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Is Exercise Helpful In Kidney Stones?

Submitted by: Harry Davidon

Exercise is plays a vital role in the development and fitness of an individual. It is well known that exercise helps an individual to attain fitness and fight from various kinds of body problems. It is the exercise and balanced diet that gives your body energy to fight against the ailments and other disorders.

Kidney stone is one of the most popular and highly problematic ailments that require immediate action and attention. It has been termed as a highly painful ailment in which a patient tends to face a number of problems. Kidney stone pain is so intense that it has been compared to the pain that a woman experience during child birth. Kidney stones are hard pieces of some substance from urine of an individual; mostly it is due to the deposits of calcium oxalates. The size and color of stones varies but that does not lay much difference in the problems associated with it.

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The stones may be as small as sand granules and as big as a golf ball. The movement, blockage and the problems caused by these stones hardly matter with their color. A lot many remedies are suggested to the patients that prove to be helpful in tackling this ailment. It has been stated that regular weight bearing exercise will help store calcium in bones, which would otherwise it gets excreted in the urine.

Exercise has been stated well in a sense; as it would help an individual to remain fit and cut his excess weight. A patient with less or ideal weight is thought to be less prone to kidney stones; as it will help the patient to remain active and slim. It has been observed that exercise should be undertaken to an optimum level. Exercise tends to increase dehydration and can cause lactic acidosis both the factors that contribute to the risk of kidney stones, so it is really important to consider the amount of exercise that should be taken by every individual.

It has been suggested that the intake of fluid with exercising should be taken care in all climates as some people tend to decrease the fluid intake when the weather is cold; as the feeling of thirst is comparatively low. It has been observed that one tends to feel thirstier with the increase in physical activity; and therefore the requirement of water and other fluids increases. An individual should keep his water requirement fulfilled in order to save oneself from dehydration. Hence, exercise can prove to be beneficial and hazardous at the same time, the need is to understand its optimum level. Exercise undertaken to the required level proves to be highly advantageous in not only preventing kidney stones but also treating to some extent. Hence, exercise should be undertaken by the kidney stones patients to enable themselves to cope up with the problem in an easier way.

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Marketing To Baby Boomers How Many Demographics Are We Really Talking About?

By Patricia Winker

The Baby Boomer generation is a hotly sought after market and has been for some time now. Perhaps you’ve marketed a few items to this generation. Maybe you’ve had some success. However, if you are trying to market to Baby Boomers you need to narrow your age group. Why? Because the generally accepted time frame of this demographic is someone born between 1946 and 1964. That is one wide range of ages to target!

From data supplied by the US Census Bureau, we know that we have a huge population of aging Americans. When we take this group of people and put them all together in a single demographic, we are causing a marketing nightmare. How can you market to Boomers as if they are all the same age when the period in history that we refer to spans almost two decades?

Just to be clear; in 2010, people born during the baby boom years are ages 46 to 64. People in their 40’s are vastly different than people in their 60’s. They have different life experiences, histories, wants, and needs. This time spans an entire generation.

If you search the term “baby boomer” you will be marketing to a group of people who have been lumped together by an arbitrary measure of time. Can you afford to waste your time marketing to this one, vast group of people with the same product? A 40 year old will buy a different product than a 60 year old.

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If I search a website that says they have products for baby boomers, and I find out that their products are luxury cruises for retired people with time on their hands and money to spend, I will be upset, or maybe even insulted, if I am 46 years old. I may have kids at home yet, am working two jobs just to save money for their college education, and am as far away from time or money for a luxury cruise than you can get!

If I click on a website that uses the general term “boomer” in their marketing vernacular, and the products they sell are anti-aging creams and serums, which age group are they targeting? In my 40’s I may have bought up every anti-aging cream on the market, but folks in their 60’s may be not as interested in anti-aging lotions and more interested in moisture and sun protection.

How can you target your products more specifically to the age group you intended them for? To begin with, you may want to drop the “baby boomer” references entirely. It’s perfectly fine to use that term as a general “remember when” reference, but when it comes to a direct sales approach, you’d better know your market better than that.

So, yes, use the term Baby Boomer Generation when you want to talk about something from your past… a little nostalgia is great. But, when your product will help someone in their 40’s, it may be wrongly marketed to someone in their 60’s.

If you are 46 years old and you receive a product endorsement for Medicare Supplement Insurance how would you feel? I guarantee the name of that product, and your name, would forever be thought of as untrustworthy and an unreliable source. Take a lesson from AARP – that letter comes almost exactly on your 50th birthday. They are not sending them out to a generic Baby Boomer demographic.

It’s often said that when you’re writing something for many people to read, “write for one person.” I must add, “sell to one person.” Know the one person you are marketing to, and not just some arbitrary demographic. Your product, and you, will be rewarded with the trust and esteem of your audience – and, hopefully, customers.

People in their 40’s, 50’s, and 60’s don’t want to be lumped together anymore than someone in their 20’s wants to be grouped with someone in their 40’s. You are marketing to a very different group of people, so treat us as individuals.

Take action now to change your marketing strategy. Drop the Baby Boomer Generation references from your marketing strategies. We are NOT one age group. This demographic is confusing at best and using this generic term won’t help you market to the so-called baby boomers. Once you focus your marketing on a specific group, rather than a confusing demographic, you’ll earn the respect of all of us Boomers… of every age!

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