As a business owner, one of the things that you would have to take is risks. However, taking risks does not necessarily mean jumping at every opportunity offered before you. Since you also have a responsibility to your employees as well as to your investors, you would need to make sure that you also protect yourself whenever you enter into an agreement. This is where knowledge about the different kinds of contracts would come in handy.

All contracts, regardless of their type, are bound by the various laws on contracts within your area. Oftentimes, contracts are classified based on the type of payment indicated in it. Some of the most common types of contracts based on this classification would include fixed rice or lump sum contract, unit rate contract, reimbursable contract, and financing contract, among others. Of these, it is the fixed price contract that is most often used.

The fixed price of lump sum contract can be used for both long term and short term engagements. This type of contract clearly indicates how much the cost is for fulfilling the whole contract or for supply of service or product. This type of contract is preferred by most people since it provides a degree of certainty for both parties.

On the other hand, contracts lawyer Denver has make use of the unit rate contracts whenever the business owner would have to work on and get paid based on a specific number or volume of work. Oftentimes, this kind of contract is used for long term engagement where it is not possible for the one party to indicate a specific number of jobs that need to be done.

Whenever one of the parties cannot give a specific date when the project or the work to be done would end and how much it would cost, a Colorado business lawyer would usually prepare a reimbursable contract type. In this contract, the client party has to make an upfront payment to the service provider. Renegotiations for the payment usually take place when the contract already comes to an end.

Lastly, a contracts lawyer Colorado has usually make use of the financing contract when one of the parties need to raise debt and equity during the duration of the project. This type of contract is commonly used in industries involving mining, transportation, building, oil and gas, and infrastructure projects.

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15 thoughts on “What Are The 3 Different Types Of Lupus

  1. Shirley D

    I would like to know how a detox foot bath helps Autism?
    I offer foot detoxifying at a lower rate than most other places in town but often get questions asked of me that I can’t answer. I am looking to find information on how the detox helps different disease????? links or personal information is welcome Thanks Shirley D

    1. mommyof5

      The feet have the largest pores in the body so having a foot soak is a great way to get rid of toxins which are bodies release through these pores which is why many people can have such stinky feet. Epsom salt soaks are wonderful and can help the whole body just like a foot treatment by someone experienced in reflexology. My 4 year-old Aspie daughter takes 20 minute Epsom salt baths every other day. It helps pull the toxins out since she even had measles or chicken pox type zits come out on her back after 3 weeks of soaking which my friend’s 5 year-old autistic boy had the same thing then both had some great behavior & skill development after 5-6 weeks of soaking in Epsom salt baths. We are both continuing our children with these inexpensive baths. I buy the lavender Epsom salt soak for myself (called Batherapy from a health store in our town) made from Para Laboratories in New York…it is wonderful. I just had a huge, very old mercury filling removed that was actually sitting on my gum tissue according to the dental assistant. I had a crunchy cabbage salad for dinner that night so my mouth was sore from eating. The temp. crown was throbbing on the real tooth stub along a painful gum area where the work was done which I thought would prevent me from sleeping. So, I soaked my feet in the lavender mineral bath and within 20 minutes while still soaking I felt no pain in my mouth. The next day, I didn’t have any pain at all either which was shocking since my other crowns haven’t been as painful on the day of treatment as this crown procedure caused me. The next day after this food soak I could eat crunchy foods and didn’t have any pain!

      My mom is diabetic and started soaking her feet in Epsom salt every other night when I told her about the detoxifying that Epsom salts do for the body…she had a nurse compliment her on her healthy-looking feet just after 3 weeks or so of soaking in Epsom salts. The nurse said, “I have never seen a diabetic with feet that look so healthy!” My mom is so excited that her callouses are almost all gone now which is wonderful for someone who walks 2 miles per day and is very active at 72! Maybe if the Epsom salts pull more toxins out of her pancreas she might be able to cut her diabetes medication from a full pill to 1/2 a pill per day like she can occasionally during the summer months. My callouses are almost gone and I am having good success with stress reduction and improved adrenals after Epsom salt soaks and free reflexology treatments from my cousin who just volunteered to treat our family. Since so many diseases are related to our inability to detoxify our body/organs as my autistic daughter’s liver (and thyroid and pancreas as well) is overstressed from too many toxins from vaccines and environment like heavy metals and viruses, detoxing foot baths are a great, safe way to cleanse our body.

