Not everyone who is obese is unhealthy. In fact, there are a group of people with a BMI ≥30 and yet metabolically healthy.
While there is no magic wand that can put you off to sleep immediately, these are 20 science-backed tips that can help you to sleep faster.
From the high-stress lifestyles that keep our cortisol levels elevated to our lack of adequate sleep or late sleeping routines, many of the typical everyday habits are slowly killing us from the inside.
Regular participation in sports and games helps children learn new skills, builds confidence, self-discipline and so much more.
The five stages of grief are applicable to virtually every serious life event, including being diagnosed morbidly obese. To speed up the healing process, it is important that we recognize what stage of grief we are at.
Osteoporosis is often referred to as “the silent killer” as the bone deterioration occurs silently and progressively. There are many factors that increase the risks of bone loss and osteoporosis. Age, sex, family history or genetics, ethnicity, and most important of all your diet, are Various factors contribute to your bone strength.
Matt, Gary, and George look like a team and they have their fair share of fun along with food. Here are lesser-known facts about our much-loved judges that will give you a whole new perspective.
The benefits of rising early morning far outweigh the struggle of getting off the bed.
Being assertive is something that can be learned. To become more assertive, you need to pay more attention to developing the following skills.
Sleeping with your head to the north may lead to stroke, paralysis and long term brain damage. The earth’s magnetic field plays a major role here.