The Best Way to Upgrade Interior of Your Pontiac Models

Pontiac models have stolen hearts of many car enthusiasts owing their eye catching designs and matchless finishing. These models are perfect amalgamation of comfort and style. Now, one can also install Pontiac G6 Interior Lights in models, which take visibility experience of drivers to another level. These come in packages including dome lights, map lights, foot well lights, step/courtesy lights and door lights. All these are known for providing aesthetic and eye catching appearance to models. The lightings can be conveniently installed in interior cabins of Pontiac models years including 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, and 2013.

Based on hi-intensity light emitting diode technology, the interior lightings are best way to upgrade old and dim factory interior incandescent light lights. These comprise of 100 % direct replacement LED bulbs in three vibrant color options like deep blue, crystal white and red light color. All these colored bulbs come with high power Philips Lumileds along with UV protected polycarbonate lenses, which reflect intense brightness as compared to conventional LED bulbs.

Some of the finest features of installing Pontiac G6 Interior Lights include:

  • Pre-configured with all kinds of LED lights
  • Three times better brightness than stock incandescent interior bulbs
  • Longer serviceable life span
  • High performance with less energy consumption
  • Eco friendliness
  • Less heat emission
  • Easy installation with no modifications

What are purposes behind installing these lights? The interior lights serve following functions in mid-sized Pontiac models:

  • Illuminate pathways

The LED based lights are known for rendering bright and intense beam on dim and dull roads. These enable drivers to experience clearer and safer discernibility.

  • Insure safety of drivers

The inner lights allow drivers to navigate their vehicles safely in all weather conditions. These help in acknowledging their presence and thus, avoid any kind of road accidents to take place.

  • Add style to vehicles

If you want to endow attractive appearance to your vehicles, install these lights today. These proffer varied colors of light, which add charm and elegance factors to models.

  • Easy installation

The lighting are pre-configured and ready to install, which facilitate in hassle free and prompt installation of lights. Additionally, these do not require any change in set up.

  • Cost effectives

The LED interior light sources are available at very affordable market prices. So, one can purchase these without spending much one’s pocket.

Now, you can purchase these lighting systems at various websites. Some of these also allow online order facilities without charging any shipping charges.

National Eating Disorders Week hopes to raise awareness: How to get help

Designed to raise awareness of conditions such as anorexia and bulimia, National Eating Disorders Week occurs Feb. 23 to March 1. It’s also intended to help sufferers, parents and friends discover how to get help as well as what to do to prevent these diseases, reported Forbes on Feb. 22.

The three main types of eating disorders are anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa and binge eating disorder, but the causes and solutions are not so easily categorized, say experts.

“Eating disorders are complicated and vexing problems and we don’t exactly understand the pathophysiology of them,” noted Dr. Aaron Krasner, a practicing psychiatrist, and Director of the Adolescent Transitional Living Program at Silver Hill Hospital in New Canaan, Connecticut.

“Certainly there is both a genetic component and an environmental component,” he added. But “it is not a one size fits all remedy or a preventive strategy.”

An estimated 10 million women and one million men in the United States suffer from an eating disorder, according to the Eating Disorder Foundation.

And eating disorders do not discriminate: Addiction specialist Drew Pinksy’s daughter Paulina just revealed that she battled bulimia and anorexia for seven years, reported USA Today on Feb. 24.

“Purging eight times in one day to cope with the emotional stress of being home during spring break had finally scared me enough to take action,” she wrote in an essay on body shame.

One of the keys to recovery: Talking about it rather than trying to hide the disorder, says Paulina.

“For me, talking about it normalizes talking about it. Eating disorders shouldn’t be a secret because that’s what perpetuates them,” she explained.

Dr. Drew said he takes pride in his daughter’s decision to get help.

“When she recognized she needed help she sought treatment and actively engaged in the process. And now she is using her insights to help others,” he stated.

But for those with eating disorders, the path to recovery can be long and difficult, revealed Jenni Schaefer recently in the Huffington Post. She’s the author of “Almost Anorexic: Is My (or My Loved One’s) Relationship with Food a Problem? (The Almost Effect)” and “Life Without Ed: How One Woman Declared Independence from Her Eating Disorder and How You Can Too” (click for details).

Even after getting professional help, Jenni remained too thin. And she was obsessed with the “thigh gap” look symptomatic of women who are unnaturally slender.