Wednesday, March 21, 2018

Want To Stop Snoring & Live Better..? Here's Something!

                                 Easy and Simple Ways of Reducing/Stopping Sleep Apnea

Sleep apnea is a medical condition that impairs breathing during sleep, causing sleepiness and other health complications. An apnea episode involves a cessation of airflow for 10 to 20 seconds can occur hundreds of times per night. Thankfully, there are several lifestyle changes that can reduce or eliminate your sleep apnea.

Quitting smoking can often relieve breathing issues associated with obstructive sleep apnea, since smoking increases respiratory inflammation and fluid retention in your airway. Your doctor can suggest programs and products to help you quit smoking. Additionally, avoiding alcohol, sedatives, and sleeping pills can also alleviate sleep apnea, as these substances relax respiratory muscles and can impair breathing, especially when taken before sleeping.

Losing weight and exercising are also helpful ways of reducing your sleep apnea. Especially if you are overweight or obese, weight loss can dramatically improve breathing issues and lessen your risk of other health concerns. Losing excess weight can reduce extra throat tissue that may block airflow into the lungs during sleep. Similarly, increased physical activity is also important to develop healthy muscle tone in the lungs and airway. Even 30 minutes of moderate activity most days of the week can alleviate sleep apnea symptoms.

Adjusting your sleeping posture can further relieve issues associated with sleep apnea. Sleeping on your back generally makes your tongue and soft palate rest against the back of your throat, blocking your airway. To ensure that you sleep on your side, try sewing a tennis ball inside a sock to the back of your pajama top. Elevating your head with a foam wedge can also reduce snoring and other breathing issues.

Finally, keeping your nasal passages open at night may also reduce sleep apnea symptoms. Saline sprays, breathing strips, neti pots, decongestants, and antihistamines can temporarily improve nasal airflow and breathing. Ultimately, these remedies can substantially improve your health and relieve sleep apnea. See your doctor to address more serious symptoms of sleep apnea and to explore other medical treatments.    

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Thursday, January 18, 2018

How To Make 2018", Your Absolute Year!

Hello and Happy New Year To You All!!!! We have been busy making it all better for you and more episodes on our broadcast channels, for you to tune into : ). We love this channel and we know it will benefit your journeys every step of the way! Leave us your feedback and let us know how it goes. Be Blessed Always,

Lex & RDDC Team-

Thursday, December 28, 2017

#How's Your Thanks.. & Giving?

Welcome to the RDDC, today we are going to have a beautiful topic in conversation on the meanings of being thankful for all that we have and all that we are to the Source of all things, which has given life and beauty to us and so also we may have the blessings to share with others.

When we have our daily lives rather it be for the good or the not so good times, it is only the right purpose in us to give thanks to the Almighty Creator who has given us such great things to be able to explore and this & these extraordinary experiences in life.

At times our lives can move so fast upon this earth of so many structures of society but have we taken the time to understand how we got here and who is responsible for all the things that come along..?

It is necessary and vital for us all to take that time within ourselves and from our daily lives to give thanks and love to all that is and has given blessings and love to us.

Many people may spend time on football games, basketball, ballet class, family/date night, holidays etc.. or just everyday events that seemingly come along.

Although we have not really truly given ourselves the dedication it takes to give our complete attention to the One & only Source of all things in the Creators creations of all life as we know it.
Our inner being is more than just a figment of our imagination or talking to an empty universe.

Our inner being is directly connected to the Source/God. It is all connected to this magnificent harmony of Glory!

The point is not to feel unworthy of receiving the energy, love, guidance & understanding that comes from the Creator but feel worthy enough to understand that we are here for more than a reason to be of any understanding.

That the love which abundantly comes with the Creator is always with us and is continually helping our journeys along the way.

God is our truest connection, love, peace and every knowledge of the spirit, heart, mind, and growth, so it is very very important at the same time to keep constantly remembering that love is a sacrifice and we are reaping the harvest of such a love. So much love that it is inconceivable to anyone of us on this planet.

We are truly never alone even when we stand in the midst of the physical world that we always see first before we reach the world.

We must be aware that we were created from the breath of life, which was given to us in order to do more than just living in a normal day. For us to know and expect us to understand that our existence is far greater & bigger than cars, houses, food, clothes & buses. The spirit of the Creator dwelling within us, around us and through us is the key to all Great things!

Giving homage and due diligence to the One and only that has given us this life, only for us to live in thrive and experience is very pertinent to our entire existence within this world.

Because we all know nothing lasts forever and we have to be ready to meet & connect with the Source when that moment arrives.

