8 thoughts on “Krill Oil Eye Health

  1. How can I manage my stress without eating and without leaving my desk?
    I have a problem with over eating while doing work because I’m stressed out about the work. I’m often doing my work late at night so getting up and going for a walk isn’t an option and I already work out 6 days a week and eat pretty healthy except for these stress binges. I need a way to manage my stress without eating. I need help please!! Thanks!

    • Stress treatments appear in section 42 at ezy build, below. A certain level of stress is unavoidable, in modern society, so it is a good idea to develop effective coping methods. Light to moderate daily exercise combats stress. For some people, it helps to visualise a quiet, relaxing scene (imagine, as vividly as you can, that you are on a tropical beach, reclining comfortably; you luxuriate, as the the sun warms you, and a gentle breeze caresses your skin lightly, inhaling the tangy, sea scented, salt laden spray from the sparkling, translucent, aqua waves, crashing on the white, coral beach sand, and feeling the hot sand slip through your fingers in one hand, sipping your favorite drink with the other; all the while, the seagulls call, swoop and cavort playfully overhead in a cloudless, azure sky: you feel just like one of them, free to soar and cartwheel, or just glide in the moist, heavy air, and that this moment will last forever … ).

      The following options are free: http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/meditat… & http://www.healthjourneys.com/free_audio.asp?f=1 & http://www.meditainment.com/free-meditation-content/ & http://www.freehypnosistreatment.com/hypnosistreatment.html Relaxation Hypnosis & http://www.meditainment.com/stress-buster/ Consumption of 4 Omega 3 fish oil supplements, daily; (certified free of mercury) it is best if consumed with an antioxidant, such as an orange, or its FRESHLY SQUEEZED juice. If vitamin E is added, it should be certified as being 100% from natural sources, or it may be synthetic: avoid it. See http://www.mercola.com “krill oil”. The supplement DHEA is thought to counter the stress hormone, Cortisol. Ginseng & Lady’s Slipper are recommended herbal remedies: see section 55, at ezy build, below. Practice daily, of one of the relaxation techniques in sections 11*, 2, 2c, or 2i; whichever works best for you, but the mindfulness breathing for 15 – 20 mns is ideal, although the progressive muscle relaxation can be learned quickly, and takes only several minutes, if pressed for time. Also: http://www.mindtools.com/stress/Relaxati… & http://relaxationemporium.com/ & http://www.bbc.co.uk/health/conditions/m… & http://tinyurl.com/29so4u & at http://www.lessons4living.com/ there is an audio demonstration. At http://www.amazon.com/ there are: “sounds of the ocean”, & “ambient rain sound”, & “mountain river sounds” via the searchbar.

      You could repeat: “I feel calm” and/or “I can handle this.” , or employ the EFT version for use in public, for which you can reasonably claim that you have a headache, as you massage/tap your temples, but it may be advisable to restrict yourself to subvocalising (saying it to yourself, in your mind, not aloud). Section 53, and pages 2, 2.q and 2.o refer. “Even though I sometimes suffer from stress, I deeply and completely accept myself”. A variant of EMDR: Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing therapy, which has been used successfully for those people suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, insomnia, and anxiety, is shown in section 42, on page i, at http://www.ezy-build.net.nz/~shaneris I have found that the 2 – 3 minutes spent using the EMDR markedly reduces distractions to the relaxation process, and is well worthwhile. Options: A massage (at least neck and shoulders) with jasmine, lavender, juniper, and/or bergamot, or German chamomile essential oils added to the massage oil, and to a warm bath, preferably beforehand, to help make any tension knots and muscles more pliant (others may only want, say, a sandalwood & juniper, mix; check first). I am informed that strong heat, applied to essential oils can damage them, so don’t use a diffuser. Also consider anise, basil, bay, eucalyptus, peppermint, rose, or thyme, putting some pieces of rock salt in a small vial, then add a few drops of the oil of your choice (the rock salt absorbs the oil and is less risky to carry around than a bottle of oil) opening the vial and breathing in the scent whenever you need a quick stress release.

  2. how do people deal with stress?
    i can’t deal with stress or pressure.
    the second i have to do more than one thing or it’s difficult i freak out and begin crying. i can’t help it. how do people cope with stress?

    • Stress treatments appear in section 42 at ezy build, below. A certain level of stress is unavoidable, in modern society, so it is a good idea to develop effective coping methods. Light to moderate daily exercise combats stress. For some people, it helps to visualise a quiet, relaxing scene (imagine, as vividly as you can, that you are on a tropical beach, reclining comfortably; you luxuriate, as the the sun warms you, and a gentle breeze caresses your skin lightly, inhaling the tangy, sea scented, salt laden spray from the sparkling, translucent, aqua waves, crashing on the white, coral beach sand, and feeling the hot sand slip through your fingers in one hand, sipping your favorite drink with the other; all the while, the seagulls call, swoop and cavort playfully overhead in a cloudless, azure sky: you feel just like one of them, free to soar and cartwheel, or just glide in the moist, heavy air, and that this moment will last forever … ).

