Archive for 'Lifestyle'
This year, Professor Adam Ostrzenski announced that he had made a new discovery in female anatomy. In a newly published study, the doctor claimed to have located the G-spot, a source of intense sexual pleasure for women.1 German gynecologist Ernst Gräfenberg first described this erotic spot in 1950.2 Since then, no one has been able [...]Full Story
Summer officially starts on June 20th, and you’d probably like to look good in time to hit the beach. After all, attracting the opposite sex is easier when you look slim as you stroll along the sand. But losing weight takes discipline. You need a plan. There’s a full array of popular diet plans such [...]Full Story
It’s well known that owning a pet has many health benefits. However, a new study reported in the American Journal of Cardiology shows that pet owners with chronic ailments may even have healthier, more adaptable hearts. The study followed people with conditions such as diabetes and high cholesterol and found that they had more changes in heart rate than people without pets during the same period of time, indicating that they were more adaptable and would therefore less likely to be less taxed under certain circumstances; for instance, high-stress situations.Full Story
If you’re a single man, you’ve probably gone to bars or night clubs. You’ve probably checked out the women there, too. Maybe you were nervous and had a few drinks to work up the courage to mingle.
You may even have thought that one particular woman seemed interested in you. When you approached her and introduced yourself, she may have rejected you.Full Story
The year’s resolutions can be one the most gratifying and horrifying ordeals. On one hand you want to stick to your goals, and on the other, you are afraid it may be too difficult. Most people do not stick with their resolution; however, they may just be going about them in the wrong way.
According to the Journal of Clinical Psychology, only 45% of people who make a resolution stick with it over 6 months. That is less than half! This year make a promise to yourself: keep to your goals! It may be easier than you think. Follow these simple tips, and you will be on your way in no time.Full Story
If you’re like the majority of shoppers, procrastination to purchase holiday gifts may be a familiar habit. However, finding the perfect gift for everyone on your list doesn’t have to be a last-minute headache. Looking for a unique gift idea? Give the gift of health!
Whether you’re shopping for your spouse, sibling, parent or friend, a healthy gift will allow the recipient to reap benefits all year long.Full Story
With Thanksgiving, Christmas and Hanukkah holidays coming up, getting out of the school routine during vacation can lead to behavior problems, especially for kids with ADHD. Also keep in mind that natural medicine works to create holistic balance in the body, with some remedies taking 3-6 weeks for optimum results.
Sustain symptom relief through winter vacation into the next school period with a consistent maintenance dosage. Taking a ‘break’ may leave your child at a disadvantage when school begins again, with the first few weeks spent trying to get back the full therapeutic effect.Full Story
For many people, exercise is merely a means to an end and performed primarily to shed weight. For others, it is a vital part of daily existence and a great natural stress-buster.
While not everyone shares the same view about exercise, it can help keep you younger… which is a benefit almost everyone can agree is worthwhile!Full Story
There’s not much you can accomplish in two seconds – but that’s all the time you need to check your posture, which can have a significant impact on the health of your spine, including reducing back pain and neck cramps, as well as helping you look leaner!
Good posture helps alleviate pressure on the spine, easing stress on your discs. Throughout the day, be mindful of the way you position yourself.Full Story
Is exercise always “accidentally” falling off your to-do list? When working out becomes a dreaded chore rather than an enjoyable experience, it’s easy to lose motivation and shrug it off as unimportant. Regaining momentum, especially after an extended hiatus, is never easy – but the benefits to your health far outweigh the initial challenges!Full Story