When I first thought of writing this article, I thought it was going to be an easy article to write. But as soon as I started to research hard facts, I started to realize that I would have better odds of winning a million dollars using Grande Vegas casino bonuses than I would be to get an accurate picture of what exactly is going on in the United States, and why there are problems.
The standards I am comparing things to is Israel. For the record, I have gotten the Pfizer COVID vaccine, and so has everybody in my immediate family.
Why am I using Israel as a point of comparison?
I am comparing things to Israel, because Israel has essentially been the Beta Testers for the Pfizer vaccine at a community wide level.
Currently in Israel, although the cases are going up, the number of people who are dying from COVID is almost non-existent: 2-3 per day. Those figures are less than the number of people who die from auto accidents per day.
Israel has also determined that a majority of their cases have originated from the Airport, its main border. So a majority of restrictions are focused on the airport and the people traveling to and from Israel.
What statistics is Israel recording and how easy is it for a regular citizen to see these statistics?
The Worldometer website has statistics for every country. Israel’s is located at https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/israel/.
Worldometer is getting their information from Israel’s Health Ministry website. Although this website is in Hebrew, if you load it from Chrome, you can easily understand the data in any language, including English.
There are few pieces of data that I find useful. Those include the number of critical patients and the number of patients on respirators, because those are the patients that have the potential to be future deaths. As of today, July 18, 2021, Israel has 18 critical patients and 16 that are on respirators.
The “Percentage of vaccinated by age groups” is the most useful information (second dose). For the 50 and above age group, the group that was most at risk of dying of COVID, 85% have been vaccinated. For the other adults, 30 and above, it is also around 80%. For the 20-29 group, the first dose is almost around 80%.
The 10-19 year olds are the lowest group with the first dose being at 40%.
What are the equivalent doses in the United States?
The data is coming from the website: https://usafacts.org/visualizations/covid-vaccine-tracker-states/
Overall, 56% of the population has been vaccinated with one dose, and 49% has been fully vaccinated. But this cannot include children and pregnant women.
Percentage vaccinated with one dose:
- 75 and older, 82.5%
- 65-74, 85%
- 50-64, 70%
- 40-49, 60%
- 25-39, 50%
- 18-24, 46%
Here are the statistics by race or ethnic group:
- Multiple, Other, or “not answering”, 95%
- White, 32%
- Pacific Islander, 56%
- Hispanic / Latino, 28%
- Black, 24%
- Asian, 35%
- American Indian, 48%
Do you know what percentage of the US population identified themselves as multi-racial in 2010? 2.9%. But yet they account for 95% of the vaccinations.
So over the total population the figures are at a minimum of 50%, with most being at 70% or above, but yet when we look at the statistics by demographics, the numbers are all in the 25% – 35% range, except for Hawaii (Pacific Islanders).
Do you know what I see when I look at these statistics? That approximately ⅔ of Americans are “giving the finger” to identity politics. They have made the conscious decision that when anybody asks about race or ethnicity, they are going to answer “Multiple/other”.
If statistics by ethnicity in 2021 are essentially garbage, why does the media and the government keep pointing to them?
Politics. Racism sells (or at this point the government still believes that racism sells). The truth is that ⅔ of Americans are turning their backs on racial identities, and it is not just coming from one group. But the ⅓ that still identifies with racial terms are the loudest. So it looks as if everybody is into racial identities, but the truth is that the majority of the US population no longer wants to be identified by the government in racial terms.
Now that we realize that any talk about vaccination rates (or anything) in terms of racials numbers is complete garbage, let’s look at some reasons why people are refusing vaccines.
Amish and religion
The Amish community is taking the “faith in God” and Herd Immunity path to protecting their community from COVID? As soon as they saw other groups not following COVID restrictions, starting in the summer of 2020, they went back to doing their community services. As a result COVID spread quickly through their community, but as a result, they have obtained a natural herd immunity.
But since the Amish community has hidden their cases and has chosen to treat the sick within the community, nobody truly knows the actual figures. We can only make educated guesses.
