Unique Trick to Stop a Headache Fast

Headaches are caused by many things. One of the most common causes is stress, not just the mental kind of stress, but stress to your body as well. Stress can cause tension in your face, neck, and shoulder muscles. This will often lead to headache. This is commonly known as a tension headache. If you slept wrong, pulled a muscle in your upper body, or you’re dealing with a lot of stress in your life, you’ve probably experienced this before. The unique method below will help get rid of that headache fast!

1. Begin by using your dominant hand’s forefinger and thumb. Locate the area between your forefinger and thumb on your non-dominant hand. This is a very fleshy area. In the junction you will find a firm knot-like tendon. This is a pressure point.

2. Once you’ve located this pressure point, use your dominant hand to firmly massage the area, You don’t want it to be painful, but do maintain firm pressure to the area. This works best if someone else can massage the area for you, but it’s not necessary.

3. Close your eyes and continue to massage the pressure point. You may notice some relief after a few minutes, but continue to rub the area. The headache can come back quickly if you stop too quickly.

4. Continue the massage for approximately fifteen to twenty minutes. This method will stop your headache fast, but if you don’t continue to rub the area, it can come back, Once you’ve finished, the headache should be gone for good. It will at least gone for a long time.

Now that your headache is gone, it;s time to fix the source of stress. The tension will continue to come unless you take measures to relax those muscles. You might try taking a nap, as lack of sleep can sometimes be the cause. A hot shower to relax your neck muscles can help as well. You might prefer trying a heating pad to your shoulders.

Your eyes might be sensitive from the headache. Turning all the lights down or off can sometimes help as well. If you suspect your headache is sinus related, you may have to resort to medication. A decongestant helps to relieve pressure in the sinus cavities. An antihistamine can help with allergy related symptoms.

Identifying the cause of your headache and taking measures to correct the issue will keep the headache from returning. If you haven’t found a source of the headache, but continue to experience it, a trip to the doctor is likely needed. Headaches can be caused by a multitude of things. They are generally not serious. However, on occasion there can be a serious underlying cause for the headache. If you have frequent or very severe headaches or migraines, seek medical attention.

Product Launch Using Web Based CRM Software

I recently launched a new product using InfusionSoft, the web based CRM software I use. Now, to be completely honest it wasn’t a brand new product. So here’s the story…

It was actually a product that had been around for about five years. However, about 4 months ago I began communicating with the owner about buying a portion of his business. He had a great product but was a horrible internet marketer. So what is it? It’s an online vending management software that helps vendors manage their vending route. It worked perfectly in my synergistic environment and he agreed to sell me 30%. Of course, I wanted at least 50% so I could make decisions and we agreed that based on some specific income goals I could earn my additional 20%. So, what did I do? I did a Product Launch with using web based CRM software. I knew this would be my one shot to hit my income goals fast and gain my additional 20%.

Product launches are essentially a sequence of events that lead up to a big event or the launch of your product. By using a CRM you are able to automate the entire process (or most of it) so you can sit back and watch the money roll in. That’s the goal anyway. Now, to be completely honest this was only my second official product launch using an automated follow up sequence. So how did it work?

First, I set up the sequence. This included pre-launch emails to give people a taste of the product and launch week emails. Then I got some major blogs and forums with large email lists to sign on as affiliates. Of course all of this, from the automatic pre-launch emails to the affiliate system was setup using my web based CRM system. We launched and I watched the new subscriptions roll in for our online software.

How Enterprise Ethernet helped my business level up

What is Enterprise Ethernet?
As a small business owner, I know how important fast, reliable internet is. Slow, choppy internet is an issue when it causes uploads and downloads to stall, video calls to cut out or access to the cloud to be limited.

Luckily, my office space is connected to an Enterprise Ethernet network – helping me work faster and better.

How is Enterprise Ethernet different?
I spoke to David Michaels, head of sales and marketing at Swoop, about why Enterprise Ethernet is such a good option for business owners.

“Enterprise Ethernet and FTTP use the same fibre-optic cable technology but, beyond the connection type, FTTP and Enterprise Ethernet offer quite different internet experiences,” he said.

“Enterprise Ethernet is delivered over a dedicated network with a direct path, which gives you high-speed, low-latency, secure connectivity.

FTTP uses the same fibre optic cables but is delivered over a shared network, meaning many users are transmitting data on the same lines.”

What are the benefits of Enterprise Ethernet?
Dealing with multiple clients and a team of subcontractors means that my business relies heavily on fast, reliable internet for day-to-day operations. I use video conferencing platforms, cloud-based applications and shared networks, as well as sending and receiving large files, and needing to be in contact with clients and team members all the time.

“FTTP and Enterprise Ethernet nbn® deliver internet through separate connections, which means you can run both to your business,” added Mr Michaels.

“This is a great option if you can’t risk being without internet for even a short time.”

Being on a separate network with different infrastructure means Enterprise Ethernet can easily meet my business’s data demands.

Because Enterprise Ethernet uses a separate network and infrastructure, if I pay for a 500/500 Mbps plan, I’ll actually get 500 Mbps download and 500 Mbps upload speeds.

Enterprise Ethernet connections also offer symmetrical speed plans, meaning I can upload as fast as I download.

That’s good for me, but even better for businesses that need to send large files quickly, back up data to the cloud, participate in video conferencing and online collaboration, and host applications in the cloud.

Why Enterprise Ethernet is so good for my business
High-speed data transfer
I’ve got the bandwidth required to transfer data at lightning-fast speeds, so I can operate more efficiently and productively.

“If your business needs to transfer large amounts of data quickly, such as medical imaging, financial data, or video production, Enterprise Ethernet can be an excellent option,” said Mr Michaels.

Cloud connectivity
If you rely on cloud-based applications and services as much as I do, Enterprise Ethernet can give you dependable, high-speed connectivity to the cloud, allowing your entire team to access your applications and data anytime, anywhere.

Virtual private networks (VPNs)
Most of my team of subcontractors are based outside of Sydney, and VPNs are a great way for remote workers to securely access company resources. By using Enterprise Ethernet for your organisation, you can ensure that VPNs remain fast, reliable, and secure, enabling remote workers to stay connected and productive.

Business continuity
Being able to connect your premises to both FTTP and Enterprise Ethernet simultaneously provides a backup network that ensures business continuity in case of network outages or other disruptions. This helps prevent expensive downtime that can cost your business financially and reputationally.

Ability to scale
Enterprise Ethernet has been great for scaling up easily as my business has grown.

Mr Michaels points out that “if you want to hire more employees, establish a new department or begin operations that require higher bandwidth, Enterprise Ethernet lets you expand without difficulty.”