Wednesday, January 21, 2009

HappY BirthdaY is 21st January 2009...bestnyer ari nih...coz, today is my Pa birthday....hhuhuhuhu...seronok sgt ari ni...ari ni jer, 2 kali aku wish kt Pa...memula kul 10am...
pas tu td dlm kul 6 lebih...seronok dpt dgr suara bithday man..hehehhehe..

Tp sayangnya, aku x der kt sebelah Pa tuk wish real2 depan mata x per la...CNY pun dh nk dekat..leh la blk kampung n wish nnt...

Thursday, January 15, 2009

AkAn TiBa

Hey hati ku..
mendambakan cinta namun tak kunjung tiba

Hatimu itu
Seperti apa yang ku mahu selama ini

Am Em
Ertikanlah pagi ku yang kaku tanpa kamu

Kau ku cinta
Engkaulah yang ku puja
Tertunggu selama ini takku jumpa
Dengan mu ku di lamun indah
Ku harap cinta akan tiba di hati kita..

Lihat kamu
Tak ku sedari
Waktu dh mulai tinggalkan ku

Kau kau kau
Buatku lupa mengapa ku disini pada mulanya..

Ertikanlah malam ku yang sayu dingin tanpamu

Setiap hari bersama mu
Ku ingin selalu dekatmu
Ku hitung saat dan waktu
Hingga hari esok kembali lagi....

Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Uncover Sexy Abs Without Crunches!

By Lucy Danziger, SELF Editor-in-Chief

Bathing suit season is a bit far off, which means it’s the perfect time to start developing the flat, sexy tummy you swear you’ll work on every year. Even if you loathe crunches, you’ll love the following easy, no-equipment moves. Work a few of these moves into your exercise routine three times a week (easing them in minimizes soreness), and then after two weeks, do them all together in one session. Then don’t be surprised if you find yourself surfing the web for bikinis, preparing to reveal your sleek new abs surfside.

Plank pose
Balance on toes and forearms (or palms) for up to a minute, pulling belly button to spine and keeping back straight.

Standing bicycle
Stand with feet hip-width apart, knees slightly bent, hands clasped behind head and elbows pointed out to sides. Straighten left leg as you lift right leg, knee bent, thigh parallel to floor. Keeping knee lifted and steady, twist torso toward right. Return to start. Repeat on other side for one rep. Do 10 reps.

Side winder
Stand with feet hip-width apart, knees slightly bent, hands clasped behind head and elbows pointed out to sides. Lift right leg to side, knee bent, thigh parallel to floor. Keeping knee lifted, bend torso to right side, bringing elbow and knee toward each other. Do 10 reps; switch sides; repeat.

Stand with feet shoulder-width apart, knees slightly bent, hands on hips. Lift right leg, knee bent, thigh parallel to floor with foot flexed. Straighten right leg, pressing heel toward floor, as you lean torso backward. Return to knee lift position and repeat five times. Switch sides and repeat.

Forward bend
Stand with feet hip-width apart, knees slightly bent, arms overhead with palms facing in. Lift right leg, knee bent, thigh parallel to floor. Keeping knee lifted and arms raised, bring torso and knee toward each other as close as you can. Return to start; switch sides and repeat for one rep. Do 10 reps.

Wednesday, January 7, 2009

Six Reasons We Have Bad Dreams

By: Brie Cadman

No one likes being jolted awake from a deep sleep, especially when what riled you up was an assailant, a snake in the bed, or being engulfed by flames. Bad dreams—or worse, nightmares—aren’t just annoying; when reoccurring, they can disrupt a good night’s sleep, and sometimes, life.

On the spectrum of dreams, missing an important exam or showing up naked to work pales in comparison to nightmares, which are defined as bad dreams that wake the sleeper. They occur during rapid eye movement (REM) late in the evening and because we jerk awake during them, we usually remember all too clearly the fear, anxiety, and horrors.

Though more common among children, nightmares and bad dreams happen throughout life. But is there anything we can do to prevent the bad things from creeping into our sleep?

1. Anxiety and Stress
Anxiety and stress, often as the result of a traumatic life event, are sometimes the cause of nightmares and bad dreams. According to the International Association for the Study of Dreams (IASD), a major surgery or illness, grieving over the loss of a loved one, and suffering or witnessing an assault or major accident can trigger bad dreams and nightmares. Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is also a common cause of recurrent nightmares.

