EARLY PREDICTIONS OF HEART DISEASE

EARLY PREDICTIONS OF HEART DISEASE

early predictors of heart disease

If you have one of the following problems, especially if you are under 40 years old, there is a high chance you have heart disease. Micro arteries are usually the first to get clogged and are difficult to spot on x-rays and blood tests. So one way of finding if there are mini artery blockages is to check to see if you have one of the following symptoms which will predict if you have heart disease. It’s not a full proof method to detect heart diseases, but if will serve as an early warning sign of future/imminent heart disease problems.

A 10 Second Mirror Test May Spot Heart Disease

When you think about checking for heart disease what probably comes to mind are expensive exams such as stress tests on a treadmill while hooked up to a high-tech electrocardiogram, cardiac catheterization or a coronary calcium CT scan. But a low-tech inexpensive look in the mirror may be more revealing than you ever imagined.

baldness on the crown of the head

HAIR LOSS ON THE CROWN OF THE HEAD

A new study just published in the journal BMJ Open suggests that hair loss on the crown of the head might be an indicator of underlying heart disease. The investigators pooled data from six prior observational studies. A receding hair line was less problematic than baldness on the top to rear of the head (crown or “vertex” of the head). The increased risk was not huge (30 to 50%) but it was statistically significant. “Frontal” baldness was not linked to heart disease.

ear lobe crease

EAR LOBE CREASE

Another signal of heart disease may be an earlobe crease. Here is a link to see what it looks like. Researchers have been noticing an association between an earlobe crease and heart disease for nearly 40 years. The most recent report of a link came from the American Heart Association Meetings last fall. Danish investigators analyzed data from more than 10,000 volunteers participating in the Copenhagen Heart Study. Baldness on the top of the head and earlobe creases were associated with heart disease.

No one really has any good explanation for why hair loss or earlobe creases (or the Franks Sign) might be early warning signs of heart disease. The BMJ Open article proposes that high blood pressure, high cholesterol levels and atherosclerosis might also influence hair loss. That seems like a stretch. Another possible explanation is that insulin resistance leads to male pattern baldness and heart disease. Still another hypothesis is a pro-inflammatory condition is contributing to both hair loss and damage to artery walls in the heart. It has also been proposed that higher levels of male hormones (androgens) in the scalp and heart are the trigger underlying baldness and heart disease.

In a new study by Turkish researchers in the journal Angiology, 253 people with no known heart conditions but who had visible ear crease—are 10 percent more likely to suffer from blocked arteries. Earlobe creases were also more common among those suffering from the most severe arterial backups, the study authors discovered.

It’s not as crazy as it sounds. “There may be some relationship between aging of the skin and aging of the blood vessels,” says Arthur Friedlander, D.M.D., a professor of oral and facial surgery at UCLA. Friedlander has also published research on the link between earlobe creases and blocked arteries. Your earlobe is a concentrated end point for blood vessels, so if you have blood circulation problems, those blockages may show up as wrinkles in your lobes, he says.

Before you run to a mirror, understand that wrinkles are a part of aging, and the study results are far from conclusive, Dr. Friedlander warns. “An earlobe crease in conjunction with other abnormal findings like high blood pressure, or elevated weight or sugar levels, could be a subtle warning sign,” he says. But if you see a pronounced wrinkle before age 55—especially if you’re in your 40s—ask your doctor to check for heart trouble, he recommends.

A study in 1973 showed a connection between an ear crease & heart disease. Find out if a small mark on your ear could have anything to do with heart disease. http://www.healthline.com/health/heart-disease/ear-creases#1

Diagonal earlobe creases and fatal cardiovascular disease: a necropsy study.
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1216678/

Xanthelasma FATTY DEPOSITS AROUND THE EYES

FATTY DEPOSITS AROUND THE EYES

Fatty cholesterol deposits around the eyes, a condition know as xanthelasmata, were the strongest individual predictor of both heart attack and heart disease, according to data presented this week at the American Heart Association scientific meeting in Los Angeles. There was a 35-per-cent increase in heart attacks among subjects with these yellow deposits around their eyelids and baggy eyes,  which could be signs of cholesterol buildup, researchers found.

Xanthelasma is a common condition among the elderly and those of Mediterranean or Asian descent. The condition occurs slightly more often in men than in women, usually in people over the age of forty. When a xanthelasma reaches a certain size and becomes nodular, it is sometimes referred to as a xanthoma, but these are two distinct conditions; xanthoma is a broader term for a wider classification of skin growths that can occur anywhere on the body.

erectile dysfunction

ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION

You may be aware that the inability of your arteries to dilate fully and to subsequently harden, also known as atherosclerosis, is a major cause of heart disease and can lead to stroke, heart attack and sudden death.

In a nutshell, this occurs because as the inner lining of your blood vessels (endothelium) undergoes damage and dysfunction and plaque accumulates, the subsequent narrowing and hardening of your arteries makes it harder for blood to flow through them and reach your heart and other organs.

As the disease process unfolds the smaller arteries in your body, such as those in your penis, often get blocked first, before the larger arteries leading to your heart.

The lack of blood flow to the penis results in erectile dysfunction, and this is why ED has been called the “canary in the trousers” for future heart problems. If you have any type of erection difficulty, it’s a good idea to see a qualified health care practitioner who can give your heart health a thorough check-up and help you develop a plan to fix the underlying causes of both issues.

