The statistics are staggering. Millions of people are grossly overweight, giving them a host of physical problems and illnesses. I should know—I'm one of them.
No matter how obsessed with health and exercise a person may be, no one is perfect. Here are 7 common health mistakes that even the healthiest of people can make. Read on to find out how you can avoid or overcome these bad habits.
As 15%-20% of people age 65 or older suffer from mild cognitive impairment, transcranial magnetic stimulation may be able to reverse memory loss. This magnetic stimulation was used in a clinical study to reverse memory loss.TMS has almost no side effects. The study is explained in this article.
Six simple tips you can use to help you look and feel your very best for those last-minute occasions.
First of all, accept that you are turning thirty and read more to find out what are the rest of the six. Number five is awesome!
Studies done on molecular and epigenetic levels have confirmed that exercise induces structural and functional changes in the brain. Read on to learn more.
After struggling with weight my entire life, I lost 50 pounds, kept them off, and finally got my appetite under control. Eating less and exercising more played a role but becoming assertive and abandoning my people pleasing ways were even more crucial.
For most people, weight loss is simple. Consume fewer calories by changing your diet, and burn more calories by exercising more. The hard part is changing your behavior. Weight loss affirmations make it easier to form new habits.
Obesity and fat-shaming go hand in hand. The bottom line is that it is not only eating excess food that is responsible for obesity. It is the structure of society, political correctness, and stress.
A personal story about weight loss with tips to try and sensible exercise suggestions. I think some of my experience is unique.
Losing weight and becoming fit requires a lot of inner strength, especially when in chronic pain. Often, the people who should be the greatest source of support, sabotage and demotivate.
When I was 38, I weighed the most I ever had in my life. I set out to lose 50 pounds and throughout the process I established specific tactics, reached my goals, and learned quite a bit.