Brain Twister – Count the F’s in the paragraph

In the text above there are actually 10 F’s! Generally all people under count number of F’s because they fail to notice the letter ‘f’ in the word ‘of’. The words like ‘of’ are unconsciously processed by our brain because they aren’t considered important.

Those who counted,

2-4   : Ordinary (55% people are coming under this category)

5-8   : Extra ordinary (45% people)

8-10: Genius (10 % people)

Cigarettes burn holes in your pocket

Think about your family before touching me. Beware of me.


Once You Start, It’s Hard to Stop

Smoking is a hard habit to break because tobacco contains nicotine, which is highly addictive. Like heroin or other addictive drugs, the body and mind quickly become so used to the nicotine in cigarettes that a person needs to have it just to feel normal.

You’re a fool if you think smoking is cool.People start smoking for a variety of different reasons. Some think it looks cool. Others start because their family members or friends smoke. Statistics show that about 9 out of 10 tobacco user’s start before they’re 18 years old.

Smoking is like paying someone to kill you. They’re rich; you’re dead.

Everyone know the effects of smoking, so,

Dear Smoker!!
To stop smoking:


Dangerous Stroke – Preventive measures

Very dangerous disease

Stroke is a disease that affects the arteries connected to brain and it’s one of the important cause of death in humans.

When a blood vessel is blocked by a clot/burst, the oxygen supply will gets stopped in the brain, which is called as a stroke.

What are the types of stroke?
A stroke can be caused by a clot which blocks the blood supply, or it is caused by the rupturing of blood vessels. When a temporary clot happens it is called as mini stroke.

Ischemic stroke:

It occurs as a result of an obstruction within a blood vessel supplying blood to the brain.

Hemorrhagic stroke:

It occurs when a weakened blood vessel ruptures.

Heat stroke:

Heatstroke or sun stroke is a life-threatening medical condition. When the human’s body temperature gets raised up to a particular extend (temperature may reach 105 F or greater [40.5 C or greater]), will affects the body’s cooling system and leads to severe damage to the brain.

An U.S. health report states that, nearly 700 people dies each year due to heat related strokes.

What are the effects of stroke?
The brain is an extremely complex organ that controls various body functions.  If a stroke occurs and blood flow can’t reach the region that controls a particular body function that part of the body won’t work as it should.

If the strike occurs toward the back of the brain, for instance, it’s likely that some disability involving vision will result. The effects of a stroke depend primarily on the location of the obstruction and the extent of brain tissue affected.

Effects in Right Brain:
The effects of a stroke depend on several factors, including the location of the obstruction and how much brain tissue is affected. However, because one side of the brain controls the opposite side of the body, a stroke affecting one side will result in neurological complications on the side of the body it affects. For example, if the stroke occurs in the brain’s right side, the left side of the body (and the right side of the face) will be affected, which could produce any or all of the following:

  • Memory loss
  • Paralysis on the left side of the body
  • Vision problems
  • Quick, inquisitive behavioral style

Effects in Left Brain:
If the stroke occurs in the left side of the brain, the right side of the body will be affected, producing some or all of the following:

  • Paralysis on the right side of the body
  • Speech/language problems
  • Slow, cautious behavioral style
  • Memory loss

Effects in Brain Stem:
When stroke occurs in the brain stem, depending on the severity of the injury, it can affect both sides of the body and may leave someone in a ‘locked-in’ state. When a locked-in state occurs, the patient is generally unable to speak or achieve any movement below the neck.

Reasons for stroke:

  • High blood pressure (hypertension)
  • High cholesterol
  • Diabetes, and
  • Smoking

Symptoms for stroke:

  1. Weakness of the face, arm or leg, especially on one side of the body.
  2. Sudden trouble seeing in one or both eyes.
  3. The loss of voluntary movement and/or sensation may be complete or partial.
  4. Sudden, severe headache with no known cause.
  5. Sudden confusion or trouble speaking or understanding. Sometimes weakness in the muscles of the face can cause drooling.
  6. Trouble in walking, dizzy feel, loss of balance or coordination.

