Tuesday, 10 February 2015

Easy way to end BAD HABITS

Cardionice greetings folks, 

Wondered always how to terminate minor unfruitful wrong thoughts and ha bits. 

Recently found a reasonable solution, 

We NICE group friends,thought of Displaying here, 

 it goes like this. .....       

There are number of distraction techniques helped children delay gratification more effectively. Such techniques included singing songs, thinking about something else, or covering the eyes.

Delaying gratification isn't always so cut-and-dry in the real world, however. While the children in Mischel's study had the promise of a secondary reward for waiting just a short period of time, everyday scenarios don't always come with this guarantee. If you give up that brownie, you still might not lose weight. If you skip a social event to study, you still might do poorly on the exam.

It is this uncertainty that makes giving up immediate rewards so difficult. That delicious treat in front of you now is a sure thing, but your goal of losing weight seems much further off and not so certain. uncertainty about future rewards is what makes delaying gratification such a challenge. " we don't know when these long-term rewards will arrive – or even if they will ever arrive. Give definitive time-frames: In situation where people are not sure when they will receive an expected reward, giving feedback on just how long they will have to wait can be beneficial. Train stations might post wait times, for example, while teachers might give students a definitive deadline for when students will receive a promised reward.

Set realistic deadlines: When trying to achieve a goal, such as losing weight, people are sometimes prone to either setting unrealistic deadlines. For example, a dieter might set himself up for failure if he makes a completely unrealistic goal of losing 10 pounds per week. When he fails to lose those first 10 pounds, he might then give up and give in to temptation. A more realistic goal of one pound per week would allow the dieter to see real results of his efforts.

So, friends answer is simple - deadline. .

<Let's do it, and may it be one step in making a better world around us />  

Thursday, 29 January 2015

Imagine your home.
# you are going inside your room.
# there was a box.
# people are standing around it.
# you trespassing them to see what is in the box.
# you are hearing what people talking
# you were lying inside the box.
What you want to hear from your people at your condolence, is what you lived.
So live like what you want to live

We all know this thing. If I do good, I get good. No one came up with the recipe to remain good. I am waiting for that

Thursday, 20 November 2014

Mitotane and infertility

Men with classic 21-hydroxylase deficiency are at risk for infertility.

The mechanisms are complex and involve three factors:

gonadotropin inhibition due to the excessive secretion of progestin by the adrenal glands,

obstruction of the rete testis, and

destruction of the testes by testicular adrenal rest tumors.

Antisecretory and antitumoral activities of mitotane, a drug that induces “chemical adrenalectomy restore the fertility of a man with both 21-hydroxylase deficiency and azoospermia.

The 21-hydroxylase deficiency was suspected at birth because of salt wasting and was confirmed by elevated serum levels of 17-hydroxyprogesterone and molecular analysis of CYP21A2.

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Thursday, 19 June 2014

hashCode and equals

Lets understand with a small example where and why hashCode and equals are used.

Java.lang.Object has methods called hasCode() and equals(). These methods play a significant role in the real time application. However its use is not always common to all applications. In some case these methods are overridden to perform certain purpose. I will explain you some concept of these methods and why it becomes necessary to override these methods.