Recovered COVID patients
Many people believe that if a person has recovered from a sickness they are immune to that sickness (or at least they will not die from that sickness). A lot of recovered COVID patients are refusing the COVID vaccines, but the US is NOT counting them in the immunity statistics. Israel does count these people in their immunity statistics.
It is hard to find actual statistics, because the government is not tracking it. But a lot of people who are getting reactions to the COVID vaccine are recovered COVID patients. Even after a person recovers from COVID, dead COVID cells still exist in your body. Something in the COVID vaccine reactives those dead COVID cells and is making these people sick with COVID from the COVID vaccine.
Fauci lied about target vaccination rates needed
The problem with Fauci is that he lied to the American people about the target vaccination rates. If we look at the statistics for Smallpox, for most of the world, it was 80% vaccination rates. India was different where they did a 35% + targeted intervention method.
The end result is that Smallpox was eradicated from the world.
Fauci had raised the percentage: from 70% to 75%, and then to 75%, 80%, and 85%.
Fauci lied in the name of protecting the public, so the public no longer trusts Fauci. So the attitude of a lot of people is, “If Faui lied about this, what else has Fauci lied about that he is not admitting to?”
Fauci changed his recommendations for masks
Fauci, over the course of the pandemic, has changed his recommendations for masks. First he said they were useless, then he said that people should use one. Then he said people should use two. Then he said even COVID vaccinated and COVID recovered patients should use masks. He has even said that children between 2 and 8 should wear masks all day long while in school and on the bus, which could be as long as 12 hours a day. On top of that, children are being told to wear masks in very hot weather while exercising.
Fauci says “follow the science” but even back in February 2021, there were cases of people having collapsed lungs due to exercising with masks on.
But yet, we are still reading case after case after case of schools and camps that require kids to wear a mask while exercising. This is causing a lot of people to wonder why people are making a huge fuss over children and COVID when only 335 have died of COVID worldwide with many of these children having pre existing medical issues.
US Government is discouraging early treatments
The US Government is discouraging early treatments for COVID. Specifically it is discouraging the Vitamin D, Vitamin C, plus Zinc along with something else that helps zinc to absorb into the cells treament. It has not just been discouraged. It has included threatening to take away the medical licenses of doctors who help patients take the early intervention route.
Most of the research in this area involved patients who had already been admitted to the hospital, instead of focusing on not getting them into the hospital in the first place.
This led a lot of people to wonder why the US government was so fixed on vaccines as opposed to early treatment? What is the government hiding? And when people learned that Fauci helped the Wuhan lab obtain US government funding, people really stopped trusting Fauci and the US Government.
Black community and syphilis
I really hate talking about race, but sometimes in order to talk about all of the reasons why we are where we are today, we have to talk about race.
“Tuskegee Study of Untreated Syphilis in the Negro Male” (now referred to as the “USPHS Syphilis Study at Tuskegee”). The study initially involved 600 Black men – 399 with syphilis, 201 who did not have the disease. Participants’ informed consent was not collected. Researchers told the men they were being treated for “bad blood,” a local term used to describe several ailments, including syphilis, anemia, and fatigue. In exchange for taking part in the study, the men received free medical exams, free meals, and burial insurance.”
“By 1943, penicillin was the treatment of choice for syphilis and becoming widely available, but the participants in the study were not offered treatment.”
The study was still going on in 1972, after the Civil Rights Act was passed. Although the victims of this study were given reparations, it is still disgusting and vile that even after the Civil Rights Act was passed, this study was still going on.
I do not know what percentage of the black community is avoiding the Vaccines due to this. I am just stating the reasons that I have read about.
No health insurance
This excuse I do not understand. I would have thought that the government would just make central location vaccination centers and just vaccinate anybody who walks in the door. If this is not currently happening, why is it not happening?
