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September 2012

5 Tips to Stop Biting Your Fingernails

Nail biting is one of the most common habits nowadays and for many it seems nearly impossible to break. The condition often has a negative impact on many aspects of a person’s life, such as health, work and social interactions.…

Can’t Sleep? Here are Ways to Treat Insomnia Naturally

Insomnia is characterized by difficulty sleeping, and can be defined as either primary (where the sleep difficulties can’t be attributed to another medical condition) or secondary (where the sleep difficulties can be attributed to another medical condition). Depending on how…

Health Benefits of Seaweed

In many coastal cultures, most diet staples come from the sea. Asian cuisine depends heavily on ingredients from the sea, including fish, shellfish, and a variety of seaweeds. Types of seaweed commonly used as food sources include dark green kombu,…

Top 9 Natural Remedies to Prevent Morning Breath

Ever wake up with breath that smells and tastes toxic? Perhaps your partner has made complaints about your offensive breath in the morning? Well if so then you’re not alone. According to Health Guidance just about everyone suffers from the…

Six Hip Fitness Activities of 2012

It’s good to know that people have become more conscious when it comes to personal health and fitness. This is evident in the popularity of various health and fitness activities that foster the so-called holistic well-being. Over the years, we…

5 Reasons You Shouldn’t Rush Weight Loss

Are you someone who is ready for a change? Does that change include losing a few pounds? Whenever we make a decision to shift something in our lives, oftentimes, a feeling of excitement comes over us; one that is so…

Top 5 Tips to Avoid Back Injury When Working Out

There are a few things you can do to prevent workout injuries – exercising the proper way means that it will be more effective and it also prevents injuries directly after the exercise, whilst also reducing your risk of injury…

Menstrual Cycle – How Ovulation Works

How Does Ovulation Occur? Ovulation happens when the female’s egg gets released from the ovary. It is then pushed into the Fallopian tube. The uterus is being prepared for possible fertilization with the thickening of the uterus wall. If no…

All Stitched Up: Ways To Prevent The Side Stitch When Running

What’s a Side Stitch? Everyone has experienced the unwelcome side stitch when out on a run – your waist feels literally ‘stitched up’ in a cramp and as a result, breathing gets tougher and you just feel like stopping and…

8 Ways to Stay Fit Despite Your Busy College Schedule

Hectic schedules, dorm-life distractions, late-night snacks, high-calorie dining hall food, homesickness – these are only a few reasons why typical college students find it hard to live healthy lifestyles. But is there any way to overcome it? Yes, there is.…

How to Shop for Cheap Beauty Products

Everyone is increasingly aware of the wellness and beauty products available today. The market has expanded, and it offers incrementally more skin care products, shampoos, hair trimming products and others. Cheap beauty products no longer equates poor quality products, quite…

Fast 10-Minute Home Workout Ideas

GUEST POST: See last paragraph for author detail When it comes to losing weight we seem to have this common perception that our workout programs are going to require too much effort, and take way too long. So we find…

The Importance of Fresh Foods and Alkaline Dieting

Considering fresh foods for your diet has now become a key concern for better living. Every day we are getting busier than yesterday, and we can merely find any time to concentrate on our diet plan. So many different diseases…

Is Yeast Infection a Sexually Transmitted Disease?

Yeast infection or candidiasis is a condition caused by yeast or candida overgrowth in various parts of the body. A type of fungus known as candida albicans naturally exist in the body and remains harmless until certain conditions favor its…

5 Sure Fire Ways to Combat Fatigue

When discussing with colleagues how to deal with the afternoon lull, many suggestions have been made. The overloading of caffeine method, going for a walk, afternoon nap (highly unlikely) and exercise. All will have their benefits somewhere down the line…

White Noise: What is it, and How Can it Help us Fall Asleep?

Many people have trouble falling asleep because their brain focuses on every noise. Whether the neighbor’s dog is barking, there is traffic in the distance or your spouse is watching television in another room, any noise can keep your brain…

10 Ways to Make Common Workouts more Effective

Everyone who’s ever embarked upon a workout regimen knows what it’s like to hit that plateau; you get frustrated, and simply increasing the length or intensity of your workouts only gives you diminishing returns. Our bodies are just too good…

Alcoholics Anonymous: 3 Reasons AA Meetings Don’t Work

Alcoholics Anonymous is one of the best resources for people struggling to overcome alcohol abuse. The nonprofit organization has setup over 110,000 groups all over the world. Millions of people have used Alcoholics Anonymous to treat their substance abuse issues.…

Top 3 Ways to Help you Train your Body Intuitively

There are plenty of training protocols out there, it’s important to find the best one for you. Often it takes time and practice to find a regime that works well for you. Some people like militant routine and not having…