As a group, society gets uncomfortable when it comes to women’s sexuality and nudity, especially in public. Natalie Angier, a journalist and New York Times best-selling author, is not intimidated when it comes to these matters. In her book An Intimate Geography, Angier explores the female body and all of its wonders. This novel opened my eyes and my attitudes to many events that are happening in society. When reading Natalie Angier’s book, the element that captivated my attention the most was the chapter regarding breasts, titled Circular Reasoning.
Women who aspire to possess a quintessential figure, an hourglass body shape or appear like a gorgeous celebrity may be in constant search for products or programs that supposedly will enable them to achieve their dreams. Beyonce, Scarlett Johannson and Kim Kardashian are perfect examples of celebrities with gorgeous figures. The masses aspire to mimic them. Large busts, small waists and curvy hips are an attraction for men and women all over the world. Achieving such a figure takes extreme effort, this may involve diets and exercise that are time consuming and in some cases ineffective.
During the 21st century, advertisements use many methods to attract the audience. Companies, especially cosmetic companies, use their advertisements to manipulate their viewers to make them think that they need their beauty products. Revlon is a perfect example of these cosmetic companies that play with your mind. Revlon’s mascara commercial campaign utilizes ethos, pathos, and logos.
Every little girl deserves to know she is beautiful, every young lady deserves to know what she is worth, and every woman deserves to feel confident in her own skin. But there comes a time in every girl’s life when she feels insecure and unattractive. Some say “accept it” and others say “change it”. Cosmetic surgery is the reshaping of body parts and includes procedures such as breast augmentation, facelift, and liposuction and has been around for hundreds of years and it is no surprise that women today feel as though cosmetic surgery is acceptable and an easy “fix me up”. The truth is that cosmetic surgery should not be done on anyone’s natural and beautiful body, unless it is for a medical reason or emergency. Cosmetic surgery
The subject of women’s bodies has been a topic of mass discussion for many years. With the advancement of technology, the distortion and manipulation of images has come to reach an all time high. For many clothing companies, especially retailers of intimates such as Victoria’s Secret, the emphasis of advertising focuses on the beauty and body of the depicted woman. There are various expectations of what a woman should look like and the debate over “the perfect body” has been an issue of controversy for many years. While there are various differences between cultures, the idea is generally the same; women’s bodies and beauty is where the focus is as it is worth more.
The Cherokee people used plants for medicinal use. In fact, some plants had more than one use. Take the Qua lo ga, or common Sumac, for example. This plant can be made into a tea that helps to reduce fevers, or can be a decoction, which is the liquor resulting from concentrating the essence of a substance by heating or boiling. Common Sumac decoction can be gargled for sore throats and diarrhea. Qua lo ga also has other uses; such as the fresh bruised leaves and ripe berries poultice can soothe poison ivy and you can also drink qua lo ga for vitamin C. Another plant is the tobacco- like one, mullein. Mullein tea can be used as a mild sedative and its decoction can be used to soak swollen feet and relieve swelling in joints. Other uses include inhaling the smoke from root to soothe asthma attacks and chest congestion.
Ladies who try to have a quintessential figure, an hourglass body shape or show up like a stunning VIP may be in consistent quest for items or projects that as far as anyone knows will empower them to accomplish their fantasies. Beyonce, Scarlett Johannson and Kim Kardashian are flawless cases of superstars with exquisite figures. The masses seek to copy them. Extensive busts, little waists and breathtaking hips are a fascination for men and ladies everywhere throughout the world. Accomplishing such a figure requires compelling exertion, this may include weight control plans and activity that are tedious and now and again inadequate.
Many women face the fear that they are not good enough for anyone or even themselves. They always find something that is apart of their body that is not quite how they like it. Since women find something about themselves that is not good enough, they think that they need to change their body in order to be happy. A common way of changing their body is by getting cosmetic plastic surgery; particularly silicone breast implants. It may seem like it is a great idea at the time, but once the person changes what they do not like about themselves, they will find another thing that causes them to get cosmetic plastic surgery again. These types of procedures are known to cause problems a couple years later. Women will keep choosing to get plastic surgery until they are satisfied-which will be never. Therefore, silicone breast implants should be prohibited.
After breastfeeding, they may have lost volume and started sagging. This happened because of hormonal changes. There are two main types of breast enhancement, including breast augmentation and breast lift. Women who like the size of their breasts but would like them to sit a bit higher, a breast lift may be the right choice. However, if volume is lost and the breasts are sagging, augmentation with implants may be the best option. There is less scarring with implants than with a lift. After several pregnancies, both a breast lift and implants may be needed to return the breasts to their pre-pregnancy
Abstract: Anxiety is an unavoidable part of life and we will experience it at some point. It is a totally normal emotion. Normal anxiety can happen when faced with an important decision to make, it quickly comes and goes. An anxiety disorder however, is much more serious as the nervous feelings remain constant and can interfere with a person’s ability to lead a normal life. There are many potential triggers for an anxiety disorder to develop and one being the menopause. As Cimicfuga racemosa is already associated with reducing hot flashes and it may also be a potential treatment for menopausal anxiety disorders.
If they have lost a lot of volume, implants may be the best option because they add volume. A breast lift raises the breasts and repositions the nipple, but in order for it to look good, there needs to be some tissue still in the breast. When you have a consultation with our specialist, you may discuss incision placement because it is a key concern for placing implants.
A breast cannot be seen as nonsexual in today’s society “I think the real obscenity comes from raising our youth to believe that sex is bad and ugly and dirty, and yet it is heroic to go spill guts and blood in the ghastliest manner in the name of humanity but ask yourself this question what is more obscene sex or war?” (Forman). Today, in America it is illegal for a woman to be topless or breastfeed in public. States such as Louisiana a woman showing her breast can be sent to jail for up to three years, or fined a ridiculous amount. Free the Nipple argues a mission to stop the sexualization of a body part that is not sexual. Double standards have been an issue in society, aging back to 1851 when Amelia Bloomer was the first
In some publications it is stated that it is possible to stimulate growth achieving higher volume and an increase in breast size naturally, which is one of the greatest desires of women with small breasts. Breasts are composed of a glandular tissue and fat located above the pectoral muscle so that
Aromatherapy is the therapeutic use of plant derived essential oils to promote physical and psychological well-being. Essential oils or aromatherapy oils have been around for thousands of years based on accounts that place the first uses of aromatherapy in 3,000 BC by the Egyptian people.
The University of Maryland Medical Center states that Herbal Therapy also called botanical medicine or phytomedicine, refers to using plant’s, seeds, berries, leaves, barks, or flowers for medicinal purposes. Herbalism has a long tradition of use outside conventional medicine. It is becoming more mainstream as improvements in analysis and quality control, along with advances in clinical research, show the value of herbal medicine in treating and preventing diseases. Herbal medicine is a natural, non-toxic way to treat many conditions of ill-health. It is holistic, meaning it treats the whole person, embracing all levels of an individual: physical, mental, emotional and spiritual. Herbal medicines are widely preferred by some individuals all