i like selecting multiple pictures in my posts from taking taking pictures in the same location / outfit, as is truly represents ME - the ‘I pretend just to sit flawlessly like dat’, the ‘oh well all I have left is smile and look at the camera as normal people do’, and the ‘Woops you caught me without posing’. We all try to show the best ‘selves’, but the true ‘selves’ is also as good✌🏻 P.S. must be the heat in Cyprus making me so lame, and also this slogan t-shirt says it all, and yes these retro #glasses are just for cool pics only 💫 #posing#noposing#Cyprus#larnaca#holiday#summer#heat#sunny#bar#outfit#feelingood#positivevibes#tuesday#trip
21 Warning Signs Of Toxicity
If you’re experiencing the following symptoms, your body might be letting you know it’s time to detox.
Feeling tired and sluggish
Trouble focusing/ brain fog
Poor digestion (constipation, diarrhea, gas, bloating, indigestion)
Allergies and/or food sensitivities
Skin problems (acne, psoriasis, eczema)
Poor immunity (catch colds easily)
Puffy eyes or dark under eye circles
Recurrent respiratory problems
Unpleasant body odor
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Do children with comorbid autism and Lyme Disease improve with treatment?
In the above-referenced survey, parents were asked to fill out the Autism Treatment Evaluation Checklist (ATEC) before they started antibiotic therapy and after treatment. The children diagnosed with Lyme and autism who were treated with antibiotics improved scores on the ATEC. Anecdotal data also indicated that some of the children achieved previously unattained developmental milestones after antibiotic therapy began. In a different study of five male ASD children who tested positive for Lyme Disease, each child was prescribed 200 mg of amoxicillin three times per day and three of the five children were prescribed an additional 50 mg of Azithromycin once per day. All of the children’s scores on the SCERTS Assessment Process Observation (SAP-O) improved after 6 months of antibiotic therapy. The assessors also reported anecdotal data of improved speech, eye contact, sleep behaviors, and a reduction of repetitive behaviors.
While antibiotics are often used to treat a Lyme Disease infection, they are by no means the only modality available. There are herbal, homeopathic and other alternative protocols which can be tailored to fit individual needs. Unfortunately, there are no quick fixes. Different methods work for different Lyme patients – there is no one-size-fits-all approach. Recovery from Lyme takes time and patience.
However here at Poseidonia Medical Centre Larnaca we have a big experience of treating both the conditions in our hyperbaric chamber and we have seen some very good results. Would you like to receive more information please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or on 24252501 ☎️
2 часть нашего однодневного маршрута Протарас-Никосия-Ларнака-соленое озеро.
Соленое озеро расположено рядом с мечетью Хала Султан Текке. Это – одна из главных мусульманских святынь, она уникальна тем, что возведена в честь женщины.😏 Самое классное, что мечеть открыта для туристов, можно всё осмотреть.. 🕌
Само же озеро популярно тем, что тут зимуют знаменитые розовые фламинго!😋 🕊 Но летом водоем пересыхает, покрывается слоем соли, и птицы не могут там оставаться. Зато можно прогуляться по бело-розовой пустыне 🏜🌞🌙
Листаем, смотрим, ставим 💓
It’s not easy. If it was easy, there’d be no Kerry Washington. If it was easy, there’d be no Taraji Henson. P. Henson. If it were easy, there’d be no Octavia Spencer. But not only that, if it were easy, there’d be no Viola Davis.
If it were easy, there’d be no Michael T Williamson. No Stephen McKinley Henderson. No Russell Hornsby.
If it were easy, there’d be no Denzel Washington.
So, keep working. Keep striving. Never give up. Fall down seven times, get up eight. Ease is a greater threat to progress than hardship. Ease is a greater threat to progress than hardship. So, keep moving, keep growing, keep learning. See you at work.