5 Ways To Release Anger

Long waiting lines, lots of traffic, endless emails, and unmet requirements can lead to one thing in common… anger. Feeling angry by casual annoyances is considered normal and healthy, however, if you are spending most of your time upset, it can be dangerous. According to recent studies, chronic anger has been linked with a wide…
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3 Self-Care Habits Men Over 50 Say They Should’ve Practiced Sooner

In a recent post, one Reddit user asked the community for self-care tips that guys wish they’d known about: “Men 50+, what are some self-care habits you wish you started earlier?” the post reads. Although, many claimed they should have ditched the obvious bad habits earlier (smoking, drinking, eating junk food, and not working out),…
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Coronavirus: Is It Preventable?

At least 132 people have died victims of Coronavirus, and nearly 6000 new cases have been reported in China. Today, the American government has confirmed five cases: two in California, one in Arizona, one in Washington, and one in Illinois. With the growing rates and possible risk of the outbreak, we will share with you…
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Emotional Health: 5 Ways to a Happier Life!

January can be a really anxious month. The post-holiday feeling, the return to work, and even the debt related to Christmas presents can affect people’s mood and increase anxiety. According to the world-famous physiologist Roy Baumeister, humans can be wired for negativity. We are more likely to focus on that thing that our partner did…
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Trying to Workout as a 2020 Goal? The answer; don’t try too hard….

According to recent studies, up to 80% of Americans have in their New Years’ resolutions to live healthier. Working out, running, and hitting the gym are found among the top of them. However, one study found that up to 73 percent of people who set fitness resolutions end up quitting before hitting their targets. The…
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Low Testosterone: 7 Signs in Men

Testosterone is a hormone produced by the male body in the testicular area. It is responsible for regulating sex drive (libido), bone mass, fat distribution, muscle mass and strength, and the production of red blood cells and sperm. Today, we will analyze 7 common signs that might indicate low testosterone production. Low Sex Drive  Low…
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Thanksgiving: Overcoming Social Anxiety

Thanksgiving and holiday season is finally here. For most people, this can be the most anticipated time of the year. However, for those suffering from social anxiety, thanksgiving can represent everything but fun. Today we will share a couple of tips for you to identify it, and feel at your best during the holidays! What…
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What Your Stool Says About Your Health

Cuz everybody poops right? Unless you are parenting a toddler nobody talks about poop. But the reality is that it can reveal a lot about your gut, nutrition, and overall health.  Today, we will analyze the most common poop types and what they say about your health. Ready… here we go! Hard and Small If…
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Prebiotics VS Probiotics: How Are They Different?

Good gut bacteria is key for your intestinal and overall health. Everything from your mood, metabolism, weight, and even your immune system is directly affected by it and it is responsible for keeping harmful microorganisms in check. We all know that consuming probiotics is important to keep our guts in track, however, it turns out…
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Healthy Fear? 5 Reasons Why Halloween Is Good For Your Health

Are you a Halloween fan? Well, it seems like your body might be thanking you for that extra adrenaline dose.  According to different studies, Halloween and spook-filled activities can actually be beneficial for your health! Relaxation Although it sounds hard to believe, scary moments can lead to body relaxation. The reason behind this is the…
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