Buying Herbal Health Care Products From The Best

It is common knowledge that as a consumer you should always buy your products and services from the very best out there. This is even more applicable as far as herbal health care products are concerned. The dangers of buying from a bad service provider are many – and since it is your health we are talking about over here it is even more necessary to be that bit careful. They can sell your poor quality products that your health and body may not agree with and this, in turn, can lead to serious consequences down the line as well. This is why buying from the very best service providers in this domain is always the best option.

How are they available?

Normally, these herbal health care products are available in two major forms – powder and capsules. Following are the main varieties into which they can be categorized:

- Amla powder
- hair remedies
- anti acne solutions
- Henna
- baby care products
- Henna powder
- bath oils
- herbal travel kits
- bath salts
- lip balms
- body wash products
- massage creams
- bubble bath
- massage gels
- conditioners
- massage oils
- creams
- Mehndi products
- dietary supplements
- Moisturizer
- essential oils
- natural Henna
- face masks
- personal care products
- face packs
- Reetha powder
- face scrubs
- shampoos
- face washes
- Shikakai powder
- facial kits
- soaps
- gels
- spa kits
- general products
- sun lotions
- hair care products
- tablets
- hair color powders
- tea bags
- hair conditioners
- toner
- hair creams
- travel kits
- hair oils

Sizes in which these products are available

This may not seem to be so important a criterion when it comes to these products.

But it has to be acknowledged that no two people are the same. The amount of products that you need is never going to be the same as someone else. For example, let us say that you need a product only for a limited period of time such as a few days or a week at the most. On the other hand, there could be another person with a chronic condition who might have to use a product for a really long time. So, it is but natural that both of you would not need the same quantity and this would be reflected in your order as well.

At the same time, it also needs to be mentioned that no two sellers of these products are the same. They all are going to sell these products in different quantities. However, there are always going to be some general sizes in which you are going to find them for sure.

Some of them may be mentioned as below:

10 caps
1 kg
100 gm
100 ml
5 kg
150 gm
15 ml
200 gm
500 gm
50 gm
50 ml
550 gm
60 caps
60 + 60 caps
60 + 90 caps
90 caps
90 + 60 caps
90 + 90 caps

The top brands

The benefit of buying herbal health care products from the top brands is that they always have the leading brands in this domain such as Calix Herbal, Himalaya, Herbal life, and Khadi Natural to name a few. They do this for some simple reasons. First of all, they know that this is a cut throat world and the only way they are going to stay ahead of the curve is by offering the very best to their customers.

The only way to do that is by offering the brands that we have mentioned earlier. They know that when they give the very best to their customers they would be pleased since they would be benefited. This, in turn, would mean that they would trust them a lot more and spread a good word or two about them on a regular basis. Now, the value of good publicity in the present day context cannot be ignored at any cost whatsoever. They would also come back time and again to them and this, in turn, would mean better sales and profits for them at the end of the day.

From a customer’s point of view, it would be beneficial for you as well since you would be able to gain the benefits of using the best products in circulation. The brands that were mentioned earlier are at the top for a certain reason. They know what works and what does not and they are always on the lookout for development in quality. So, in the end, it is a win-win situation for you no matter how you look at it.

Prompt delivery

The thing with buying herbal health care products from the best service providers is that you get the product delivered right at the doorstep of your home and that too within a day of ordering it. Now consider doing the same thing at a physical store. You will have to make the physical effort to go there in person, order the product, and then buy it. At times, you may not even know if they store it or not. If they do not then it means you need to wait and quite often you may have to wait for a long time like a couple of days in order to get a medicine that you need on an urgent basis.

However, with a top class service provider all you need to do is visit its official website, look up the product that you wish to purchase, and order it online. Apart from the fact that you are saving a lot of effort this way you are able to save plenty of time and money as well that would have otherwise been incurred in trying to go and buy it physically from a store as such.

Discounts

If you are looking to buy herbal health care products from service providers such as the ones we are talking about then you also got another reason to do so – discounts. On an average, these service providers would offer you discounts in the range of 30 percent. As it is, these products cost you quite a lot of money for the simple reason that they are made from the best ingredients and would only benefit you in the long run. Now, if you are able to shave off that much from the actual price then you can save a lot of money.