Not understanding English
This is another excuse I do not understand. Doesn’t every city know the demographics of their community and how to inform their community of what is going on? $99 for 400 minutes for 365 days of pre-paid phone service. $10 for a flop phone. $60.00 for a simple smartphone. If you use public Wi-fi (public library, etc.), wi-fi is free. Provide an emergency alert that is available to the public. Message received.
There is no one reason why people are rejecting the COVID vaccine. Some are 100% valid reasons (COVID recovered patients do not need vaccines). Some are understandable (people have lost trust in the FDA, CDC, NIH, etc.). Some are politics (no health insurance and not understanding English). Some are just plain crazy. (COVID is a fraud, because it is just 5G).
But I think it boils down to the government lying to the American people, because the government believes that they know better. So when the government is now telling social media to censor anything that the government does not preapprove relating to COVID vaccines, it is not helping with the lost of trust issue with the FDA, NIH, and CDC.
Combining IPL with Other Treatments: How to Optimize Your Skin Care Regimen
The quest for flawless skin has led many to explore a myriad of treatments, and among the most sought-after is the IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) photofacial. This non-invasive procedure, known for addressing a plethora of skin concerns, often paves the way for questions about its integration into broader skincare routines. Specifically, can IPL be effectively paired with other treatments? And if so, how can one do it safely and effectively? In this guide, we will delve into the synergy of combining IPL with other popular skincare procedures, offering insights on maximizing results while ensuring skin health.
Before diving into combinations, it’s pivotal to understand the workings of IPL at its core. IPL photofacial is a technology that utilizes intense pulses of light to penetrate deep into the skin. This light causes collagen and blood vessels below the epidermis to constrict, reducing redness, age lines, and even sun damage. The distinct advantage of IPL lies in its versatility: it’s suitable for tackling various issues like sunspots, rosacea, and enlarged pores.
One of the key attributes of IPL is its non-ablative nature, meaning it doesn’t damage the surface of the skin. Instead, it offers a gentler approach, treating the deeper layers. This characteristic not only results in minimal downtime but also makes it a potential candidate to be paired with other treatments. However, as with any skincare procedure, the key to success is understanding its dynamics and knowing how and when to complement it with other interventions.
In the subsequent sections, we’ll explore the array of treatments that can be harmoniously paired with IPL, ensuring that you’re equipped with the knowledge to craft an optimal skincare regimen.
Popular Treatments to Combine with IPL
While IPL stands as a formidable treatment on its own, combining it with other procedures can amplify results and target multifaceted skin concerns. However, it’s essential to recognize which treatments are complementary and which might be contraindicated. Let’s delve into some of the popular treatments often paired with IPL:
Chemical Peels: This treatment involves the application of a chemical solution to exfoliate and eventually peel off, revealing rejuvenated skin underneath. When combined with IPL, chemical peels can further enhance skin texture and address pigmentation issues. However, spacing is crucial, as immediate succession might increase skin sensitivity.
Microdermabrasion: A minimally invasive procedure, microdermabrasion exfoliates the skin’s outer layer, promoting new skin growth. Pairing this with IPL can provide a more in-depth rejuvenation, addressing both surface imperfections and deeper skin concerns.
Microneedling: This involves creating micro-injuries using tiny needles, which boosts collagen production. When followed by IPL, the combined collagen-boosting effects can be quite remarkable, leading to plumper, more youthful skin.
Facials: A classic skincare treatment, facials can be customized to cater to various skin concerns. When done before an IPL session, facials can prep the skin, ensuring it’s clean and hydrated, leading to more effective IPL results.
Botox or Fillers: While these injectables target wrinkles and volume loss, they don’t address skin texture and pigmentation. Incorporating IPL sessions alongside can offer a holistic approach, tackling skin texture, tone, and structure simultaneously.
It’s essential to remember that while combining treatments can offer synergistic results, the sequencing, spacing, and individual skin needs play a pivotal role. Always consult with a skincare professional to tailor a regimen best suited for your unique requirements.
