Meditation Positive Impact On Heart Health

Often, when people hear about meditation, they think about monks sitting for long hours doing it.However, meditation is not like that. Of course, you can do it like a monk if you have that much time. But if you are a typical individual, you can do meditation in a much more convenient way while reaping the health benefits.Previously, we've talked about the benefits of meditation on sex … Continue Reading …

The Physical Side Effects of Excessive Worrying

Worry is an emotion or feeling. As humans, worrying is normal. However, when it becomes excessive it leads to anxiety and can take a toll on physical health.Worrying is the feeling of uneasiness or feeling concern overly over a particular situation. When this becomes excessing, it makes the brain and body to work hard anticipating on what could happen.Unhealthy Consequences of Chronic … Continue Reading …

Exercise Will Make You Happier Than Money

Besides being healthy, the other significant thing people want is happiness. The majority of think and feel that money can make people happy. However, a Yale study says it is not money but exercise that makes an individual happy.In the study published at the Lancet1, also found that people who exercise regularly are just as happy to those earning over $25,000 a year. Additionally, the … Continue Reading …

Today’s Fast Foods Contain More Calories Than Those In 1986

Fast foods can be traced back as early as 1921. But it became more popular in 1940 when McDonald's was established, which was followed by KFC in 1952.However, fast foods quality back on those days is superior to today. A recent analysis study1 say that today's fast foods contain more calories than in 1986.Increase Calories in Fast Foods Since 1986These findings are important as it … Continue Reading …

A New Study Says Eggs Are Bad Your Heart – But Is It?

Eggs are stable for most people. Why not? There are many health benefits packed inside an egg. However, one recent study1 at JAMA says eggs are bad for your heart.On the other hand, an earlier study said that daily egg consumption is healthy for the heart. But why this new study says eggs are bad for the heart?Well, let's hear from an expert's point of view about this study. Here is what … Continue Reading …

2 Chemicals Found In Household Products Caused Fertility Declined

The 50% decline of sperm count in Western men has been attributed to poor diet, polluted environment and chemicals present in household items.Now, a recent study1 confirms two of the chemicals such as; diethylhexyl phthalate (DEHP) and polychlorinated biphenyl 153 (PB153) play a role in fertility decline.Moreover, the researchers not only linked these chemicals in the decline of human … Continue Reading …

How Natural Daily Movements Can Help Restore And Improve Health

You might have heard that sitting is the new smoking. Indeed, it is true that a sedentary lifestyle can lead to various serious health conditions. Interestingly, there is compelling research that supports it1.Sedentary time is associated with an increased risk of diabetes, cardiovascular disease and cardiovascular and all-cause mortality; the strength of the association is most consistent for … Continue Reading …

10 Minutes of Daily MindEx Can Equal 44-Minutes of Sleep

If you're following a previous article, you know we've covered mindfulness. However, in that article, it was about mindfulness' benefits in boosting sex life.10-Minute Daily Mindfulness Practice Equal To 44-Minute of Sleep At NightMoreover, it's not just about sex life in which mindfulness can help. Mindfulness is an ancient practice as a form of meditation. However, as societies are … Continue Reading …

Obesity During Adolescence Put Teens At Higher Risk of Chronic Disability

The American Academy of Pediatrics says1 childhood obesity is rising. Unfortunately, most children will carry their obesity towards adolescence. Also, it is not good news.Study says, Obese teens are likely to become disable in their later life.A Swedish study2 finds that obese teens are likely to suffer chronic disability later in life. Among the diseases that these obese teenagers are … Continue Reading …

The Longevity Benefit of Reading Books Daily

When it comes to reading, most of us think it has a significant benefit for increasing brain power. Why not? Reading is one of the known ways to boost a person's intelligence. However, did it come to your mind that daily reading can increase a person's lifespan?Reading Books Is Linked with LongevityWell, Yale University researchers have the answer, and it is a "YES." The study is not very … Continue Reading …