Most of us want to live a healthier lifestyle, but the thought of making the necessary changes can seem overwhelming. Here are the top 3 tips to make lifestyle changes achievable:Aim to create one behavior change at a time
The following is courtesy of Nitin Chhoda PT DPT and his entire team, November 20, 2015:Thanksgiving is around the corner, and everyone's looking forward to getting together with family and indulging (why not?).
If you’re addicted to drugs, cocaine, alcohol or marijuana, this post is for you. If you want to educate a loved one, a friend, a family member or relative on the hazards of marijuana, this article will help you build a better understanding.
Unfortunately, nowadays most people do not exactly care about what is going to happen to the environment. Of course, you can see a lot of young people and a lot of old people as well to worry. Thus people will recycle, they will talk about the fact that the environment is getting worse and worse. They will try to convince people that they have to do something in order to call this illness. However, in these grave days they are too few and the pollution is too much.
well I have been struggling with a sore hip for about a month now. I decided to stop running and let it heal and I have also been seeing a new chiropractor. I have really eliminated food/beverages that cause inflammation and tried to up the antioxidents to FIGHT inflammation - all of it has helped. I ran yesterday with no pain. I had some soreness in my hip later in the day but that is still PROGRESS.
Nowadays, the “green” discussion is louder than ever, especially after recent reports revealed that greenhouse gas emissions have hit record highs this year. This is concerning for more than just the health of the environment. This issue could also have a profound impact on your personal health and wellness. Over time, carbon emissions can have a negative effect on lung capacity and even cause carbon poisoning in the human body.