One secret for men

After the age of 50
one may experience
many types of illnesses.🤔
the one I am most worried about is Alzheimer’s.
Not only would I not be able to look after myself,
it would cause
a lot of inconveinence to family members….
One day,
my son Rahul
came home and told me
a doctor friend
has taught him an exercise using the tongue.
The tongue exercise is effective to reduce the onset of Alzheimer’s and is also useful to reduce / improve
1 Body weight
2 Hypertension
3 Blood-Clot in Brain
4 Asthma
5 Far-sightedness
6 Ear buzzing
7 Throat infection
8 Shoulder / Neck infection
9 Insomia
The moves are very simple and easy to learn….
Each morning, when you wash your face, in front of a mirror, do the exercise as below :

stretch out your tongue and move it to the right then to the left for 10 times
Since I started exercising my tongue daily, there was improvement in my Brain Retention.
My mind was clear and fresh and there were other improvements too…

1 Far sightedness
2 No giddiness

  1. Improved wellness
  2. Better digestion
  3. Lesser flu / cold
    I am stronger and more agile.

🎀 Notes
The tongue exercise helps to control and prevent Alzheimer’s…
Medical research has found that the tongue has connection with the BIG Brain. When our body becomes old and weak, the first sign to appear is that our tongue becomes stiff and often we tend to bite ourselves.
Frequently exercising your tongue
will stimulate the brain,
help to reduce our thoughts from shrinking and thus achieve a healthier body.
👨👨👨‍🔬Senior Citizens👨👨👨‍🔬
“Dr. Ramaphakela , encouraged each person receiving this newsletter to forward it to another ten people, certainly at least one life will be saved … I’ve done my part, I hope you can help do your part. thanks!


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