      Go to: http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/meditat… & http://www.healthjourneys.com/free_audio.asp?f=1 & http://www.meditainment.com/free-meditation-content/ & http://www.freehypnosistreatment.com/hypnosistreatment.html Relaxation Hypnosis & http://www.meditainment.com/stress-buster/ which are all free. Consumption of 4 Omega 3 fish oil supplements, daily; (certified free of mercury) it is best if consumed with an antioxidant, such as an orange, or its FRESHLY SQUEEZED juice. If vitamin E is added, it should be certified as being 100% from natural sources, or it may be synthetic: avoid it. See: Mercola.com SEARCHBAR: “krill oil”. The supplement DHEA is thought to counter the stress hormone, Cortisol. Ginseng & Lady’s Slipper are recommended herbal remedies: see section 55, at ezy build, below. Practice daily, of one of the relaxation techniques in section 11; whichever works best for you, but the mindfulness breathing for 15 – 20 mns is ideal, although the progressive muscle relaxation can be learned quickly, and takes only several minutes, if pressed for time. Also: http://www.mindtools.com/stress/Relaxati… & http://relaxationemporium.com/ & http://www.bbc.co.uk/health/conditions/m… & http://tinyurl.com/29so4u & at http://www.lessons4living.com/ there is an audio demonstration. At http://www.amazon.com/ there are: “sounds of the ocean”, & “ambient rain sound”, & “mountain river sounds” via the searchbar.

      You could repeat: “I feel calm” and/or “I can handle this.” , or employ the EFT version for use in public, for which you can reasonably claim that you have a headache, as you massage/tap your temples, but it may be advisable to restrict yourself to subvocalising (saying it to yourself, in your mind, not aloud). Section 53, and pages 2, 2.q and 2.o refer. “Even though I sometimes suffer from stress, I deeply and completely accept myself”. A variant of EMDR: Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing therapy, which has been used successfully for those people suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, insomnia, and anxiety, is shown in section 42, on page i, at http://www.ezy-build.net.nz/~shaneris I have found that the 2 – 3 minutes spent using the EMDR markedly reduces distractions to the relaxation process, and is well worthwhile. You can also multitask, using the gazing technique, as you walk/jog or exercise, by focusing on a distant object, or just focus awareness on how each step feels, noting any thoughts which flash across your mind, without pursuing any particular train of thought, just gently redirect your focus to the task at hand.

  3. Does Krill oil effect your sex drive?
    I just started using Solal Technology Krill Oil. I saw at the back of the bottle it says that it helps with hormonal imbalances. I’m not sure if this is relevant though. I just want to know whether Krill oil can effect or surpress your sexual drive? Can it cause you to not want sex that often anymore?

    • Not getting how it would effect hormones – DHA EPA is good for brain, eyes, heart

      You might email the manufacturer & ask.

      from their website

      PHARMACOLOGICAL ACTION:
      Krill are tiny shrimp-like species found in the icy waters of the Antartic. They are at the bottom of the food chain, and therefore do not accumulate heavy metals like fish do. Krill Oil contains significant amounts of the omega 3 fatty acids: eicospentanoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA). Krill oil contains significant amounts of omega 9, with small amounts of omega 6. Krill oil also contains phospholipids such as phosphatidylcholine and phosphatidylserine amongst others. Krill oil provides vitamin A, vitamin E and astaxanthin. Astaxathin is a powerful anti-oxidant with neuroprotective properties. DHA and EPA function via cell membranes where they are anchored by phospholipid molecules. DHA has been proven essential to pre- and postnatal brain development and EPA seems more influential on behaviour and mood. Studies have demonstrated within high levels of confidence that krill oil is effective for the management of hyperlipidemia by significantly reducing total cholesterol, LDL, and triglycerides, and increasing HDL levels. Krill oil was also shown to be significantly more effective than fish oil for the reduction of glucose, triglycerides, and LDL levels. Krill oil has been shown to reduce dysmenorrhoea and prevent hormone imbalance. Krill oil has also been shown to significantly reduce C-reactive protein(CRP) thereby reducing inflammation and arthritic symptoms. Evidence suggests that Krill oil does play a role in preventing heart disease and sudden death. Krill oil may also help in treating depression.

      INDICATIONS:
      Krill oil can be used in the following conditions:
      • Important in maintaining heart, brain and immune system health.
      • It also boosts mood and assists with depression.
      • Helps prevent inflammatory disorders.
      • It aids in children’s brain development and improves memory, mental focus and concentration in adults.
      • Krill oil aids in reducing painful menstruation and the emotional symptoms of premenstrual syndrome.
      • Krill oil helps maintain healthy blood triglycerides and cholesterol levels.

  4. What vitamins should a 16 year old girl take to be healthier?
    I’m not unhealthy, but I don’t always eat what I’m supposed to and I never ever exercise. I just started birth control and don’t want anything that is going to be hazardous either. What can I do to make sure that I am getting what I need??

    • I started taking krill oil for Omega 3 oil around your age and it really helped with PMS symptoms. It also provides fuel for your brain and eyes, so you are never too early to start with that. One thing about birth control pill – you should try to take as little as possible. Meaning do not stay on it for too long. It is not healthy to take any western prescription drugs for a long period of time. It will not have a health impact immediately but you might have long term health issues later on in life.

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