Humble Beauty

Humble Beauty

Become a subscriber to Rock Your Life 365, click here HUMBLE BEAUTY humble beauty what would you do if one minute you were in conversation, and the next you collapsed. it can happen anytime, to anyone..... life changes that quickly. even for someone who is gorgeous and has it all. "I was hemorrhaging so much that my brain had been pushed into the front of my face" it's exactly what happened to sharon stone 14 years ago. she suffered an aneurysm & a stroke which left her unable to read, stuttering and forgetting her lines on set. she lost her marriage, son and career. very humbling. it's taken her over 13 years to get her life back, and she's recently begun talking about it. if your life were to crumble today, what would you do? how do you think you would handle a great physical or emotional loss? Comments? Please leave them below - thanks! Sharon Stone IMDB Trivia Entered Pennsylvania's Edinboro University at age 15 As a teenager worked...
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Boost your Brain, Feed your Heart

Boost your Brain, Feed your Heart I do all I can to keep myself in a healthy zone, especially after being with my mother while she had one of her first strokes.  After her stroke, my mother was very disoriented and had slurred speech, as if she were drunk.  On her first few strokes, this state would last for a few days, and then she would come around, losing more memory each time, until she eventually succumbed to vascular dementia. If you are susceptible to the risk of stroke, you may be interested to know there is a tie in to improving your brain power.  Studies have shown cognitive skills, as well as nutrition and exercise, help put you in a better position to ward off a stroke.  You can't change your genetics, but you can make Lifestyle changes to improve your risk factors. Try a few simple cognitive tasks that will help your 'noggin' to keep functioning: crosswords, puzzles, search and finds are...
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Who will survive….. M or F?

Who will survive..... M or F? We all know men and women are built differently.  How do our respective genders fare heart wise?  Let's take a look....... Women generally don't become a higher risk for a heart attack until after menopause Men's highest risk is between the age of 50 & 65 Women are more likely to experience pain in the upper back during a heart attack Men tend to experience chest pain 42% of women who have heart attacks die within 1 year 24% of men who have heart attacks die within 1 year Diabetes doubles the risk of a second heart attack in women but not in men Plaque is evenly distributed in a woman's artery walls, misinterpreting 'normal', making it harder to diagnose Plaque clumps in a man's artery walls, making it easier to spot and diagnose Stroke accounts for more deaths among women than men - 11% vs 8.4%  Fit Tip: Don't become a statistic!  Get regular checkups and if you are at risk, alter...
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