How to Reduce Eye Wrinkles Naturally?

Have you tried the ways on how to reduce eye wrinkles naturally? If you haven’t, you may be missing on a good many ways to keep your skin looking young and fresh for long.

I will let you in on a secret that even beauty experts and celebrities use. The following are some tried and secret recipes to reduce eye wrinkles that are a cinch to make:

1. Olive oil and Honey
Olive oil and honey may seem like a heavy combination but as a facial mask, it works like magic. Olive oil is replete with numerous vitamins and minerals that can bring back the natural elasticity of the dermis. Honey, on the other hand has potent abilities to heal the dermis and bring back its lost suppleness and dewiness.

A specific brand of honey called Manuka honey has been naturally cultivated to achieve better moisturizing results. It can help revive the processes of your skin.

2. Spirits and Seeds
Not all of us know that vodka contains ingredients that can help get rid of wrinkles. Just mix about two tablespoons of good Vodka and combine it with 2 teaspoons of dark honey and one tablespoon of fennel seeds. Leave the mixture to fully incorporate for two to three days. On the third day, strain it and use the liquid as a toner to the skin around your eyes.

3. Turmeric and Sugarcane
Turmeric powder can be combined with sugarcane juice to form a loose paste. You can apply it all over the face or just the skin around your eyes to reduce wrinkles.

For an everyday treatment, use an eye cream that contains only natural ingredients. Following an all-natural skin care routine can benefit your dermis greatly because you are not putting anything harsh or any junk.

Look for Eyeliss. This ingredient is made from natural peptides, a protein beneficial to the skin. It can help improve the production of collagen and elastin resulting to a more elastic dermis.

CynergyTK should also be included in the product you are using. CynergyTK makes sure that your skin is not lax in its production of collagen and elastin. It facilitates a health regrowth of these two essential skin components.

Your eye cream should also contain safe natural essential oils like grape seed extract, jojoba oil and avocado oil. These do not only moisturize, they also correct some common skin issues like wrinkles. In addition to that, they infuse vitamins and minerals in your dermis-like a skin food.

Make sure that what you are using is also loaded with antioxidants. CoEnzyme Q10 and its nano-derivative, Nano Lipobelle HEQ10 will help reduce harmful free radicals populating even in the deepest layer of your skin.

If you can use treatments as good as these natural treatments, there is no need to consider painful, very expensive surgical treatments. I don’t know about you but I would rather benefit from a more natural and safer treatment than a surgical treatment that I am not totally sure of.

Different Types of Body Weight Exercises

There are many reasons why a person would choose to use a body weight exercise routine instead of a weight training program. This is because body weight training is more natural of a movement and also most of the exercises work some type of stabilizer muscles, and this is something that standard weight training routines just do not offer.

Now I bet you are thinking, well isn’t body weight exercises a little easy, man? I would have to answer you by saying no, you can advance through multiple levels with the right additives. This will allow you to be able to keep the same body weight form, yet still benefit from it being challenging. Let us check out one way to use a progressive overload body weight exercise routine.

Standard Beginner Body Weight Exercises

Let us begin with talking about a standard body weight routine that you can use to start getting stronger and start to pack on some muscle. This is a good area to start if you are new to lifting weights, or haven’t done strenuous exercises very much in the past.

A standard body weight routine includes the following types of exercises: standard push ups, inverted rows, pull ups (with bands if needed), handstand holds, body weight squats, and single leg Romanian dead lifts. I recommend moving up the rep range until you get to 4 sets of 10 reps before moving on until the level. Start out with 3 sets of 5 to 6 reps and see how that feels to you. If it is too easy aim for a couple more reps, but do not go to failure leave a rep or two left unperformed.

Moderate Body Weight Exercises

After completion of the standard bodyweight routine, we then move onto the moderate body weight exercises. This level is going to step up the standard body weight exercises a little bit and start putting some demands on your muscles to grow.

With the moderate routine, you are going to be mostly using the same types of exercises, except with a weighted vest. The only exceptions are for the single legged Romanian deadlifts which you should use dumbells, the handstand holds and most likely pull ups. With the weighted vest start slowly adding weight every time you workout. A lot of the weighted vest come in small pound weights of either 1 or 2 pounds. This allows you to be able to go up slowly to prevent injuries. The handstand holds will now be turned into handstand negatives. This is where you go into a handstand and then you go down to a headstand but the whole way down you are resisting with your muscles. Pull ups can just be standard pullups without the bands now, unless you need the weighted vest.

I recommend following the same rep and set set up as before. Start with 3 sets of 5 to 6 reps, at a comfortable weight when using the weighted vest. Stay on this stage for at least 2 months before moving on to the next advanced body weight phase.

Advanced Body Weight Exercises

Now we are moving onto the more advanced levels of bodyweight training. As we progress you may have noticed that we have to keep adding equipment to help us along. This is no exception here; now we have to add in a pair of Olympic Rings. The Olympic Rings add a whole new level to stabilizer muscle training around the joints that the previous two routines did not demand. Here we will do some of the same exercises, yet on the rings.

