Wearables and Exercise: New Apps and Gadgets to Help You Get Fit
24 March, 2020
There are many new technological gadgets and applications out there to help you attain your fitness goals.
A new study published in Brain Plasticity shows that aerobic exercise may increase brain function in people who are at risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease.
Running in cold weather can be daunting but if you follow these tips about what to wear, how to prepare, and what to bring with you, you can do it safely.
2020 has brought a lot of technological advances and some of them can help runners who want to exercise more effectively and safely.
Electrolytes can help you hydrate but should you be reaching for a sports drink instead of good old water?
Going gluten-free has become trendy in today's day and age but is avoiding grain actually good for you if you don't need to?
At the supermarket, you'll find a variety of cooking oils but do you know which ones are the best options for your health?
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The next time you are struggling to fall asleep, try the 4-7-8 breathing method. Not only is it 100% natural and free, it’s also incredibly easy.
Depriving your body of the sleep it needs can have devastating effects on your health and it is an epidemic that must be addressed.
Weighted blankets can help people fall asleep by applying a hug-like pressure to combat anxiety and provide a calming effect.
Everyone knows that stress is bad for you but there are devastating impacts on your heart. How can you learn to avoid stress?
Sleep hygiene refers to practices and habits that are help you get good quality sleep and stay alert during the day.
You might need coffee to stay alert but caffeine is a drug that can affect your mental health.
Exercise is very important for your overall physical health but it can do wonders for your mental health as well.
Weight loss surgery can be great for some people but there are various risks involved and lifestyle changes that are required afterwards.
The "health at every size" movement says that note very person was meant to be the same size and that obsession with weight loss can be dangerous.
If you want to lose weight or make big lifestyle changes, it's best to try small and incremental changes for the effects to last.
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