Living a healthy lifestyle shouldn’t be difficult but it can seem so in today’s modern world. Juggling a career with your body’s needs can be tough. However, it is possible even if you live a very hectic life.
Even small changes will promote positive outcomes. The main thing to remember is that these alterations need to be made for the long-term rather than being a short-term fix. Keep these upgrades up and you’ll soon notice a better version of yourself, both in the mirror and in your mind. Continue reading “Tips For Busy People To Enjoy A Healthier, Happier Life!”
Everybody can do yoga no matter how old they are. Size and health condition do not matter because there can make modification in yoga pose. Yoga practice helps to discover one’s self and enjoying his inner feeling. Yoga consists of a combination of physical exercises, breathing, and meditation.
Yoga can beneficial for people with certain health conditions, heart disease, hypertension, asthma, and back problems. There are different asanas of yoga asana including, Garbh Asana, Padm Asana, Utthita padmasan, Baddha Padmasana, Kukkut asana, parvatasan and Bhujangasan.
This yoga pose look like a feature of human fetus in the uterus. That is why it is known as Grabh Asana. Continue reading “Some Amazing Yoga Exercises”
Heart disease is the leading killer of both sexes in the U.S. and U.K. According to American Heart Association (AHA), about 71 million Americans are suffering from heart disease in different shapes. The most widespread form of heart disease is hypertension (also known as silent killer) or high blood pressure gives birth to coronary artery disease (CAD). These conditions are responsible for almost 8 million heart attacks and more than 5 million strokes that occur annually, alone in U.S.
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Proper eating before workout is as necessary as the exercise or the workout itself. Excessive food consumption can make you feel heavy. Having knowledge about the appropriate diet before workout is very much required.
Foods that you can consume up to 2 hours before your workout:
- You should keep distance from the heavy fat containing food or foods that only contains protein or fibre. It can make you feel dilatory & your body will take some large periods of time to digest those foods.
- Try to consume something light or easy to break down, like carbohydrates etc.
“Healthy body keeps a healthy mind”, an old saying, we all knows. If now, you have decided to exercise, you are on the way to a new and improved body and mind, Congratulations!
Health and Fitness Guide
“Exercise is the magic pill,” says chairman of the American College of Sports Medicine’s Consumer Information Committee. Exercise reduces risk of certain diseases such as heart disease. Exercise has proven benefits in preventing or recovering from some forms of cancer. Exercise provides comfort for arthritic patients. It also helps to control depression, anxiety and minimize the risk of type 2 diabetes.
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Results of a new US study show that different workout can be very helpful to improve the quality of life in postmenopausal women, although they are not effective in losing weight.
In their study, the researchers included 430 postmenopausal women (aged 57.4 on average basis) and they assigned 4 kilocalories per kg, 8 kilocalories per kg or 12 kilocalories per kg as exercise expenditure randomly for these groups. These levels show 50%, 100% and 150% of the present recommendations of public health physical activity.
Corby K. Martin, the lead author of the study, says, “It was found that 4-KKW, 8-KKW and 12-KKW groups were 95%, 88.1% and 93.7% adhere to exercise respectively and every group spent 73.9%, 138.3% and 183.6 min/week for exercise.”
It was found that control group had 2.07lbs average weight loss, 2.95 lbs in 8-KKW group 2.07 and 2.90lbs in 12-KKW group.
“Nearly on every aspect of life quality dose response was noted and it was also found that the health perception was quite improved in 4-KKW group and similarly there was a considerable boost in their mental health and vitality if compared to control group,” the researchers explained.
The study has been published in the Archives of Internal Medicine Feb. 09 issue.