Precaution Measures:

Keep hydrated to avoid heat exhaustion in body.

Only take the painkiller pills after consulting a doctor.

Maintain your blood pressure at a favorable level. Reducing of blood pressure can cut down on the risk of getting stroke.

Limit your alcohol consumption.

Refraining from cigarettes can prevent you from getting stroke too easily.

Exercise frequently, because it can make way for better blood circulation. Maintain good diet for obesity.

Improve on your eating habits by incorporating more fruits and vegetables in your diet.


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Do you know your IQ Level………?

An IQ (Intelligence Quotient) is a score to determine the intelligence level of a person by conducting several standardized tests.

This IQ test uses a wide variety of methods. Tests would be of visual, verbal, some tests only use of abstract-reasoning problems and some tests concentrate on arithmetic, spatial imagery, reading, vocabulary, memory or general knowledge.

What does IQ mean?

An IQ tells you what your score is on a particular intelligence test, compared to your age-group. The test has a mean score of 100 points and a standard deviation of 15 points. What does this standard deviation mean? It means that 68 percent of the population score an IQ within the interval 85-115. And that 95 percent of the population scores within the interval 70-130.

Some examples:
What does it mean when your IQ is 100? That means that half of the population scores higher than you. The other half scores lower than you.
And what does it mean when you have an IQ of 130? That means that 97,5 percent of your age group scores lower than you. Only 2, 5 percent scores higher.

An easy way to interpret an IQ is to use the following rules:
A score that is no more than one standard deviation (=15) away from 100, can be interpreted as a normal score.
A score that is between one and two standard deviations away from 100 can be interpreted as low (70-85) or high (115-130).
A score that is more than two standard deviations away from 100, can be interpreted as very low (lower than 70) or very high (higher than 130).


Intelligence Interval Cognitive Designation

40 – 54

Severely challenged (Less than 1% of test takers)

55 – 69

Challenged (2.3% of test takers)

70 – 84

Below average

85 – 114

Average (68% of test takers)

115 – 129

Above average

130 – 144

Gifted (2.3% of test takers)

145 – 159

Genius (Less than 1% of test takers)

160 – 175

Extraordinary genius


Some Intelligent People in the world

1. William James Sidis with an IQ ranging 200 to 300

2. Engineer Philip Emeagwali with an IQ of 190

3. World Chess Champion Garry Kasparov with an IQ of 190

4. Sir Isaac Newton with an IQ of 190

5. Francois-Marie Arouet (Voltaire) with an IQ 190

6. Ludwig Wittgenstein with an IQ 190

7. Leonardo da Vinci with an IQ of 180

8. Actor James Woods with an IQ of 180

9. Buonarroti Michelangelo with an IQ of 180

10. David Hume with an IQ 180

11. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu with an IQ of 180

12. Blaise Pascal with an IQ of 171

13. Microsoft Founder Paul Allen with an IQ of 160

14. Martin Luther with an IQ of 170

15. Michael Faraday with an IQ of 170

16. Galileo Galilei with an IQ of 165

17. Albert Einstein with an IQ of 160

18. Charles Darwin with IQ of 150

19. George Washington with an IQ of 140

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Acupressure points in human palm

Our Human Palm has more than 75 acupressure points to cure the problems in our inner/outer organs of our body. Very few are shown in the above image.

Acupressure is one of the oldest treatments followed in China and India. In this treatment, the specialist will produce a pressure on the acupressure points to heal the pain. Time to hold the pressure will ranges between 30 seconds to 2 minutes.

The pressure will stimulate the mind and body by enabling an energy flow. By regulating the flow of energy we can make the organs to function efficiently. Also, by inserting a needle in the acupressure points, we can start the treatment.

Acupressure therapy cannot be used to all patients, there are certain constraints and to be done under the guidance of the acupuncture specialists.


