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One of the major downsides of chat rooms is that ignorant people may pose as experts. If someone states they are a patient flow expert then how can this be verified? If you have expertise in the field of patient flow then you'll be able to verify their credentials. It's a matter of picking the expert from the fake.
Talking of fakes it's sad to see so many patient flow fakes bombarding email servers with unsolicited spam emails trying to sell patient flow. Spam is a great threat to how the Internet works. Our website does not contain any email addresses for this reason. If you visit the patient flow linked site above you will find that they treat your email address with great respect.
Talking online real people who are very knowledgeable about patient flow can be like attending a real patient flow convention ... except that there are no airfares or accommodation expenses.
The Internet abounds with all sorts of information on patient flow, but unless you can be reasonably sure of its source and accuracy, be wary. For example, information about patient flow posted in Internet newsgroups can be flawed. Even if the patient flow document contains great technical detail, there is often no hard evidence to back up the claims. Don't make the mistake of accepting gossip as truth, which may prove to be professionally and financially embarrassing.
While embarrassment is rarely fatal, more serious consequences can result from following patient flow advice posted in newsgroups or on websites. While someone may be well-meaning in offering the information, can you trust it? Is this person a patient flow consumer who has actually purchased and used the products or are they just an opinionated individual? Or are they a competitor?
Why DO the Japanese Have the Longest Lifespan? Part 2: Live the Lifestyle
by: Peter McGarry
Why do the Japanese have the longest lifespan? Last month you learned to eat the things Japanese people eat, and now you will learn how to live like they live. Fast, long, and lively best describes a usual day in Japan. The country is geared towards an active lifestyle, as the 'couch potato' concept is completely foreign. This lively lifestyle centers around three key aspects: work, socializing and recreation.
The workday begins early due to the commute by train that most people endure. This can range from 20 minutes to over two hours with the majority of people standing, as there are not enough seats. Walking is the focal point in the daily exercise regime. On average, people walk one to two kilometers to the train station in the morning. After arriving at the closest station to their office, people typically walk another one to two kilometers to their place of business. At the end of their long day, workers go through the same routine. All in all, the average Japanese individual will walk between three to five kilometers per day. Interestingly enough, these walks generally occur immediately or soon after meals, which helps with the digestive process.
Socializing is also different than that for western culture. As homes and apartments in Japan are considerably smaller, people opt to entertain outside of their home. This is one of the primary reasons clubs; hobbies and leisure activities play such an important role in the culture. In fact it is very uncommon to have dinner parties or get-togethers in Japanese homes. A popular alternative is to meet at public establishments for events and parties.
Automobiles do have some purpose, however they are viewed as a hobby or a luxury. Parking in Japan is costly and limited with simply not enough parking spaces for everyone to park. Cars are used for longer excursions to other cities or the countryside. The most common recreational activities are active ones. Trips to the mountains, lakes or open spaces are most popular.
Although the pace of life is fast in Japan, we can learn from certain aspects. Changing our eating habits is an important first step and combining low impact exercise after eating, such as walking, will have a greater impact. Involvement in clubs or activities that are active will also create an opportunity to engage in activity. Finally, being less reliant on our vehicles will require more effort for some daily physical activity.
So perhaps if you do what they do and eat what they eat you could be extending your lifespan. Your life is what you make it.
Here's to your health!
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