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Sexual Health / TOP NATURAL ED TREATMENTS - ALTERNATIVE TO VIAGRA
« Last post by KristenSwan on March 09, 2019, 07:17:08 am »
When it comes to treating erection problems, the majority of the men consider popping Viagra. Although Viagra can help you get in action quickly, it isn?t the permanent solution to erectile dysfunction. And, you can?t ignore its side effects (such as headache, dizziness, sleep problems, back pain, etc.) as well. Thus, always consider visiting a reputedED treatment clinic online to get a prescription for Viagra.

However, you can also cure erectile dysfunction with some effective natural methods. Read on for more information on the topic.
https://top-natural-ed-treatments.blogspot.com/2019/03/top-natural-ed-treatments-alternative.html
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Sexual Health / 7 Foods that are Believed to be Natural Aphrodisiacs
« Last post by KristenSwan on March 06, 2019, 07:11:25 am »
Did you know that honey is an aphrodisiac? Well, it is. Surprisingly, a lot of the foods that we usually eat are considered aphrodisiacs. Now, an aphrodisiac is a substance that is said to increase a person?s libido when it is consumed.

Aphrodisiac can be found in a variety of food items, from vegetables and spices to fruits and nuts. If you?re having problems in the bedroom department with your significant other, then there?s no harm in trying these 8 Everyday Spices for a Revitalized Sex Life. If you?re not fond of spices, then you could also try these 7 foods that are supposedly natural aphrodisiacs:
Pistachio Nuts
Honey
Oysters
Avocados
Pomegranate
Chocolate
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Weight Loss / Reveals the truth about fat-burning heart rate
« Last post by KristenSwan on March 05, 2019, 02:09:00 am »
Every new year brings new weight loss fads. While some might think low-intensity aerobic exercises are the solution to every type of weight loss issues, others constantly check their heart-rate to ensure that they are in a fat-burning zone.

But, is it true that burning a higher percentage of fats is equivalent losing weight.

No, that?s totally a misconception that everybody is following without knowing the actual facts. So, if you are also going the wrong way, hold on and understand the basic concept behind fat-burning heart rate and weight loss.
Read more- https://steadycare.livejournal.com/4310.html
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Mental Health / How the Mind Works
« Last post by KristenSwan on March 04, 2019, 01:44:30 am »
The human brain is one of the most complex systems in existence. Even the top brain scientists in the world admit that there?s still much about it that we don?t understand. Despite all that we don?t know, however, there is a great deal that researchers have uncovered in the last 20 or 30 years that has had a profound influence on how we view and treat mental illness.

A Quick Brain Primer

In addition to processing thoughts and emotion, the brain is responsible for every sensation we feel, as well as the basic functioning of our bodies. What are called lower-order brain functions regulate breathing and the beating of the heart. The brain also controls movement and other bodily functions. The brain regulates body temperature, when and how much we sleep, and even the immune system to some degree.

https://www.realhealthmag.com/basics/health-basics/mind-works
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Fitness / Exercise / Re: Benefits of exercise and physical activity
« Last post by KristenSwan on March 04, 2019, 01:38:50 am »
Great information!
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Mental Health / How to Overcome Anxiety (with Self-Help and Medications)
« Last post by KristenSwan on February 26, 2019, 05:06:14 am »
We all have physical health and are always interested in improving our looks by cutting those extra pounds and building muscles. But what about mental health? Yes, we all have that too, but we usually don?t care about it.

According to an article published in Men?s Health, one in four people is diagnosed with some form of mental health, taking in everything from eating disorders to suicidal thoughts and anxiety. Thus, it is important to learn about the symptoms, causes, and different treatment options for anxiety disorder and other mental illnesses.

Self-help for anxiety
Talk with others
Exercise daily
Relaxation techniques

Medications for anxiety

To learn more, Read this blog- https://steadycaremedical.tumblr.com/post/174689261692/how-to-overcome-anxiety-with-self-help-and
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Mental Health / What are the causes of anxiety?
« Last post by KristenSwan on February 25, 2019, 12:59:03 am »
Causes of Anxiety-
Anxiety can be caused by genetic factors, environmental factors and medical factors.

