Sinai Holiday Properties, your property specialist in Sharm el Sheikh is offering:
Stylish apartment in great location in Naama Bay. The compound is just in front of Genena Mall. It is the best choice for small families due to walking distance to school.
Price: 600,000 EGP
Area approx.: 65 sq. m
Bedrooms: 1 bedroom
Bathrooms: 1 bathroom
Special features: fully furnished, luxury bathroom with jacuzzi
Location: Haloumy, Naama Bay, Sharm el Sheikh, South Sinai, Egypt
Commission to agent: 2.5%
Closing fees: TBA
Viewing is by appointment, contact us in advance to schedule your visit.
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It is one of several phytosterols (plant sterols) with chemical structures similar to that of cholesterol which is widely distributed in the plant kingdom and found in vegetable oil, nuts or avocados.
High levels of β-sitosterol concentrations in blood have been correlated with increased severity of heart disease in men having previously suffered from heart attacks. 
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[What is Pain?]
I've received a bunch of messages asking about injuries and how to deal with them. Before talking about common injuries in archery, I thought it was important that we talk about pain first. So, what is pain, REALLY? 🤷♀️ “Pain is a distressing experience associated with actual or perceived tissue damage with sensory, emotional, cognitive and social components.” Pain can be about a lot more than just tissue damage! This is how we can define pain from a biopsychosocial approach.
Pain is an alarm meant to protect you. Nociceptors (our sensory neurons) respond to stimuli by sending signals about a possible threat to the spinal cord and potentially the brain. With acute injuries that may have tissue damage, this can be really helpful because it’ll (hopefully) stop you from continuing to do something that’s painful. Sometimes, the alarm keeps ringing even though the threat is gone. That’s when you may not necessarily have tissue damage (it may already be healed!) but your “alarm” is still trying to protect you… just maybe a bit too much.
That’s why pain is only SOMETIMES related to tissue damage. Maybe your alarm is still going off but you’ve already had enough time for your tissues to heal!
Pain is multi-dimensional. If pain persists, it’s more often about sensitivity than actual tissue damage as different factors can make your alarm more sensitive. Things like specific movements, activities, or environments can be triggers for pain when they weren’t issues before. It can be good news that pain is multi-dimensional because there are likely many ways to help ease pain.
The focus of the Archery Rehab posts for injuries will be about BUILDING TOLERANCE for specific movements. With the right kind of graded exposure, we can turn down our “pain alarm” as stressors become less threatening.
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📚 Reference: Lehman, G. (2018) Recovery Strategies - Your pain guidebook.
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