Get the Perfect Beach Body: The Benefits of Kegels

Article by: S.E.

Kegels! I said it.. the hush hush exercise us women don’t want men to know about. But why not? We are so keen on strengthening our core and rear end for bikini season but no one talks about strengthening our lady parts too. I know what you’re thinking, Kegels are done/thought of with a sexual undertone so to publicly expose yourself would be un-lady like, WRONG!

Yes, it goes without saying your vagina will be stronger and essentially a bit tighter which we all know will increase sexual pleasure but Kegels are beneficial in so many other ways. Kegels are meant to strengthen your pelvic floor muscles that can weaken due to pregnancy, childbirth, aging, being overweight and certain abdominal surgeries (obviously nothing to be embarrassed about)...

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Foods for Losing Weight

Article by: Sanjeev Sagar

Having a lot of body fat is very disgusting and sometimes we don’t know the culprit. It may be spicy foods, oily fast foods, insufficient vitamins and minerals or it can be lack of nutrition in our body.

These may be the culprits of weight gain and we always think how to lose weight so that you can look younger and attractive in your surroundings. It’s always easy to gain weight but it takes efforts to lose weight.

I can understand how it feels when someone avoids you just because of your weight.

After researching online I come up with some of the best ways to lose weight with tasty nutritious foods. If you follow three or four things from below, you may be shocked by the results.

Here are some nutritious foods to consider:

Avocados: Avocados are in the top of nu...

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For Many, Yoga And Nutrition Are Inseparable

Article by: Linda Adams

For a lot of people, it’s difficult to separate the practice of yoga from other portions of their lives, including a good diet. For these people, getting the full benefits not only involves the exercises and stress-relieving meditations of yoga, but also developing a nutrition plan that follows some of the same principles.

Combining yoga and nutrition is not a new development. Yoga instructors have been touting the benefits of proper nutrition for years. But it has become part of a new awareness recently thank to scientific studies that back up the claims regarding diet that yogis have been espousing for centuries, namely that nutrition is a big part of the quest for balance between the mind, body and spirit.

As stated, yoga and its focus on nutrition is nothing ne...

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Women and Epilepsy

Article by: James Pendergraft

Epilepsy is a common neurological disorder that is characterized by recurrent and unprovoked seizures. The seizures are transient signs or symptoms of abnormal and excessive neuronal activity in the brain. A large percentage of people all over the world have epilepsy, and it usually occurs in young children or the elderly. This disease is usually controlled, but it is not fully cured with medication. Surgery can be an option but not for all cases. The syndrome of epilepsy will not occur lifelong; some forms are just confined in the early childhood of the affected person. This disease should not be understood as a single disorder but rather as a group of syndromes that has divergent symptoms but all of them involve electrical activity in the brain.

Epilepsy an...

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The Three Main Barriers to Personal Growth and Development

Article by: Tracey Walker

We are all positive in nature. We all tend to lean on positivity rather than to negativity. But what makes us lean more on to the negative side sometimes? Is it automatic or is it even really a part of us? What are the barriers that keep us from growing? There are many factors that hinder our growth and personal development and unfortunately, we just don’t notice most of them.

1. Being closed-minded. We are sometimes so narrow-headed that our minds are shut down to opinions and fresh ideas. We are so enclosed in our comfort zones and as a result makes us short in understanding.

2. Poor time management. It is obvious that if we don’t use our time properly, everything will just go to waste. Imagine the buildup of a plan...

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Herpes Outbreak

Article by: Bill Hamptom

There are two types of Herpes viruses. These are the Herpes simplex virus 1(HSV-1) and Herpes simplex virus 2 (HSV-2).The Herpes simplex virus 1 (HSV-1) is the main cause of herpes infections. It usually occurs on the mouth as well as in the lips. This virus includes cold sores and fever blisters. It can also cause getting genital herpes. The second one is the Herpes simplex virus (HSV- 2) that mainly causes the genital herpes. One of its alternative names is the genital herpes.

What is Genital Herpes?

Genital herpes is a kind of sexually transmitted infection or STI. The symptoms of genital herpes are usually appearing as one or more blisters that are found around the genitals or the rectum area...

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Simple Ways To Help Ease The Stresses Of Cancer

Article by: Analisa Wigginton

Cancer can be one of the scariest experiences in someone’s life. Educating yourself about cancer can help you if you’re looking for ways to prevent cancer, dealing with it yourself, or have a loved one who is suffering from it. This article is filled with advice and insights that may help you to come to terms with cancer.

There isn’t a healthy alcohol consumption when you have or are trying to prevent cancer. Drinking a lot of alcohol can put you at risk for certain types cancers. These types include cancer of the esophagus, throat and mouth. Monitor your drinking habits to prevent these cancers.

Be ready to have “friends” when you’ve got cancer, for instance, all of those you have allowed into your life...

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Spirituality and Health in Today’s World

Article by: Sandra Jones

The link between spirituality and health has a longstanding historical basis.

For centuries, people have intertwined spirituality and health with the belief that if you are confident in and diligent about your spirituality then the result would be continued good health or improved health. And one could argue that such a belief has continued to this day because it is successful. Let’s discuss how this belief works its way into today’s medical practices and what role spirituality has when it comes to health and wellness among the general population. We can start by taking a look at how spirituality is defined and move into its role in health and healthcare today.

Spirituality has different meanings to different people, yet the concept remains the same.

When defined ...

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7 Health Benefits Of Regular Walking

Article by: Brian Syuki

Like many other exercises, walking is good for your health. It is a low impact form of exercise, free, easy and does not require any training or equipment. You don’t need to engage in vigorous training and long period’s workouts to stay fit and healthy. A 30 minutes’ walk everyday can make a big difference in your health and increase your fitness significantly.

The benefits of walking

Helps Lose or Maintain Weight
Walking, like any other exercises helps burn calories. For those looking to lose weight, you need to burn at least 500 calories a day more than you consume. To shed those extra pounds, a 30 minute walk won’t work the magic but it can help maintain current weight...

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Common Ailments as You Age with Type 1 Diabetes

Article by: Arif Rahim

Since you are more prone to low blood glucose as you get older, controlling your diabetes as you age can be very challenging. It is important to keep your blood sugar up because low blood glucose can increase your risk of hypoglycemia and poor circulation, as well as stroke and heart attack.

Type 1 diabetes is known to cause various ailments as you age, so be sure to look for any symptoms to treat the conditions promptly and prevent any further complications from occurring. Here are some commonly affected areas of type 1 diabetes as you age:

Kidneys: Diabetes can cause damage to the kidneys which contain millions of tiny blood vessels that filter waste from your blood...

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