Genetically, family history of mental condition can be the cause of anxiety is some people, but it does not occur in every case, some people do not exhibit anxiety even having a family history of mental health conditions.

Environmental factors like stress from a job, personal relationship, school, traumatic event, finances, or even a shortage of oxygen in high-altitude areas can be the cause of anxiety.

In term of signal for the critical health condition. The disorders associated with anxiety are called anxiety disorders which include various mental condition like:
Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD)
Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
Panic disorder
Social phobia
Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)
Simple phobias

Many patients seek anxiety consultation & treatment for anxiety symptoms. In general, treatment of anxiety disorder recommended by doctors includes medication, exposure therapy, support group, talk therapy and self-talk. These treatments have a significant effect on the improvement of symptoms of anxiety in many people.
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Hypertension / Re: What is high blood pressure?
« Last post by KristenSwan on February 23, 2019, 05:03:44 am »
Hypertension is another name for high blood pressure. It can lead to severe complications and increases the risk of heart disease, stroke, and death.
Blood pressure is the force exerted by the blood against the walls of the blood vessels. The pressure depends on the work being done by the heart and the resistance of the blood vessels.

Hypertension and heart disease are global health concerns. The World Health Organization (WHO) suggests that the growth of the processed food industry has impacted the amount of salt in diets worldwide, and that this plays a role in hypertension.

While blood pressure is best regulated through the diet before it reaches the stage of hypertension, there is a range of treatment options.

Lifestyle adjustments are the standard first-line treatment for hypertension.

Regular physical exercise
Doctors recommend that patients with hypertension engage in 30 minutes of moderate-intensity, dynamic, aerobic exercise. This can include walking, jogging, cycling, or swimming on 5 to 7 days of the week.

Stress reduction
Avoiding stress, or developing strategies for managing unavoidable stress, can help with blood pressure control.
Using alcohol, drugs, smoking, and unhealthy eating to cope with stress will add to hypertensive problems. These should be avoided.
Smoking can raise blood pressure. Giving up smoking reduces the risk of hypertension, heart conditions, and other health issues.
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Well, if you?re fed up of the constant jibes that people fire on you, it?s time for a change, a pleasant change. What I am about to share with you delivers results as much as a medical weight loss consultation does.

It?s bizarre but it works!

Let?s go!

Bizarre weight loss tips that deliver results

Sniff an apple, banana or peppermint! It might sound silly but it works. According to Alan R. Hirsch, MD, Smell & Taste Treatment and Research Foundation, a study conducted on 3000 people showed that sniffing actually made people less hungry which in turn contributed to weight loss. The hunch behind this is that sniffing tricks the human mind to think that you?re actually eating it!

So, It?s time to get your sniffing game strong!

Place a mirror in front of your seat at the dining table

A study shows that placing a mirror in front of your dining actually prompts you to eat less. It works by making you conscious that overeating will mess up your resolution of losing weight.

Logical enough!

Make way for the blue

You might not believe it but blue is actually an appetizer killer. Studies show that people are less likely to eat when they?re in a blue room or in presence of blue light. According to science, blue light makes food less appealing and discourages people to eat. So, if you?re planning to lose weight, make sure you?re not surrounded by yellow, red or orange. They will make you eat more. Instead, choose blue!

Pick a wrapped Candy

According to a Swiss Study, people are less likely to eat candy if they have to unwrap it first. Taking off the wrapper takes extra effort and it makes people eat less.

Well, this one was unexpected!

Tie a ribbon


This, in the words of fitness guru Valerie Orsoni, is called ?La Petit Secret?. Some French women follow a bizarre trend of wearing a ribbon around their waist when they?re out for dinner. This keeps them conscious of their tummy as the ribbon feels tighter if they overeat. So, it keeps them in check!

Time to fasten your seat belts?I mean ribbons!

Eat your breakfast like a king!


Big breakfast eaters are known to shed more pounds. Eating a calorie-rich and healthy breakfast is known to affect your body positively and contribute to weight loss. This works by keeping your tummy full until lunch which naturally makes you eat less. Ideally, you should be aiming for a downward graph of food intake?morning to evening?in ascending order!

While a medical weight loss consultation is always beneficial, having these extra tips is going to keep you on a strong guard.
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