Posts Tagged ‘lifestyle’

Simple, Effective Ways To Look And Feel Better

Tuesday, June 18th, 2019
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Looking good and feeling good is a very important part of your mental health. If you don’t feel good, you probably won’t look good and vice versa. There are plenty of tips and tricks to ensure you look and feel good. Here are a few of the most inexpensive tips.

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Proven Ways To Increase Testosterone Levels

Saturday, June 1st, 2019

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Testosterone is one of the most important hormones in any male’s life. It is responsible for masculine virility and pretty much every component of masculinity starting from muscle growth and expression of hair distribution, energy levels and sexual performance among others. Testosterone is also available at lower levels in women. This crucial hormone peaks during puberty in both men and women and its production gradually drops with age. Fortunately, there are several proven ways to increase testosterone levels.

In older men, testosterone is responsible for fitness, muscle growth, fat loss and disease prevention. It is recommendable to keep your testosterone levels up into your 30s, 40s and old age if you want to remain fit and healthy. Fortunately, there are various ways to naturally increase your testosterone levels. Below is a look at five of them.

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Five Little Used Supplements to Help Improve Your Life

Sunday, January 27th, 2019
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A person’s health is one of their most important assets, and it should be protected at all costs. We are all only given one body; another one will not magically appear if we mistreat or neglect the first. Sometimes eating balanced meals and exercising regularly isn’t enough, and you may need an added boost to stay in your prime.

Keep reading to learn about some lesser-known supplements that can help you to live your life to the fullest. Each of these supplements is entirely natural, and several of them have been used for generations and enjoyed for their optimal health benefits.

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How Armand Peri Achieved the American Dream

Friday, December 21st, 2018
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Originally born in Portugal, Armand Peri became interested in art at an early age. His art teachers noticed his budding talent early on, and he was quickly enrolled at one of the world’s premier art schools. By age 17 he had already won a talent search competition, which led to a trip to Washington, DC and a meeting with the president. Clearly, Peri demonstrated the knack for hard work and dedication in his discipline.

Athletic even as a child, Armand became highly interested in health and fitness in his later teenage years. Bodybuilding quickly became his main focus, as his competitive nature pushed him to discover a way to win at both fitness and art synchronously. He began to enter amateur bodybuilding competitions, demonstrating his latest personal artistic success – his own sculpted male form.

Armand quickly attained peak physical condition, winning his first bodybuilding show, and framing a legacy with his dedication to the craft. Let’s take a deeper dive into the life and accomplishments of this modern-day bodybuilding legend.

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8 Amazing Health Benefits Of Homesteading

Monday, December 17th, 2018
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In case that you haven’t heard of homesteading before – it is a lifestyle that is based on self-sustainability. The idea revolves around a farming system called subsistence agriculture. Basically, you grow your own food and preserve it in your home. It is also related to producing craftwork, textile, and clothes either for the inhabitants or for the purposes of selling.

The essential benefit of homesteading is that it offers a life that is a lot healthier than living in the more urban areas. People in the city are generally unaware of how unhealthy their lives are until they step out of that world and try out something different. All that air polluted by factories and vehicles, unhealthy fast food chains, advertisements that present a “perfect life” that is an unattainable illusion, and so on.

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Five Sustainable Diet Changes You Can Make Today

Thursday, November 29th, 2018

You might not be aware of this – but when it comes to your diet – even the smallest things can really add up to make a world of difference. Most people, when they hear the word “diet” assume that it requires radical changes to their lifestyles and misery-inducing food restrictions. However, the reality is quite different, because it’s far more effective to make small changes, instead of aiming for a major lifestyle overhaul.

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Stop Eating Before You Feel ‘Full’

The most basic thing you can do is to try and follow “Hara Hachi Bu” – and don’t worry – while the phrase might seem complicated at first, it is actually an old Japanese saying, which roughly translates to “stomach 80% full.”

The term refers to an ancient way of eating, practiced mainly by the residents of Okinawa for centuries at this point.

Even though it might be difficult to quantify what 80% actually is, the simpler way of putting this in practice would be this – stop eating when you’re no longer feeling hungry. It’s quite simple when you take a second to think about it. (more…)

Health Considerations for Bodybuilders

Wednesday, November 28th, 2018

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The sport of bodybuilding increases your strength and changes your physique. The demands of sculpting your body are tremendous. It takes time and a lot of hard work to reach goals in bodybuilding, but it’s very rewarding when you do.

Bodybuilders push themselves and their bodies hard. The stress they exert on their muscles and bones requires specific health maintenance routines particular to a bodybuilder. What works for most of us, won’t work for someone who pushes the limits of working out to greater and greater heights.

Gains come in small increments, but if you take care of your body while building it, you have a better chance of faster returns. Here are some ways aspiring bodybuilders can ensure their bodies stay healthy and robust as they develop more muscle and drop body fat percentage.

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5 Activities That Can Relieve Stress

Sunday, September 16th, 2018

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Whether we like it or not, stress is a huge problem in today’s world.  It could be that you are having problems in the workplace, personal issues – or even money issues that can result in you feeling stressed or anxious.  We have collated a list of activities that can hopefully put you well on your way to a stress-free life. (more…)

The Importance Of Mental Health and Well-being

Sunday, August 26th, 2018

Brain ExerciseMental health is the condition of a person based on the welfare of their state both mentally and emotionally. According to WHO, it affects how we are able to cope with stress, interact with each other, work productively and decision making.

Over time, there are increased cases of mental health disorders across the world. The stigma that is linked with seeking help for mental illnesses has left victims neglected. In all stages of our lives, mental health is critical. It affects all aspects of our life and how we go about it.

Here are some of the reasons why mental health and well-being is essential:

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6 Habits You Seriously Need To Drop To Lose Weight

Wednesday, May 30th, 2018

We all have bad habits that hinder our quality of life. When it comes to weight loss, we need to reconsider our habits and eliminate those that keep us from healthier bodies. Our bad habits might relieve us of stress temporarily but in the long run, it is not the best for us. For example, fast food is convenient after a long workday but it adds to our waistlines gradually.

Poor Health Habits

Here are a few bad habits you must ditch if you want permanent weight loss.

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