I just can't imagine a happy, healthy, positive person going out and getting wasted all the time or conjuring up some odd sickness, or feeling the need to suck on some gas to get loopy.
San Diego, CA (PRWEB) January 26, 2012
RoadFish.com released today their 5 reasons to stay mentally and spiritually healthy. In the wake of Demi Moore's hospitalization, Pat Sajak's confession of hosting The Wheel of Fortune drunk, and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention releasing the results of their study on Morgellons disease, RoadFish felt it was necessary to highlight the financial cost of not maintaining mental and spiritual health for the overall well-being of an individual. Some of RoadFish's reasons include caring for your mind and spirit, impact on your health and finances, and being there for your family.
RoadFish's editor is quoted as saying, "It might not be evident to most people, but it's obvious to me, that the underlying cause for all three of these tragic issues is something off in their mental and spiritual health. These three stories are just an example of what happens every day to many people. I just can't imagine a happy, healthy, positive person going out and getting wasted all the time or conjuring up some odd sickness, or feeling the need to suck on some gas to get loopy. It just doesn't happen."
TMZ released new information about Demi Moore stating, "One of Demi's friends who was at her home told emergency workers Demi was doing whip-its. A whip-it is a street name for a type of nitrous oxide inhalant. The friend said she became upset when Demi had a reaction to a whip-it and lapsed into semi-consciousness."
This new information, although not yet confirmed, could explain the reason for Demi's sudden hospitalization.
Pat Sajak was quoted as saying, "We had a different show back then...So at NBC in Burbank we had a place called Los Arcos across the street which is Spanish as you know for The Arcos and they served great margaritas. So, Vanna and I would go across and have two or three or six and then come and do and the last shows and have trouble recognizing the alphabet."
RoadFish's editor stated, "I know it is unpopular to say it, but alcohol is a drug just like any other drug just because it has been used by Kings and Queens and served legally in fancy restaurants doesn't mean that it is any better than crystal meth or heroin. All of them do the same thing. They numb your nerves so you can't feel. There is a reason that most religions have considered the abuse of alcohol to be harmful. It is just that it has been around since before most legal systems were created so that the guys that were getting high on booze while they wrote the laws made drinking booze an okay thing. If Cheech and Chong were doing a paid survey to rewrite the U.S. Constitution we know what would happen to the legality of pot."
Wednesday, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released the conclusion to their study started in 2006 to determine the cause of the condition called Morgellons disease. Morgellons is characterized as various skin symptoms that may include the sensation that small bugs are crawling on the skin, biting, and stinging sensations, discovery of fibers on or under the skin and skin lesions. The CDC concluded the cause of Morgellons to be delusional infestation meaning the disease is psychological.
RoadFish stresses how overall well-being beginning with the mind can be a huge factor in personal performance and happiness.
RoadFish.com is an online men's lifestyle and finance magazine targeted toward men in their 30's and 40's that have already attained a moderate level of success in life, and are striving toward more. It goes over current events of interest to this group, such things as exciting adventures, consumer interests, staying healthy, as well as ways to make more and save more money. It is a publication owned by Purpose Inc.