pour it out, tall glass enjoy this one. This one’s actually really good as like a room temperature juice, especially if you didn’t go for that second round of ice. So while we’re cleaning the Vitamix I want to show you a few things about low back pain. It’s totally normal. It’s a message from your body. And it can be cured naturally. And believe it or not in most cases if you don’t have a structural bone or joint or disc issue, physical activity helps. The other day, my back was hurting, my lower back, and I did yoga. Yoga fixed it. Stretching, a little bit of strength. When your hamstrings are tight, your lower back is gonna hurt. And these days, we can’t talk about pain without talking about opioids and the opioid epidemic that’s happening here in America. Doctors are weary of this and now there are new guidelines from the American College of Physicians and they say: you have to believe. You have to believe that your lower back pain can be cured naturally. Because it can. And a really easy way to believe is to take a placebo, placebos work. Someone gives you something and they say that it’s going to fix your problem, more likely than not, it’s going to fix your problem. So lower back pain relief juice, its part placebo. I’m telling you it’s gonna fix your lower back pain so it will. The other way that it works to reduce lower back pain: It’s got anti-inflammatory ingredients. Celery, ginger, spinach, pineapple, all have anti inflammatory properties are going to help reduce inflammation and make you feel so much better. Guys I’m not a doctor but here’s my prescription for you. Take this lower back pain relief juice for 30 days. It will help you. And if you’re up for it maybe find a little 10 minute yoga video do some stretching. Oh and guys subscribe to our channel if you haven’t already and hit that bell to get notified. If you appreciate videos like this, hit that thumbs up. Thank you so so much for watching. And we will see you in the next one.

*INTENSE TAILBONE PAIN* Relief with Gonstead Technique

*INTENSE TAILBONE PAIN* Relief with Gonstead Technique


(upbeat easy guitar music) – When you feel the pain, where do you feel it right now? You feel it down here and into the legs, but can you show me now, because now I’m just looking at your back. – Right here. – It’s all the way down there. So right here, that’s painful? – I have pain here. – [Doctor] Okay. – Right here. – [Doctor] Both sides? Both sides? – Yeah. – [Doctor] Okay.
– And here and here. Right now, I can’t do. – [Doctor] Okay. Any pain? – Little. – [Doctor] A little bit?
– Yeah. – Where is the pain when you do that? – Here. – Got it. You see how, like, how asymmetrical it is? Her pants are going like this, too, right? – When she come sit down, (speaking with heavy accent) sit down, going down. (grunts) Wake up, again. When you go to the bed, you go to the bed like this. – Every day? – Now, getting more– – I feel more better now. – It’s like, pain, I don’t know. – When I sit, I sit
over here, or over here. – Okay. So you’re trying
to avoid your tailbone. – Yeah. You’re so tilted in your pelvis, and your tailbone is shifting
off to the outside, right? So when you sit onto it, you’re sitting actually at
an angle on your tailbone. Yeah, got something right there, too. You feel it? Right there. Yeah, okay. Another one a little lower right there. So I get there, that’s painful right? – Mm-hmm. This is your, where your joint is, okay, your tailbone, okay? This is where your coccyx, it’s called a coccyx, meets your sacrum. Basically if I poke this side pretty hard, that’s not too bad, right? But if I go a little bit here, that hurts, right? – Mm-hmm.
– Yeah. It means it sprains out
onto that side, okay? So that’s why when I push on this side, it doesn’t really hurt, but if I push on that
side, it hurts, right? So what we’re gonna do
is actually close that. I’m gonna actually address
your tailbone today. So is that painful right there? – Mm-hmm.
– Yeah. – You sometimes get headaches, right? Right here? – Okay, so what we’re gonna do is actually adjust your
atlas over here, okay? So this is your very top bone, okay. Because you said it comes down into your
arms sometimes, right? And it’s really hard for you
to raise your arms, right? And so this nerve goes into, you said it actually goes
into your fingers, too, right? – Yeah, mm-hmm. – Which fingers do you feel- – This one. – Okay, mostly this one? – Mm-hmm. – And it’s when you move
your neck this way, right? And then sometimes it hurts your nerves all the way to your finger right? – Yeah.
– Yeah. So that’s what I’m saying is, we’re gonna adjust up here, so most of the rotation in your neck actually happens from up here. So if I fix that, it can help a lot with what she’s feeling going to the arm. Just watch. Do you feel that every day, the finger? – Yes, every day. – Every day, okay. So you let me know, do you feel it right now? – I feel right now. – Okay. So let’s adjust up here, okay? So, you ready? Okay, sounds good. – [Man] I can hold her. (both laugh) I’ll be quick. So I’m gonna be adjusting
this top one, okay? So I’ll show you really quick because I’m gonna be
pushing that over, okay? Chin up a little bit while
I’m (speaking softly) (neck cracks)
Good. Not too bad, right? – No. (laughs) – Good. How often do you get the
headaches, really quick? – For one year, almost every day. – Every day for a year? Okay, yeah, that’s not good. So that is definitely
gonna help you with that. What we’re gonna do, okay, so it’s sprained out over here, okay? So that’s where the swelling is. So what we’re gonna do
is actually adjust it and close it, okay? Actually it’s really swollen here, so I’m gonna basically just
get some of the swelling out. Okay. Breathe in. Okay. Good. Just relax. (bench pops) Good. That adjusted nice. That better? – Mm-hmm. – How’s the tailbone feeling? – Yeah, it feels– – Yeah, bend down. – Yeah. – Ready for Zumba? (woman laughs) – So your tailbone’s right here, right? It’s curved over to this side. So what I did was put my finger there and actually just twisted that around to actually close it. Feel better?
– Uh-huh – Yeah. – Thank you. – Tailbones should not get adjusted every single time that you come in. Let me know how that does the next time when you do come in, okay? (easy band music)

Non-surgical Relief from the Pain and Discomfort of Uterine Fibroids

Non-surgical Relief from the Pain and Discomfort of Uterine Fibroids


“My cycles have always been extremely heavy. I’ve had multiple surgeries and I felt like
this was my last hope.” “The usual treatments have been to do a hysterectomy. but they tell me that they don’t want to
have a hysterectomy, and that’s why they’re here.” “They may be busy with their lives and they
don’t want to take a month or two off to do a major surgery. They want to try something that can get them
back on their feet in a couple of days.” “I have friends who are in their early forties who have had hysterectomies
because they were told that is your only option. I really had to take my health into my own
hands and start doing my own research.”