Scientists are reporting a breakthrough therapy that lowers the risk of developing the most common and deadly chronic diseases by about 80 percent, TCY will dramatically improve the physical and mental health and longevity of the nation and slash healthcare costs.
By way of an example, according to the findings of one European study involving over 23,000 Germans, the results of the new therapy can be truly medically astonishing. According to that study. TCY resulted in:
* An average of 36 percent reduced risk of ALL cancers
* A 93 percent reduced risk of diabetes
* An 81 percent reduced risk of heart disease
How To Take Care for Yourself
People who constantly care for others with emotional and physical problems often become stressed themselves.
There is other side to it too the caregiving behavior. Signs of caregiver stress may include weight changes, problems sleeping, depression or frequent bouts of anger.
The experts offer these suggestions to help relieve caregiver stress:
Seek help from friends and loved ones, and local community caregiving resources and support groups.
Don’t be afraid to say “no” to requests that will require too much of your energy and time. Be realistic when setting your goals.
Know and accept that you cannot change everything, and recognize that there is no such thing as a perfect caregiver.
Stay organized by keeping lists, and prioritizing your responsibilities.
Maintain relationships with friends and family, and take time each week to do something that you enjoy.
Do your best to maintain a sense of humor.
Find time for daily exercise, and keep regular checkups with your doctor.
But caring for your own health makes more sense as it costs nothing but boosting your confidence with positive traits.
The potential for slashing healthcare costs becomes mouth-watering when one considers that in the United States alone obesity costs the American healthcare system more than $100 million, diabetes costs nearly $150 billion, cancer care costs more than $200 billion, and heart disease costs more than $300 billion annually.
The new therapy offers a way to slash those costs, enabling massive funds to be diverted to other projects that can further elevate our culture and quality of life.
Most importantly it will enable the ordinary citizen to enjoy life more.
TCY therapy moreover, is available to everyone completely free of charge.
TCY, otherwise known as “Taking Care of Yourself.” includes not smoking, exercising regularly, eating a healthy diet and maintaining a healthy weight.
The key to affordable healthcare is disease prevention, not treatment.
It has been proven that the cumulative protective effect of a healthy lifestyle is greater than any medicine.
A key component of this revolutionary breakthrough is eating a healthy diet.
But what exactly is a healthy diet? What things does the body truly need and what is the best way to get them? Is there any food source available that can quickly, simply and inexpensively give us a huge boost in the right direction?
The two major bad habits are covered:
Quit Tobbaco: Stop Smoking
You might have given up before, but tell yourself that you’re really going to do it this time.
Make a plan to quit smoking
Make a promise, set a date and stick to it. Don’t be put off by a wedding, party or other time when you’d normally smoke.
Change your diet
Is your after-dinner cigarette your favourite? A US study revealed that some foods, including meat, make cigarettes more satisfying. Others, including cheese, fruit and vegetables, make cigarettes taste terrible. So swap your usual steak or burger for a veggie pizza instead.
Change your drink
The same study looked at drinks. Fizzy drinks, alcohol, cola, tea and coffee all make cigarettes taste better. So when you’re out, drink more water and juice. Some people find that simply changing their drink (for example, switching from wine to a vodka and tomato juice), affects their need to reach for a cigarette.
Identify when you crave cigarettes
A craving can last five minutes. Before you give up, make a list of five-minute strategies. For example, you could leave the party for a minute, dance or go to the bar. And think about this: the combination of smoking and drinking raises your risk of mouth cancer by 38 times.
Get some quitting support
If friends or family members want to give up too, suggest to them that you give up together. Also, there are your local stop smoking services and the government sponsored programmes, search through internet and visit such places.
A review of scientific studies has proved that exercise (even a five-minute walk or stretch) cuts cravings and may help your brain to produce anti-craving chemicals.
Make non-smoking friends
When you’re at a party, stick with the non-smokers. “When you look at the smokers, don’t envy them,” says Louise, 52, an ex-smoker. “Think of what they’re doing as a bit strange – lighting a small white tube and breathing in smoke.”
Keep your hands and mouth busy
Nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) can make you twice as likely to succeed. As well as patches, there are tiny tablets, lozenges, gum and a nasal spray. If you like holding a cigarette, use an inhalator. Try putting your drink in the hand that usually holds a cigarette, or drink from a straw to keep your mouth busy.
Make a list of reasons to quit
Keep reminding yourself why you gave up. Make a list of the reasons and read it when you need support. Ex-smoker Chris, 28, says: “I used to take a picture of my baby daughter with me when I went out. If I was tempted, I’d look at that.”
Stop Alcohol: Quit Drinking Hard Drinks
Set a drinking goal
Choose a limit for how much you will drink. Make sure your limit is not more than one drink a day if you’re a woman, or two drinks a day if you’re a man. Now write your drinking goal on a piece of paper. Put it where you can see it, such as on your refrigerator or bathroom mirror.
Keep a “diary” of your drinking
To help you reach your goal, keep a “diary” of your drinking. For example, write down every time you have a drink for 1 week. Try to keep your diary for 3 or 4 weeks. This will show you how much you drink and when. You may be surprised. How different is your goal from the amount you drink now
Watch it at home
Keep a small amount or no alcohol at home. Don’t keep temptations around.
When you drink, sip your drink slowly. Take a break of one hour between drinks. Drink soda, water, or juice after a drink with alcohol. Do not drink on an empty stomach! Eat food when you are drinking.
Take a break from alcohol
Pick a day or two each week when you will not drink at all. Then, try to stop drinking for one week. Think about how you feel physically and emotionally on these days. When you succeed and feel better, you may find it easier to cut down for good.
Get set and start caring yourself with TCY therapy also known as selfcare or selfhelp therapy.