The researchers found that the men with severe erectile dysfunction, compared to those with no problem, were eight times more likely to have heart failure, 60 percent more likely to have heart disease and almost twice as likely to die of any cause.

early warning signs of-Heart-failure-Symptoms

OTHER EARLY TELL-TALE SIGNS OF HEART DISEASE

How to spot a heart attack before it happens - look out for pain in any of these parts of your body
How to spot a heart attack before it happens – look out for pain in any of these parts of your body

Other tell tale signs of heart disease or even heart attacks are:

  • Shortness of breath
  • Swelling of feet and legs
  • Chronic lack of energy
  • Difficulty sleeping at night due to breathing problems
  • Swollen or tender abdomen with loss of appetite
  • Cough with frothy sputum
  • Increased urination at night
  • Confusion and/or impaired memory

So keep an eye on these predictors of heart disease so you can take corrective action to prevent the disease from getting worse through proper diet and nutritional supplementation.
Medicines should be the last resort because there’s a lot of side effects in taking these medications.

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Building an Empire | Brian Carruthers

Building an Empire | Brian Carruthers
The Most Complete Blueprint to Building a Massive Network Marketing Business

Building an Empire | Brian Carruthers - an mlm / direct sales / network marketing success book
Building an Empire | Brian Carruthers

Building an Empire by Brian Carruthers is one of the best books on how to succeed in network marketing. Most books concentrate on understanding network marketing / multi level philosophy, positive mental attitude and building belief etc – which are all important – but don’t give you much real step by step info on how-to’s, why-to’s and details on how to create duplication like this book does. His depth of knowledge in network marketing / mlm is amazing and the nuggets therein simply sparkles. Building An Empire goes well beyond the basics. It Illuminates many of the mysteries of how top earners achieved their success

The reason for this is Carruthers practical field experience in network marketing mlm for a decade or more. Brian is in the field daily as a top producer, a top recruiter and top builder. This has enabled him to offer useful tips, training and techniques are relevant, applicable, and working TODAY.

Carruthers made 15 million dollars from network marketing / multi-level marketing – making him among the highest paid leaders in the network marketing profession. He’s recruited more than 1,200 people, built one of the largest organizations ever, and helped his team earn nearly 400,000,000 in commissions.

It is therefore, is a GREAT book for anyone – from those contemplating “Can I do network marketing / mlm /direct sales?

Now you have the ultimate Blueprint of what to do to build your network marketing business and create massive Momentum and create multiple layers of success in your organization.

The Building An Empire is structured, easy-to-understand and can be implement right away. You won’t be satisfied with reading it just once because you know that there are hidden assets that you may have missed in the first reading.

This definitely one of the books I would recommend to my team and other network marketers. I would insist that every person I sponsor to read Chapter 1 of Building An Empire before they do anything when starting my business. There are no longer any excuses for not having success with a book like this available.

Other Key Chapters are:

  1. Personal Development Creates Personal Growth
  2. Leadership Skills to Develop Other Leaders
  3. Strategies or how to Duplicate Success
  4. Consistency Persistency and Tenacity are essential to being a Successful Business Owner.

Building an Empire by Brian Carruthers video training Part 1

 

Building An Empire • Brian Carruthers • How to Always Get A Prospect’s Phone Number

 

Other Brian Carruthers YouTube Videos:

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Million Dollar Mindset Interview with Brian Carruthers Author of Building An Empire Book
[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qQJrz4CGjxc]

Download Brian Carruthers Building the Empire book in pdf format

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VITAMIN D | SUN

TIPS ON SAFE SUN EXPOSURE FOR VITAMIN D

Due to decades of professional and media misinformation, most people believe they should avoid the midday sun and need to use sunscreen before, and several times during,
sun exposure. Sun exposure is very important to enable your body to make Vitamin D.

TIP #1 ON SUN EXPOSURE – VITAMIN D

sun exposure UVA UVB vitamin D

The optimal time to be in the sun for vitamin D production is as near to solar noon as possible. That would be between roughly 10:00 am and 2:00 pm when the sun is at 50 degrees in the sky. When the sun is lower than 50°, the ozone layer reflects the more dangerous and potentially deadly UltraViolet A or UVA rays but let through thel (good) UltraViolet B or UVB-rays. It’s important to remember that vitamin D3 is formed from exposure to UVB rays, whereas UVA radiation actually destroys vitamin D. UVA’s also increase oxidative stress.

The ‘Shadow’ Trick
The trick to getting the most Vitamin D out of your daily sun exposure is to sunbathe when your shadow is shorter than your height. This means that in the winter, with the sunlight at a slant, your optimal sunbathing time is greatly narrowed down.

The more clouds there are, the less UV radiation reaches the earth’s surface. However, UV can penetrate cloud cover to some extent, so it is still possible to get sunburned on a cloudy day. This is especially true under light clouds, which can block infrared radiation but not UV radiation, leaving the day deceptively cool.

Likewise, some types of ground cover reflect UV radiation, increasing its intensity even in deceptively shaded areas. These surfaces include sand, snow, and water.

Air pollution, on the other hand, can block UV radiation too effectively. If the air pollution contains large amounts of ozone, UV penetration can be reduced to a sometimes dangerously low level for at-risk populations. This can be particularly true of cities surrounded by hills or mountains, which trap air pollution.

TIP #2 ON SUN EXPOSURE – VITAMIN D

Avoid tanning through a window (including car windows) as it will increase your risk of skin cancer.

TIP #3 ON SUN EXPOSURE – VITAMIN D

A minimum of 40% of the body surface (skin) needs to be exposed to the sun.

TIP #4 ON SUN EXPOSURE – VITAMIN D

Dr. Mercola claims that we need 48 hours “after proper sun exposure” in order to absorb vitamin D containing oils from the skin surface, so do not wash with chlorinated water, nor go into a chlorinated swimming pool, or wash with soap for two (2) days.

TIP #5 ON SUN EXPOSURE – VITAMIN D

Light skinned people need 10 to 20 minutes of sun exposure daily (FOR AT LEAST 2 TIMES A WEEK) while dark skinned people need 90-120 minutes daily. Caucasians and others with paler skin will hit an “equilibrium point” after about 20 minutes of exposure to UVB light, at which point vitamin D will no longer be produced.

