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3 Bad Habits to Kick in 2020

January 14, 2020

Humans are creatures of habit. We all have a number of habits that are either good or bad. Whilst we enjoy benefiting from our good habits, bad habits can cause serious problems in our lives.  Not all bad habits are recognised by the person either, they continue throughout their entire lives not realising they are even doing the habit. This year, take back control and kick the following 3 bad habits. Some of which you may not be aware you’re…

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Why Dieting Doesn’t Work

December 30, 2019

There’s a big difference between a “diet” and “dieting,” but both are often used interchangeably, leading to a lot of confusion.  A diet is somebody’s habitual eating pattern. In the west, it’s usually a bowl of cereal for breakfast, a sandwich for lunch, and meat and veggies for dinner with a few snacks in between. Habitual diets, however, vary dramatically through time and space. In China, the majority of calories in rural provinces still come from traditional rice and vegetables.…

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4 Overlooked Ways To Look After Your Health and Fitness

December 19, 2019

You’ll have heard of the common ways that you should look after your health: keep the fast-food meals to a minimum, don’t leave those running shoes in the cupboard for too long, and don’t spend too many evenings out on the town with friends. But if you’re going to remain as fit and healthy as you could, then you shouldn’t limit yourself to just the obvious methods for staying in shape and good health. Indeed, there are some often overlooked…

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What Happens When Your Bladder Turns Against You?

December 12, 2019

#leakageprobs The bladder, the uterus, the bowel … what do they all have in common? Well, they’re all controlled by the pelvic floor in a woman’s body. That’s right, the twelve pelvic floor muscles in a woman’s body work together to support the bladder, uterus, and bowel. But in this article, we’re solely going to focus on one of those three areas: The bladder. Let us ask you a few questions before we go any further. First of all, did…

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The Easy Route To Daily Health Habits You Actually Remember

December 10, 2019

We all must do what we can to keep ourselves in top health. As each year passes, our bodies reach new limitations and issues that we didn’t even realize were possible. For the most part, we deal with such problems by increasing exercise routines and upping healthy eating efforts. In some instances, though, we need a daily helping hand to keep us in top condition. Whether you have to take daily medication, get into vitamin habits, or even learn how…

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5 Ways to Cope With Inertia of a Desk Job

November 25, 2019

By Patrick Adams   A desk job is mostly connected to a sedentary way of life, which is infamous for leading to many health issues over a longer period. You are usually forced to sit around 8 hours every day at your desk, and that’s when you’re not sitting at a stressful meeting. In time, you’ll notice that the inertia that comes hand in hand with this type of work is what hugely affects your physical, as well as mental…

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How to Cope with the Loss of a Loved One

November 20, 2019

By Stella Ryne   Coping with the loss of a loved one is one of the hardest challenges a lot of people can deal with. Even though it’s a natural part of life, the majority of people are still overpowered by confusion and shock that sometimes lead to a prolonged period of sadness and depression. If you want to learn how to cope with the loss of a loved one with success, just keep on reading. Here are some guidelines…

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5 Pretty Simple Ways To Boost Your Self-Esteem

November 13, 2019

The way we view ourselves and the way we value our own actions is absolutely vital. If you have very little self-worth or confidence, then you’re not going to be able to hit the heights that you’re capable of – that’s a fact. Those that go out, do things, and reach a good level of success all have that ability to back themselves. It’s a feeling of knowing they’ll be okay, and not really caring about what the person next…

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The Surprising Health Risks Of Winter

November 1, 2019

Now is the time to wrap up warm and insulate our homes, as the winter season is finally upon us. By taking these (relatively) simple steps, you will do much to protect your health this winter. Of course, you don’t need us to remind you of that fact. Still, while you already know the health risks associated with the chillier temperatures – colds and viruses, frostbite, pneumonia – there might be other health risks that you haven’t considered. Here are…

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