Depression Natural Remedy

By EricComments Off on Depression Natural Remedy

Most of us feel down at some point in our lives, but clinical depression is a serious condition that requires professional help. Mood swings, stress and emotional upsets are all part of everyday life. Usually we will cope very well with these daily demands but now and again they become too much for us to cope with. Continue reading this entry »

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Body Benefits From Martial Arts, Part 2

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Fast-paced classes might leave you feeling like you just ran a marathon, but they help develop your cardiovascular endurance. A healthy heart is just one of the things cardiovascular workouts improve. Increased blood flow helps clean your body of toxins quicker than a sluggish couch potato. Combinations of lightning fast punches and kicks will bring out the sweat and heavy breathing. Don’t be concerned about your speed at first. Concentrate on learning the movements themselves. Speed will come later with practice. Continue reading this entry »

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PMS

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Is there something you can take or do to stop or at least increase PMS?

A mix of cramps, bloating, and mood swings plagues 75 to 80 percent of U.S. women during the ten days or so before their periods. Continue reading this entry »

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Body Benefits From Martial Arts, Part 1

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Recent fitness crazes and concerns about health have prompted a new surge in martial arts like never before. Scores of people flock to the neighborhood dojo or training hall to take part in the excitement, adventure and exercises taught within. But what can you actually expect to gain from training in centuries-old martial-art styles? Continue reading this entry »

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Gardening Is Great Exercise

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Springtime gardening can be a grueling task. But, it’s good to know that cleanup chores, planting and lawn care do burn calories. Studies show that an individual can expend just as much energy performing some gardening tasks as they would participating in some exercise routines. Which would you rather do? Continue reading this entry »

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Hip Fractures May Be Prevented with Physical Activity

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The dreaded incidence of a broken hip, which often marks the beginning of a general health decline in older adults, can be reduced or even prevented with moderate levels of physical activity, according to a new report. Continue reading this entry »

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Dysfunctional Uterine Bleeding and Hormonal Imbalance Women From 30 to 50

By EricComments Off on Dysfunctional Uterine Bleeding and Hormonal Imbalance Women From 30 to 50

One of the most common gynecologic problems in women from 30 to 50 is dysfunctional uterine bleeding, abnormal uterine bleeding (menorrhagia) or so-called DUB. This condition is caused by an imbalance of hormones in the body that control the menstrual cycle. Continue reading this entry »

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The Making Of A Sensei

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A black belt doesn’t automatically make the wearer a teacher. Technically speaking, a Sensei is a martial artist who has achieved a rank of 3rd Dan (third degree black belt) although the term is generally used towards any black belt who teaches. Continue reading this entry »

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Seeking Help for Body Dysmorphic Disorder. Part 2

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Furthermore, ineffective psychological and mental health remedies also exist. Sufferers and their families should be wary of mental health professionals who claim to be able to cure BDD using techniques that exclusively focus on Continue reading this entry »

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Seeking Help for Body Dysmorphic Disorder. Part 1

By EricComments Off on Seeking Help for Body Dysmorphic Disorder. Part 1

Although research is limited, what is now known strongly indicates that body dysmorphic disorder, or BDD, is best treated with a combination of certain medications and psychotherapy (cognitive-behavior therapy, for example). Sufferers and their families need to recognize that a problem exists, find qualified professionals to treat it, and follow through in obtaining the necessary treatment. Continue reading this entry »

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