TIP #6 ON SUN EXPOSURE – VITAMIN D

Cover your face against sun exposure if possible. The skin around your eyes and your face is typically thinner than other areas of your body and the relatively small area will also not contribute much to vitamin D production. Too much sun exposure to your face will also contribute to cosmetic photo damage and premature wrinkling. You can use a safe sun block in this area or wear a cap. Use a non-toxic lotion with SPF15.

TIP #7 ON SUN EXPOSURE – VITAMIN D

non-toxic sunscreen-ingredients

Avoid sunscreen / sun blocks (which are supposed to block UVB rays) as many of them contain harmful chemicals that will be absorbed into your bloodstream and increase your risk of cancers. Select sun screens that contain either zinc or titanium minerals, but not oxybenzone or retinyl palmitate (vitamin A). These moisturizing creams will not allow your body to produce any vitamin D.

Use organic coconut oil as a sun block instead.

Cotton clothing provides about SPF 15. In other words, you will get about 15 times your skin’s normal protection from the sun wherever you cover your body with clothing. Just remember that even with protective clothing on your body, it’s still important to monitor your skin for the telltale signs of burning.

If you get sun burn, ideally it is best to use the gel from a fresh plant, but there are commercial products available that have active aloe in them.

An excellent adjunct to vitamin D is the antioxidant astaxanthin (which acts as an internal sunscreen). Astaxanthin derived from Haematococcus Pluvialis

TIP #8 ON SUN EXPOSURE – VITAMIN D

3 ways to get Vitamin D sunlight, supplements, fish

Fermented Cod Liver Oil
It contains Vitamin D3 instead of D3 sulfate is a delicate balance of beneficial co-factors, enzymes, essential fatty acids, antioxidants, and micronutrients. Specifically, Vitamin D works with Vitamin A to utilize calcium and phosphorous in the body. Contrary to what we have heard carrots contain betacarotene, not Vitamin A, so it is very likely that using D drops alone only gives us part of what we need for calcium transport. That’s why I take fermented cod liver oil in the winter months when Vitamin D when production from the skin is low.

Fresh, raw vegetables also provide your body with an abundance of powerful antioxidants that will help you fight the free radicals caused by sun damage that can lead to burns and cancer.

Some people may worry that if they are in the sun a lot they will overdose on Vitamin D. However this doesn’t happen, and here’s why. When you’re exposed to the sun, the UVB rays create vitamin D on your skin, while the UVA rays in the sunlight will tend to destroy excessive levels of vitamin D circulating in your body. That means that even “if” you are taking vitamin D and also getting it from the sun, the UVA rays in sunlight won’t allow you to have too much vitamin D.

Most people know that D2 – the synthetic version commonly prescribed by doctors – is not as potent as D3. Each microgram of orally consumed 25-hydroxyvitamin D3 is about five times more effective in raising serum 25 (OH)D than an equivalent amount of vitamin D2. However, besides being less potent, D2 supplements may actually do more harm than good overall.

Common Food Sources of Vitamin D:

  • Trout, rainbow, cooked
  • Salmon, cooked
  • Halibut, cooked
  • Milk, vitamin D fortified
  • Cereal, ready to eat, fortified
  • Pork, spareribs, cooked
  • Egg, whole, cooked
  • Mushrooms, shitake, cooked
  • Cereal, ready to eat, corn flakes
  • Frankfurter, beef
  • Butter
  • Cheese, cheddar
  • Common food sources of vitamin D

Following these guidelines will help to get optimum Vitamin D from sun exposure and minimize your chances of getting skin cancers.

vitamin d levels chart 25-hydroxy-d optimal deficient cancer excess ng-ml

So how do you know if you have entered into the summer season and into the time of year, for your location, where enough UVB is actually able to penetrate the atmosphere to allow for vitamin D production in your skin?

WHEN IS THE BEST TIME FOR YOU TO GET SUN EXPOSURE?

The first step is to determine the latitude and longitude of your location. You can easily do this on Google Earth, or if you are in the U.S. you can use the TravelMath Latitude Longitude Calculator to find your latitude and longitude. Once you have obtained that you can go to the U.S. Navy site to calculate a table to determine the times and days of the year that the sun is above 50 degrees from the horizon.

Please understand it is only theoretically possible to get UVB rays during those times. If it happens to be cloudy or raining, the clouds will also block the UVB rays. For a more detailed understanding of this, please view the following video, and/or read through the corresponding article.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vS9acVgQjZY

Alternatively, if you have an iPhone or iPad you can download a free app called “D Minder“, which will make all the calculations for you. It was made by an Apple developer who was motivated to simplify the process of calculating the best time to get sun exposure (based on the above video).

From a health perspective, it doesn’t make much sense to expose your skin to the sun when it is lower than 50 degrees above the horizon because you will not receive any valuable UVB rays, but you will expose yourself to the more dangerous and potentially deadly UVA rays. UVA’s have a longer wavelength than UVB and can more easily penetrate the ozone layer and other obstacles (like clouds and pollution) on their way from the sun to the earth. UVA is what radically increases your risk of skin cancer and photoaging of your skin. So while it will give you a tan unless the companion UVB rays are available you’re likely doing more harm than good and should probably stay out of the sun to protect your skin.

During the times of the year when UVB rays are not present where you live you essentially have two options: You can use a safe tanning bed or oral vitamin D3.

vitamin D metabolism

BENEFITS OF VITAMIN D:

Lack of vitamin D will leave you vulnerable to a number
of chronic diseases, including:

  • Sun Exposure Safety
  • 16 types of internal cancer
  • Diabetes
  • Heart disease
  • Hypertension
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Osteoporosis
  • Psoriasis
  • Ricketts
  • Schizophrenia
  • Tuberculosis and,
  • Myopathy

The fear regarding sun exposure, combined with the fact that many people now work indoors, has contributed to a silent epidemic of vitamin D deficiency.

