Tinnitus is a ringing, clicking, buzzing, whistling or roaring sound within your ear. Tinnitus itself is not a medical condition, but a symptom of various potential medical conditions. Tinnitus can become worse as you age and can be a great distraction from everyday tasks and life.
Tinnitus can have more than one cause. The following are a few, but not all, possible causes of the constant ringing in your eyes;
If you have ever experienced or struggled with back pain, you will know that it can have quite the debilitating effect on your daily life. Small and easy tasks you never paid mind to before can become monumental and undoable.
Back pain can be grouped into two categories, acute back pain or chronic back pain (neuropathic back pain, a condition where your brain continues to send signals that cause pain in the back even after the physical problem has been resolved, can be grouped with chronic back pain).
Acute back pain is usually caused by a sudden injury to any part of the back. Acute back pain is usually easier to resolve and does not last as long as chronic back pain.
Once you are beautiful and you have poise and good body carriage you will definitely attract a man. Attracting a man has never been difficult for ladies. Keeping him is the problem. Unfortunately, ladies quickly blame it on men without accepting that the foundation for the breakup was laid right from the beginning by them.
For instance, what will you do when you catch him cheating? It is a big mistake to breakup. You are playing into the hands of the other woman when you do that. This is not to say it is right for guys to cheat but it is also wrong for you to breakup immediately. You can get angry, throw tantrums but if he is truly sorry, forgive him.
A good memory can make the difference in many contexts; at school, university or work. Whether we want it or not, knowing how to memorise often keeps us out of trouble. How would you feel if you could prepare for an exam in just a few days? Memorise a work report in a handful of minutes? Remember the names of everyone you meet? (and you know how much this counts for interpersonal relationships).
Wanting to grow means admitting your weaknesses.
Wanting to grow means leaving your backyard and putting your beliefs in doubt.
Wanting to grow means confronting and clashing with those who remain lower on the ladder of personal growth.
After all, thinking that personal growth is just a jumble of stupid things makes our “place on the ladder” more… comfortable. But is it possible that life is only a constant search for security and comfort? If you are not convinced either, these four factors will enable you to have a look at the panorama that you can see from the next rung up on the ladder.
For decades, the gurus of personal growth have promised to reveal the formula for happiness. But in the last few years, as well as books, both more and less serious, about the techniques and strategies for being happy, we also have scientific studies. If The University of Pennsylvania has established a degree course on happiness, The University of Edinburgh has gone further: the scholars A. Weiss and T. C. Bates, in their treatise “Happiness Is a Personal(ity) Thing”, have identified the factors that determine our happiness.
Causality means the circumstance in which someone finds him/herself powerless to foresee the occurrence or development of a phenomenon or event. To put it more simply: bad luck.
Determinism is the philosophical doctrine according to which everything that exists or happens (an event), comprised of human knowledge and actions, is determined in caUSal (not caSUal!) ways by an uninterrupted chain of events that have happened before. Basically: cause and effect.
“True leaders are ordinary people, with extraordinary determination.”
What does it really mean to be a leader? What are the essential characteristics and how can Francis Ford Coppola’s “The Godfather” teach you about leadership?
A teacher stood in front of his philosophy class and with some objects in front of him. When the class had quietened down, he took a large empty mayonnaise jar and began to fill it with golf balls.
Then he asked the students if the jar was full and they replied that it was.
The teacher then took a jar of gravel and upturned its contents into the mayonnaise jar. He shook it slowly and the little stones positioned themselves in the empty spaces between the golf balls.
Our lives are always full of distractions. Think about it, try to count how many times in one day your work or your leisure time are interrupted by the screen, TV, social networks, SMS, Whatsapp messages … Faced with our freelance commitments with deadlines looming, these deviations, distractions and time losses have a big negative impact on our actual ability to concentrate.
If all this leaves us with a lack of sleep, or a decrease in interest, staying focused on your ultimate goal can be very difficult. Fortunately for us, there are some simple techniques that can come to the rescue, small lifestyle changes that can make concentrating more easily achievable.