Have you tried the “freedom” button?

Have you tried the “freedom” button?

The “freedom” button is life changing… EVERYTHING gets dramatically wonderful… Here’s the full story…

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HUGE epiphany on the golf course…

A student of mine was playing golf at the driving range.

Then he puts down the club and sticks himself with a needle.

He was giving himself an insulin shot…

Some other golfers were eying this guy giving himself a shot…

That’s about when my student began taking my advice and used a much simpler method to reverse diabetes instead of sticking himself with more insulin.

You see, men with type 2 diabetes often have more than enough insulin in their bodies. They need to reverse their diabetes, and insulin doesn’t help with that.

But I found there are two simple things you can do in the kitchen instead…requiring just a few minutes of your time…

Not only will your blood sugars levels improve… But you’ll also be on your way to reversing your diabetes 100% naturally.

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Have you tried the “freedom” button?

“Matt, I’m always feeling on edge and distracted. I feel like I can never focus, concentrate, or even be happy.”

I hear variations of this theme a lot when I talk to my students.

Let’s face it, modern life can be…overwhelming.

You have to be “on” 24 hours a day.

People expect you to pick up your phone. They expect you to answer text messages or emails instantly.

Studies show that every time you check email, a social feed, or respond to a notification…

…your mind requires 23 minutes of re-focus time to get back on task.

It’s a phenomenal cost to our entire workforce and to each of us individually as we strive to do our best work.

And there never seems to be any downtime or time for fun.

All this pressure to be always available to anyone in your network – whether it’s work or home or school – gets really old, really fast.

And it COMPLETELY undermines what most people actually want out of life.

I have found that most people want real connections with other people.

Whether that be their spouse or their friends, they want to feel like they belong and that they matter.

That’s completely normal. It’s how everyone feels most of the time.

Thankfully, there’s a setting on your phone (that most people never use) that can help you get that feeling of connection with other people.

Let’s look at how it works.

Phones and computers are revolutionary technologies.

The Internet has made life better for countless people.

We’re more efficient than ever before and we have access to the entire world with just a click of a button.

But like many things, the Internet and modern technology have their downside.

It’s making us feel less connected, more distracted, and drained.

“Our digital lives may be making us more distracted, distant, and drained, according to research presented at the annual convention of the American Psychological Association.”

On the surface, this seems a little strange.

Most of us use our phones, our computers, and our tablets to connect with other people.

But they can also put up a major barrier.

And you don’t have to be a major phone user – even a little bit of phone use can make you feel very lonely.

If you want to enjoy life, it may be a good idea to turn off your phone.

I’m not talking about all the time. Not even most the time.

But when you are interacting with people in person – especially people you care about – the setting on your phone you may want to use is the OFF button.

“Even minor phone use during a meal with friends was enough to make the diners feel distracted and reduced their enjoyment of the experience, one study found.”

Notice I said to use the OFF button – not just to put your phone on silent mode…

That is because knowing that your phone could buzz or vibrate at any moment is incredibly distracting.

And that distraction can keep you from connecting with the people you care about.

“People who were allowed to use their phones during dinner had more trouble staying present in the moment…”

In this experiment, people were asked to either put their phones on the table with the ringer on or to completely silence their phones and place them in a container.

Turns out, having phones available means less enjoyment in social interactions.

My main goal in life is to enjoy it as much as possible.

For me, that means strong social connections with people who are close to me – especially my partner, Jodi.

But, phones get in the way of this type of connection.

“The researchers found that people who had their phones easily accessible during the experiment not only used them more than those with their phones put away, but they also reported feeling more distracted and enjoyed the experience less.”

Turning off your phone may seem really difficult at first.

And there are alternatives that work just as well…

…like the app called “Freedom.”

Using Freedom makes it easy to:

Eliminate distractions and focus on a single task

Block websites and apps or the entire Internet if you want to. With your distractions blocked, you can get into your workflow and stay on task.

Break bad habits

Just working distraction-free helps break the habit of checking whatever digital source is beckoning. The more you experience “Freedom” time, the more you’ll find it indispensable.

Build new (good) habits

Start small, then build new habits of longer periods of focused work time.

Treat your email like a snail mailbox (the mail comes and goes once a day) and enjoy your social media proactively on your time (not in “respond” mode.)

You can give Freedom a try if you’d like to improve your connection with the people around you.

(iPhone users may find the new iOS 12 offers a feature called Screentime that does the same thing…)

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The strange secret to getting spontaneous semi-erections any time…

The other day, my wife said something to me… and she leaned over and kissed me… and at that moment I realized at that moment that I suddenly had an erection.

And I remembered that for many years, that never happened. Never. It always took a lot of stimulation.

Now it’s like a whispered comment and a kiss can get me raring to go.

Crazy, isn’t it?

And many men want the same thing for themselves, but the ONE thing that stops them is not enough blood flow to the penis.

And the blood flow is not there because blood pressure treatments are KILLING men’s erections…

…so when their wives or girlfriends make a sexy comment, or tease them, or lean over to kiss them…they aren’t getting those instant erections they used to get.

Now, though, it’s virtually instant… your erections SPRINGS to life – isn’t it fantastic to be a man?

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Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the Daily Medical Discoveries 7 Step Process to ensure accuracy.
Dealing with digital distraction – Being ever-connected comes at a cost, studies find https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2018/08/180810161553.htm

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