Sunshine’s gifts extend well beyond vitamin D production. As discussed in the featured article by Sayer Ji,3 five of the many noteworthy properties of sunlight include:

  • Pain-killing (analgesic) properties
  • Increased subcutaneous fat metabolism
  • Regulation of human lifespan (solar cycles appear to be able to directly affect the human genome, thereby influencing lifespan)
  • Daytime sun exposure improves evening alertness
  • Conversion to metabolic energy (i.e. we may “ingest” energy directly from the sun like plants do)

When it comes to vitamin D production, the benefits are simply immeasurable. In fact, correcting a vitamin D deficiency may cut your risk of dying in half, according to an analysis of more than 10,000 individuals.

According to a January 2013 press release by Orthomolecular Medicine4, 3,600 medical papers with vitamin D in the title or abstract were published in 2012 alone, bringing the grand total to 33,800. Research to date shows vitamin D has far-reaching benefits to your physical and mental health.

Sunlight and Your Health: An EnLIGHTening Perspective

The Crucial Story of Vitamin D and Human Health

A comprehensive explanation of the Vitamin D by Ivor Cummins BE(Chem), CEng MIEI (1 hour 26 minutes video with slides and annotations)

sunshine vitamin - vitamin D

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Greatest Motivational Songs Ever

Greatest Motivational Songs Ever

by Decades from the 1950’s to 2010’s (over 500 inspirational song titles)

GREATEST MOTIVATIONAL SONGS EVER Greatest Motivational Inspirational Songs by Decades from 1950s to now
Greatest Motivational Inspirational Songs by Decades from 1950s to now

These are the most Motivational feel-good, empowering Songs ever recorded, in my opinion. They are the next best thing to listening to self-help motivational speakers.

Feeling down & out? Feeling stressed out or miserable? Need to get pumped up and motivated? These motivational and inspirational songs may be just the thing you need to get your spirits up and recharged. Need something Inspirational, Uplifting, Feel Good, Motivating, Encouraging, have positive attitudes and which may hopefully help you improve your self-esteem? Some to lift your spirits, to celebrate, to party, jam up, and help you to overcome your battles, to awaken the spirit and set you free (maybe).

Hope you’ll enjoy my selection of the best, most popular favourite motivational / inspirational songs ever on YouTube.

Some are oldies, some are relatively new motivational songs. Some are up-tempo songs, some are mid-tempo. Some are very known chart busters, some are not so well known indies, some even show tunes. Some are not on other people’s list of inspirational songs so there may be gems here. Some are closer to love songs (or touch songs) but who doesn’t need love in times of crisis and turmoil and self-doubt? (I’ve selected MOTIVATIONAL VIDEOS WITH LYRICS WHERE AVAILABLE). so you can sing along. The louder you sing these motivational songs, the better you’ll feel. All of them are my personal favourites. NOTE: The videos may take some time to load up if your internet speed is not high fast enough. This list will be updated as new motivational songs are discovered or remembered. ENJOY! ♦

♦MOTIVATIONAL SONGS OF 2010’s | ’10s♦

  • 1 Thing – Amerie
  • Absolutely Everybody – Vanessa Amorosi
  • Anything Could HappenEllie Goulding
  • #Beautiful  – Mariah Carey [feat. Miguel
  • Be the One – Ting Tings
  • BelieverAmerican Authors
  • Best Day of My Life – American Authors
  • Best Song Ever – One Direction
  • BillionaireBruno Mars
  • Boom Clap – Charlie XCX
  • Brave – Sara Bareille
  • Budapest – George Ezra
  • Burn – Ellie Goulding
  • Can’t Stop the Feeling – Justin Timberlake
  • Chasing the Sun – Wanted
  • Clarity – Zedd
  • Classic – MKTO
  • Come & Get It – Selena Gomez
  • Cool KidsEchosmith
  • Count On Me – Bruno Mars
  • Crazy Stupid Love – Cheryl Cole ft. Tinie Tempah
  • Diamonds – Rihanna
  • Edge of RevolutionNickleback
  • Feel GoodThe Gorillaz
  • Fight SongRachel Platten
  • FlashlightJessie J (Pitch Perfect 2)
  • Fly – Nicki Minaj  ft. Rihanna
  • Girl On Fire – Alicia Keys
  • Girls Chase Boys – Ingrid Michaelson
  • Glad You Came – The Wanted
  • GoldOwl City
  • GoodBetter Than Ezra
  • Good Feeling – Flo Rida
  • Good Life – OneRepublic
  • Good Morning – Chamillionaire
  • Good Morning – Mandisa (Feat. Toby Mac) 
  • Good Time – Owl City & Carly Rae Jepsen
  • Grateful – Rita Ora
  • Hall Of Fame – The Script feat. will.i.am
  • Happy – Pharrell Williams
  • Here’s Hope – Owl City
  • Heroes (We could be) – Alesso ft. Tove Lo
  • Higher – Taio Cruz
  • Hold my HandDonora
  • Hold On – Colbie Caillat
  • Hopeful – Bars and Melody
  • How Do You Like It NowHeavy
  • Human – Christina Perri
  • I Will Never Let You Down – Rita Ora
  • I Won’t Give Up – Jason Mraz
  • I’m Ready – AJR
  • I’m The Man – Aloe Blacc
  • I’m With YouAvril Lavigne
  • ImpossibleShontelle
  • It’s TimeImagine Dragons
  • Just The Way You Are – Bruno Mars
  • LavaKuana Torres Kahele, Napua Greig, James Ford Murphy
  • Let Her Go – Passenger 
  • Let Me Down Easy – Paolo Nutini
  • Let’s Go – Calvin Harris (feat. Ne-Yo)
  • Live While We’re Young – One Direction
  • Lost Stars – Keira Knightley / Adam Levine
  • Miss Independent – Ne-yo
  • Move Your Feet – Junior Senior
  • Night MovesOne Direction
  • No One Else Like You – Adam Levine
  • Nothing is Impossible – Planetshakers
  • On Top of the World – Imagine Dragons
  • Party In The USA – Miley Cyrus
  • PerfectOne Direction
  • Perfect – Pink
  • Perfect – Simple Plan
  • PerfectHedley
  • Price Tag – Jessie J ft. B.o.B
  • Problem – Ariana Grande ft. Iggy Azalea
  • Proud – Heather Small
  • Pumpin Blood – Nonono
  • Rich Girl – Gwen Stefani
  • Right Here – Jess Glynne
  • Roar – Katy Perry
  • Rocketeer – Far East Movement, Ryan Tedder ft. Ryan Tedder
  • Say Yes – Michelle Williams ft. Kelly Rowland, Beyonce
  • Seven Nation Army – The White Stripes
  • Sexy And I Know It – LMFAO
  • Shake It Off – Taylor Swift
  • She Looks So Perfect – 5 Seconds of Summer
  • Skyscraper – Demi Lovato
  • Somebody To You  – The Vamps ft. Demi Lovato
  • Soul on FireThird Day
  • Stay With Me – Sam Smith
  • Stronger – Kelly Clarkson
  • Suit & Tie – Justin Timberlake
  • Tiësto – Wasted ft. Matthew Koma
  • The Man – Aloe Blace
  • Thinking Out Loud – Ed Sheeran
  • This Girl’s On Fire – Alicia Keys
  • This Is What You Came ForCalvin Harris – ft. Rihanna
  • Try – Colbie Caillat
  • TryPink
  • U Smile I SmileJustin Beiber
  • Unbroken – Coldplay
  • Undefeated – Jason Derulo
  • UnstoppableSia
  • UpOily Murs ft. Demi Lovato
  • Uptown Funk – Mark Ronson (feat. Bruno Mars)
  • You Gotta Want It – Jordin Sparks
  • You’re Beautiful – James Blunt
  • Waiting On the World to ChangeJohn Mayer
  • Wings of FaithSamantha James
  • Walks Like Rihanna – The Wanted
  • Waves – Mr. Probz
  • Who Says – Selena Gomez & The Scene
  • Work From HomeFifth Harmony
  • Work Bitch – Britney Spears
  • Worth ItFifth Harmony (feat. Kid Ink)

