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Take a break: procrastination found to bolster productivity
While the act of procrastination is viewed by many as something highly unacceptable, a trait of the lazy and easily-bored in society, research shows that it may actually lead to increased productivity.
Professor and procrastination expert Piers Steel, Ph.D, gathered 24 participants and divided them in two groups in an effort to assess whether delaying tasks helped or hindered their completion.
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Like all good ideas, the premise is simple.
Pain does not occur at the point of pain - but in the connective tissue attached to the articulation where the pain is felt, which, in the absence of any structural or skeletal underlying issue, can be alleviated or reduced by rebalancing and or strengthening the muscles nearest to that joint in pain.
I always reasearch and try things out before I refer them and over the past few months, I have personally, experimented with some of this author's suggestions regarding various types of knee and other pain - it makes sense and really has made a difference.
This site is all about helping you to help yourself, by posting a wide range of information up that, hopefully, you can use in everyday life.
And this is just one of those books that come around from time to time that will make a difference - because it works.
It is also attractive to me because it intelligently and articulately analyses conventional diagnosis, prognosis and therefore, treatment of these normal aches and pains that affect almost everybody I know - by throwing surgery or painkillers at the problem, or both.
Just another prostrate cancer diagnosis.
Followed by the usual 2 years of life changing procedures, which ravaged his immune system.
Just a month ago the cancer spread to his pelvis, which required a replacement hip.
Whilst recovering from the operation, infection set in, from which he never recovered.