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on 25 Jun, 17:22

How To Make Yourself Throw Up Instant and Naturally

How to make yourself throw up? Well, throwing up is not that easy in fact no one could actually think about vomiting, but sometimes throwing up may be the only option to fix your health.

Throwing up yourself sounds weird which can make you feel uncomfortable, but you have to do to clear up your intestine, especially in case of food poisoning or indigestion.

That time throwing up is one of the best and great ways to make yourself feel better. If you’re not feeling well and want to throw up, but can’t wait of its own then throwing up yourself can help you to make yourself feel better.

In this post, I am going to cover the easiest way to make yourself throw up without having any side effects. So let’s cover it quickly.

When To Induce Vomiting?

Well, the human body is already designed to eradicate waste stuff from the body. Your body doesn’t need any harmful way to remove them.

Throwing up yourself also depends on the situation. If you are suffering from food poisoning and indigestion, then throwing up will be a great relief.

It not only ensures that your body gets rid of all the toxins and allergens. But it also helps your body to feel lighter and better instantly. If you are forcing yourself to throw up every other day, then it may cause problems in your body.

Some people tend to make it a habit of inducing vomiting, which can lead to weight loss or even sometimes they feel queasy.

This respiratory behavior will put a lot of strain on the esophagus and upper respiratory system, which can cause the throat tissues and food pipe breakout.

Why Is Making Yourself Throw Up Bad?

According to the American Association Of Poison Control Centre, vomit only after the advice of a doctor or a physician.

But if you swallow something that might be harmful then you should contact your doctor or the health experts. Don’t try to treat this issue at home, because sometimes it may make the situation worse.

Vomiting causes the contraction in the stomach due to this the poison will be quickly absorbed in your intestine which causes further damages in your body.

The ingestion of a few substances such as bleaches and shampoo could be very harmful. Then immediately call the doctor and also avoid vomiting.

Pregnant women are also advised by the doctor not to vomit as it will lead to more damage to the mother and child.

If you can’t resist the urge to vomit regularly then consult a doctor. While some people think that induced vomiting can relieve them from anxiety, depression but the fact is different.

It only provides temporary relief to your body, but it will cause long term health-related issues. Go for the regular medical checkup to keep your health in tip-top shape.

It is an antidepressant for those who are suffering from eating disorders, depression, and anxiety. If you face these issues, then consult with the psychiatrist to treats the mental illness

on 28 Oct, 08:32

DEVELOPMENT AGENDA & SDG EVALUATION, A CIVIL SOCIETY ANALYSIS OF THE MALAYSIAN EXPERIENCE

At the UNDP event in Bangkok, sharing reflections

At the UNDP event in Bangkok, sharing reflections

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on 24 Oct, 18:28

Linking sustainable development and social and solidarity economy

Here is a brief presentation that I’ve been using for the #SuSY Speaker’s Tour to link the concepts of #SSE and #SDGs. The download link is at the bottom of this post.

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on 21 Oct, 03:01

Solidarity Club Meetup in Helsinki

Solidarity Club Meetup in Helsinki
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On the 17 October, the Malaysian speakers of the SuSY Speaker Tour (Dr Jun-E Tan and Dr. Welyne Jeffrey Jehom) were invited to dinner at the Oma Maa food cooperative in Helsinki with the Finnish Solidarity Economy Network (FSEN). The website for FSEN is http://commons.fi (but is currently down for maintenance).

Ruby van der Wekken, representative of the FSEN, was the host of the event, attended by about ten members of the network. Some of the organisations participating in the Solidarity Club dinner included:

  • Eetisen Kaupan Puolesta (Eetti), or Pro Ethical Trade Finland, an NGO that promotes equitable global trade, sustainable production and responsible consumption. Eetti is also the Finnish host for the SuSY Project.
  • Stadin Aikapankki – Helsinki Timebank, which facilitates the exchange of services using time (calculated by hours) as a currency.
  • Osuuskunta Oma Maa, or Cooperative Own Land, a local organic food co-operative which runs a community-supported agriculture programme

To give some idea of the activities of the Finnish national network on solidarity economy, here is a record of some of the issues discussed.

The global connection

Updates were given by Ms Wekken on the RIPESS annual meeting held in France in June 2016. During the RIPESS meeting, issues that arose included the cooptation of the solidarity economy space in different countries, the importance of forming alliances with other like-minded actors, and the importance of developing indicators. It was noted that there are different positions on developing legal frameworks (or not), and that funding remains to be a problem. Mapping was also discussed during the annual meeting.

Two initiatives were highlighted on mapping SSE and similar initiatives, including ESS Global and TransforMap.

Mapping the Finnish solidarity economy

On activities at the Finnish Solidarity Economy Network, a mapping effort has begun by identifying SE actors and interviewing them. The current map, which is still a work in progress, can be accessed here and includes the following organisations:

  • Oma Maa (Helsinki)
  • Elävä maa luomupiiri (Helsinki)Stadin aikapankki (Helsinki)
  • Osuuskunta Jalavala (Helsinki)
  • Vaatelainaamo Vaaterekki (Helsinki)
  • Osuuskunta Ehta Raha (Helsinki)
  • Osuuskunta Hyväntekijä (Joensuu)
  • Kirjakahvilan (Turku)
  • Tampereen Annikki (Tampere)
  • Suomen Talkoot ry (Tampere)
  • Uusruukki (Tampere)

Besides geographical mapping, some case studies have already been done through interviewing the organisations within the list above, on their operations and involvement in the solidarity economy. These cases will be uploaded on SDG-SSE.org after being translated from Finnish to English, which a member of the network has volunteered to do.

The interview questionnaire can be accessed here [link to be inserted after the commons.fi website goes up]. Members of the network were encouraged to add to the list of known organisations and initiatives, and to help in the interviewing if possible.

Future activities

An SSE manifesto in Finnish was circulated among the members and proposed to be updated using Google Docs.

In November, the FSEN will participate in the European Commons Assembly organised by the Commons Network. In December there will also be a major event by the FSEN to build a confederation of cooperatives.

#Finland

on 20 Oct, 18:14

Presentation: Civic activism – Reconstructing cities by solidarity economy

Presentation by Maija Faehnle & Pasi Mäenpää: Civic activism – Reconstructing cities by solidarity economy. Solidarity Economy and Civic Activism – Cases from Malaysia and Finland, 17 October, 2016, Tiedekulma, Helsinki, #Finland

More about the project Civic Activism as Resource for the Metropolis here.

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on 18 Oct, 00:34

Mothers’ part

Dr Jehom said something today at Helsinki University SSE discussion that stuck with me: “solidarity economy is already in human heart”. I believe this. Greed is there too, but greed gets tiring! I believe as mothers and fathers, we have a sway to take our sons and daughters from greed towards solidarity. We have to combine our desire for the success of our kids with the success of the planet as a whole. It is not easy. But it is, already, in the good part of our heart!

Kirsi Mohney

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