Some of the exercises include: ring push ups, inverted ring rows and ring pull ups. Handstand negatives now turn into handstand push ups. The only things that probably needs to be on a more weight based structure that uses barbells, or deadlift bars are the squats and the deadlifts. These two exercises have probably already exceeded the levels that you can go up with difficulty and in order to add enough weight you need something like the barbell or the super deadlift bar. Try to start out using the same rep scheme as the previous two times, 3 sets of 5 to 6 reps.

Concluding and Beyond

As you can see you can progress nicely with a bodyweight training routine. These types of training routines allow you to grow nicely yet still have the structure of a body weight exercise. By following this route you can hopefully save your joints with more nature of movements, yet still pack on tons of muscle mass so you can look good for the ladies. Oh and in case you want to go beyond the rings, I guess you could always put the weighted vest on that you now have and give it a go;). Now we are talking. Until next time.

Good luck,

Cory D. Cook

What Is The Paleo Diet And Is It Right For Me?

The paleo diet has received much attention in the recent years. However, there are so many diets out there today that it is hard to choose which one is right for a person. If you are struggling to find out which one will work with your own personal diet goals and expectations, this article will help address that and find out if going paleo is right for you.

What Is The Paleo Diet?

The paleo diet or as some call it “The Caveman Diet” is a very simple to follow way of life more than a diet. The lifestyle does suggest eating certain things and only these, but it is not necessarily a weight loss driven plan. The goal of the paleo diet is simply to help you live a healthier life, by utilizing only foods that would have been able to be acquired during the paleolithic era.

The overall effect, as described by many, is a more mentally alert and healthier state of being in general. Depending on your current eating habits, weight loss very well may be in the cards, so to speak, but is not the main goal. The main goal is to cut out all the extra chemicals, food coloring, food perspectives and junk that is currently being added to the most common foods of today.

Is The Paleo Diet Gluten Free?

Everything that works in the paleo diet is considered to be gluten free. There are many gluten free meals and recipes out there that are fair when following the paleo diet and some people with celiac disease find it to offer even more relief because it cuts out almost all grains. If you are looking for gluten free, this is by far the best option out there. It makes it easy to stay away from processed foods that may be gluten free and still can cause irritation to the body and bowels in particular.

What Can’t I Eat On The Paleo Diet?

There are a few different sources for what you can and what you can’t eat. The list provided below is a generally accepted “no no” list.

  • Dairy products
  • Sugary fruit juice
  • Soda and other soft drinks
  • Energy drinks
  • Grains and legumes
  • Processed meat
  • Snack food
  • Unnaturally salted food
  • Candy
  • Any food that has additives, preservatives or food coloring

When you look at the list, it seems like a lot to cut out, but in reality most of the things on this list shouldn’t be on your daily diet list in the first place.

Why Would I Want To Use The Paleo Diet?

The quick answer is that it is naturally healthy. Our bodies have not evolved to process all the chemicals that are now commonly found in food and beverages. There are many reasons that this diet makes since to people. Cutting out these foods will of course assist with weight loss. Reduced allergy symptoms is another huge benefit many find. Reducing blood pressure, depression, joint pain, cholesterol levels, diabetes and even the risk of certain cancers are other benefits many studies suggest.

What Your Doctor Never Told You About Diabetes

Also, many medical offices and almost all hospitals have a diabetes education specialist. Make it a point to include one of those as a source of information in the early days of your disease.

Even with all of this, the more you know the better, and this article is designed to help fill in some of the spaces that might have been left out by your busy doctor.

Types and Symptoms

Diabetes comes in more than one manifestation, and it’s helpful for you to know about all of them although your doctor might have dealt only with the type you have in your case.

1. Type 1 diabetes. This type generally only happens with young people. If you hear of a child with diabetes, this is the type he or she probably had. With Type 1, the body fails to produce insulin, and these patients must take insulin as long as they live.

2. Type 2 diabetes. This type usually strikes older people although we’re seeing more and more cases in younger people as a result of poor eating habits and an unhealthy life style. In Type 2 diabetes, the patient is insulin resistant. That is, the body is producing insulin, but the cells are not using it. There may also be a deficiency in the amount of insulin the body is producing.

3. Gestational diabetes. This occurs with non-diabetic pregnant women. For some reason, the blood glucose level gets too high. Often this patient will also develop type 2 diabetes some time after the baby is delivered. One of the side effects of this is very large babies. Doctors screen for gestational diabetes in their pregnant patients so it can be treated as early as possible.

Dietary Requirements
Doctors are sometimes vague about what kinds of changes must occur in a patient’s diet, especially if the doctor has a big practice and doesn’t have a lot of time to spend with any one patient. A diabetes educator can help you here. In some cases, hospital dietitians offer courses and consultation on diet. In addition, tons of publications are on the market to help you understand your disease and what you need to do, so begin reading!