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  • Sleep deprivation is a growing risk among adults and students? In the workplace it is worn as a badge where executives and their employees boast about how little sleep they can get by on. In case you are reading this and doubting, studies reveal that the number of people who can survive on five hours […]

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  • The disruptive approach to planning a life well lived, comprises more than the traditional elements of financial planning or taking care of one’s health by following western dietary standards. The approach is unique as it considers all aspects of protection and growth. The balance between the two is found in sound forward planning and implementation. […]

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  • Written By: Dr. Mark Sircus This article is copyrighted by GreenMedInfo LLC, 2015 In the Age of Toxicity one of the most common deficiencies and most life-threatening is magnesium. The good news is that it is easy to remedy… The U.S. Department of Agriculture says that about 60% of adults in the United States do not […]

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  • Written By: Kelly Brogan, M.D. This article is copyrighted by GreenMedInfo LLC, 2014 To sleep, perchance to dream. Many of us have a love hate relationship with sleep – making the time for it, honoring it, needing it, losing it, wanting it, partaking too much. A highly ritualized behavior, sleep also exemplifies the complexity of physiologic processes […]

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  • Sometimes we get so swept up in the hustle and bustle of daily life, that we barely have a moment to sit down and consider whether we have an investment and assurance portfolio that works for us. Consider at a few claim payment risks when building a beneficial assurance portfolio. Assurance Purchase Risks Benefits paid at […]

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  • Progressively shorter sleep was associated with a 45 percent increased risk of developing and/or dying from coronary heart disease within seven to twenty-five years from the start of the study. A similar relationship was observed in a Japanese study of over 4,000 male workers. Over a fourteen-year period, those sleeping six hours or less were […]

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  • Life assurer fails to pay claim on near fatal heart attack After a colleague suffered what is termed as a near fatal right ventricle myocardial infarction, (a defined heart attack under a policy of assurance) and not receiving his insurance payment as expected, we began studying what is NOT covered in the contract of assurance. […]

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  • The legal profession is rated as having the second most sleep deprived professionals with an average of 7 hours sleep a night. This was only 2 minutes less than the medical profession who had an average of 7 hours and 2 minutes. Is this true in for every country? Researchers analysed data from interviews with 27,157 adults as […]

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  • The ability to ‘fracture’ cover and price each need appropriately results in significant premium savings of 30% on average compared to traditional blocks of cover of any other life assurer. The financial services industry has over the past decades overpriced their life assurance products and thereby overcharged for the benefits received. This is a common […]

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  • Getting to sleep and staying asleep is a balance between the forces that promote sleep and those that keep you awake. The longer you are awake, the greater the build up of the need to sleep. This is called “sleep pressure”. Opposing this are the things that make getting to sleep difficult. A 2001 study, […]

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  • We all experience days where we wake unrefreshed and go about our day feeling tired, or reach our productivity threshold earlier than we would wish. If a once off or random occurence, it’s not serious however when one seeks the vibrancy of life, a ongoing suboptimal sleep pattern could be a likely cause. Without being […]

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  • In the world of being well, sleeping well is one of the most important factors to being fit for life and thereon fit for work. In our culture, there is an attitude that sleep indicates you are lazy. The cultural emphasis on work ethic also fosters the pervasive attitude is that one can sleep later […]

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  • Sleep, the tonic to well-being and protection from losing your mind plays a vital role in the quality of life and longevity. It’s reported that getting too little sleep across the adult lifespan will significantly raise, amongst other, your risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease. Noted further that: Two-thirds of adults in developed nations fail to obtain […]

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  • We all experience days where we wake unrefreshed and go about our day feeling tired, or reach our productivity threshold earlier than we would wish. If a once off or random occurence, it’s not serious however when one seeks the vibrancy of life, a ongoing suboptimal sleep pattern could be a likely cause. Without being […]

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  • Studies have found that after several nights of sleep disruption another chemical began to rise. Called tau, it is known to cause tangles in the brain and is also linked to Alzheimer’s disease. The scientists showed that poor sleep is associated with higher levels of two Alzheimer’s-associated proteins and think that perhaps chronic poor sleep during middle age may increase the […]

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  • The article states that long term sleep loss is serious, as a study from Harvard Medical School aptly demonstrates. For five years, they studied individuals who slept less than five hours each night. These subjects had a “300 percent greater risk of hardened arteries.” Dr. Stanley believes that losing even one, or more, hours of sleep over […]

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  • The statistics reveal that professionals are not immune to developing the most severe of illnesses or even dying many years before their time, with medical professionals being most at risk across all categories of claims. In this modern age of information and data being readily available, so too is human destroying fast food or contaminated food […]

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  •   No, it’s not short term insurance coverage or long term assurance coverage. It’s a far more exciting journey down the rabbit hole of personal empowerment, growth and protection. Some have defined it as personal risk management (PRM) or what we prefer calling financial well-being, as the process of identifying, measuring, and treating one’s personal […]

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  • The Art of Personal Risk Management

    No, it’s not short term insurance coverage or long term assurance coverage. It’s a far greater journey down the rabbit hole. Hungelmann (2016) defines personal risk management (PRM), as the process of identifying, measuring, and treating personal risk (including, but not limited to, insurance), followed by implementing the treatment plan and monitoring changes over time. […]

  • The Untimely Event of a Stroke and the Departure of the CEO

    Listed corporate organisations in South Africa are mandated as part of their listing requirement, to manage the risk exposure of the enterprise. According to King III, proper succession planning for the CEO and other senior executives must be put in place by the board. Various studies in the United States demonstrate the negative and positive […]

  • Can Movement Improve Performance in the Workplace?

    Global Concerns to Health and the Need for the Flow of Movement Across the globe, it is agreed by experts in the field of human performance enhancement, one of the biggest problems plaguing today’s organisations is something that is pervasive, invasive, and preventing people from achieving their personal and professional best. This has been referred […]

  • Can 2½ Minutes of Exercise Really Help Improve Performance?

    Shorter, more intense workouts are becoming very prevalent in the fitness world. While many contest to performing endless hours of exercise per week with the belief that the longer you exercise, the better. However ongoing research points to being able to improve your level of fitness and mobility while working out for a fraction of the […]

  • The Chief Executive Effect

    Larcker et al. (2012) suggests that there is no greater test of the viability of a company’s succession plan than the sudden death of its CEO. Approximately seven CEOs of publicly traded companies die each year in the U.S. The most common causes of death are cancer, heart attack, and stroke. Less frequent, although still […]

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