|Verb||1.||energise - raise to a higher energy level; "excite the atoms" |
|2.||energise - cause to be alert and energetic; "Coffee and tea stimulate me"; "This herbal infusion doesn't stimulate" |
affect - act physically on; have an effect upon; "the medicine affects my heart rate"
cathect - inject with libidinal energy
reanimate, recreate, revivify, vivify, revive, renovate, animate, quicken, repair - give new life or energy to; "A hot soup will revive me"; "This will renovate my spirits"; "This treatment repaired my health"
At the beginning of the year many people make resolutions for the new year. Some simply pick one word and that's what i'm going to do. I decided to make my focus word ENERGISE as this is what i most want and need. I havent been recharging very well for years already so the belief is that by focusing on this word energy will come.
When googled the word comes up as ENERGIZE which of course lead me to this. OK i want to be like brand new energised energizers or would that be energized energisers? Whatever; will these 4 help?
or maybe better yet i'll take one of these:
Right now i haven't got enough energy to check and see if i got this straight so don't be going and googling it cuz you might find totally different info but i think it's a laser that's precisely tuned to energise a layer of sodium atoms that are found in the upper layers of the atmosphere. It's thought to be a leftover from meteorites entering the earths atmosphere....or something like that....
Say what?!? There's leftovers going to waste? Please land on me instead; i sure could use them!
I have Primary Biliary Cirrhosis. I've had it for 12 years. It's a chronic liver disease that causes slow, progressive distruction of bile ducts in the liver, thereby interfering with the excretion of bile.
Fatigue is the most common complaint of those afflicted with PBC. Most people haven't heard of it and there's still many Drs. who don't understand what it is or what to do about it although it's been around and known for a hundred years or more.
No, i've never been a boozer; thought i should mention it straight up as that's what most people think when they hear the word cirrhosis. I wouldn't deny it if i were/was, honestly! i know nobody cares, but alcohol related liver disease is different than this and most PBC'ers wern't/arn't boozers. It's an auto-immune disease and really too bad it has this unfortunate C word in it's name because some never do get to the stage of actually having cirrhosis but we're still stuck with the name.
Women are affected 10 times more frequently than men. PBC is usually diagnosed in people 30 - 60 years old and many are diagnosed by finding of an abnormality during routine liver blood tests.
Itching and fatigue are common symptoms along with jaundice, cholesterol deposits in the skin, darkening of the skin (like a permanent suntan) or fluid accumulation in the abdomen and/or ankles. The telling tale for me was an itchy 3" x 4" patch of skin on one arm along with fatigue.
Other disorders associated with PBC are impaired functioning of the tear and salivary glands, arthritis, thyroid problems, renal stones and gallstones.
There's no known cause or cure although a wonderful medicine originally derived from bears bile called Urso, now made synthetically helps some people tremendously and most PBC'ers die from something else.
ENERGY, please find me, there's so much i want to do in this new year of 2011 and not all is selfishly wished for.
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