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Whether you’re training for a marathon or trying to lose weight, working out too much can end having more than a few negative effects on your body, and even your state of mind. Overtraining can lead to life-threatening complications, like ketoacidosis, but there are plenty of red flags that you should notice before that point. Discover the most common signs you’re overtraining, and make sure that you’re giving your muscles enough rest to rebuild themselves. 1. You Struggle to Finish Your Workout When you notice that your pro... Read More
Whether you wanted to end the relationship or your ex decided on his own to break up, seeing him move on can stir up a lot of negative feelings. Dwelling on it can only hurt you more, so it’s important that you handle this correctly. Find out how to deal with your ex moving on, and cope with the flood of feelings that may make you feel like you’re going though the breakup all over again. Practice these simple steps and you’ll be able to put the relationship behind you and let go of any lingering feelings. Accept That It’s Reall... Read More
Also called postnatal depression, the postpartum depression (PPD) is a form of clinical depression which can affect women after childbirth. It can also affect men, but not as often.The exact number of women suffering from depression during this time is unknown. But researchers believe that depression is one of the most common complications during and after pregnancy. Often, the depression is not recognized or treated, because hormone changes can cause similar symptoms that happen during pregnancy.PPD symptoms can occur anytime in the first y... Read More
Deep breathing is a well-known remedy for dealing with anxiety, stress and other unpleasant states. Breathing influence brain functions, muscles and our digestive system. It is important to use the proper techniques to get the best out of carbon dioxide and oxygen. Try to use the following methods in order to take control over the usually automatic breathing. These exercises can be done both in driving seats, in front of computers as well as gym classes. Four-Seven-Eight Breathing technique This breathing method is a Chinese holist... Read More
The nine-month period must have been a difficult, overwhelming and strange time for you. New emotions and thoughts, body changes - there's a whole range of new things you have experienced. Well, the first days after giving birth can be also overwhelming.There's a lot to deal with - your body needs recovery after birthing, your mind is full of anxiety these days, and you have a little person, someone new in your life that depends entirely of you. So what to do in these first days after coming home from the hospital? First of all, co... Read More
Sweating gives us many troubles whether it is because of the torrid weather or embarrassment, excitement or anxiety. It would be great to find out some methods to stop or at least reduce sweating. The first step is not to stay cool and calm - anxiety will make you sweat more. Try the following tips. There are tricks to hide or reduce excessive sweating, however it is more effective if you prevent it. That's why try to keep away from spicy foods. By this, you won't get rid of your problem but you'll feel the difference in odor. Cert... Read More
In the early 20th century, Joseph Pilates developed a physical fitness system, known today around the world under his name: Pilates. It was a method of using the mind to control the muscles, and now become a holistic physical experience, through which a person's body learns how to move correctly and coordinate the body's movements via one's mind. Pilates has won nowadays its firm position in the mainstream.< It's a popular practice and hip all around the world. Joseph Pilates studied yoga, tai chi, and Asian martial arts, and com... Read More
Nowadays, stress has become a very powerful enemy. It's everywhere! A very small word and a very big concept. Before we give some advice on dealing with stress, let's clarify what we're talking about.Experts say that stress is the body's general response to any demand made on it, regardless of whether that demand is pleasant or unpleasant, or whether it is emotional or physical. External and internal pressure - all pull the trigger inside our minds, but it's not that difficult to defeat it. Here is some advice to deal with it: Be ha... Read More
The enemies of healthy skin and how to fight them Our skin can suffer a lot due to weather conditions, bad nutrition and other harmful factors. We can protect our skin more easily if we know what are the main skin saboteurs. If we know how to provide the necessary vitamins and nutrients for our body we'll be able to have a healthy and glowing skin. Below we attempted to make a list of the enemies of healthy skin.Pollution Pollution has endless harmful effects on both our skin and organism in general. Due to the toxins from the air... Read More
Health benefits of aerobic exercises There are two kinds of aerobic exercises and they both have in common one major thing: air. Aerobics means, in fact, "in the presence of oxygen". This major life-supporting element is brought to us into different ways: low-impact (swimming, walking, cycling, rowing) and high-impact aerobics (jogging, skipping, jumping jacks, stair climbing). As an extra to all these activities, people can now practice more fun exercises, like aerobic dancing, kickboxing, water aerobics and Zumba (a combina... Read More
After a good night sleep, we all feel the need in the morning to stretch, just a little bit. Maybe some of us don't really think why we experience this sudden need. Well, the truth is that morning stretching is a great way to loosen up your muscles and get them ready for the day, as it relaxes your body while increasing blood flow. You should really consider daily morning stretching, especially if you're sleeping all curled up or in other odd positions. There are many chances that are you wake up feeling like your spine has been co... Read More