Thursday, 21 November 2019

How to evade diseases without much of exercise?

                                                                             

How to evade diseases without much of exercise?
                                                 Date 19-11-2019 
From
Nalin Anthoni Pillai, Scientist

To
BBC World News – London
U.K.

Sir,
   I surprise to see four news articles titled recently in popular News papers appeared as follow

1)   Nutrition exercise key to managing diabetes’ appeared in ‘The Hindu dated 17-11-019 stating Proper nutrition and physical exercise are important for a healthy lifestyle for diabetic patients, V. Mohan, Chairman, Dr, Mohan’s Diabetes Specialties Centre said on Saturday.
          He was delivering a PEP (Patient Education Programme) talk on Whats new in preventing and combating diabetes’, organised by Neuberg Diagnostic Private Limited. Continous glucose monitoring devices help track pattern in a patients for 14 days.
          Pointing out that diabetes is becoming, a public health issue. Dr. Mohan said the prevalence of diabetes in India was on the rise. Citing several studies, he said in Chennai, for instance, the prevalence of diabetes had increased from, to 22.5% in 2015.
2)   Fitness pays off at  any age’ appeared in ‘The Times of India dated 27-10-2019 stating that “For the new study, which was published last month in Scientific Reports, Scientists at the University Munster in Germany decide to look inside the skulls of a large group of young adults.
They began by turning to a hefty trove of data gathered as      part of the human Connectome Project, an international collaborative effort that aims to help much of the human brain and tease out how it works.
Tapping into the brain : As part of that project, more than 1200 young men and women in the United States recently agreed to have their brains scanned with a specialised type of MRI that looks at the health of their brains white matter consists of the many connections between neurons and brain region. It is, essentially, the brain’s communications wiring (The working neurons make up the brain’s grey matter.)
3)   Salman says no to steroids”appeared in the supplimentry paper ‘Chennai Chronicle’ (Deccan Chronicle) dated 19-11-2019 stated that “Those who try to keep their body strong by using steroids should understand one thing very clearly. They need not use steroid at all. Steroids are not good. Many people misuse steroids, which are really bad for their bodies because it damages the kidney, liver and other important parts of our body as well. If you guys do not stop the usage of steroids then remember Kia app jaldi nikal loge (you will reach a quick end). Unnecessary usage of steroids ruins your body, and you will collapse someday of a heart attack or whatever,” he warned. However, the actor finds protein powders and supplements acceptable, “Protein shakes and suppliments are fine, but steroids don’t give you a natural body. So refrain from its use,” he added.
4)   Why some people are ‘fat but fit explained” appeared in ‘The Times of India dated 19-11-2019. This is a very interesting article stating that “the researchers from the University of Leads suggest that people who are overweight but have a seemingly healthy metabolism may have an especially good blood supply to their fat cells.
 Natalie Haywood, who led the study said. “It’s a myth that you    can overweight and complete healthy – but there may be some truth to the “fat but fit” paradox. People with better blood supply to their fat may be more metabolically healthy and could be protected against heart and circulatory diseases.”
 In the study, the researchers studied a receptor called IGF1-R, which is known to play a roll in the growth of new blood vessels.

   I would like to put it in more perspective way whereas Salman Khan  most popular Indian actor in the film industry is hale and healthy through his intermediate exercise which doesn’t seem to come under heavy load of exercise keeps his body trim but appearance wise he is quite a hefty man for his age. But most of hefty people can not do such exercise like the actor is bad for their heart. So how to over come with less exercise without straining the body muscle can be achieved by increasing the level of voltage in the brain through the medium of light. This visual light plays a vital roll in enhancing the dipole dipole force which is nothing but Higgs Boson particle rendering as candidate in strengthening all the ionize blood cells to carry more oxygen in them. Further by exerting pressure on two hands at different levels that enhances the connectivity among neurons creates more grey matter by these neurons activity. In the process it avoids most of the non communicable diseases through photon transfer of electrons. Thus it makes the body and the brain as fresh as ever.