♦MOTIVATIONAL SONGS OF 2000’s | ’00s♦

  • 100 YearsFive for Fighting
  • Alive – Pearl Jam
  • All Star – Smash Mouth
  • Blow Me Away – Breaking Benjamin
  • Brighter Than the Sun – Colbie Caillat
  • CollideHowie Day
  • CommitmentLeann Rimes
  • Dancing In The Moonlight – Toploader
  • Escape – Megan Nicole
  • Get Ready, Get Set, Don’t Go – Billy Ray & Miley Cyrus
  • Good Life – Inner City
  • Good Life – One Republic
  • Green Light – John Legend
  • Happy – Natasha Bedingfield
  • Have a Nice Day – Stereophonics
  • Here Comes the Sun – Sheryl Crow
  • Higher – Creed
  • I Alone – Live
  • I Got a Feeling – Black Eyed Peas
  • I’m Like a Bird – Nelly Furtado
  • I Won’t Give Up – Jason Mrazmore
  • Just Stand Up!Mariah, Beyonce, Rihanna, Miley, Leona & more
  • Learn to FlyFoo Fighters
  • Life Is A Highway – Rascal Flatts
  • Live Like We’re Dying – Kris Allen
  • Moving On Up – M People
  • Never had a Dream Come True – S Club 7
  • Once In A Lifetime – Gregorian
  • One Step at a Time – Jordin Sparks
  • Put The Records On – Corinne Bailey Rae
  • Right Here Right Now – Fatboy Slim
  • Settlin’ – Sugarland
  • Sitting On Top Of The World – Delta Goodrem
  • Smile – Lily Allen
  • Soak Up the SunSheryl Crow
  • Stickwitu – Pussycat Dolls ft. Avant
  • Superstar – Jamelia
  • Survivor – Destiny’s Child
  • The Changingman – Paul Weller
  • The Climb – Miley Cyrus
  • The Fighter – Gym Class Heroes (Feat. Ryan Tedder)
  • The Good Life – Robin Thicke
  • Try AgainAaliyah
  • Waiting on the World to ChangeJohn Mayer
  • Yellow – Coldplay
  • Yes We Can – Me In Motion
  • You & Me Song – The Wannadies
  • You’re A SuperstarLove Inc

