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Six Amazing fact of Dreams

Posted Date :   05 July 2020 01:04:22 AM  



1) Within 5 minutes of walking half of your dream is forgotten. Within 10, 90% is gone.

2) People who became blind after birth can see images in their dreams. People who
are born blind do not see any visuals, but have dreams equally vivid involving their
other senses of sound, smell, touch and emotion.

3) Every human being dreams (except in cases of extreme psychological disorder). If
you think you are not dreaming – you just forget your dreams.

4) If you dream about some particular subject it is not often that the dream is about
that. Dreams speak in a deeply symbolic language. Whatever symbol your dream
picks on it is most unlikely to be a symbol for itself.

5) The most common emotions experienced in dreams is anxiety. Negative emotions
are more common than positive ones.

6) On average you can dream anywhere from one or two hours every night.

 


Types of Diabetes

Posted Date :   04 July 2020 01:38:44 AM  




1) There are at least three types of diabetes: type 1, type 2, and gestational diabetes.

2) Type 1 diabetes, previously known as juvenile diabetes, accounts for about 5 to 10
percent of diabetics and is a chronic condition in which the pancreas produces little or no
insulin, a hormone needed to allow sugar (glucose) to enter cells and produce energy.

3) Type 2 diabetes, previously known as adult onset diabetes, accounts for about 90 to
95 percent of diabetics and occurs when the body either becomes resistant to insulin or
doesn’t produce enough insulin to maintain glucose levels.

4) Pregnant women may develop gestational diabetes, which can be harmful to both
mother and child. Gestational diabetes tends to clear up greatly or improve after birth.

5) The World Health Organization (WHO) has designated type 2 diabetes as an
emerging global epidemic that can be traced to rapid increases in weight, obesity, and
physical inactivity.

6) A Harvard study showed that eating one serving of oatmeal five or six times a week
was linked to a 39 percent reduction in risk of type 2 diabetes.

How to control Cholestrol

Posted Date :   04 July 2020 01:34:15 AM  



1) Increase the amount and variety of fresh fruit, vegetables and wholegrain foods you
have each day.

2) Choose low or reduced-fat milk, yoghurt and other dairy products or have ‘added
calcium’ soy drinks.

3) Choose lean meat (meat trimmed of fat or labelled as ‘heart smart’).

4) Limit fatty meats, including sausages and salami, and choose leaner sandwich meats
like turkey breast or cooked lean chicken.

5) Have fish (fresh or canned) at least twice a week.
 
6) Replace butter and dairy blends with polyunsaturated margarines.

5 Amazing fact of Cockatoos

Posted Date :   04 July 2020 01:30:56 AM  



1) Sulphur-crested Cockatoos are found in a variety of timbered habitats and are common
around human settlements. The birds stay in the same area all year round.

2) One of Australia's most popular and iconic birds, the Sulphur-crested Cockatoo, has
been known to live up to eighty years of age in captivity.

3) The word ‘cockatoo’ has its origins in Malay and means ‘vice’ or ‘grip’ because of their
incredibly strong beak.

4) Australia’s commonest and most widespread cockatoo is the Galah.

5) Cockatoos are a family of large, long-lived and very noisy parrots with moveable crests.
Australia is home to 14 species with others also found in Papua New Guinea, Indonesia,
the Solomon Islands and the Philippines.

4 Amazing fact of Lovebirds parrot

Posted Date :   04 July 2020 01:28:17 AM  


 

1) These monogamous birds reach sexual maturity when they're about ten months
old. Mating begins with courtship behavior, and can continue throughout their roughly
15-year lifespans. Monogamy is essential to the social stability of flocks and underlies
much of their social behavior.

2) The nine species classified as lovebirds come all from the genus Agapornis. Most
lovebirds have a green body and sport different head feather coloration. Their closest
relatives are hanging parrots, found in Asia. 

3) Lovebirds are native to the forests and savannas of Sub-Saharan Africa and
Madagascar. Fossils of ancient lovebird species have been unearthed in South Africa,
dating to as far back as 1.9 million years ago.

4) Lovebirds survive on a healthy diet of seeds, berries, fruit, and occassionally insect
larva in the wild. In Africa, they're also known as crafty crop pests, as they feast on
millet and maize farms.