Benefits of Combining Treatments
Combining IPL with other skincare treatments isn’t just about capitalizing on the latest trend; it’s about optimizing the advantages each treatment brings to the table. By understanding these benefits, you can make informed decisions about your skincare journey. Let’s break down some of the compelling reasons to consider combination treatments:
Holistic Skin Enhancement: While IPL is adept at addressing various skin concerns, pairing it with another treatment can provide a more comprehensive solution. For instance, while IPL works wonders on pigmentation, combining it with microdermabrasion can elevate results, addressing both skin texture and tone.
Time Efficiency: For those with a busy lifestyle, combining treatments can reduce the number of sessions and visits required, providing multiple benefits in a singular appointment.
Enhanced Results: Some treatments can set the stage for others. A facial can cleanse and prep the skin, allowing IPL to penetrate more effectively. Similarly, the collagen-boosting properties of microneedling can be further amplified when followed by an IPL session.
Cost-Effectiveness: In the long run, combining treatments can be more cost-effective. Instead of multiple sessions of one treatment, a strategic combination might offer quicker and more lasting results, saving both time and money.
Addressing Multi-faceted Concerns: Skin concerns are seldom isolated. One might experience dryness along with pigmentation or fine lines alongside skin laxity. Combining treatments ensures that multiple issues are addressed simultaneously.
Boosted Confidence: With enhanced and accelerated results, one can experience a significant boost in self-confidence. The visible improvements can be motivating and reaffirming.
While the benefits are numerous, it’s essential to approach combination treatments with caution and awareness. Individual skin needs and concerns should always be at the forefront, ensuring that the chosen treatments align with your skincare goals.
When contemplating multiple treatments, especially in close succession, safety should always be paramount. Here are some essential factors to keep in mind:
Risk of Over-treatment: Doubling up might sound efficient, but there’s a risk of over-treating the skin, which can lead to sensitivity, prolonged redness, or even damage. It’s essential to have adequate spacing between sessions to allow the skin to recover fully.
Individual Skin Reactions: Everyone’s skin is different. Some might experience heightened sensitivity when treatments are combined, while others might tolerate it well. It’s crucial to be observant and communicate any discomfort or unexpected reactions to the practitioner.
Professional Expertise: Always ensure that the treatments are being administered by trained and experienced professionals. Their expertise will determine the correct sequencing, intensity, and duration of treatments.
Customizing Your Skincare Regimen
A successful skincare regimen is tailored to individual needs and concerns. Here are steps to ensure your treatments are personalized:
Skin Assessment: Start with a thorough assessment, either through a dermatologist or a skincare expert. They can evaluate skin type, concerns, and recommend the most effective treatments.
Treatment Sequencing: It’s not just about which treatments to combine but also about the order. Some treatments prepare the skin for others, while some should be spaced out.
Adjusting to Feedback: Listen to your skin. If it feels overly sensitive or shows signs of irritation, it might be worth reconsidering the combination or frequency of treatments.
Aftercare and Maintenance
The journey doesn’t end once the treatment is over. Aftercare is paramount to ensure lasting results and healthy skin:
Sun Protection: Especially after treatments like IPL, the skin can be more sensitive to UV rays. Ensure you’re diligent with sunscreen and avoid direct sun exposure.
Hydration: Keep your skin hydrated both internally by drinking water and externally with moisturizers, especially after exfoliating treatments.
Avoid Irritants: After treatments, it’s best to avoid products with potential irritants like alcohol or strong acids. Stick to gentle skincare products.
Regular Check-ins: Schedule regular follow-up appointments to assess the skin’s progress and adjust treatments as necessary.
In the realm of skincare, there’s no one-size-fits-all. While combining IPL with other treatments can offer transformative results, it’s all about understanding, customizing, and adapting. With a patient-centric approach, guided by professional expertise and a keen awareness of one’s skin, the journey can be both rewarding and revitalizing.
Are there any effective topical treatments for cellulite?