♦MOTIVATIONAL SONGS OF 1990’s | ’90s♦

  • Against the Wind – Bob Seger
  • Ain’t No Mountain High Enough – Jimmy Somerville
  • All Together NowThe Farm
  • Another Day in ParadisePhil Collins
  • Are You Gonna Go My Way – Lenny Kravitz
  • Are You Strong EnoughSheryl Crow
  • Aaron’s Party (Come Get It) – Aaron Carter
  • At The Beginning – Richard Marx & Donna Lewis
  • Back in the High Life – Stevie Winwood
  • Beautiful Day – U2
  • Between You and Me – DC Talk
  • Big Big WorldEmila
  • BoombasticShaggy
  • Break My Stride – Matthew Wilder
  • Breakout – Swing Out Sister
  • Bright Future In Sale – Fountains Of Wayne
  • Chariots of Fire theme song – Vangelis
  • Come As You Are – Peter Wolf
  • Conviction Of The HeartKenny Loggins
  • Cup Of Life – Ricky Martin
  • Every MorningSugar Ray
  • Never Give Up – Yolanda Adams
  • Dare You To MoveSwitchfoot
  • Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough – Michael Jackson
  • Don’t You Forget About MeSimple Minds
  • Dream – The Corrs
  • DreamsGabrielle
  • Escapade Janet Jackson
  • EverybodyBackstreet Boys
  • Everybody’s Free (To Feel Good) – Rozalla
  • Everybody’s Free (To Wear Sunscreen) – Laz Buhrmann
  • Faster Kill PussycatPaul Oakenfold ft Brittany Murphy
  • Feelin’ So GoodJennifer Lopez
  • Fly Like an Eagle – Seal
  • For You I Will – Monica
  • Friends Are Friends ForeverMichael W. Smith
  • From This Moment On – Shania Twain
  • Get Ready for This – 2 Unlimited
  • (God Must Have Spent) A Little More Time On You‘N Sync
  • Gonna Make You SweatC+C Music Factory
  • Good Times – Edie Brickell
  • HandsJewel
  • Heal the WorldMichael Jackson
  • Here Comes The Hotstepper – Ini Kamoze
  • High – Lighthouse Family
  • Higher LifeStevie Winwood
  • Hip Hop Hooray – Naughty By Nature
  • Hope – Shaggy
  • How Does It Feel to Be On Top of the World – Spice Girls feat.England United
  • Hungry Eyes – Eric Carmen
  • Just For A MomentDavid Foster
  • I Believe I Can Fly – R Kelly
  • I Dreamed a Dream ( Les Misérables ) – Glee Cast
  • If I Had A Million DollarsBare Naked Ladies
  • I’m Alive – Celine Dion
  • I’m Alright – Kenny Loggins
  • I’m Gonna Be 500 miles – Proclaimers
  • I Like To Move ItReel 2 Reel
  • It’s A Man’s Man’s Man’s WorldCowboy Junkies
  • It’s Gonna Be A Lovely Day – Bill Withers
  • It’s My life – Dr. Alban
  • It’s My Life – No Doubt
  • It’s My LifeBon Jovi
  • I’ve Had The Time Of My Life (Dirty Dancing) – Bill Medley & Jennifer Warnes
  • Keep On Moving – Five
  • Let’s Get Loud – Jennifer Lopez
  • Lifted – Lighthouse Family
  • Living on a PrayerBon Jovi
  • Mambo No. 5Lou Bega
  • Man in the Mirror – Michael Jackson
  • Mission Impossible Theme – Lalo Schifrin
  • Move – Mausi (Original Mix)
  • Movin On – Bananarama
  • Music of the HeartN’Sync and Gloria Estefan
  • Never Give Up, Never Give in – Unknown Artist
  • No Limit – 2 Unlimited
  • Nobody – Wonder Girls
  • Nothing Like This – Omar
  • One Sweet Day – Boys II Men & Mariah Carey
  • Outstanding – Andy Cole
  • PaydayBoz Scaggs
  • Perfect Day – Hoku
  • Perfect Moment – Martine McCutcheon
  • Positivity – Suede
  • ReachGloria Estafan
  • ReachS Club 7
  • Right Here Right NowJesus Jones
  • ROCK in the USAJohn Mellencamp
  • S Club PartyS Club 7
  • Save The Best For LastVanassa Williams
  • Searching – China Black
  • ShineCollective Soul
  • ShineAswad
  • Smells Like Teen SpiritNirvana
  • So Young – The Corrs
  • SomedaySugar Ray
  • Song 2 – Blur
  • Somewhere Over the Rainbow – Israel Kamakawiwo’Ole
  • SunshineGabrielle
  • Thank youAlanis Morissette
  • The Final Countdown – Europe
  • The Most Beautiful Girl in the World – Prince
  • The Power – Snap
  • The Power of the Dream – Celine Dion
  • This Is How We Do It – Montell Jordan
  • Tomorrow (A Better You, Better Me) – Quincy Jones & Tevin Campbell
  • Too Many Rivers To CrossUB40
  • Tubthumping – Chumbawamba
  • Turn Back The Clock – Johnny Hates Jazz
  • Turn On, Tune In, Cop OutFreak Power
  • U Can’t Stop ThisMC Hammer
  • U Sure Do – Strike
  • Uptight – Stevie Wonder Glee Cast
  • When You Believe – Mariah Carey & Whitney Houston
  • You Get What You Give – New Radicals
  • You Got to Want ItJordin Sparks
  • You’ve Got A Friend – Brand New Heavies
  • You Only Live OnceStrokes
  • You Showed Me – The Lightning Seeds
  • You Raise Me UpJosh Groban
  • VictoryBond
  • WannabeSpice Girls
  • We Didn’t Start the Fire – Billy Joel
  • We’ve Got TonightRonan Keating & Lulu.
  • What Dreams Are Made Of – Hilary Duff
  • WinBrian McKnight
  • Work I – Missy Elliot

