How To Regulate Your Sodium Levels When You Work Out

November 28 2017

As much as 60% of your body is made up of water and when you work out, you can lose quite a bit. Drinking water helps with the functioning of the joints and body tissues, the regulation of body temperature, and the transportation of nutrients. But some of us don’t drink enough. Here’s how to get...

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15 Ways To Get 10,000 Steps A Day Without Exercising More

November 27 2017

You know sitting’s no good for your health, but there’s not much you can do about your sedentary desk job. The whole 10,000-steps-a-day thing seems like a pretty lofty goal anyway, since that much walking amounts to traversing roughly 8 kilometres daily. And for many of us, it is a lofty goal: Back in 2010, research showed our...

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Avoid These Tendon-Damaging Habits

November 11 2017

Your tendons are tough yet elastic bands of tissue that attach your muscles to your bones, and you have around 4,000 of them all over your body, according to experts. Other than connecting muscles to bones, your tendons also make it possible for you to move your various joints. Overuse of your tendons can leave it inflamed, which...

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Easy Hand Exercises

November 10 2017

You rely on your hands when driving, typing, texting, cooking, painting, crocheting, and so many other innumerable tasks. That is why keeping at bay hand muscle and joint pain and inflammation is very important. There are a handful of simple and easy exercises for the hands that you may carry out on a regular basis, especially after utilizing them...

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Losing Weight Guide

November 9 2017

If you’re overweight, losing weight will bring you a range of important health benefits. The key to success? Making realistic changes to your diet and level of physical activity that can become a part of your daily routine. This guide can help you to start your journey towards a healthy weight. Commit to Change Modern...

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How Climbing Stairs Can Improve Your Health

October 30 2017

Stair climbing is an excellent form of cardiovascular and muscle-toning exercise — the pounding of your heart, gasping for air, and burning sensation in the legs serve as proof! While going to the gym to get an excellent dose of fat-burning cardio and muscle-building workout is a good thing, the truth is you don’t really...

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Getting Rid Of Constipation & Bloating

October 26 2017

Constipation is not an illness, sickness or disease. It is more of a simple digestive problem, that gets worse by our lack of attention. Constipation is generally considered a condition in which bowel movements are difficult or infrequent. This results in a dry, hard stool. There are multiple causes of constipation and of the most...

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What to Eat Before, During, and After Running

October 23 2017

by Laurel Leicht  What you consume—and when you have it—can help improve your running game, whether you’re a 5K-er or a long-distance runner. Discover the secrets to powering up for success. Even if you only jog the occasional few miles, you’ve likely heard about marathoners carb-loading before a race or long run. But pasta isn’t the only...

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Health Benefits of Doing Yoga

October 19 2017

Yoga is not merely for the sake of calming your mind. In fact, it goes beyond this point by relieving you from undesirable health problems such as the following: 1. Ease Stress You cannot completely avoid stress. You will encounter it at home and even in the workplace. However, you can minimize its intensity by...

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Tricks To Avoid Muscle Cramps

October 12 2017

Muscle cramps are involuntary, intensely painful muscle contractions that nearly every athlete has experienced at some point. Some people experience them often and simply seem to be prone to muscle cramps. No one is immune to muscle cramps. It is often caused by being dehydrated, having poor blood circulation, not stretching enough, or just fatiguing...

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