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Insomnia is something we all go through every once in a while It happens when our sleep patterns and habitual cycles have been interrupted and going back to normal is not that easy to do. Many of us resort to sleeping pills. While they help in lulling us into sleep, they have side affects which includes:
-Difficulty focusing and remembering
-Parasomnias (Doing things without realizing it… Creepy!)
But don’t you worry. Here is the most effective way yet natural to cure insomnia! Introducing, bananas! They contain magnesium which prevents sleep disturbances as well as potassium which helps relax muscles. Here’s how:
-1 small pot of water
1) Peel the Bananas
2) Drop them into boiling pot of water and let it cook for 10 mins.
3) Extract the liquid and put it in a cup
4) Drink the extract 1 hour before going to bed
Enjoy your sound sleep!
According to an article released by Facebook page IFLS, morning er33ctions or medically known as “nocturnal penile tumescence” is primarily caused by the activities of the nervous system and endocrine system.
Nocturnal penile tumescence happens during Rapid Eye Movement (REM) sleep also known as deep sleep. When a person is at his dreaming state, areas of the brain become active. The activated parts send messages to the male genitalia allowing er3ction. In addition, male testosterone levels are also at its highest in the morning. This contributes as a factor for morning er33ctions.
While men are used to this kind of phenomenon, it also serves different health purposes. Morning erection alerts men of their full bladder in the morning. It also signifies well-maintained oxygen in their genitals which is good for the muscles.
Generally, science considers morning er33ction as a sign of good health. Lack of morning er3ction may be associated with er3ctile dysfunction.
Three female suicide bombers were on Wednesday shot dead in Bakin Dutse, Madagali Local Government Area of Adamawa State, according to security officials in the state.
The three suicide bombers were on a mission to carry out suicide bombings at a crowded market in Gulak, before they were shot by soldiers and local vigilante, the officials revealed.
They were intercepted at Bakin Dutse Village, five kilometers from Gulak, the administrative headquarters of Madagali Local Government Area where villagers converge in their hundreds every Wednesday for the market day.
Badare Akintoye, the Army Public Relations Officer at the 28 Task Force Battalion in Mubi, confirmed the incident.
“We gunned down three female suicide bombers. Our soldiers are on alert and commercial activities are going on there,” the army major stated.
The chairman of Madagali Local Government Area, Yusuf Gulak, provided more details in a telephone interview.
“Our local vigilantes that are now assisting the soldiers saw the three female suicide bombers who were on a mission to strike in the market.
“On seeing them fast approaching, they asked them to stop but the girls declined instead running faster, so one was instantly gunned down and the bomb on her body exploded. So also the second girl.
“The third girl attempted to run but could not succeed as she was also shot dead.”
Earlier today CBN Television, Banjul had earlier reported that Gambia’s president-elect, Adama Barrow was murdered by unknown assailants who overpowered his security guards, leaving two dead and six others injured from gunshots.
However, a tweet from his official handle, @adama_barrow, said he’s alive and well. “We would like to inform you that the President-elect is alive and well. #Gambia”, it read.
His rumoured death is coming few days after he referred to the country’s constitution that a court action taken by supposed outgoing President Yahya Jammeh cannot prevent the winner of the poll from assuming office as mandated by the constitution.
“It should be crystal clear that filing an election petition is the private matter of a loser in an election. It does not prevent mandatory constitutional processes from taking place.
“ECOWAS, the African Union and the United Nations could only intervene if the two presidents fail to do, with impeccable thoroughness, what the constitution of the republic demands,” Barrow, who vowed to take office on January 19 despite the refusal of Jammeh to give up power, had stated.
Gangs of 19 Nigerian robbers, who targeted ATM vehicles and fled with Dh1.8 million, have been arrested, according to the Sharjah Police.
The suspects were arrested from several apartments occupied by 30 to 40 people of the same nationalities.
According to Khaleej Times, the Nigerian robbers had come to the country on visit visas specifically to commit the robberies. They assaulted security guards accompanying the vehicles to carry out the robberies.
Addressing a Press conference, Colonel Rashid bin Bayat, director of police operations department, said the robbers committed four daring and violent robberies targeting money transportation vehicles that were delivering cash to ATMs.
The first robbery was committed at the ATM of the Dubai Commercial Bank on King Abdul Aziz Road, where the robbers assaulted security guards and fled with Dh340,000. After two days, the gang struck again, this time at an ATM near Saferr Mall in Al Nahda area, where they fled with Dh700,000.