Now, contrast this with a physical store. You have to go there and come back – so there is some money being spent on that. On top of that, they are going to charge you the full price. The maximum discount that they would offer you is 10 percent. So, it is not really worth the effort when compared to online stores, is it?

So, if you think of all the advantages and benefits of buying from these top class online stores it is perhaps a really easy decision to buy your herbal health care products from them.

Is Team Training Effective at Healthcare Sites?

In the June 2016 issue of the Journal of Applied Psychology the authors Eduardo Salas, Lauren Benishek, Megan Gregory and Ashley Hughes in an article titled “Saving Lives: A Meta-Analysis of Team Training in Healthcare” set out to answer the question as to whether team training is effective in healthcare, whether it leads to reduced mortality and improved health outcomes.

Their research stated that a preventable medical error occurs in one in every three hospital admissions and results in 98,000 deaths per year, a figure corroborated in To Err is Human. Teamwork errors through failure in communications accounts for 68.3% of these errors. Thus, effective team training is necessary to reduce errors in hospitals and ambulatory sites.

The authors used a meta-analysis research method to determine whether there are effective training methods in the healthcare setting that can have a significant impact on medical errors, which would in turn improve outcomes and reduce costs by eliminating the costs associated with the errors. A meta-analysis is a broad research of existing literature to answer the research questions posed by the research team or authors.

The research team posed three questions to answer:

1. Is team training in healthcare effective?

2. Under what conditions is healthcare team training effective?

3. How does healthcare team training influence bottom-line organizational outcomes and patient outcomes?

The team limited its meta-analysis to healthcare teams even though there is a great deal of research available about the effectiveness of team training in other industries and service organizations. The team believes that healthcare teams differ significantly from teams in other areas in as much that there can be much greater team fluidity in healthcare. That is, team membership is not always static, especially at sites such as hospitals and outpatient surgical centers. There are more handoffs at these sites.

Although there is greater fluidity in team membership at healthcare sites, roles are well defined. For instance, a medical assistant’s role at a primary care site is well defined even though different MA’s may be working with one physician. These roles are further defined and limited by state licensure. As the research team stated in their article, “these features make healthcare team training a unique form of training that is likely to be developed and implemented differently than training in more traditional teams… ”

The team assessed their research of articles using Kirkpatrick’s model of training effectiveness, a widely used framework to evaluate team training. It consists of four areas of evaluation:

1. Trainee reactions

2. Learning

3. Transfer

4. Results

Reaction is the extent to which the trainee finds the instruction useful or the extent to which he enjoys it. Learning is defined as a relatively permanent change in knowledge, skills and abilities. The authors note that team training is not a hard skill, as learning to draw blood. Rather, it is a soft knowledge skill. Some researchers question whether it is possible to measure the acquisition of these soft team skills effectively. The team of authors effectively argue that it can.

Transfer is the use of trained knowledge, skills and abilities at the work site. That is, can team training be effectively applied in the work setting? Results are the impacts of the training on patient health, the reduction of medical errors, the improved satisfaction of patients and a lowering of costs in providing care.

In order to assure that the changes in these four areas were ‘real’ the team only used literature that had both pre-assessments and post-assessments to see if there were statistically significant changes in the four areas.

Using this assessment rubric the team was able to answer the three questions that it posited. First, team training in healthcare is effective. Healthcare team training closely matches training in other industries and service organizations.

Secondly, training is effective, surprisingly, regardless of training design and implementation, trainee characteristics and characteristics of the work environment. The use of multiple learning strategies versus a single training strategy does not matter. Simulations of a work environment are not necessary. Training can occur in a standard classroom.

Training is effective for all staff members regardless of certification. Training of all clinical personnel as well as administrative staff is effective. Team training also is effective across all care settings.

Lastly, the team’s meta-analysis shows that within the Kirkpatrick rubric team training is effective in producing the organizational goals of better care at lower costs with higher patient satisfaction. In the rubric trainee reactions are not nearly as important as learning and transfer in producing results. It is important that trainers use both pre-training assessments and post-training assessments to measure whether there learning of skills, knowledge and abilities were learned and whether these were transferred to the work site. Effectiveness of training should always be assessed in order that training programs can be consistently improved.