Natural health benefits from Sun beam

The sun seems to strengthen us & lift our spirits. Medical practitioners and nutritionist recommend us to expose our face and some other easily accessible skin to sunlight for 10 minutes a day to produce vitamin D in our skin. Just 10 minutes of exposure to sunlight will give us the following health benefits:

Stabilizes blood sugar and blood pressure.

Sun rays are effective treatment for jaundice.

Makes the skin smooth with irresistible healthy glow.

The Ultraviolet rays in sunlight will naturally acts as an antiseptic which resists viruses, bacteria, moulds, yeasts, fungi, mites in surfaces of our skin.

Cures and prevents skin diseases such as boils, acne, and psoriasis.

Another important benefit is that it stimulates the appetite, improves digestion and metabolism.

It helps in balancing the hormones.

Swollen parts will get reduced in the exposure of sunlight.

By eliminating the wastes, we can ensure proper functioning of kidneys.

It helps in weight loss too.

Proper secretion of bile juice in liver.

Prevents anxiety and depression and makes the mind fresh.

A new pain killer discovered – It’s not a pill, nor a syrup.

I can reduce your pain

Yes ! the new pain killer for our body is Binocular.

A research is saying that when an injury happens anywhere in our body, seeing that injured part with inverted binoculars will makes the pain decrease in magnitude. It looks funny, but it’s medically and psychologically proven.

Seeing the wound through the wrong end of the binoculars, will make the wound to appear smaller and we can experience significant loss of pain and decreased swelling. This is due to our mind regulation. On this process, positive energy gets produced and some chemicals in brain makes the pain to get decreased.


Every parts are holded by me

The spinal cord is the body’s main nerve trunk. It is a bundle of nervous system and supportive cells that extends from the base of brain. In order to transmit electrochemical signals, there are about 13,500,000 neurons in the spinal cord. Central Nervous system is composed of spinal cord and brain.

It is around 45 cm (18 in) in men and around 43 cm (17 in) long in women. Also, the spinal cord has a varying width, ranging from 1/2 inch thick in the cervical and lumbar regions to 1/4 inch thick in the thoracic area.

The spinal cord functions primarily in the transmission of neural signals between the brain and the rest of the body but also contains neural circuits that can independently control numerous reflexes and central pattern generators.

The spinal cord has three major functions as a conduit for motor information, which travels down the spinal cord, as a conduit for sensory information in the reverse direction, and finally as a center for coordinating certain reflexes.

The spinal cord is protected by three layers of tissue, called spinal meninges that surround the canal. The dura meter is the outermost layer, and it forms a tough protective coating. Between the dura mater and the surrounding bone of the vertebrae is a space called the epidural space. The epidural space is filled with adipose tissue and it contains a network of blood vessels. The archnoids materis the middle protective layer.

The human spinal cord is divided into 31 different segments. At every segment, right and left pairs of spinal nerves (mixed; sensory and motor) form.

The spinal cord is supplied with blood by three arteries that run along its length starting in the brain, and many arteries that approach it through the sides of the spinal column. Connecting with the cord are 31 pairs of these spinal nerves, which feed sensory impulses into the spinal cord, which in turn relays them to the brain.

A baby can lose about half of their nerve cells before they are born.

The spinal cord can actually work independently of the brain, sending out responses to the muscles directly.The spinal fluid in it acts as a cushion to protect the cord from damage.


Bypass your bypass surgery

I will keep your heart healthy


Two things are full of benefits for the human being, lukewarm water and pomegranate. Pomegranate is a seasonal fruit in Pakistan so I tried an experiment with dried pomegranate seeds, prepared a decoction boiling the fistful of dried seeds in half litre of water for 10 minutes, squeezed the seeds, strained the decoction and advised those patients suffering from painful angina to use a glass of lukewarm decoction on an empty stomach in the morning, amazing result was observed, the decoction of dried pomegranate seeds worked like a magic, the feelings of tightness and heaviness of chest and the pain had gone, it encouraged me to try more experiments on all types of cardiac patients .

