March 28, 2011 in General Health
BOOST YOUR METABOLISM NATURALLY
There are plenty of methods by which you can give your metabolism a much needed boost and that too without resorting to using dangerous drugs and other products.
Most importantly and most often overlooked, is the first meal of the day, the breakfast. Make it a regular habit to never ever skip breakfast. Refrain from using highly refined grains and sugar based products. [...]
March 20, 2011 in General Health
Heart disease is rated as the major cause of death among men as well as women. Even though this is cause for serious concern, there are ways and means to prevent heart disease and to even reverse effects of a previous or current heart condition. Taking steps to lower cholesterol, triglycerides, homocystene and CRP levels are basic steps that can be taken to promote healthy hearts. A few lifestyle changes [...]
February 4, 2011 in General Health
When it comes to eating right and exercising, there is no “I will start tomorrow”. Tomorrow is disease. The more you keep postponing getting into a good health regimen; you are inviting sickness to be a permanent resident in your body.
Investigations have proven beyond an iota of doubt that healthy folks follow an effective preventive regimen with consistency and conviction. By strictly [...]
January 30, 2011 in General Health
The healthiest people I’ve ever met live in an isolated village in the Ecuadorian Andes called Vilcabamba. It blazed into world prominence in 1972 when a census showed that out of a population of 819, seven men and two women were more than 100 years old. That contrasts sharply with figures in the United States where we have fewer than 7,000 centenarians. Vilcabamba produces them at a rate 366 [...]
January 10, 2011 in General Health
Real comfort and happiness is experienced when we are in a sound health. Although modern man has developed sophisticated machines, medical equipments and powerful medicines, he is deprived of health and therefore he is far away from happiness. He has conquered the diseases like typhoid, malaria, leprosy, tuberculosis, small pox etc. by inventing antibiotics but he is still struggling to control diseases [...]
December 30, 2010 in General Health
When a person becomes angry, a stress mechanism is activated in the body which leads to a lot of biological changes in the body. It is as if a red alert or emergency were declared in the body to cope with an impending threat. This is a spontaneous physiological response of the body whenever you get aroused. It is immaterial for the body whether you are aroused due to a traffic jam or due to the negligence [...]
December 3, 2010 in General Health
There are large number of companies caring for the health of our teeth. However, we have only one confusion, out of these products manufactured by a to z companies, which one is the best? When ‘a’ says that it will strengthen the gums, ‘b’ says it will stop dental caries and ‘c’ comes out showing the bacteria as jumping ‘devils’ and its effective anti-bacterial [...]
November 27, 2010 in General Health
Effect of Stress on Heart
Stress is considered number one killer for heart. Racing ambitions, hurry and worry of modern life directly affects man’s cardiovascular system. It is said that mind is like a Jockey and heart is like a horse. If the Jockey whips, the horse races fast. Similarly when the mind is tense, the heart beats faster and has to overwork. Modern man races against time and in turn [...]
November 25, 2010 in General Health
Pain is scientifically defined as an unpleasant emotional and sensory experience associated with actual or potential damage. Pain is a warning signal produced by our body. It sends signals to the higher centers when the body part experience a disturbance before getting worsened.
November 23, 2010 in General Health
Obesity is perhaps the biggest single health problem in the middle and high income groups all over the world, but more prevalent in civilised people. They are often subjects of pity and ridicule rather than respect. In most cases people realise about their obese condition too late and is not a sign of property, nobility amiability and economic stability as considered by lay public.