 Regard to fitness I had already published a paper titled as “Exercise plays a vital role to deliver healthy babies” 21-12-2014 can be assessed from this website



Another paper titled as ‘Can Yoga Make Inroad in Your Health!’ dated 22-1-2017 can be assessed from this Website

Also another paper titled as ‘Bowing head makes the brain more effective’ can be assessed from this Website


My version ‘How to avoid heart attack’ can be assessed from this Website

And also displayed another paper titled as “How to avoid high systolic blood pressure in men and women” can be assessed from this Website

I even displayed another paper titled as ‘How to suppress depression and other forms of mental disorders?’ Can be assessed from this Website

 Every New Year this kind of a version I use to publish to strengthen the brain’s activity as follow
Watering the plants and planting trees can expand all lives

This also another paper tiled as “How to make all the cells to function effectively? can be assessed from this Website
      
Let this beauty speaks itself in life.

By
    Nalin Anthoni Pillai
  Brain Research Work
Foot note :- I am surprise to see another article titled as “Migratory bird flies nonstop for 10 months” appeared in ‘The Times of India dated 31-10-2016 stating that “Scientists had long ago proposed that common swifts, a medium-sized migratory bird, might spend most of their lives in flight, but Swedish scientists have now proved that the birds can fly for 10 months straight.

I would like give my version how migrating birds able to fly nonstoppable journey for 10 months. These two eyes are framed either side of the head and they fly close to each other in a bow shape to reduce the air resistant and they see closely and the inter change of vision to gaging the speed of the flight with help of moonlit night or stary night or sunlight. This inter changing of the vision it creates positive negative images that increase the level of voltage in the brain and enhances the dipole dipole force able to convert carbon dioxide and the water vapour in the air into glucose through medium of light. It becomes a nonstoppable journey in their flying just like plant produces carbohydrate through photosynthesis and leaves out oxygen in the air. But in the migrating bird in their flight mechanism it converts into glucose in the process pure oxygen is produced and the receptors sent this pure oxygen to the blood stream. This is the technque they adopt in their flight with motor cells activation in the wings they keep flying.

Copy of this report posted to “World Federation of Neurosurgical Societies” on 19-11-2019
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Copy of this report posted to ‘The Times of India’ on 19-11-2019
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Scientist from London- UK” on 19-11-2019.
Copy of this report posted to “British Society of Gastroentrology (at the JPGN)” on 19-11-2019
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Monday, 4 November 2019

How to counter this mortality level around the world?

                                                                             

How to counter this mortality level around the world?
                                                     Date 2-11-2019

From
Nalin Anthoni Pillai, Scientist

To
BBC World News –London
U.K.

   Sir,
     I had read five stunning articles that were published recently as follow

(1) “Unchecked warming will raise mortality level in India: Study” appeared in The Hindu dated 1-11-2019 stating A rise in average temperatures across India would increase death rates by 10%, translating into an extra million and a half deaths by the end of the century, says a report by researchers based zt The Climate Impact Lab, collaboration of researchers from multiple U.S. Universities and organisations. This level of mortality would result if Greenhouse Emissions continues to rise in the way they do today.

(2) “300m Face Threat Globally” appeared in ‘The Times of India’ dated 31-10-2019 stating 75% of those likely to be affected in 6 Asian countries: China, India, Vietnam, Thailand, Indonesia and Bangaladesh.
(3) Climate change’s coming for your fish & chips”appeared in The Times of India dt 18-6-2019 stating the experts analysed four types of crustacean that when the gas in the water was reduced, they got smaller – supporting the theory that bigger sea creatures more vulnerable to climate change
Fish and chips could be a thing of the past unless more is done to halt global warming scientists say Research has indicated cod and haddock fishes face extinction as rising temperatures cut oxygen in the oceans.
(4) Most dangerous thing to happen if trees started shedding its leaves due to toxic air can be read from this article titled as Toxic air is causing malnutrition to trees” appeared in ‘The Hindu dated 26-6-2018 caused by heat waves swooping Europe   leaving a trail of disasters to ‘trees growth’ being stated as Besides affecting human health, air pollution is also causing malnutrition in trees by harming a fungi that is important for providing mineral nutrients to tree roots, finds a new study published in the Nature.
 5) “Why you need 2 hours of nature every week? appeared in The Times of India dt 17-6-2019 stating that ‘According to a published paper in ‘Scientific Reports’ the answer is about 120 minutes each week.     The study examined data from nearly 20,000 people in England who took part in the Monitor of Engagement with the Natural Environment survey from 2014 to 2016, which asked them to record their activities within the past week. It found that people who spent two hours a week or more outdoors reported being in better health and having a greater sense of well-being than people who didn’t get out at all.
 
