A clean nest means a healthy life

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Going through the change of season always seems to create an atmosphere that a lot of people get sick with either a cold or the flu.

It is not surprising that some people get sick. And it has nothing to do with the weather. It has a little to do with their family, friends and streamates colleagues who are sick, but mostly how clean their house is.

This might seem a little strange, but realistically, if your house is clean, the nasty little critters will have no where to live, and you will not get sick. I am not talking about your physical house or livejasmin home, but rather your body. Many refer to the human body as the 'house'. It is the place where you live all of the time, even when you are away from home. Most people confuse their body as them, but it is merely a vessel to carry 'you' around.

If you get sick, your jasminlive body is polluted and needs to be cleaned, to remove the rubbish and dirt where the germs, viruses and bacteria love to breed.

Have you ever noticed that when there is excess garbage and rubbish lying about with old food scraps and infestations of slop, the cockroaches and rats come out and seem to be in plague proportions ? Ever noticed that when you clean up the rubbish and remove the Jasminelive habitat that breeds parasites and vermin that the cockroaches, vermin and pests all go with it ? This is exactly how the body works. If you remove the rubbish and 'breeding ground' for pests and viruses, then they have no where to live and multiply.

Everyone has germs, pests, bacteria and viruses in and around them all of the time, but it is when the environment is right for their exponential multiplication and spreading is when people get sick. Although this revelation may seem common sense to some, it is important to understand what a clean house is, and how we achieve a clean house.

Most 'normal' people are well aware of hygienic principles, and generally abide by them for their home, but often fail to apply it to their body (house).

Preparation and handling of food: It is important to wash your hands before handling food - the same applies to removing any chemical sprays and insecticides. Removing the dangerous chemicals on the surface of fruits and vegetable before they enter the house (your body).

Picking up the rubbish. In the home we clean up our mess as it occurs. In the body, we need to remove the rubbish / chemical and poison deposits from medicines, harsh synthetic supplements etc.

Sweeping and mopping the floor. IN the home we all love a clean and dust free floor. The body is no different with left over 'dirt' and 'grime' and 'fats' from the junk food previously consumed. In order to 'sweep the floor', a decent detoxification is needed. Easy detox diets are good if there is not much dirt, however serious detox diets may need to be considered if there is a lot of thick plaque and grime build up from excessive abuse over time.

Wiping down the benches in the home is usually a nightly ritual, especially in the kitchen. Some sort of cleaning agent is used to remove the grime and food deposits left lying around. The body also needs a good wipe down every now and again. Lemon and citrus fruits are great for the internal 'wipedown' to help clean up and polish the internal walls and tubes.

Airing out the home is great for removing unwanted odors and the build up of toxins and chemicals from our man made and synthetic furnishings and furniture. It also helps 're-electrify' and energize the air, bringing life back into the home. In order to 'air out' or flush out the body regularly, water is the perfect candidate. If we constantly drink sugar drinks, coffee or teas without enough water, we are not flushing out the system. Ever watch a spill of sugar soda or coffee evaporate on the bench ? It leaves a stain. Water on the other hand does not leave a stain, because it is pure. Apply this to the inside of your body. Water is there to flush and clean, re-energize and purify.

Applying all of these principles to your general health and living, will ensure your body is a healthy house.

Big family? More work when it comes to house cleaning

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Those of us with families know it's a never ending job: how in the world are we expected to keep our house clean with a million things going on at once? Whether you are shuttling the kids to school, balancing your own career, making dinner, feeding the dog, or simply trying to find a few minutes for yourself, there isn't a lot of time left in the day to keep your house clean. This article will outline a few simple checklists for each room in your house. You can clean each room in less than 10 minutes! Honest!

Let's start in the kitchen. The most important thing to remember is that if you begin with a clean kitchen, there should be only a few maintenance tasks to do each day. The sink is a big one. Be sure to clean out the sink and rinse it well. This means no dishes left in there! All dirty dishes should be in the dishwasher and the countertops should be clear enough for you to wipe them down as well. Wipe the stove top and clean up any spills on the floor. Ensure the dish towels are folded or hung to dry and you're done!

Next, let's move on to the bathroom. If you share a bathroom with anyone, you know what a nightmare this can be. Take the time to wipe out the sink, clear spots off the mirror, wipe the toilet seat, quickly scrub the bowl, and spray the shower curtain each day. This way the grime won't build up and become unbearable to remove.

Next, we'll hit the bedroom. The tasks in this room to help keep your house clean usually require more sorting than actual cleaning. Fold your clothes or put them in the laundry hamper. Make sure all jewelry is put away where it belongs. Make the bed! This simple step can work wonders on a messy bedroom! Ensure the surface of your night tand table is clear of clutter and neatly organized. This may mean stacking your night reading books or putting glasses and mugs in the dishwasher.

Lastly, we will keep our house clean with a little tidying of the living room. Fluff sofa pillows, fold any blankets or throws across the back of the sofa. If you don't want to invest time in a whole room vacuum, grab the handheld and pick up crumbs that are visible on the sofa or rugs. Spot clean fingerprints and stains while straightening magazines and books on the coffee table. Major clutter should be picked up and put out of sight as well. Organized video games and movies so that they don't end up under your feet!

In this way, you can see it's easy to keep your house clean with as little as ten minutes in each room. Take the time to do this every day and the jobs won't build up or become overwhelming.

Clean your house and your mind

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When most people think about mental health, they immediately think about depression, stress and anxiety. People will also think about how the causes of poor mental health, such as someone living in poor conditions, someone living in an abusive situation or someone who is suffering an addiction. There are many things in life that can contribute to poor mental health and there are just as many things a person can do to improve their mental health. Past traumatic events, stress, work, family and the overall lifestyle that someone has can all lead to a decline in someone's mental health.

Many have heard that maintaining one's physical health can go a long way in helping to maintain a person's mental health, because they go hand in hand with each other. Others will tell you that eating well, getting enough sleep, having some confidence and respect for one's self and having enough time set aside for one's self are all things that a person can do in order to improve and maintain their good mental health. There is, however, one other thing that appears to help with improving a person's mental health, or at least their mood. Apparently, most people tend to feel better after giving their living space a thorough cleaning.

Taking the time to clean the home from top to bottom is like cleaning one's life. The dirt, dust and clutter are done away with and the house has a fresher, more comfortable atmosphere that the person can feel happier and more relaxed in. In fact, some therapists might even suggest cleaning the house as a good way to take one's mind off of something they tend to fixate on and to improve the look and feel of the home. The state of the house has a significant impact on a person's mental health, as does cleaning; such an impact, in fact, that many people who are agitated, annoyed or frustrated can use cleaning as an outlet for their emotions and energy until they feel better. In most cases, this can be quite effective. Of course, if one finds that they are cleaning nearly everyday to vent frustrations or trying to improve their mood, it might also be a good idea to consult a therapist. Online therapists are always available for inquiries about how one can improve their mental health in other ways besides cleaning their home.

Anyone who finds that they are suffering from an overall decline in their mental health, such as a loss of confidence, a loss of concentration, depression and so on, should seriously consider contacting an online therapist. The online therapist can help work with the patient to find out why they might be feeling down, they can then suggest what the patient could do in order to improve their mental health. Life is meant to be enjoyed and someone who is not happy and has a bleak outlook on life can't fully enjoy life. Seeking advice and help from an online therapist can go a long way in improving a person's mental health.