crzy thoughts,

Egypt's presindet leaving his RENTED flat

10:11 PM S. H. 0 Comments

I do not consider myself a person interested in politics, but this time it caught my attention since the new Egyptian president comes from the Muslim Brotherhood, see how a real Muslim manage the Huge responsibility that means to govern a whole country, will he fall in all the bad steps like his predecessors?, will he enjoy of all the privileges that comes when you are the President of the Republic?,etc,etc.

 It comforted me knew that he is just a simple man like anyone of us out there, he even use to live in a rented flat, isn’t it just unbelievable our president comes from our real social and not for a rich Family which inherited to him the power.
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May Allah give to him the knowledge to know what the best is for his people and to help all regardless of the social status, Amen.

crzy thoughts,

Does it matter?

2:50 AM S. H. 0 Comments

Mubarak is clinically dead - state agency

Egypt's ousted leader has been pronounced clinically dead after efforts to resuscitate him failed
Toppled president Hosni Mubarak has been pronounced clinically dead upon his arrival at a military hospital in the upscale neighbourhood of Maadi, according to Egyptian state news agency MENA.

Medical sources told MENA that Mubarak's heart stopped after efforts to resuscitate him failed.

However, Mubarak's lawyer Farid El-Deeb told Al-Hayat television channel that he is still alive. Efforts to revive him are beginning to have some effect, he added.

Ahram Online's correspondent overlooking Tahrir Square reports fireworks and cheering after news began trickling in of the imprisoned president's apparent death. Demonstrators began playing the national anthem over loudspeakers. The majority of the gathered crowd are Muslim Brotherhood supporters, with other groups having largely pulled out of the flashpoint square.

Mubarak was transferred to Maadi's military hospital amid tight security measures. Media personnel were denied entry to the hospital, according to Al-Ahram's Arabic news portal.

Earlier the 84-year-old former president suffered a stroke, but paramedics at the Tora Prison hospital resuscitated him with electric shocks.

Mubarak was incarcerated in Tora Prison after being given a life sentence early this month for failing to stop the killing of peaceful protesters. For months during his trial, he was held captive at the International Medical Centre, a military hospital on the Cairo-Ismailia road.

It is understood that Mubarak is suffering from cancer and heart problems. During his stay at the Medical Centre, it was reported on quite a few occasions that his heart had stopped and had to be restarted by doctors.

Revolutionary forces called for Mubarak's incarceration in Tora Prison before the verdict, to join the rest of the defendants from the former regime who were kept at the facility during their trials.

The ousted president's condition was occasionally cited as a reason to keep him away from Tora, but after being sentenced to life imprisonment, he was transferred to the notorious facility, reportedly while shouting and ranting.

Beauty Tips,

How long does it take to re-hydrate the body?

2:02 AM S. H. 0 Comments

by Personal Training SF

getting ready for this Ramadan,Insh'allah all of you are doing well here some information about the importance of water in our life, and with Ramadan coming is better to be informed and ready for our fasting,here in Egypt will be fasting for more than 16 hours ,I wish to all of you muslims living in non muslim countries to Allah make fasting easy for you,Amen.

We cannot function physically, mentally or survive without water. The body is made up of 60% water, which means it needs a regular supply to survive. A fluid loss of even 1% body weight (just when you're licking your lips) will affect your circulatory functions (raise in heart rate, increased ‘stickiness’ of the blood), mental function, energy metabolism, digestion, muscle contraction and decrease you performance by 12%.

The amount of water you need varies depending on many factors such as any medical condition, physical activity level, and your environment. The rule of thumb is to drink half your body weight in ounces. So a 200lb man should consume 100 ounces of water under ideal weather conditions (72 degree's). Add half a liter if you're active. The body dehydrates pretty quickly during exercise, even in cool temperatures.

In order to facilitate optimal physiological functioning, the body's water and electrolyte content should remain relatively constant.

Dehydration has been shown to:

■Reduce blood and plasma volume, this results in a decrease in the amount of blood pumped out by the heart, consequently the heart has to work harder in an attempt to maintain an adequate blood (oxygen) supply to the working muscles

■Decrease testosterone levels

■Increase blood lactate accumulation

■Impair the body's ability to sweat, resulting is an increased risk of overheating.

■Dehydration results in reduced muscle blood flow, waste removal, and heat dissipation, all of which are necessary for sustained, high power muscle action in events such as boxing, wrestling, judo and jiu-jitsu

■Taken to the extreme, rapid weight loss when achieved through dehydration can be fatal. Excessive dehydration can harm bodily functions, leading to kidney failure, heat stroke or heart attack, within a period of thirty-three days, three young American wrestlers tragically died whilst trying to 'make their weight'

Does re-hydration work?

After completing the weigh-in, fighters typically try to rapidly replace lost body fluids in an attempt to return to a normal state of hydration. However, the fighter is unlikely to eat and drink sufficiently because of the negative effects of fighting on a full stomach. In many cases the time between the weigh-in and first contest is usually insufficient for fluid and electrolyte balance to be fully re-established in muscles, or for the rehydration and replenishment of muscle and liver glycogen

The period between the weigh-in and competition is probably not enough time for wrestlers, boxers, judo and jiu-jitsu athletes to replace muscle glycogen. The body takes from 4 to 48 hours to fully recover from moderate dehydration, which means there isn't enough time between weigh-in and the match to ensure peak performance and health.