Posts Tagged“health”

Everybody wants more energy these days to meet the demands of the full lives we lead. But finding more energy throughout our busy days is a real challenge and with family, work and trying to get some time for ourselves a daily priority, energy is usually in short supply. If we look around the world, we discover that many societies have different strategies to gain more energy throughout the day. In South American many societies take naps called siestas in the middle and hottest part of the day. This time is used to recharge the system for the second half…

Although a stress free office job seems like the last place you’d have to worry about your health, it’s actually fast becoming one of the most dangerous, as years and years of sedentary living can start to really add up. This infographic was put together by Discount Supplements, check them out for the greatest deals on the best protein powder.  

Many people suffer from restricted mobility, this could be a temporary measure as a result of an injury or an operation or something more permanent caused by disease or old age. Thankfully we live in a world where those who are restricted in terms of their mobility, can easily overcome any obstacles which this presents. The lack of mobility which you may be suffering from can have a profound impact on your personal and professional life and it is important therefore that you look for ways in which you can make your life easier. Let’s take a look at some…

When we were young, we thought we would live healthy indefinitely. Sadly, this simply isn’t true, as the passing years reveal to each of us. This worries John Bradberry, as he actively encourages people to see their doctor when they display signs of being seriously ill instead of trying to tough it out. Showing symptoms mentioned below? Call your doctor, or head to the hospital if you are suffering from any of the following conditions: 1) You are vomiting uncontrollably You couldn’t say no to that week-old pizza – now you are paying the price, pledging your allegiance to the…

With changes in lifestyle and diets, high ”bad” cholesterol levels are becoming more and more common. LDL cholesterol (the bad cholesterol) gathers in the arteries, and increases the risk of a heart attack. Because of this, leading a healthy lifestyle, and managing and monitoring medication is now more important than ever. There are numerous ways in which to keep your ”bad” cholesterol levels down, including using lipid lowering medications, eating well, and exercise. Eating Healthier Eating well not only keeps you in good condition by keeping your weight healthy and keeping you energised, but eating the right foods will also…