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19 Aug 2021

[spacer height="20px"] Exercising is essential for everyone, but this is especially true for those with diabetes. In fact, performing any type of workout can do wonders for diabetic patients as exercising can help lower blood pressure and blood sugar, promote better sleep, and improve energy. It can also cut down one’s daily insulin requirement. [spacer height="20px"] Fortunately, there are numerous workouts and weight loss plans out there that you can look into. Depending on your preferences, you can try a weight loss plan that involves the use of a continuous…

16 Mar 2021

Celiac Disease and Gluten Intolerance Part 2     So let's get down to business with my amazing discovery.  As I told you in part one, I found that every time I gave Jenna some bread or crackers, she would have a devastating breakout. Her skin would first become dry, then her back and belly would start to get tiny bumps over her skin.  She would tell me..” Mommy I’m itchy” while scratching her legs wildly, then go back to playing of course.  (Kids are amazing!) However, this would send…

04 Oct 2020

  The only way you can combat the sedentary lifestyle we have today is by working out. There's no better feeling than when you see your body reach its full potential. A couple of decades ago, almost every country had mandatory military service. [spacer height="20px"] Usually, boys in their teens were taken away from their homes, and they had to do physical exercises for three to six months. This type of tradition was ingrained in society for more than three thousand years. The ancient Spartans were famous for taking boys…

21 Sep 2020

There are a lot of factors that can contribute to your health. However, the benefits of making healthy decisions are incredible. For instance, by staying healthy, you can reduce your risk of heart disease, stroke, some cancers, and injuries. Therefore, you need to learn what you can do to stay healthy. [spacer height="20px"] Eat Healthily [spacer height="20px"] What you eat directly contributes to your health. Eating a balanced diet has many benefits. For instance, by making healthy food decisions, you can prevent some diseases. Some of these include heart disease, stroke,…

27 Aug 2020

[spacer height="20px"] By: Jennice Hamilton Spence Welcome back to my blog, and as promised, I have the continuation of the last article discussing some of my favorite products to use while dealing with my daughter and my husband’s dry skin and eczema. In this article we will talk about some of my Don’ts and give you some reasonable explanations why I choose to keep away from these products. For the sake of the internet I would like to say that my statements are my opinions based on my observations and…

12 Feb 2020

As part of the normal aging process, a man’s body begins to suffer from declining hormone production and testosterone is one of those hormones. Healthline states that a man’s testosterone levels begin to slowly decline at the age of 25. Due to some of the symptoms that you can experience, many men choose testosterone replacement therapy. What is Testosterone? Testosterone is a hormone produced in the testicles. As the primary sex hormone, it is responsible for your sex drive and sperm production. Testosterone also plays a role in muscle mass,…

17 Jan 2020

If you are recovering from addiction or another illness, you know the struggles that come with building resilience and fortitude. Addiction recovery feels harder some days than others, and many people who struggle turn to fitness and exercise as a consistent way to improve their mental and physical condition. Like recovery, endurance is about so much more than physical hardiness. It's also about developing a mental constitution. Physical fitness and building endurance provide those in recovery with a helpful tool for overcoming roadblocks and challenges.   Addiction Can Change Your…

23 Aug 2019

Any activity and any type of workout can result in a sporting injury. Professionals are especially at risk because their body goes through excessive wear and tear unique to their sport of choice and triggered by strict competitive training sessions and matches. However, don’t think you’re in the clear just because you’re a recreational athlete! If you happen to end up with an injury, don’t worry, though. Rehabilitation came a long way and you can expect to resume your athletic activities in no time if you follow these sports injury…

10 Feb 2019

Studies reveal that the United States spends about $150 to $200 billion a year to treat citizens afflicted with substance use disorders (SUD). In fact, 9.5 percent of the country’s population falls within the DSM-IV criteria for drug abuse or dependence. Spontaneous remission rates of people suffering from SUDs are low. There is a much higher possibility of them relapsing, as relapse rates may range from 60 percent to 90 percent.   Such statistics have prompted the medical community to channel its efforts to find ways to lower the current…

04 Feb 2019

  Photo via Pixabay by Stevepb   When it comes to feeling good and focusing on your wellness, it’s important to make sure you take into account your physical and mental health at the same time. Whether you want to lose weight, de-stress, or learn how to eat in a healthier way, your actions will benefit your overall wellness as a whole, so taking the time to make sure they are right for you is crucial. When you’re on a budget, it’s a good idea to look for lifestyle changes…

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