Anything that bothers your neck is a risk factor for migraines. Migraines affect you ability to think. People that have migraines, migraineurs, have bodies that are more sensitive to light, sound, smell, food, and/or stress. Stressing the neck is not a good thing. Prolonged positioning of the head in a manner that strains the neck can lead to increased migraine activity. Increasing migraines can result in further progression of the migraine syndrome. The migraine syndrome may include headaches, sinus pain, neck pain, temporomandibular joint (TMJ) syndrome, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), palpitations, vertigo, hypoglycemia, panic attacks, and even fibromyalgia.
I cannot emphasize enough the importance of good posture. If you have played in the band or orchestra, sang in a choir, or played the piano, what is the first thing you are instructed to do? Sit up straight! Sit on the edge of the chair or bench and maintain an erect posture. What is an erect posture? Erect posture is not simply straightening up and holding your head up. When a photographer takes your picture, he will tell you to do three things. “Sit up straight, bring your chin down, and smile.” He tells you all three because nobody wants to take a picture of your nose hair. If you are accustomed to slumping over, when you straighten up, your angle of your head and neck does not change much unless you make a conscious effort to change it. Your eyes are level and you think your head is level; however, it is not. Therefore, I recommend practicing in front of a mirror. Hold your head level and maintain the curve in your lower back as well as the curve, as best you can, in your neck. These curves should be pointing toward the front and not curving back.
The easiest way to sit up or stand properly is to imagine a string attached to the apex of your head and it is being pulled upward. The apex of your head is a lot more toward the back than you probably think. It is right above the top of your ear. Now stretch your string attached to the apex of your head and you will find that you will lift up approximately an inch or more. If you are walking with your head in the air like it should be, then you will not drag your feet anymore. You did not know that you were dragging your feet?
It is extremely important to the happiness of your neck to have proper posture. I will try to drive this point home. Frequently, I will ask patients to hold their arm out at 90 degrees. I ask them to leave the arm in that position until I return to the exam room in about 15 minutes. They look at me like I am crazy. They certainly would not be able to hold their arm out for 15 minutes. I will put my hand on their shoulder and tell them that their muscles will get tight and begin to cramp, and that they will not be able to hold their arm out for that long. Then I tell them that their head weighs approximately 15 pounds. When they hold it out like a Ninja turtle instead of a good military posture, it is just like holding the arm out. When they feel like slumping and holding their neck out, they need to hold their arm up and see how long it takes to cramp. They usually get the point.
I strongly encourage you to maintain erect posture for the health of your neck, back, and ultimately your thinking—yes, even your thinking!
Not able to uninstall Trend Micro Internet Security
Trend Micro Internet Security I am trying to upgrade my PC to Windows 7. The upgrade says that I need to first uninstall a program called Trend Micro Internet Security. This program came on my computer when I bought it, but I deleted the files. I tried to uninstall it, but the program kept reinstalling, so I changed the file name so it wouldn't load, then deleted the directory where the file was stored. Now I can't find the file to "uninstall" so I can upgrade. Is the Trend program still listed in my register, and if so, how do I eliminate the necessary entry?
Keys to the Problem Not able to uninstall Trend Micro Internet Security
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I must have done something wrong while creating a new Template, and now the regular numbered list button (Word 2007) changes the text into a Heading style, instead of into a regular numbered list. These Templates included numbered Heading styles and regular list numbering. I have tried everything I can think of to correct the problem, but without success. I create all the Templates used in the company I work for, and it seems the problem is now in all of my Templates, at least when I open them from my computer. I'm at my wits end. I know I can create a style to work around it, but all of the other users (engineers, not secretaries) will not know how to use it. I really need to get the numbered list back to normal. Any ideas?
Anwsers to the Problem Numbered list changes text to a Heading style
when i need colour for text when writing emails it does'nt work why £
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Connect to internet fine on home wireless. On wifi hot spots(several) can connect with no problem but cannot get on the internet. Flag shows connected but says no internet connection Iam using windows 7 starter on an acer netbook
Solutions to the Problem No internet connection on wifi hot spots
Hi Try to configure the Wireless card to work at Max. I.e., disable its Power Saving. http://www.ezlan.net/Win7/power_sav_wireless..jpg