Cellulite is a widespread aesthetic issue that primarily affects women. On the thighs, buttocks, and other parts of the body, the skin is bumpy and dimpled. Although there are several cellulite treatments accessible, such as diet and exercise, some individuals may choose topical creams as a non-invasive alternative. One such product is CelluAid Cream, which advertises that it uses a combination of natural substances to lessen the appearance of cellulite.
However, the efficacy of such treatments is often disputed, and many individuals are unsure whether they can really reduce cellulite. The issue of topical cellulite treatments will be covered in this article, along with the data supporting its efficacy. In order to assist you decide whether CelluAid Cream is the correct choice for you, we will also look more closely at the product and its components.
What aggravates cellulite’s appearance?
Cellulite is a widespread disorder that mostly affects women. Skin that appears lumpy and dimpled on the thighs, buttocks, and belly are its hallmarks. Even while cellulite is not unhealthy for you, it may nonetheless be embarrassing and make you feel self-conscious. You may be wondering what causes cellulite to seem worse if you have it. The following are some elements that may encourage the development of cellulite:
- Genetics: Unfortunately, some individuals are more genetically predisposed to developing cellulite than others. You could be more prone to getting cellulite if members of your family do.
- Age: As we become older, our skin grows thinner and loses suppleness, which may make cellulite more obvious. Cellulite develops as a result of the breakdown of the collagen and elastin fibers in our skin over time.
- Hormones: Cellulite growth may also be influenced by hormonal changes. For instance, estrogen may lower circulation and increase fat accumulation in the body, which can make cellulite more noticeable.
- Unhealthy diet: Eating a diet rich in processed foods, sugar, and saturated fats may help to cause cellulite. These meals may increase the amount of fat deposited in the skin and cause the body to become inflamed.
- Not exercising enough: Regular exercise helps enhance circulation and lessen the appearance of cellulite. Lack of exercise may increase your risk of developing cellulite or exacerbate pre-existing cellulite.
Are there any effective topical treatments for cellulite?
Millions of individuals across the globe, mostly women, suffer from the prevalent ailment known as cellulite. Skin that appears lumpy and dimpled on the thighs, buttocks, and belly are its hallmarks. Even while cellulite is not unhealthy for you, it may nonetheless be embarrassing and make you feel self-conscious. As a result, a lot of individuals look for ways to lessen or get rid of cellulite. Topical creams or lotions are a therapy option that is often taken into account. These products claim that by enhancing the firmness and texture of the skin, cellulite would look less noticeable. However, there is disagreement among specialists on the efficacy of topical therapies for cellulite. According to certain research, several components in topical treatments may reduce the appearance of cellulite. Caffeine, for instance, has been shown to increase blood flow and decrease the buildup of fat cells in the skin. Vitamin A in the form of retinol may also aid to thicken skin and lessen the visibility of dimples.
Antioxidants, such as green tea extract and vitamin C, are also often contained in cellulite treatments and may help to protect the skin from harm and encourage the creation of collagen. Forskolin and yohimbine, two chemicals used in certain products, are said to break down fat cells. Many specialists are still dubious regarding the efficacy of topical cellulite treatments in spite of these assertions. Some claim that the chemicals in these lotions cannot permeate the skin deeply enough to significantly reduce cellulite. Others draw attention to the little scientific data that backs up the promises that these items’ producers make.
There are various cellulite treatments outside topical creams, such as massage, laser therapy, and radiofrequency treatments. Although they may also be more costly and time-consuming, these techniques may be more successful than creams in reducing the appearance of cellulite. In the end, a mix of healthy lifestyle practices, including consistent exercise, a balanced diet, and keeping a healthy weight, will help to decrease the appearance of cellulite. Topical treatments could be helpful, but they’re not likely to be a magic fix for cellulite. Before attempting any new product or technique, it is crucial to speak with a healthcare practitioner, as with any kind of therapy.
Do creams for cellulite work?
