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Monthly Archives: May 2017

Vital facts to know about chronic disease

If you have a chronic disease — such as heart disease, diabetes, asthma, or back or joint pain — exercise can have important health benefits. However, it’s important to talk to your doctor before starting an exercise routine. He or she might have advice on what exercises are safe and any precautions you might need to take while exercising.

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Useful diet tips for pregnant women

Pregnant women have to be very careful about their diet habits. Anything that is consumed is likely to affect not just your health but also your unborn baby’s health. Thus, it is very important that you follow a very strict schedule as far as your daily meals are concerned. Also, it is vital to keep communicating with your doctor on… Continue reading

Great Ways to Enjoy Your Fitness Schedule

Workouts can hardly benefit your body if you take them as a compulsion. Doing them with a good mood will not just tone your body in the right way but also maintains your willpower to continue with the workout routine religiously. How to make it an enjoyable activity so that you do not feel stressed but stress-free always? Read on…… Continue reading

Tips to get fit

Develop the right attitude. The mind may not be a muscle, but it’s still incredibly strong, and can make the difference between succeeding and failing at your goal. Being fit is a marathon, not a sprint, and it requires making changes to your entire lifestyle.

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5 Essential Tips to Stay Away From Severe Heart Disorders

With increasing work stress and changing lifestyle pattern, heart disorders have become quite common these days. Gone are the days when it used to occur only in old aged people, usually above 50 years. Now, it can trouble even those who are in their twenties. There are several reasons for such a big change in the scenario. The most primary… Continue reading