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Your Guide to Natural and Healthy Living
A doctor’s visit has become normal ever since the world grew health conscious. Sometimes a visit to the doctor is not only stressful but also time consuming. You might even think that you get more ill the more you pay your doctor a visit. A visit to the doctor is mandatory once in a while but you can lessen the visits by being healthy. And what better way to stay healthy than to exercise?
We all had our sick days and it would feel so bad when we’re sick on our workout day. You probably think it’s completely okay to attack the illness with a good workout? Or perhaps it would be best to sit this cold out. We’ve all had that same question asked at least once in our lifetime and an article published by Huffington Post tries to answer that.
We all know we should do it. We tell ourselves daily to get off the couch and move. Walk, run, jump, swim, lift weights – any form of exercise. Sometimes it is easier said than done… If you need more motivation, consider the following: recent scientific and medical reports indicate that regular exercise can help to reduce the risk of both Alzheimer’s disease and two prevalent forms of cancer.
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Do you suffer from sinus congestion and/or migraine headaches? Both can be debilitating and have a significant affect on your daily life. Especially at certain times of the year! If over the counter medications make you wary, fear not. There are some great herbal remedies to help you deal with these pains in the head.
Read more below to find out which herbal remedies can help:
Did you know that it is possible to increase your brain power by engaging in regular exercise? Neuroscientist Gregory Berns postulates that our brains are like lazy pieces of meat that can be lit up by physical activity. Even better news – it only takes about 20 minutes to actually benefit from physical activity.
If you want to learn more about how exercise affects brain power, click below:
Depression is a debilitating condition that affects so many people around the world. It can be helpful for sufferers to try to find natural remedies to help deal with the symptoms. There are a number of supplements available for use along with your prescription medication. Some examples include Omega-3 fatty acids, Probiotics, and Vitamin B-12. You should always consult with your physician before taking any supplements.
Click below to read more about natural supplements that can help lift your mood:
Peanut butter may have a bad reputation as an unhealthy food but don’t be so fast to pass judgment! There are actually a number of great benefits of eating this misunderstood treat. Whether you spread it on toast or fruit or just enjoy it straight out of the jar, peanut butter can actually be good for you. Just remember to practice moderation!!
Click below to find out more about the health benefits of eating peanut butter.