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There’s an old idiom that states, “Take care of your feet because your feet take you everywhere,” or maybe this one, “Take care of your feet because they will carry you for life.” Either way, proper foot care is vital for our overall health and welfare. In conjunction with our “How I Walk” project, let’s take a look at some of the biggest threats to our largest limbs and ways to prevent them from occurring:
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Protein is the macronutrient firmly in the public eye at the moment. With many purported benefits including building muscle, losing weight and maintaining our health, it is little wonder why protein is on the edge of many health and fitness fanatic’s lips.
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There is no pill for loneliness. So said by a friend of mine who has bipolar disorder and a visual impairment. How right he is. There are many things we can treat with pills – high blood pressure, arthritis, ADHD, headaches … but the cure for loneliness requires something much bigger and even more vital for our health: relationships.
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Having a disability can be difficult, but having a solid support group in your life can make the obstacles you face much easier to conquer. Friends offer a shoulder to lean on, an ear for listening, someone to laugh with, and the motivation to become your happiest and healthiest self.
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While you struggle to lose weight, these questions must have surely crossed your mind – Can I gain muscle at the same time? Should I try to gain muscle and lose fat simultaneously?
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Many people don’t even know that they have an arrhythmia because the symptoms aren’t always visible. While any person can develop this condition, there are certain factors which increase the risk of an arrhythmia. People who already have a heart condition are at a greater risk of developing an arrhythmia. Most heart ailments listed below disrupt the functioning of the heart, and over time this can result in an arrhythmia.
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What Is An Arrhythmia?
Any irregularity in heartbeat is termed as arrhythmia. Simply put, during an arrhythmia, your heart goes out of its normal rhythm and beats faster or slower. Depending on its type and severity, this condition can be harmless or may need immediate medical care.
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We are well and truly into bikini season now, and you might just be panicking if you’ve left it a little late to get your perfect beach body. But don’t worry, even if you are jetting off in the next couple of weeks, you still have time to shed some unwanted pounds, and that is with a juice cleanse.
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Time and environment can really produce many harmful effects on the skin. Taking good and consistent care of the skin can slow down these effects; however, good skin care requires an incredible amount of efforts and patience.
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Arianna Huffington, co-founder of The Huffington Post and renowned sleep advocate, was recently quoted as saying “Sleep deprivation is the new smoking”. She could not be more correct. We are currently in the middle of a national epidemic, with 70 million people suffering from a sleeping disorder. For many, getting a good night’s sleep is now a rare occasion. This is largely due to a lack of awareness of the importance of getting that 8 hours of sleep every night. It is also due to bad habits which have become normalized. So what are some of these bad habits, and what can we avoid to get a better night’s sleep?