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Common Health Problems & Solutions
Knowing the Effects of Debt on Your Health
MAY 7, 2011 BY ADMIN LEAVE A COMMENT
Debt. Most of us have it – some have more than others. If you have too much debt it can keep you up at night. Debt can cause stress and worry. Debt can affect your health. Many people recognize the emotional signs of stress but miss the signs of the physical symptoms of stress. No matter what signs are experienced it is best to consider them seriously and try to lower your stress levels to improve your overall health. A person can eat right, exercise, take vitamins and still have health problems. Stress is known as the silent killer. Stress can cause high blood pressure, chest pains and … [Read more…]
Personal Trainers; A Fitness Friends
MARCH 9, 2011 BY ADMIN LEAVE A COMMENT
The perk of having a personal trainer is to get in the best shape possible. Many have tried videos, online instructions and gathering information from friends, but sometimes that might not be enough. Just like our personalities, no one person is like another. That goes the same when it comes down to getting in shape. Everyone has goals they want to reach and a personal trainer can help you get there. Some people are looking to lose weight while others are looking to tone or build muscle mass. A trainer can coach you on special exercise to perform and how to do them correctly. Trainers also … [Read more…]
Good Workouts Start at the Core
MARCH 2, 2011 BY ADMIN LEAVE A COMMENT
To have a strong core you don’t have to spend hours in the gym a day. There are simple exercises that can be done right in the comfort of your home. It’s all about endurance and time to achieve your goal of a tight midsection. First up are old fashion crunches. Lie flat on your back with your knees in the air. Place your hands at the back of your head, but do not hold your head or neck during the routine. This may cause damage to your neck area. Then curl half way up and roll back down. For the lower core do leg lifts by putting your hands at your side and pushing your lower body toward … [Read more…]
When Warm Is Good…
FEBRUARY 28, 2011 BY ADMIN LEAVE A COMMENT
So you have a strained or pulled muscle. Or perhaps you were working out too vehemently. Regardless of the issue, heat can be a big help in the healing process. But used incorrectly, can become a hindrance and actually make the pain worse. Heat therapy works best after ice therapy. In a nutshell, ice the area immediately after the incident. As your body’s initial reaction is to send blood immediately to the injured area to promote healing, inflammation can occur—followed by pain and bruising. Ice slows this process and relieves the pain. It should only be done 20 minutes per hour for … [Read more…]
How Spirulina Affects Our Health?
FEBRUARY 21, 2011 BY ADMIN LEAVE A COMMENT
A balanced diet regime is the foundation stone for a healthy physiological condition. Diet deprived of macro or micronutrients can affect our health in many ways. Malnutrient condition can lead to a variety of diseases which can plagiarize our livelihood in general. In such a respect inclusion of dietary supplements and alternative modes of nutrient intake can effectively strengthen our immune building. Scientists worldwide are extensively researching the parallel modes and innovative ways to gear up to the challenges posed by malnutrition. Simple blue green algae called Spirulina is a … [Read more…]
How To Fight Cellulite?
FEBRUARY 16, 2011 BY ADMIN LEAVE A COMMENT
Dialectologists are extensively researching on the parameters of a balanced diet. Though we all are more or less familiar with the domain of fat reduction and how it can help in fitness modules, cellulite deposition is the recent debate hovering in the health profession. Cellulite is more or less similar in every respect like fats but it tends to be more ugly as it is easily visible and cause a lot of embarrassment to an individual. Fat tissues are comprised of connective tissues which helps in proper functioning of our respective organs. Abnormal condition is reported when unwanted fluids and … [Read more…]
How To Add Little Spice To Your Diet?
FEBRUARY 9, 2011 BY ADMIN LEAVE A COMMENT
A proper balanced diet is a prerequisite for a healthy living. A balanced diet often helps in proper functioning of our body with cumulative benefits. The diet contains all the required nutrients needed to establish a proper framework of both micro and macro nutrients. It helps in proper functioning of our physiological systems. We as an individual are required to establish a disciplined approach regarding diet plans. But we often end up giving in to the longings for our favorite dishes which do not support a balanced diet regime. This brings a sense of guiltiness in us as we crave to loose … [Read more…]
Importance of Proper Nutrition For Your Health
FEBRUARY 7, 2011 BY ADMIN LEAVE A COMMENT
For ages people are aware of the importance of nutritious food for their health. If you are someone who is concerned about your health, the first and foremost way of proceeding is to take care of your nutrition. Along with physical activities, it is the intake of proper nutritious food which helps the growth and development of your mind and body. In this modern age people are increasingly getting attracted towards junk and packaged foods. People are neglecting their health and well-being as there is hardly time left in their schedule to think about food and nutrition. However it is essential … [Read more…]
Importance Of Exercise In Your Life
FEBRUARY 5, 2011 BY ADMIN LEAVE A COMMENT
With every passing day life is becoming faster and more competitive. It is becoming imperative for you to perform your best in sphere of your life. Sustaining yourself in your professional as well as personal life is now becoming an ordeal. In this age everyone is running to reach their set goals or the goals set by others. In the pursuit of money, people are increasingly forgetting about the need of proper health and exercise in their life. Your well-being depends on a number of factors of which exercise and other physical activities play a significant role. People are spending more and … [Read more…]
So Why Do You Need Vitamin K?
FEBRUARY 2, 2011 BY ADMIN LEAVE A COMMENT
Every now and then there is a new buzz word in the medical community. Of course, it gets broadcast through various media outlets directly to the public without any true education on what it is or what it’s for. Everyone is either scared that they aren’t getting it or afraid that they may have it. Enter Vitamin K. Vitamin K has been touted as an essential vitamin itself and for the absorption of other vitamins. Well, a true education is in order here. Why do you really need Vitamin K? Once Vitamin K overcame the stigma of “not a real vitamin and only necessary for clotting,” … [Read more…]