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it’s good. bell dings Okay. And the captain has turned on the fasten seat belt sign. Got a little turbulence coming up. Should be no problem. Just remain in your seat until the sign is turned off.
Thank you for your cooperation. Okay. Excuse me. I’m gonna go to the bathroom. Hi, excuse me. Yeah? Yeah. I’m gonna need you to take your seat.
The fasten seat belt sign is on. Yeah, I’m just gonna go to the bathroom for a second. I’ll be right back, okay? I understand what you want to do. Unfortunately, I’m gonna need you to observe the fasten seat belt sign.
That’d be much appreciated. Right, it’s just I read on the Internet that it’s not against the law for me to go to the bathroom while the fasten seat belt sign is on, so. Seat belt sign is on.
But is it against the law, though? The light is on. inhales sharply Is it against the law? You see that there’s a picture of a seat belt on that sign.
I know, but is it against the law, though? The fasten seat belt sign is on. But is it against the law, though? Seat belt sign is on. But is it against the law? But is it against the law? Seat belt sign. But is it against the law? It’s on.
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23 and 12 hours What is the single best thing we can do for our health
sound of marker on white board DR. MIKE EVANS: Hi, Im Mike Evans and welcome to this visual lecture Im calling, 23 and a Half Hours. So I have a big interest in preventive medicine, you know, which can mean a lot of things from, you know, cancer screening, to eating more fibre,.
To having a good social network and i i mean that in the old sense of the word. Weighing less, drinking less, smoking less, controlling your blood pressure, cholesterol, and so on and so forth. So all these things are incredibly important and.
I wouldnt want you to minimize your efforts in any one category. But I I want to know what comes first. What has the biggest impact, what has the biggest return on investment? sound of cash register ringing.
What makes the biggest difference to your health? So I did my research, and I found an answer, at least for me. And it’s tricky cause, you know, all these things are sort of overlapping. But I picked out this intervention and .
Because of its breadth. It worked for so many different health problems, and thats what I found so cool about it. So just to kind of walk you through a quick list, so this intervention in patients with knee arthritis who received one hour of treatment three times a week.
Reduced their rates of pain and disability by 47 per cent. In older patients it reduced progression to dementia and Alzheimers by around 50 per cent. For patients at high risk of diabetes and coupled with other lifestyle interventions, it reduced progression to Frank diabetes by 58 per cent.
Postmenopausal woman who had four hours a week of the treatment had a 41per cent reduction in the risk of hip fracture. It reduced anxiety by 48 per cent in a big metaanalysis. Patients suffering from depression 30 per cent were relieved with low dose and that bumped to.
47 per cent as we increased the dose. Following over 10,000 Harvard Alumni for over 12 years, those that had the intervention had a 23 per cent lower risk of death than those who didnt get the treatment. Its the number one treatment of fatigue, and, of course, the kind of outcome of choice or my favourite outcome.