Thursday, May 31, 2012

Question: Do you follow your heart or your mind?

A friend of mine asked me this question.

Do you follow your heart or your mind?

I think it depends....

For me, it depends on how your approach to life is. Are you a risk taker? Or not? Choosing with your heart can hurt a lot because if it doesn't work your way, it will hurt like hell and you risk everything that you have ever worked for and have, but if it really works, you will be the happiest person alive because you are doing what you wanted the most.

On the other hand, to follow your brain, it just makes perfect sense in terms of weighing the pro and cons. If you follow this you will feel it's the "right thing to do" but deep inside you will feel like something's missing. The "what if" question....

I am not a risk taker especially when it comes to the matter of the heart. I can't take it.. I know I can't handle the pain if it doesn't go my way or what I expected. But at times I always wondered how my life would turn out if I followed my heart instead?

Sometimes your heart may choose what you really want deep inside and be happy but it can always lead you into trouble but your brain will protects and choose what's best for u but not necessarily makes u happy.

Which one whould you choose? Your heart or your head?

Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Sponsored Video -Be clear on cancer: lung cancer (women)

They said prevention is better than cure. If you have been coughing non-stop for a while now, maybe its just not your regular "sick" days, it might be more than that.

What are the symptoms of lung cancer? If you have been coughing for the past three weeks or more, you need to see a doctor straight away.

Some of the other symptoms of lung cancer include:

• A cough that has got worse or changes
• Repeated chest infections
• Coughing up blood
• Breathlessness
• Feeling more tired than usual for some time
• Losing weight for no obvious reason
• An ache or pain in your chest or shoulder that has lasted some time

You can find your doctor’s contact details by using the search box on the right. How important is it to see my doctor?

If you notice any of the symptoms above, tell your doctor right away. Detecting lung cancer early makes it easier to treat, so seeing your doctor quickly may save your life. It’s probably nothing serious but it could also be a sign of something that needs treatment. And if you know anyone who has any of these symptoms, insist they see their doctor. What should I expect when I see my doctor? Your doctor will ask you a few questions and may suggest a chest x-ray. This is standard procedure and nothing to worry about. It doesn’t require an overnight hospital stay.

Your doctor might ask you some of these questions:

• How long have you had a cough? Has it changed over time?
• Have you coughed up blood?
• Have you had any chest infections recently?
• Have you been short of breath? For how long? Has it changed over time?
• Have you lost any weight?
• Have you had a pain in your chest or shoulder? Has it changed over time?

If you are unsure, please do not "google" the answers and make a self diagnostic conclusion! Check with your doctor! There is a reason that they are called DOCTOR and you are not! Think about your love ones!