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Saturday, December 30, 2017
Thursday, December 28, 2017
Wednesday, December 27, 2017
You’ll find that our programs meet national CPR, AED and First Aid guidelines. People who should consider training are concerned parents, healthcare providers, professional EMT rescuers, policemen, firemen and public safety responders. The training programs offered may be taught separately or combined for comprehensive study.
Tuesday, December 26, 2017
We are an approved American Health and Safety Institute (ASHI) Training Center.
They offer VERY SIMILAR programs that most of our instructors have embraced, especially our clients. The ASHI programs are recognized by OSHA,PEOSH, NJDOH, etc. and are another option when teaching Heartsaver Programs. They are a fully accredited program and are gaining substantial ground in the US especially for CPR and First Aid training. They offer other courses as well, such as: Baby-Sitting, Oxygen Delivery, Advanced First Aid, etc. and can help you expand upon your menu of courses.
Sunday, December 24, 2017
Saturday, December 23, 2017
Northeast CPR class is hold a BLS CPR class this coming Thursday 12-28-17 if you need last minute CPR training please email us @ firstname.lastname@example.org
Thursday, December 21, 2017
Walking Equipment for People
Wednesday, December 20, 2017
Pot and pain
Tuesday, December 19, 2017
1) When choosing a tree, look for one that is fresh and has green needles that don't fall out. Brownish needles mean the tree is dried out and more prone to catch fire.
2) Water your tree daily to prevent it from drying out.
3) Check the manufacturer's labels to ensure you use only lights and decorations that are flame-retardant. Look for a nationally recognized testing laboratory, such as Underwriters Laboratories, Intertek or the Canadian Standards Association, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission.
4) Check holiday lights for frayed wires or excessive wear.
5) Don't connect more than three strands of mini-string sets and a maximum of 50 bulbs for screw-in bulbs.
6) Keep your tree at least 3 feet away from any heat source, such as a fireplace, radiator, candles or lights.
7) Make sure your tree is not blocking an exit. In case there is a fire, you want a way to get out.
8) Always turn off lights on a tree before going to bed or leaving your home.
9) Get rid of a tree when its needles start dropping. It means the tree is drying out.
10) Check that your smoke alarm is working properly.
Monday, December 18, 2017
- Drink the optimal amount of water. With the winter season here, it’s more important than ever to consume the right amount of water for your health.
- Keep stress to a minimum. Studies have linked high stress levels to making a person more susceptible to catching colds and flu. Minimize your stress by working reasonable hours at your job. Aim for at least one night per week to spend with friends and family. If your stress is out of hand and you feel like you need some help, let me know. Frequently, I work with people who have stress or emotional challenges and utilize Bach Flower Remedies to bring their emotional health back into balance.
- Eat a healthy diet. Maintaining a good healthy diet full of fresh fruits and vegetables and minimal amounts of organic meats is another way to keep your body clean and in good working order. Try eating an extra piece of fruit or veggie every day too!
- Do your homework to find the best supplement for your health. Even if you eat “perfectly” all the time with loads of fresh fruits and vegetables, you still need to boost your nutrition with a supplement. What supplements you will need will depend significantly on your lifestyle. If you’re not sure whether you need them at all, read this post on why we need supplements. Let me help you choose the best supplement program for your lifestyle. Some supplements I recommend taking during the winter season include:
- Essential Oils. Essential Oils are a must-have to protect yourself and help your immune system. There are a variety of essential oils that have been found to be highly effective against airborne bacteria. They also can do a lot to strengthen your body, boost your immune system and help you to overcome colds and flu.
- Standard Process Products: There are several products in the Standard Process / Medi-Herb line that I recommend during this time of year. Your unique health situation determines which one would be appropriate for you. Contact me to discuss which product might be best for you.
- Exercise regularly. It is important to exercise regularly, even if only for 15 minutes a day! Get out and take a short walk and enjoy the cooler weather.
- Get the right amount of sleep every night. The average person needs 6-8 hours of sleep per night. If you’re not getting enough sleep, your body is extremely vulnerable to illness. Sleep is very much like fuel that recharges your batteries! You’ve got to do it to keep the machine running.
- Wash your hands regularly. Keep the bacteria and viruses off your hands and out of your mouth and eyes. Keep a bottle of hand sanitizer close-by for those instances where you can’t get to soap and water.
- Don’t smoke. Most of you already know this, but it bears repeating because smoking significantly weakens your immune system. If you want to quit and have tried everything else, let me know. I have some nutritional recommendations that can help you quit!
- Eliminate all forms of sugar. This includes not only the obvious kinds (cake, cookies and sweets, in general), but bread, pasta, rice, yogurt and commercial, store-bought fruit juices. Although all of these things are made with different types of sugars, your body still converts them to sugar, which will compromise your immune system.
- Despite your best efforts, you still can feel like you’re “coming down with something.” Some things you can do to help your body recover more quickly:
- Eliminate all dairy products.
- Eliminate all alcohol.
- Eliminate all grains (bread, rice, pasta, etc.).
- Boost your Vitamin C (with bioflavanoids) intake when you initially feel something coming on.
- Boost your intake of Zinc.
- Increase water consumption (even more than normal!).
- Eat less food as this will give your body a much needed rest from digestion and give it a chance to concentrate on fighting off potential invaders.
- Add herbs like Echinacea, Goldenseal and Grapefruit Seed Extract to your supplemental regime.
- Get more rest than normal. If you normally get 6 hours of sleep a night, try increasing it to 7 or 8.
- Increase the recommended supplementation above.
Saturday, December 16, 2017
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