In my September 2017 newsletter “Team Meetings” I described the elements of good team training as well as provided a link to the American Medical Associations team training module as part of Stepsforward series of learning modules. You can find this newsletter online here. With these training instructions as a beginning healthcare providers can learn to work more effectively as teams and thus produce better care at a lower cost with higher satisfaction of both patients and providers.

Physical and Psychological Effects of Heroin Abuse

Every day, at least 115 people die from an opioid overdose in the United States of America and around 4-6 percent people dependent on opioids switch to heroin, abused as a cheaper substitute to the prescription drugs. It is an illegal opioid prepared from poppy plant and listed as a Schedule I drug under the Controlled Substances Act by the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA). People with dried out prescriptions of painkillers resort to heroin, which is cheaper and easily available. It is smoked, snorted or injected for its euphoric effects.

According to the United Nations, the number of heroin users in the U.S. is the highest in last 20 years. Many drug dealers mix it with fentanyl and other fatal drugs to reduce the cost and increase the potency. Gullible users buy it thinking it’s pure heroin and end up suffering from deadly consequences. Sold in a number of forms, such as solid black chunks, white or brown powder or sticky black substance, heroin is fast in delivering its potent effects. It blocks the brain’s ability to perceive pain by depressing the central nervous system.

As it imitates the brain’s natural process of seeking pleasure, its preliminary experience can lead to tolerance, which slowly transitions to dependence and addiction. With time, more and more quantity of the drug is required to produce the same effects. Eventually, all that users care about is drug acquisition by any means. They isolate themselves from social obligations and personal responsibilities, and prefer to stay alone.

Heroin causes changes in white and gray matter of brain

Recurrent exposure to heroin is not only habit forming; it also starts affecting the white and gray matter of the brain, which in turn, starts affecting the hormonal and neuronal functions of the body. These changes cannot be undone easily. According to the researchers, exposure to heroin might result in the disruption of the brain’s white matter, which connects different regions of the brain with each other and facilitates the transmission of chemical and electrical signals. In the same manner, gray matter located in the regions controlling muscle movements and emotions, hearing, speech, sight, behavior and decision making is also affected by recurrent drug use.

It leads to a disruption in the gray matter volume in the frontal cortex region. This is the area where complicated thinking takes place and information is processed for recollecting and understanding. The disruption in white and gray matter regions of the brain can lead to long-term incongruences in the hormonal and neuronal systems and with repeated intake, the ability to react to stressful situations, make decisions and control behavior decreases.

In addition to short-term physical symptoms, heroin abuse can also lead to long-term health consequences, like increased risk of HIV and other infections due to shared needles, mental health issues like depression and paranoia, reproductive issues like irregular menstrual cycle, and damage to nose tissues due to snorting. Heroin abuse can also lead to troubled relationships, financial problems, legal battles, unemployment and homelessness. Some of the behavioral signs indicating heroin abuse and addiction could be stealing or borrowing money, and hostile or deceptive behavior.

When used in excess and for a longer period, the risk of overdose increases. Some of the overdose effects are depressed heart rate, slowed breathing (condition known as respiratory depression), coma and even death. When the user tries to abruptly stop drug use, it can lead to uncomfortable withdrawal symptoms manifested in the form of muscle and bone pain, nausea, agitation, insomnia, and vomiting, drug cravings, cold sweat, diarrhea and fever.

Treatment for drug abuse and mental issues

As heroin withdrawal can be enormously painful, it is sensible to seek treatment under the supervision of a medical professional at a rehab center. Chronic use of any drug requires care from trained and experienced specialists who can diagnose the underlying problem and administer the right recovery plan. The treatment may include detox, medication and behavioral therapies. When a drug user also suffers from a mental illness, it’s called co-occurring disorder or dual diagnosis. Both the conditions need to be treated simultaneously for complete recovery. Leaving one undiagnosed or untreated can worsen both the problems.