Not all nightmare triggers have to be traumatic, however. Everyday stressors, such as job or financial anxiety, or major life transitions such as moving or divorce, can also cause nightmares.

2. Spicy Foods
When and what we eat may affect our nighttime rest, if not our tendency toward bad dreams. A small study published in the International Journal of Psychophysiology had a group of healthy men eat spicy meals before bed on some evenings and compared their quality of sleep on nights where they had non-spiced meals. On the spicy nights, the subjects spent more time awake and had poorer quality sleep. The explanation is that spicy food can elevate body temperatures and thus disrupt sleep. This may also be the reason why some people report bad dreams when they eat too close to bedtime. Though few studies have looked at it, eating close to bedtime increases metabolism and brain activity and may prompt bad dreams or nightmares.

3. Fat Content of Food
Though far from conclusive, some research has indicated that the more high-fat food you consume during the day, the greater the chance that the amount and quality of your sleep may suffer. A small study published in 2007 in Psychological Reports found that the dreams of people who ate a high amount of organic food differed from those who ate “junk foods.” The authors hypothesize that certain foods may negatively influence dreaming.

4. Alcohol
Though alcohol is a depressant that will help you fall asleep in the short term, once its effects wear off, it can cause you to wake up prematurely. Excess consumption can also lead to nightmares and bad sleep; nightmares are also a common occurrence for those going through alcohol withdrawal.

5. Drugs
Some drugs, including antidepressants, barbiturates, and narcotics, can cause nightmares as a side effect. For instance, a 2008 study published in the journal Pyschopharmacology looked at ketamine, a drug used in anesthesia and recreationally, and found that compared with a placebo, ketamine use resulted in more dream unpleasantness and increased the incidence of bad dreams. Similarly, anyone who has traveled to a country where malaria is endemic may have taken Lariam and had some interesting nightmares associated with it. Nightmares usually cease once the drug is cleared from the system.

6. Illness
Illnesses that include fever, such as the flu, can often trigger nightmares. And other sleeping disorders, including apnea and narcolepsy, may also increase the incidence of bad dreams and nightmares.

While bad dreams and nightmares are considered normal responses in dealing with everyday experiences, the IASD recommends consultation with a therapist if they last in intensity and severity. But trying to eliminate these six factors first may be the best place to start in your quest to sweeten your dreams and chase the nighttime demons away.

At Last...

at last berjaya juga nk tambah my music box kt dlm blog nih...(thnx Ejay atas pertolongan td)...thnx so much....
so, ada la skit permbaharuan kt blog aku nih...i'm so happy tonite...hehehe...rasa cm x leh tido lak...:D

Sunday, January 4, 2009

Hello 2009

2008 dh berlalau...but there is a lot of memory left in the past year..byk yang aku belajar dlm 2008..cara2 tuk berkawan..cara2 tuk berkasih sayang..cara2 tuk menjaga hati org lain..cara2 tuk menjaga hati n diri sendiri..huhuh...byk lg lew..kalo nk d ceritakan, sampe ke sudah x siap lew my first post tuk tahun br nih..hhuhuhuh...

tapi apa2 pun..kita tetap manusia..manusia mmg penuh dgn memory..indah, suka, pahit, gembira, sedih..semuanya human is human..wateva had happen, life must goes on...x perlu nk terbawa2 ke tahun baru nih..apa2 pun...ucapan tuk 2009...

WELCOME 2009..hope tis year will bring lots of good then bad memory to all of us.. :D

2009, perjalan masih hari ke 4...ada lg 361 hari lg menjelang tahun 2010..pasti penuh dgn azam2 baru kan...??4 me..i just drag all the uncompleted in the year 2008 to 2009...hope this year all will be success..amin..

still in the mood of cuti2 malaysia...3rd of February 2009 br nk start keje sepenuhnya...besh ke cuti lelama ada org tanya bile dh nk ujung2 cuti tu..hope cam ader lg cuti2 2..hehehe..actually, for those yg blom tahu knp aku cuti lelama ni...ujung bulan 11/2008 ari tu aku xcident...impact from the xcident..ibu jari tng kanan aku ni, menurut n mengikut nasihat doc..tu yg cuti lelama gaji tetap berjalan...hehehe...

oklah..gtg..ada keje nk d settlekan dulu nih..kang kalo aku free2 lg..ada la yg akan bertambah dlm blog nih..hehe...da...