I also tried other experiments on patients who were suffering from painful angina, coronary arterial blockage, cardiac ischemia (insufficient blood flow to the heart muscle) etc, waiting for a bypass surgery, the same lukewarm decoction was used empty stomach in the morning, the patients experienced quick relief in all symptoms including painful condition.

In another case of coronary arterial blockage the patient started using half glass of fresh pomegranate juice everyday for one year, although all symptoms were completely relieved within a week but he continued taking it for a whole year, it completely reversed the plaque build-up and unblocked his arteries to normal.

The angiography report confirmed the evidence, thus decoction of dried pomegranate seeds, fresh pomegranate juice or eating a whole pomegranate on empty stomach in the morning proved to be a miracle cure for cardiac patients, but the lukewarm dried seeds decoction proved to be more effective compared to eating a whole pomegranate or fresh pomegranate juice, use of pomegranate in any way has demonstrated even more dramatic effects as blood thinner, pain killing properties for cardiac patients, lowers LDL (low-density lipoprotein or bad cholesterol) and raises the HDL (high-density lipoprotein or good cholesterol).

There are more than 50 different types of heart diseases the most common being coronary artery disease (CAD), which is the number one killer of both women and men in some countries, and there has been no medicinal cure for this disease, many cardiac patients have reversed their heart diseases on my advice using one glass of lukewarm decoction of pomegranate dried seeds, half glass of fresh pomegranate juice or eating a whole pomegranate on empty stomach in the morning.

It was the very first real breakthrough in the history of cardiology to successfully treat the cardiac diseases by a fruit, The more super foods to obtain the even faster results for cardiac patients which are most promising curative and protective agents like fresh raisins, quince, guava, prunes (dried plums), natural vinegar, mixture of grape fruit juice and honey in the morning (empty stomach), basil leaves, chicory leaves, powder of oregano leaves and rock salt in equal quantity (in case the patient is not hypertensive) and sesame oil as cooking oil for cardiac patients.

It is regretted to say that treating the heart patients and bypass surgery has become far more profitable business around the world which has failed to help avert life threatening heart attacks and life time cardiac complications resulting in almost paralyzed life. A regular use of pomegranate in any way ensures a healthy cardiac life, thinning your blood, dissolving the blood clots and obstruction inside the coronary arteries, maintains an optimal blood flow, supports a healthy blood pressure, prevents and reverses atherosclerosis. (Thickening of the internal lining of the blood vessels) from whatever I experienced and observed in last several years, I can say:

“A pomegranate a day keeps the cardiologist away” you can try and see the wonder.

Slow Poisons – What the pain killer does..?

I am a slow poison

How do we feel the pain?

When a cell or tissue in our body gets hurt, it releases a chemical named “Prostaglandins”. Human body has numerous nerve endings in their skin and tissues. The chemical produced in the tissues during hurt is very sensitive to our nerve ending and then it sends a signal to the central nervous system especially brain and spinal cord. Some of the “Prostaglandins” in our body causes inflammation and fever. Pain is an important feel in our body, because it gives an alert for the brain i.e., when some problems occurred to the particular part of our body, it says to take some necessary action to that particular part.

How do pain killers kill the pain?

Pain killers just blocks the pain receptors in the brain and stops receiving pain signals to the brain.

The tablets we in took doesn’t knows which part of our body gets hurt, it just stops the signals coming to the brain. So, it usually makes the proteins in the outer surface of brain  not to receive any kind of signals.

Pain killers are also called as analgesics. Some of the analgesics are milder which doesn’t causes drowsiness or sedation.

Side effects of pain killer pills

Effects on Low doses:

Drowsiness & Dizziness.

Impaired concentration.

Nausea and slowed breathing.

Droopy eyelids.

Effects on large doses:

Pupils will get shrunken.

The skin is cold, moist, and bluish.

Breathing may slow to a complete stop.

Reduces Platelets count and lead to death.


Painkiller leads to a permanent relief(Death).