Friday, 12 August 2016

The English actress who is a Nigerian film star in Nollywood

OYINBO PRINCESS!!!

What a wonder! Learning language as an adult has completely been proven very possible without a doubt. A British woman has completely gone deep rooted in the Nigerian Pigeon English. She is so fluent in it that she is now a Nollywood star!

Commending her greet work in the embedded clip, I felt to share it to you all Nollywood lovers.

Source: BBC News

Thursday, 11 August 2016

Managing weight ia as important as loosing weight.

Hi All

The world has recently grown into a twist of "healthy eating and weight lose". However, lots of different ideas have been evolving the system. The question here is, how achievable is this?
Weight loss is not an issue to starve, or to live a boring life. It is a "get up" and get your life back. Hence managing the weight gives you a whole new focus.

The cons of weight management makes me think it's therapeutic. This can be achieved in various; for instance Zomba, swimming, daily walks and mostly keeping tab of your intakes; eating what your body needs and more filling meals in small portion and often.

The idea of weight loss and managing weigh is not strictly for the good looks, it helps promote healthier lifestyle and prevents of most of the chronic health conditions. Relaxing regularly is a good therapy to build resilience towards craves and unnecessary urges to snack.

This may not be easy, a lot of hard work is required, but the three main things to help with weight loss and management are:

Building your metabolism; early breakfast and early dinners

Understanding food components; check the label, more fiber and and less carb.

Avoiding temptation; excessive snacking

Lets keep it going.


                                                                                                  

Tuesday, 9 August 2016

Human brain goes downhill with excessive Hours at work after 40 years

Poor cognitive level has been identified to be a major issue with people over 40 years than those under 40 years old. A health. According to The Guardian, "While some work is good for your brain, doing more than 60 hours a week into your 40's is worse than doing nothing, according to a recent survey".

This survey may vary depending on the type of job you do. Most people over 40 who work 3 days a week may find it easier and lighter to use their brain than those who work full time and excessive hours.

Jobs such as care and caring for others may be an easier way to go downhills.

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Monday, 8 August 2016

How stress can affect the unborn child: Pregnant women should be protective of their foetus

Being pregnant can be a thing of joy when you are ready for it. Whether married, in partnership, in a relationship, single or cohabiting, expecting a baby can add pressure to the relationship. How you handle this pressure would determine how the stress would affect you and the baby you are carrying.

Research has shown that a pregnant mother's stress can affect a foetus as early as 17 weeks old. This may sound stale, but how is this being put into consideration in relationships? The decision of making babies must be jointly don that way the couple are ready of the challenges when it comes. There would be no reason to back out and leave one party to carry on the responsibility.

The future and health of the baby would determine the structure of your family; compromising their health that early would mean compromising your family's joy and happiness. This is simple; a healthy mother produces a healthy child and health household.

Stress in pregnancy could lead to accumulated poor health conditions such as insufficient child development; hearing loss, cognitive impairment, delayed speech and more. Therefore this explain the connection between a mum and her foetus.

From my point of view, planning pregnancies could be a step closer to prevent early trauma in a child.

Let's say "NO" to trauma in early pregnancy and in pregnancy as a whole.

 

Sunday, 7 August 2016

Poverty and being poor; the foundation of poor well-being: Teenage Mother Sells 18-Month-Old Baby For N300,000

An 18 yeas old girl, Ezinne Okike has being put in police custody in Enugu State Nigeria with er best friend and collaborator, for allegedly selling her 18 months old daughter for N300,000.00. As stated by New Telegraph Online, Ezinne had taken the baby to Okigwe where she sold and got paid for the sale.

The question remains, what could lead to this level of desperation in a young person? Where are her family to support?

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Trafficked to Turin: Nigerian women forced to work as prostitutes in Italy

Thousand's of Nigerian Women a trafficked to Italy every year on a promise for a better life only to find themselves trapped in sex trade, a life full of violence, fear, and danger. Below is a story by a former victim of sex trade (Princess); in a small town called Turin in Italy. 

The Guardian reveals how Princess, a 42-year-old mother of four from Nigeria’s southern Akwa Ibom state, has spent the last 17 years working for Progetto Integrazione Accoglienza Migranti (PIAM), a migrant rights and anti-trafficking organisation in the city, got lured to Italy in 1999 and how she survived the torture.
“We saw people come back from Europe rich and they would tell us that we could also have this life,” she says. “In Nigeria there was nothing. I wanted more for my children. This woman said I could pay back the cost of my travel when I started earning. I believed her.”

Read More: The Guardian