Tuesday , 17 October 2017
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5 Things You Had No Idea Were Good for Your Health

It seems that every time we start to heavily indulge in a particular activity, we realize that this streak cannot continue for too long. Take junk food for example – while it tastes oh-so-delicious, it’s unhealthy, comes in heavy meal sizes and will get you fat. Alcohol might sound like fun times, but if you overdo it, you’ll end up ... Read More »

Four Health Benefits of Hot Tubs

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Do you want to know the health benefits of hot tubs? A hot tub is a large tub that’s filled with hot and aerated water for physical therapy or recreational purposes. It enables you to feel relaxed and enhances one’s mental health. The reason is that the gentle and hot water jets provide you with an overall relaxing atmosphere. In ... Read More »

6 Minor Symptoms That Should Not Be Ignored

Although hypochondria is a legitimate mental disorder, we’ve all experienced a bout or two. However, even though not paying attention to a symptom that you’re experiencing isn’t classified as a mental disorder, ignoring it can sometimes do much more damage than overreacting. This can especially be problematic if the symptoms are minor. With this in mind, we’ve outlined 6 of ... Read More »

Tips for Getting a Good Night’s Rest

Regular sleep is essential for your well-being. Sleep deprivation causes low productivity, bad mood, and lowers the immune system. Therefore, in order to lead a healthy lifestyle, it’s vital that you have a good night’s rest, and sleep between 6 and 8 hours every night. If you’ve had a difficult time falling asleep and you can’t rest enough to feel ... Read More »

Most Important Nutritional Elements to Keep in Mind When Working Out

A well-thought-out diet is one of the key elements of the human health, as it provides the person with all the essential nutrients and compounds needed for the body to function properly. When talking about workout regimes, the importance of nutrition is even more expressed, as those who indulge in regular exercise require energy, strength, endurance, focus and other fundamental ... Read More »

Exploring the World of Female Body-Builders

For some people, those seriously buff beefcake lads border a little bit too much on having gone too far with their muscle-building regimes, although they themselves will admit to the fact that that’s exactly what they’re going for — the so-called “freaky” look. I mean that’s what the body-building competitions are all about — showcasing something which clearly took professional-level ... Read More »

Exploring the Effects of the Evolution of Great British Sports on Health and Fitness

With the recent conclusion of the biggest sporting event in the world (one which involves the most number of different sporting codes, that is), the Olympics never fail to bring into focus our relationship with the professional sportspersons we admire so. Whether your unrealised talent could perhaps have had you battling it out amongst all the athletes or indeed if ... Read More »

Quick and Easy Energy-Boosting Snacks

Even if you’re not all that active and you don’t really follow any form of exercise regime, chances are you experience two energy peaks per 24-hour period. Of course if you experience two peaks you know what that means, right? It means you experience two slumps as well — one which commonly occurs at what is perhaps the worst of ... Read More »

How Thin is Too Thin?

At the risk of ruffling some feathers and perhaps coming across as a little obnoxious, the one-compound-word answer to the question of “How thin is too thin?” is “model-thin!” There, I said it. Those supermodels you see strutting their stuff, or rather strutting “the clothes designers’ stuff,” are just simply way too thin. For the modelling industry they may be ... Read More »