      My Aspie daughter loves her “princess treatment” of a foot soak which I create a spa atmosphere for her and her older & younger sister. Maybe you could also offer a wide assortment of detox teas for the parents of autistic kids who come for a foot soak since these parents are stressed and many carry a heavier than the average amount of toxins, heavy metals, etc. as this disability to detox the body (low methylation, low glutathione) properly is one of the genetic components of my daughter’s autism. It takes me extra time to come out of anethesia than the norm and I am extremely sensitive to medications even over-the-counter I have to take 1/2 a dose or I can get knocked out easily. Offer a discount to parents of autistic or disabled children since they aren’t good about taking care of themselves and stress is high while support is lacking in most communities. Cancer is a disease due to detoxing problems as is most of the diseases that are on the rise like diabetes, lupus, fibromyalgia, and other autoimmune diseases since the immune system is suppressed so it doesn’t work well. Genetics is the gun while environment is the trigger so that is great that you are helping to eliminate the pull of the trigger by offering foot detoxing soaks. Good luck!

  2. specialme9

    I need someone to talk to about my rheumatoid arthritis….?
    I am 25 years old and I have a severe case of rheumatoid arthritis. I have had this chronic, debilitating disease for 3 years now. I just need advice, comments, ideas, or anything to help me cope with this disease. I am trying to education myself about this illness.

    Also, does anybody know where I can get support from others? Sometimes I just need someone to listen or who can relate to me.

  3. 123

    My dermatologist said i didnt have rosacea ?
    So i thought i had rosacea due to my red rosy cheeks but when i went to go see my dermatologist i got nothing she said i had dry red skin. So what i’m wondering is why do i get symptoms like rosacea i turn bright red when out in the sun and other triggers also cause it. What should i do is their any creams or pills that would help me with this

  4. Klaus

    What are some reasons for hair loss?
    My hair just recently started falling out and breaking off what would be the reason for that?

    My hair is about 6 inches long?

    1. Tamas M

      1. Check your diet. If you are not eating a balanced diet, your entire body will be affected, and your hair is a part of your body. Certain proteins, minerals, and oils are critical for normal hair health.

      2. Check your stress levels. Anxiety and stress are common causes of hair loss. Some stress cannot be avoided, but you can take steps to reduce their affect on your body. One of these is regular exercise. As well, you need to develop relaxation techniques, such as breathing therapy, Yoga, or meditation. Whatever works for you, increase it!

      3. Hair loss can be a symptom of a disease – Lupus and Diabetes are two common causes. When hair loss appears to have no other cause, you need to check with your doctor. Diabetes and Lupus are more dangerous than the hair loss they cause.

      4. How about mom and dad? Hair loss, particularly pattern hair loss, is partially a result of heredity, and heredity from both sides. Unfortunately, this one can’t be reversed.

      5. Fungal infections of the scalp can cause hair loss. Usually, you will see the signs of these on your scalp. Have them diagnosed and get them treated!

      6. Harsh shampoos can cause increased hair loss. There is an ingredient in shampoo which causes it to lather – surfactant. Too much of this can cause itchy, dry, and scaly scalps, and those conditions can cause hair loss.

      If you find that you are doing everything right and have no diseases or scalp conditions, you will want to try other remedies, which fall into three categories.

      1. Medicines developed specifically for hair loss. There are a multitude of creams, pills, and ointments available to try. Everyone is different and what works for one will not necessarily work for you. You will need to experiment to find one that seems to work best for you.

      2. Natural remedies are available as well. Most of these include essential oils, that is, concentrated oils from specific plants. Provillus is a very good example of this method of hair loss treatment. Provillus is an oral supplement, which works to block DHT, a form of testosterone that is responsible for 95 percent of hair loss.

      It also works to stimulate the scalp and bring dead follicles back to life. You can use Provillus as a preventative tool, starting the program before hair loss becomes severe, or you can use it after DHT has already begun to take hold of your hair and scalp.

      3. Surgery: There are a wide variety of procedures available to you, however, they are quite costly. Any type of permanent hair replacement will take several months, several visits, and several trips to your bank account. Research your options, and get several consultations before a final decision.Try the least expensive and lifestyle change options first. If they work, you have saved yourself time and money. But don’t sit on the situation too long – hair loss can be a symptom of something more serious.

      You can order a free trial of Provillus from the source link below. You have a chance your brother didnt have. Help your self before its to late, you might even help your brother.

  5. shelly

    my hair is always falling out… n i was told that i may have low estrogen levels…?
    i recently just had my son 3 months ago.. n i just noticed that my hair falls out alot… while im takin a shower,brushing my hair… or even running my fingers thru my hair.. its to the point that i have a spot along my hair line that is lookin bald already.. is there anythin i can take @ home.. lk vitamins.. or something.

    1. Alex

      Depending on your type of hair loss, treatments are available. If a medicine is causing your hair loss, your doctor may be able to prescribe a different medicine. Recognizing and treating an infection may help stop the hair loss. Correcting a hormone imbalance may prevent further hair loss.