       Regard to Global Warming I had already published a paper on 17-1-2019 titled as “Through fasting how to keep the body as fresh as ever! can be assessed  from this website
      
      I also made global warming comment in three consecutive New Year wishes to all my fans as well as birthday wishes posted on 1-7-2017 had reached 23 million people has seen within a span of three days version given by Google with their emblem posted to me on 12-7-2017 is shown below 
   Here oxygen is essential in all spheres of lives and it is essential to turn carbon into carbon dioxide for the trees to breathe. And during day trees produces oxygen for us to breathe. In this concept I appealed to all my Face Book fans to carry water by hand in watering the plants and trees in order to control the global warming and improve oxygen level in the oceans. Thus it makes the brain healthier is given below and simultaneously save the fishes and chips from extinction and see what google says here
 
23M people like this including Farid Ali and 49 friends
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Google typically takes a week or more to reply.
Nalin Ranjan
July 1 at 2:03pm ·
The BBC website
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Date 1-7-2017
Today those Birthday well wishes my comment as follow

Oxygen level in atmosphere has dropped due to greenhouse effect!

Many happy returns of the day --I wish you to carry more water by hand while pouring water to plants and trees. This way it can stimulate the motor cells to carry more oxygen for the brain. Thus it makes the brain healthier by breathing more oxygen is the only way to expand your life span. From today onwards make your brain healthier
By
     Nalin Ranjan,
Brain Research Work
Foot note: More can be read from this website titled as “Watering the Plants and planting trees can expand all lives” same thing can be assessed from this website


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Monday, 28 October 2019

How to make all the cells to function effectively?



       How to make all the cells to function effectively?
                                                              Date 26-10-2019
From
Nalin Anthoni Pillai, Scientist

To
BBC World News –London
U.K.
Sir,
  This year  the Nobel Prize for physiology or Medicine was awarded to three scientists, William G Kailin Jr. from Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Maryland, US, Sir Peter J. Ratcliffe from Francis Crick Institute, London, and Gregg L. Semenza from the Johns Hopkins Institute for Cell Engineering for their discovery of how cells sense and adapt to oxygen availability” that appeared  in a popular news paper called ‘The Hindu dated 13-10-2019 under the Subheading titled as “How oxygen levels affect cell metabolism.
     I would like to put it in a more perspective way through  photon transfer of electrons seemed to play a different role in stimulating this HIF-lalpha protein that increases  the oxygen level in the blood cells. In the process it increases the level of voltage in the brain by enhancing the Dipole Dipole force that controls all the genes in the body including erythropoietin gene. Further, this excess energy level in the brain induces mitochondria to store these energies in their respective organelles. Thus, it strengthens all the metabolisms in the body by this increase voltage obtained through photon transfer of electrons.
    Regard to this I had already published a paper titled as “Light helps me to create this invisible growth acts as an excreta” can be assessed from the following website

     Let this beauty speaks itself in life.

