If your job has you sitting at your desk for over six hours per day, you could be at a heightened risk for heart disease, cancer, diabetes and stroke. Fortunately, you can counter the effects of your desk job with the following tips.Get Up and Move Hourly
Whether you have suffered with your weight your entire life or you are just starting to notice the toll that your years on earth is taking, it can be extremely frustrating to try and lose weight. You did that diet and exercise program and perhaps you were even able to stick with it for some time. But, eventually you got tired of all the hassle with no results to show for it. Now, you might feel like there is nothing else to try. But, perhaps you have enough ambition to consider an alternative.
One mistake that many people out there do is the fact that, they start exercising on a daily basis without actually know what they. You can go for a run and you can do a few crouches and a few push-ups. However, if you are one of those people who want to make sure that you will exercise intensively on a daily basis then you need to make sure that you will not start the kind of workout program that you will not be able to handle.
Posted by Jamie Davis @ Tuesday, January 26, 2016 @ 01:04am
The last thing you want to think about while going through cancer treatment and after cancer treatment is the possibility of losing balance, falling and getting injured such as a hip fracture or traumatic brain injury (TBI).
Snow Shoveling BenefitsSnow shoveling season is here. It is that time of year where we break out those shovels in preparation for what we just experienced this past weekend in the DC Metro area (or the majority of the East Coast). While I know snow shoveling is not high on the priority list of fun things to do, it can be very helpful for your body.
Guided surgery is just one form of new technology that is speeding the many forms of dental techniques that are becoming commonplace in recent years. From 3D modelling and design procedures the use of technology is now greater than ever in dentistry as the best outcome is wanted for each and every procedure undertaken.
Even though I have exercised pretty much all my life, I haven't always eaten right. When I was younger, nutrition was something of a mystery to me. All I knew was what I had heard…fat was the devil! So, I avoided fat at all costs. I loaded up on pretzels and every packaged fat free product advertised in the grocery store. It didn’t matter what I ate as long as it didn’t have fat. But what I didn’t know was that I was actually loading up on carbs, calories and sugar that eventually turned to fat. What?