While certain lotions could temporarily lessen the look of cellulite, there isn’t much data to back up their long-term efficacy. Additionally, the efficiency of these creams may differ from person to person and from instance of cellulite to case of cellulite. The efficacy of topical treatments for cellulite, however, is often contested. There isn’t any proof to support the long-term efficacy of these lotions, despite some research suggesting that certain chemicals, including caffeine and retinol, may temporarily reduce the appearance of cellulite. It’s crucial to do study and choose a cellulite cream with components that have been scientifically verified if you’re thinking about utilizing one. It’s crucial to keep in mind that although topical treatments may help reduce the appearance of cellulite, they cannot take the place of a balanced diet and regular exercise.
A topical medication called CelluAid Cream makes the promise that it will lessen the appearance of cellulite. Caffeine, retinol, and shea butter are among the natural constituents in the cream. Retinol may assist to boost collagen formation and improve skin texture, while caffeine is thought to promote circulation and decrease inflammation, as per CelluAid reviews. Shea butter is renowned for its hydrating qualities, which may enhance skin suppleness and lessen the appearance of dimples.
The effects of scents on our brain
Our senses play a profound role in shaping our perceptions of the world around us, and among them, the sense of smell is often underestimated. The influence of scents on our brain goes far beyond merely identifying pleasant aromas or repulsive odors. Recent scientific research has unveiled the intricate relationship between scents and brain function, revealing how different aromas can impact our emotions, memories, and overall cognitive well-being. In this article, we will explore the fascinating effects of scents on our brain and how they can be harnessed for various purposes.
Aromatherapy and emotional responses
Aromatherapy, the practice of using natural scents to promote physical and emotional mood, is rooted in the understanding that scents can evoke powerful emotions. When we inhale certain scents, such as Myrrh and Frankincense Incense, they interact with our olfactory receptors, which are directly connected to the brain’s limbic system, which is responsible for emotions and memories. This connection allows specific scents to trigger emotional responses such as relaxation, joy, or even stress reduction. Aromatherapists and wellness practitioners often utilize these scents to create targeted experiences that positively influence moods and mental states.
Memory enhancement through scents
The link between scents and memories is a testament to the intricate wiring of our brain. Have you ever caught a whiff of a certain aroma and been transported back to a specific moment in your past? This phenomenon is due to the proximity of the brain regions responsible for scent and memory. When we encounter a scent, it can activate the hippocampus, a region associated with memory formation. This connection has been leveraged in therapeutic settings, such as using familiar scents to help individuals with Alzheimer’s disease retrieve memories. Harnessing the power of scents, we can potentially improve memory recall and preserve precious moments.
Productivity and focus enhancement
The effects of scents aren’t limited to emotions and memories; they also extend to cognitive functions like productivity and focus. Peppermint, for example, has been found to have stimulating effects on the brain. Its invigorating scent can increase alertness, enhance concentration, and even boost performance on cognitive tasks. On the other hand, scents like lavender and chamomile are known for their calming properties, making them beneficial for reducing distractions and promoting a serene work environment. By incorporating specific scents into our workspace, we can optimize our cognitive abilities and achieve better outcomes.
In the midst of our fast paced lives, finding effective ways to manage stress is essential. Aromatherapy once again comes to the forefront, offering a direct impact on stress reduction. The aroma of essential oils like bergamot, rose, and sandalwood from Pure Incense can activate the parasympathetic nervous system, which induces a state of relaxation. The scent molecules interact with receptors in the brain, promoting the release of calming neurotransmitters like serotonin and dopamine. As a result, incorporating these scents into relaxation routines or self care practices can help alleviate stress and promote a sense of tranquility.
Fragrances for everyone
As we navigate the complexities of human experience, the effects of scents on our brain continue to be an area of fascination and exploration. From their profound impact on emotions and memories to their role in enhancing cognitive functions, scents have a multi-faceted influence that extends far beyond their aromatic appeal. Aromatherapy, memory enhancement, productivity improvement, and stress reduction are just a few of the ways in which scents can be harnessed for our benefit. By understanding and harnessing the power of scents, we can tap into a sensory realm that holds the potential to enhance our overall well-being and enrich our daily lives.
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