♦MOTIVATIONAL SONGS OF 1980’s | ’80s♦

  • 9 to 5 – Dolly Parton
  • A Little Respect – Erasure
  • AfricaToto
  • Ain’t Nobody – Chaka Khan
  • All Night Long – Lionel Richie
  • Ain’t No Stoppin Us Now – McFadden & Whitehead
  • Almost Paradise – Ann Wilson & Mike Reno
  • Am I The Same GirlSwing Out Sister
  • Any Dream will Do – Jason Donovan
  • Baby Baby BabyTLC
  • Baby, I Love Your Way Freebird Medley – Will To Power
  • Born to Run – Bruce Springsteen
  • Breakaway – Donna Summer
  • Can We Still Be Friends – Todd Rundgren
  • Caught Up in the Rapture – Anita Baker
  • Celebration – Kool and the Gang
  • Celebration – Fun Factory
  • Come On Eileen – Dexy’s Midnight Runners
  • Dancing On The CeilingLionel Richie
  • Day by Day – ( Godspell ) Cast
  • Don’t You (Forget About Me) – Simple Minds
  • Don’t Stop – Fleetwood Mac
  • Don’t Stop Believing – Journey
  • Don’t Stop the MusicYarbrough & Peoples
  • Dr. FeelgoodMötley Crüe
  • Dream OnAerosmith
  • Dressed For Success – Roxette
  • Every Breath You Take – The Police
  • Every Step You TakeBobby Brown
  • Everyone Wants To Rule the WorldTears For Fears
  • Eye of the Tiger – Survivor
  • Faith – George Michael
  • Fields Of Gold – Sting
  • Footloose – Kenny Loggins
  • Get Here – Oleta Adams
  • GoldSpandau Ballet
  • Gonna fly Now (Rocky theme) – Bill Conti
  • Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now) – C&C Music Factory ft. Freedom Williams
  • Good Times – Chic
  • Greatest Love Of All – Whitney Houston
  • Hands To Heaven – Breathe
  • Heaven – Bryan Adams
  • Heaven Help MeDeon Estus
  • Heaven Is a Place On EarthBelinda Carlisle
  • Here I Go Again – Whitesnake
  • Hero – Mariah Carey
  • HeroesDavid Bowie
  • Hey Mickey! – Toni Basil
  • Hit Me With Your Best Shot – Pat Benatar
  • Hold On – Wilson Phillips
  • Holiday – Madonna
  • Hot in the CityBilly Idol
  • I Feel For YouChaka Khan
  • I Like to Move it Move it – Reel to Real
  • I Should Be So LuckyKylie Minogue
  • I Wanna Be RichCalloway
  • I Want To Know What IsForeigner
  • I Want To Break Free – Queen
  • I Will Survive – Gloria Gaynor
  • I Won’t Back Down – Tom Petty
  • I’m Every WomanChaka Khan
  • I’m Still Standing – Elton John
  • If I Can Turn Back TimeCher
  • I’m Gonna Fly Now (Rocky)Bill Conti
  • In A Big CountryBig Country
  • Indestructible – Four Tops
  • JoyRideRoxette
  • Jump (For My Love) – The Pointer Sisters
  • Lean on Me – Club Nouveau
  • Let’s Go – Wang Chung
  • Living on a PrayerBon Jovi
  • Long Time Coming – Oliver James
  • Magic – Olivia Newton John
  • Money’s Too Tight to Mention – Simply Red
  • More Than A FeelingBoston
  • More Than A WomanTavares
  • Mornin’Al Jarreau
  • Morning TrainSheena Easton
  • Never SurrenderCorey Hart
  • New Sensation – Inxs
  • Nothing’s Gonna Stop Us Now – Jefferson Starship
  • On Broadway – George Benson
  • One Moment in TimeWhitney Houston
  • Ooh Child – Dino
  • Paradise City – Guns N’ Roses
  • Pass the Dutchie – Musical Youth
  • Push ItSalt-N-Pepa
  • Rock This TownStray
  • Sailing – Christopher Cross
  • ShoutTears for Fears
  • Perfect Combination – Stacy Lattisaw & Johnny Gill
  • Seize the Day – Karyn White
  • Simply Irresistible – Robert Palmer
  • Simply the Best – Tina Turner
  • Somewhere Out ThereLinda Ronstadt and James Ingram
  • So Alive – Love and Rockets
  • Solid – Ashford & Simpson
  • St. Elmo’s Fire – John Parr
  • Start Me Up – The Rolling Stones
  • Stayin’ Alive – Bee Gees
  • That’s the Way I Like It – KC and the Sunshine Band
  • The FlameCheap Trick
  • The Future’s so Bright, I Gotta Wear Shades – Timbuk 3
  • The Heat is OnGlenn Frey
  • The Only Way is UpYazz
  • The Power of LoveHuey Lewis & the News
  • The Promise Of A New DayPaula Abdul
  • The Winner Takes It AllABBA
  • These DreamsHeart
  • Time (Clock of the Heart) – Culture Club
  • Time – Alan Parsons Project
  • Together Forever – Rick Astley
  • Tomorrow – Annie Movie Soundtrack
  • TrueSpandau Ballet
  • Tuff Enuff – Fabulous Thunderbirds
  • You Got It All – The Jets
  • You’re the Voice – John Farnham
  • U Can’t Touch This – MC Hammer
  • Upside Down – Diana Ross
  • Uptown Girl – Billy Joel
  • Waiting For A Star To FallBoy Meets Girl
  • Walk This WayRun DMC Aerosmith
  • Walking On Sunshine – Katrina & The Waves
  • We Are Family – Sister Sledge
  • We Are The Champions – Queen
  • We Are The World – Michael Jackson
  • We Got the BeatThe Go Gos
  • What A Feeling (Flashdance) – Irene Cara
  • Wild Wild West – The Escape Club
  • When the Going Gets Tough – Billy Ocean
  • Why Can’t We Be FriendsWar
  • Wild Wild West – The Escape Club
  • Winning – Santana
  • YMCA – Village People
  • You CameKim Wilde
  • You Decorated My Life – Kenny Rogers

