Tea is among the most popular beverages in the world. It offers a wide range of health benefits to users including reducing risk to heart attack and stroke, aiding with weight loss and preventing cancer. However, many people are not aware of the ability this beverage has to lower the risk of developing Dementia among the elderly.
Living a healthy lifestyle is a responsibility shared by all. Failure to take care of your body won’t only lead to long-term physical problems, but it will also harm your appearance, confidence, and lifespan. The need to get this aspect of your life right could not be greater.
If you’re running a business, and the large majority of your employees are white-collar workers, it can be very easy to think that they’re relatively safe from any kind of injuries or health hazards. However, health and safety regulations exist for a very good reason, and you need to make sure you’re following them down to a tee. Here, we’ve listed some of the most common mistakes made by business owners when it comes to health and safety…
‘Get out into the great outdoors’ is advice that almost every fitness and health expert will tell you. But it’s rare that you hear about the dangers involved with outdoor recreation. Well, we thought it was time to redress the balance for you today, and ensure that you are aware of everything that could - potentially - go wrong. Let’s take a closer look.
The proper nutrition of the body is essential to creating a healthier lifestyle for yourself. It’s not enough to cut calories and to work out. You need to supply your body. And nowadays, it’s easier to do that even when you’re eating less thanks to the broad availability of supplements. But what exactly should you consider using them for?
Some of us just aren’t made for solo workouts. They can be a big drain on us mentally, and it takes a whole lot of stamina to get through a run or a few laps of the pool on your own. If working out on your own doesn’t cut it for you, you can always sign up for a fitness class at your local gym. Working together with others works wonders for motivation, and the positivity and feeling like you’re working as a team will really keep you going when your legs and muscles start to feel the burn!
Certain images come to mind when most people think about muscle-building exercises. They think about the kind of insane, limit-pushing bodybuilding that seems pretty unrealistic for most people. Not only are the end results often so gobsmacking (we have a hard time imagining ourselves with quite that much muscle!), but the time you have to put into achieving a body like that is also pretty amazing.
Today, we’re going to talk about one of life's great mysteries; sleep. More specifically, we want to discuss the relation of sleep to your health. Take a look down below for all the information you need:
Being healthy matters! Not only does it make us look our best, but it helps us to feel our best, and live a longer life too! But with modern life being as hectic and fast-paced as it is, it's easy to forget even some of the most basic things that we can do to promote our own health. Read on to find out more.
When it comes to wanting to get fit, the majority of people always opt for the tried and tested and more traditional methods. However, there is is a problem with these in that they are totally boring, and who wants to do something that is boring. Seriously, go to the gym and you’ll hear grunting noises that sound like an otter is in pain.