Archive for the ‘Disease’ Category

The Success of Autism Rocks

February 4th, 2016
It’s not every day one of the world’s most successful rappers comes to your door with his 10 person crew. This is just what happened to Sanjay Shah one peaceful afternoon when rapper Snoop Dogg came knocking at his door. At first, Shah was a bit nervous, but then everything went very smoothly. Shah and Snoop Dogg talked about the music industry, business, and the culture of Dubai. This left Shah so inspired that he wanted to create a charity event that would host live music. He decided to create Autism Rocks. This rock festival features big names like Prince and Lenny Kravitz. Shah has already raised a large sum of money or the research of Autism.

Shah has become very well known in the world of business due to his amazing success over the years. He has been hailed as one of the leading financial masterminds in the global economy. Over the many years that he has been in the world of finance, he has learned a very direct system of investing to create the very best returns. Clients have found a great deal of success when they have invested with Shah.

Shah has also found a large amount of success in philanthropy as well. He has been able to raise money to benefit many different causes. Thousands of individuals all over the world have been benefited by the amazing philanthropic skills of Shah. The future looks very bright for Shah as he continues to find new and exciting ways to help raise money. Autism Rocks was just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the future projects that Shah has in store. Collaborations with well-known artists and celebrities will continue to help Shah spread the word about his amazing philanthropic endeavors. It will be exciting to see what Shah is up to next.

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Circadian Rhythms Determine When We are Most Vulnerable to Diseases

June 3rd, 2015

The circadian rhythms are our natural inner time keepers. The rhythms go through a complete cycle every 24 hours then starts all over again. This occurs for our entire life and it tells us things like when to go to sleep, when to wake up and when we are most vulnerable to diseases.
Stephen Murray CCMP Capital say researchers have discovered that many disease symptoms or sudden attacks occur at certain times during the day or night. For instance, an epileptic seizure is most likely to occur in the afternoon, an asthma attack is most likely to occur just before midnight and 3am and a heart attack is most likely to occur in the early morning hours.
The circadian rhythm is why we become sleepy in the afternoon and want to take a nap instead of work, it’s why we have certain times of the day when we feel more energetic than at other times. The circadian rhythm is what makes us a morning person or a night owl and it’s also responsible for determining when a sudden affliction may overtake us.
Anytime our natural circadian rhythm is interrupted by things like jet travel, night shift work, late nights on the computer or watching TV, we place ourself at an increased risk for having a heart attack, stroke or developing some other type of chronic disease.