By
    Nalin Anthoni Pillai
  Brain Research Work

Copy of this report posted to “Dr. Jennifer Klay, Scientist –Asst Professor of Physics at Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo” on 26-10-2019
Copy of this report posted to “Federation of European Neuroscience Societies (FENS) on 26-10-2019
Copy of this report posted to “Johns Hopkins University” on 26-10-2019
Copy of this report posted to Imperial College Neuroscience Society” on 26-10-2019
Copy of this report posted to Kings College London Neuroscience” on 26-10-2019
Copy of this report posted to “British Association for Cognitive Neuroscience@bacn.co.uk” on 26-10-2019
Copy of this report posted to ‘The Times of India’ on 26-10-2019
Copy of this report posted to University of Leeds Neuroscience” on 26-10-2019
Copy of this report posted to Dr. Philip Plait, Scientist from United States –California” on 26-10-2019
Copy of this report posted to “Late Dr. Stephen Hawking, Scientist from London- U.K.” on 26-10-2019
Copy of this report posted to “NASA Crew and Thermal System Division – Space.Com” on 26-10-2019
Copy of this report posted to “CERN Org. Geneva (LHC scientists in search for ‘Fifth Force of Nature” on 26-10-2019
Copy of this report posted to “Society for Neuroscience” on 26-10-2019
Copy of this report posted to “Donald Trump – The President of United States” on 26-10-2019

Saturday, 19 October 2019

How to avoid Jet-lag in long haul flight?

                                                                   

                     How to avoid Jet-lag in long haul flight?
                                                         Date 16-10-2019
From
Nalin Anthoni Pillai, Scientist

To
BBC World News – London
U.K.

Sir,
     I am surprise to see an article titled as “Airline to test effects of 20-hr flight on people” appeared in ‘The Times of India’ dated 16-10-2019 stating that “For decades travelers have stoically endured jet lag as an unavoidable menace on long journeys. Now, as airlines push for record breaking non-stop flights halfway around the planet, efforts to counter the debilitating symptom are turning into a billion-dollar industry.
     Fresh insight into the physical and emotional toll of ultra-long haul travel should emerge this weekend when Qantas Airways flies direct from New York to Sydney. No airline has ever completed that route without stopping.  At nearly 20 hours, it’s set to be the world’s longest flight, leaving the US on Friday and landing in Australia during its Sunday morning.
    This will be more than endurance exercise. Scientists and medical researchers in the cabin will turn Qantas’s brand-new Boeing  Dreamliner into a high altitude laboratory. They’ll screen the brains of the pilots for alertness, while monitoring the food, sleep and activity of the few dozen passengers – including your truly. The aim is to see how humans hold up to the ordeal.
   
    This long haul flight from New York to Sydney normally affects the circadian clock in the brain caused by the insufficient secretion of melatonin that brings out jet lag. Only way to alter the circadian clock is to increasing the level of voltage in the brain through the medium of light. This is achievable by working on my invented Medical Instrument patented in the year 1998 gives a moral boost for the brain cells that makes the body and the brain as fresh as ever throughout the journey.
     My sincere appeal to all flight takers not to go for melatonin tablets or consumption of alcohol drink or heavy intake of food to suppress the jet lag can harm the body when circadian clock is affected by these intakes. The natural way to control this circadian clock by absorbing light with help of visual eyes using my invented Medical Instrument paves way for a healthy brain.
     Regard to this I had already published a paper titled as “How to avoid Jet Lag on a long travel flight? dated 30-8-2013 can be assessed from this website

More details also given in my paper titled as “Typical Cabin Configuration of Air Bus A380 on 30-8-2013

Let this beauty speak for long haul travel people.
By
   Nalin Anthoni Pillai
Brain Research Work
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Copy of this report posted to “CERN Org. Geneva (LHC Scientists in Search for Fifth Force of Nature” on 16-10-2019
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Copy of this report posted to “British Society of Gastroenterology (at the JPGN)” on 16-10-20-19
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Copy of this report posted to “University of Leeds Neuroscience” on 16-10-2019
Copy of this report posted to “Dr. Philip Plait, Scientist from United States – California” on 16-10-2019
Copy of this report posted to “Donald Trump – The President of United States” on 16-10-2019