This is your host & blogger Lex, coming to you saying, give the true Thanks for everything to Source, Omega, God & the Great Spirit!

Please stay tuned for more segments and check out the podcasts as well. Stay blessed and only you :)

Lex & RDDC Team.

Saturday, November 18, 2017

Need Any Thanksgiving Hacks? Here's # 8!

We pray and hope that you enjoy your Holidays! Let us know how it goes with "Tasty's" New hack video!

Love- Lex & RDDC

Friday, November 10, 2017

Top Home Remedies for Fighting Off Cold's!

1. Drink Lots of Fluids

Good hydration helps moisturize the lining of the nose and throat, which makes mucus easier to clear. Aim to drink more fluids than usual. But be sure to avoid caffeinated or alcoholic drinks, as they can cause dehydration.

2. Use an Air Humidifier

You can also help keep nasal and throat passages moist by using an air humidifier, particularly in the winter months when heating makes the air inside your home very dry. Be sure to follow the instructions to keep it clean if you are using it infrequently.

3. Try a Neti Pot

Another way to prevent nasal dryness is with a neti pot, a nose-rinsing device found in drug and health-food stores (just make sure the device is clean and you’re using it properly to ensure that it’s safe and effective, according to the FDA). These pots are filled with a saline (salt water) solution and are inserted into one nostril while the user tilts his or her head to the side to allow the solution to flow up the nasal passage and out the other nostril.

4. Eat Chicken Soup

The adage about chicken soup being good for a cold is practically as old as the common cold itself. And there's some truth to what your grandmother has been telling you all these years. "Chicken soup is nice for the common cold because it loosens up your mucus," says Norman Edelman, MD, a professor of preventive medicine, internal medicine, and physiology and biophysics at the State University of New York at Stony Brook and a senior scientific adviser for the American Lung Association.

5. Take Echinacea

The evidence is mixed on the effects of echinacea on the common cold, but some experts say it can be helpful. "Echinacea does not prevent infection, but several studies have suggested that echinacea helps reduce the duration of upper respiratory infection symptoms," says Adriane Fugh-Berman, MD, a professor of pharmacology and physiology at Georgetown University Medical Center in Washington, DC.

6. Reach for Some Zinc Lozenges

Like echinacea, the mineral zinc gets mixed marks when being assessed for its effectiveness against the common cold. "I have not seen any evidence for prevention," says Dr. Fugh-Berman, "but there is some evidence — according to a review article published in the June 2013 issue of the Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews — that zinc in the form of lozenges can decrease the symptoms of a common cold."

7. Take Vitamin C

It's up there with chicken soup as far as legendary cold remedies go, and there may be some truth to vitamin C's being helpful. Get it as a supplement or by upping your intake of vitamin C–rich foods, like citrus, green peppers, dark leafy greens, and kiwi fruit. Several studies show that it can reduce the duration and severity of a common cold, according to research published in January 2013 in the Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews.

8. Give Your Nose a Massage

Try massaging the acupuncture point known as yingxiang, located at the lower border of the nostril. Scientific research on the effectiveness of this technique is limited, but an older, small study published in the American Journal of Rhinology did find that this type of nasal massage can provide relief from nasal congestion.

9. Gargle With Water

Research suggests that gargling with water three times a day can actually help prevent upper respiratory tract infections. So gargle away, before that common cold gets any worse.

10. Stock Your Medicine Cabinet

Not exactly a home remedy in the traditional sense, but there's no denying that over-the-counter (OTC) cold remedies — such as Tylenol (acetaminophen) or Mucinex (guaifenesin) — can provide temporary relief. The American Lung Association recommends that these medications be taken as soon as common cold symptoms arise. If you have high blood pressure, though, talk to your doctor about OTC cold medications you should avoid.

But of course, there's no substitute for eating right and getting plenty of rest to keep your immune system strong so that you're in prime shape to keep those colds at bay!

For more information on great tips, just go to "Everyday Health"! & Be blessed!

Friday, October 13, 2017

CALLING ALL PEANUT BUTTER LOVERS!! # 9 Delicious & Quick Recipes!

Who's in the mood for some creamy/crunchy peanut butter goodness?! Yeah, us too : ) Well, as always here are some of the favorites we love from "Tasty' and we hope you'll post some of the recipes you've tried or email us all about it, as you do so sweetly. Enjoy! You can check out more great recipes here too, just click : )

Lex & RDDC-

Thursday, August 31, 2017

How To Find, Your.....Why!

One of the other Greats' that have said it and says it the best, Is Mr. E.Thomas.! This will give it to us all in a better light. Enjoy!