They then attacked a cash tramsportation vehicle in Al Muweilah area, making off with Dh710,000. A fourth attack at an ATM on Shaikh Mohammed bin Zayed Road was foiled by the police.
According to the police, the suspects transferred a part of the robbed money to Nigeria. The police have recovered the rest and restored it to their owners.
Col. Al Bayat said that the gang members entered the country on visit visas and carried out the robberies after assaulting security guards. the gangs were busted in a short period of time after the robberies were reported.
The suspects were identified and arrested based on CCTV footages obtained from the banks and money exchange offices, said the police.
Here are some facts that will help you.
1. You sleep back to back without touching.
While up to 55% of couples sleep back-to-back, they still maintain some form of contact or closeness, even while facing opposite directions. In this position, in particular, there is absolutely no contact to be made. This position is seen as an indication of relationship problems, but it’s to be taken with a grain of salt.
2. Couples facing each other.
Couples who sleep like this allow for eye contact, easy cuddling, and this position is considered to be a more intimate position since cuddling is so easy.
Spooning is considered a stress reliever, but the downside is that it can result in aches and pains. Psychologists found that physical contact, even during sleep, can result in reduced stress in both partners. The issue is that since you’re in a semi-awkward position, your body can end up achy.
4. Sleeping on the edge of bed, facing in opposite directions.
It becomes an issue when there is a great deal of distance between partners and a lack of contact throughout the night. 90% of couples who sleep in this position are in happy relationships.
5. Arms up while you sleep.
It is also called as Starfish position and it’s good for back health. Arms up help to prevent facial wrinkles, snoring, and even acid reflux. A downside to this position, however, is that shoulder discomfort can be experienced due to the position they’re put in. Extra pillows (looking at you, number 5) can help with this.
6. Pillow cuddling.
If you want better rest but don’t want the accompanied spinal pain, the pillow cuddling position tends to prove effective. People who sleep on their stomach should place a pillow beneath their hips in order to relieve a portion of the stress on the joints. Pillow cuddling is more of a supplement to other positions than it is a position of its own.
7. Fetal position.
Just like a baby in the womb but honestly, it’s not a good position to sleep in. It can cause several back problems and plethora of neck. Psychologists believe that people who sleep in this position have a tendency to stress about their lives more than others.
8. Sleeping on your stomach.
Not a right position to sleep in. It can result in pins and needles in your arms and legs. It even can’t let you breathe properly.
9. Sleeping on your side.
This position prevents a backache, but it can potentially cause wrinkles, as well as leading to saggy breasts. One must not sleep in this position whole night; recommended.
10. Sleeping on your back.
This position is often recommended by doctors and it helps in maintaining neck and spine health. If you want to wake up healthy, this is the best position for you.
A 14-year old boy and his 13-year girlfriend from Marakwet killed themselves after discovering that the latter was pregnant.
According to trending post, The bodies of the teenagers were found on Tuesday in different locations and taken to Kapsowar Mission Hospital in Kenya for postmortem.
The body of the 14-year-old was found at his parent’s home while the girl’s was found at a nearby forest.
According to the area Chief, Benjamin Kipkemoi, the two class seven pupils probably decided to take poison fearing punishment from their parents.
“It is not clear whether the boy was responsible for the girl’s pregnancy.”
“We are carrying out investigation,” Kipkemoi said.
This tragic incident brings to the fore the need for reproductive health lessons in schools as this could have been avoided.
Gambia’s president-elect Adama Barrow who vowed to take office on January 19 despite the refusal of outgoing President Yahya Jammeh to give up power has been killed by unknown assailants.
The assailants overpowered the security guards of Mr. Barrow, leaving two of the guards dead and other six injured from gunshots.
President Yahya Jammeh, the ‘prime suspect’ has denied any involvement in the incident.
The assassination of Mr. Barrow comes few days after he referred to the country’s constitution that a court action taken by Jammeh cannot prevent the winner of the poll from assuming office as mandated by the constitution.
He was responding to Jammeh, who said Saturday that a decision of the Economic Community of West African States to send troops to ensure a peaceful transition of power was a “declaration of war” and called for a fresh poll.
“It should be crystal clear that filing an election petition is the private matter of a loser in an election. It does not prevent mandatory constitutional processes from taking place,” Barrow said.
ECOWAS, the African Union and the United Nations could only intervene if “the two presidents fail to do, with impeccable thoroughness, what the constitution of the republic demands,” he said.
– CBN TV
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