♦MOTIVATIONAL SONGS OF 1970’s | ’70s♦

  • A Dream Goes On Forever – Todd Rundgren
  • Believe – Cher
  • Color My WorldChicago
  • Desiderata – You Are A Child Of The Universe – Les Crane
  • Disney Girls – Captain & Tennille
  • Don’t Stop The Music – Yardbrough & Peoples
  • Oh Happy Day (Gospel) – Edwin Hawkins Singers
  • Feel FlowsBeach Boys
  • Free Ride – Edgar Winter Band
  • Fast Car – Tracy Chapman
  • Get it on – Marc Bolan & T.Rex
  • Get Up Stand Up – Bob Marley
  • Gimme Hope Jo’anna – Eddy Grant
  • Hang On In ThereJohnny Bristol
  • Hot Hot Hot – Buster Poindexter
  • I Believe In Miracles – Ramones
  • I Can See Clearly Now – Jimmy Cliff
  • I Had A Dream – John B Sebastian
  • Imagine – John Lennon
  • I’ll Take You ThereThe Staple Singers
  • Is This The Way To Amarillo – Tony Christie
  • It’s A Long Way To The Top (If You Wanna Rock & RollAC/DC
  • JumpVan Halen
  • Just My ImaginationTemptations
  • Keep On Loving YouREO Speedwagon
  • Let’s Stay TogetherAl Green
  • Life and Breath – Ronnie Dyson
  • Listen to the Music – Doobie Brothers
  • Longer – Dan Fogelberg
  • Love Is In the Air – John Paul Young
  • Love is the Answer – England Dan & John Ford Coley
  • Move on Up – Curtis Mayfield
  • My Way – Frank Sinatra
  • Oh What A Night – Four Seasons
  • People get Ready – Golden Gospel Singers
  • People Make The World Go RoundThe Stylistics
  • The Second Time Around – Shalamar
  • Reunited – Peaches & Herb
  • Sail On SailorBeach Boys
  • Shining Star – Earth, Wind, and Fire
  • Smile – Eric Clapton
  • Show Me the Way – Peter Frampton
  • Shower the People – James Taylor
  • Slow Ride – Foghat
  • Summer Breeze – Seals & Crofts
  • Super Trouper – ABBA
  • Take It Easy – Eagles
  • Teach Your ChildrenCrosby Stills Nash & Young
  • The Tide is High – Blondie
  • Times of your Life – Paul Anka
  • Touch A Hand (Make A Friend) – Staple Singers
  • Up, Up & Away – The Fifth Dimension
  • Wildfire – Michael Martin Murphy
  • Walking in Rythm – BlackByrds
  • Wishing on a Star – Rose Royce
  • Why Can’t We Live Together – Timmy Thomas
  • Why Worry – Art Garfunkel
  • Workin’ on a Groovy Thing – The 5th Dimension
  • Yes We Can Can – Pointer Sisters
  • You Ain’t Seen Nothing YetBachman Turner Overdrive
  • You Light Up My Life – Debby Boone

♦MOTIVATIONAL SONGS OF 1960’s | ’60s♦

  • A Beautiful Morning – The Rascals
  • A Change Is Gonna Come – Sam Cooke
  • Ain’t No Mountain High EnoughMarvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell
  • All Right Now – Free
  • And The Beat Goes OnSonny and Cher
  • Amazing Grace – Judy Collins
  • Baby I Need Your Lovin’Four Tops
  • Born To Be Wild – Steppenwolf
  • Both Sides Now – Joni Mitchell
  • Bridge over Troubled Water – Simon & Garfunkel
  • Crystal Blue Persuasion – Tommy James & Shondells
  • Dancing in the Streets – Martha and the Vandellas
  • Daydream Believer – Monkees
  • Do You Believe In Magic – The Lovin’ Spoonful
  • Don’t Worry BabyBeach Boys
  • Downtown – Petula Clark
  • Call MePetula Clark
  • Get Up I Feel Like Being Like A Sex Machine – James Brown
  • Get Together – Youngbloods
  • Get Ready – Rare Earth
  • Good VibrationsBeach Boys
  • Groovin’The Rascals
  • Hold On I’m ComingSam and Dave
  • Feelin’ Alright – Joe Cocker
  • Five O’Clock World – The Vogues
  • Getting Better – Beatles
  • Good Vibrations – The Beach Boys
  • He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My BrotherHollies
  • Here Comes the SunBeatles
  • Higher and Higher – Jackie Wilson
  • I Feel Good – James Brown
  • I Got You BabeSonny and Cher
  • I Say a Little Prayer – Aretha Franklin
  • I Shall Be Released – The Band
  • I Wanna Be Free – The Monkees
  • I Want to Take You HigherSly & Family Stone
  • If I Had A HammerTrini Lopez
  • I’ll Take You ThereStaples Singers
  • I’m A BelieverMonkees
  • It’s my life – The Animals
  • Long Time Gone – Crosby, Stills & Nash
  • Magic Carpet RideSteppenwolf
  • May Each Day – Andy Williams
  • My Coloring Book – Dusty Springfield
  • Old FriendsSimon and Garfunkel
  • People Get ReadyImpressions
  • Push and PullRufus Thomas
  • RainbowMarmalade
  • Respect – Aretha Franklin
  • Respect YourselfStaples Singers
  • River Deep Mountain High – Tina Turner
  • Stand By Me – Ben E. King
  • Turn Turn Turn – Byrds
  • Uptight Everything’s AlrightStevie Wonder
  • You’ll Never Walk Alone – Gerry & the Pacemakers
  • Walk Like A ManFrankie Valli & The Four Seasons
  • We’ll Sing In The Sunshine – Gale Garnett
  • What a Wonderful World – Louis Armstrong
  • What Does It TakeJr Walker All Stars
  • What the World Needs Now – Jackie DeShannon
  • With A Little Help From My FriendsBeatles
  • With God On Our Side – Manfred Mann / Bob Dylan
  • Wonderful World – Sam Cook
  • Wouldn’t It Be Nice – Beach Boys

♦MOTIVATIONAL SONGS OF 1950’s | ’50s♦

  • It Was a Very Good Year – Frank Sinatra 
  • Catch A Falling Star – Perry Como
  • Don’t Rain on My Parade – Bobby Darin
  • Get Happy – Judy Garland
  • Happy Talk – South Pacific movie soundtrack
  • Happiest Girl in the WorldDonna Fargo
  • High Hopes – Frank Sinatra
  • Johnny B Goode – Chuck Berry
  • New York New YorkFrank Sinatra
  • Ready TeddyElvis Presley
  • Singin in the RainGene Kelly
  • Take FiveDave Brubeck Quartet 
  • When You Wish Upon A Star – Pinocchio Soundtrack
  • Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah – Bob B. Soxx and The Blue Jeans

 

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