      Medicines may also help slow or prevent the development of common baldness. One medicine, minoxidil (brand name: Rogaine), is available without a prescription. It is applied to the scalp. Both men and women can use it. Another medicine, finasteride, is available with a prescription. It comes in pills and is only for men. It may take up to 6 months before you can tell if one of these medicines is working.

      If adequate treatment is not available for your type of hair loss, you may consider trying different hairstyles or wigs, hairpieces, hair weaves or artificial hair replacement.

      A number of things can cause excessive hair loss. For example, about 3 or 4 months after an illness or a major surgery, you may suddenly lose a large amount of hair. This hair loss is related to the stress of the illness and is temporary.

      Hormonal problems may cause hair loss. If your thyroid gland is overactive or underactive, your hair may fall out. This hair loss usually can be helped by treatment thyroid disease. Hair loss may occur if male or female hormones, known as androgens and estrogens, are out of balance. Correcting the hormone imbalance may stop your hair loss.

      Many women notice hair loss about 3 months after they’ve had a baby. This loss is also related to hormones. During pregnancy, high levels of certain hormones cause the body to keep hair that would normally fall out. When the hormones return to pre-pregnancy levels, that hair falls out and the normal cycle of growth and loss starts again.

      Some medicines can cause hair loss. This type of hair loss improves when you stop taking the medicine. Medicines that can cause hair loss include blood thinners (also called anticoagulants), medicines used for gout, high blood pressure or heart problems, vitamin A (if too much is taken), birth control pills and antidepressants.

      Certain infections can cause hair loss. Fungal infections of the scalp can cause hair loss in children. The infection is easily treated with antifungal medicines.

      Finally, hair loss may occur as part of an underlying disease, such as lupus or diabetes. Since hair loss may be an early sign of a disease, it is important to find the cause so that it can be treated.

  6. mathyu

    how young were you when you DEVELOPED diabetes?
    do you know what you ate that caused it?, do u know what 2 do about it?

    cayenne, bluberries

    1. ★☆✿❀

      It depends on what sort of arthritis you have. Arthritis is a term for over 100 different conditions.

      Generally it’s recommend you keep your weight within the healthy range to put less stress on your joints. A healthy diet with lots of fish and fruit and vegetable is recommended. Omega 3 Fish Oil is good for all forms of arthritis. Exercise is also recommended.

      If you have a form of arthritis that is caused by an overactive immune system like Rheumatoid Arthritis, Lupus or Psoriatic Arthritis then you must see a rheumatologist. They prescribe anti-inflammatory medication like Advil or Aleve as well as a Disease Modifying Anti-Rheumatic Drug like Plaquenil, Methotrexate or Sulfasalazine. If these drugs fail, a new type of drug called Biologics are prescribed. Sometimes steroids are used too.

      If you have osteoarthritis, then it’s recommended that you take anti-inflammatories as needed. Sometimes doctors will inject the joint with a steroid injection.

      If you have gout then a healthy diet is recommended, low in foods that contain uric acid. Anti-inflammatories are prescribed as well as allopurinol or probenecid

      Good luck.

      ….

  7. Madre

    Does anyone experience this type of pain?
    I’ve been to 3 docs now, and none of them seem to understand what I’m experiencing. Best way to explain it? Close your eyes, and imagine sticking a needle in your skin, and then ripping it throughout your body like a streak of lightning, and then pull the needle out in a totally different area of your body. When this happens, I can feel the exact pinpoint spot where the pain begins, and I can feel it’s entire track throughout my body, and the exact pinpoint spot it exits. It can begin anywhere, take any path, and exit anywhere. I’ve had it start in my pinky toe, shoot upwards and exit through my upper back, or begin in my elbow and exit out my left thigh, etc. It feels very “precise” in it’s path. It comes and goes. Sometimes it will happen 20 times a day, sometimes I’ll go 2 weeks with nothing. It lasts maybe .5 seconds, and it causes me to feel very weak and exhausted for a brief moment. I’m also very sensitive to heat and humidity, not sure if that’s related to the pain.

  8. Famez

    Does all lupus effect your skin?
    I know there are many different types of lupus,but when I research it skin rashes are discussed a lot. I was wondering if there was a type that didn’t effect your skin. If so, Which type is it? Thankyou.

    1. Linda R

      There are four types of lupus.
      1. Neonatal lupus affects newborns of mothers who have lupus. If often clears on its own in about 6 months or so. In some cases the child may have congenital heart block which does not resolve itself.
      2. Drug induced lupus is caused by certain medications, notably those for high blood pressure or tuberculosis. It goes away when the drug is withdrawn.
      3. Cutaneous or discoid lupus affects the skin.
      4. Systemic lupus erythematosus affects the body internally (joints, organs, and/or nervous system).

      Some people who have cutaneous lupus develop systemic lupus. Some people who have systemic lupus develop cutaneous lupus.

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