Tendonitis, often confused with a more common condition called tendinosis, is a painful problem that makes it more difficult to exercise. Is it safe to continue exercising with a tendon injury? Find out more about tendinopathies like tendonitis and tendinosis and why it’s important to modify your exercise routine.
Who doesn’t want to preserve their brain cells and memory as they age? Unfortunately, cognitive decline is all too common with age. On the plus side, there’s evidence that changing the type of fats in your diet may have an impact on brain aging and how sharp your memory is. Find out more about fats, brain function and memory.
We think of genes as being static. What you’re born with, you’re stuck with. That’s not a good thing if you inherited genes that put you at increased risk for heart disease, cancer or Alzheimer’s disease. On the other hand, those genes may or may not be expressed depending upon your lifestyle and diet. Can you alter the expression of your genes by simply changing what you eat?
Chronic stress is often overlooked as the cause of illness and disease, even though it negatively affects every cell in your body. Certain habits and nutritional deficiencies cause adrenal fatigue, making weight loss and optimal health impossible. Make changes to relieve your stress and reduce adrenal fatigue, and enjoy the improvements in your mental and physical health.
We all get ill sometimes, but many people underestimate the significant role that diet can play in improving the body’s ability to fight infection. Read on to discover twelve fantastic foods that have been proven to boost the immune system and improve resistance to disease.
Have you ever noticed that you can feel strong emotions, like depression, anxiety, or excitement, in your stomach? This is a result of the gut-brain connection.
There are roughly 160 types of massage that have developed over the centuries in different parts of the world. Four of the most popular types covered in this article are Swedish, deep-tissue, hot stone, and sports massage.
No one wants to develop wrinkles and loose saggy skin. The good news is you have more control over the skin aging process than you think. There are actually two kinds of skin aging, one you can control and one you can’t. This article discusses the two types, and what you can do to ward off wrinkles.
When is the last time you checked your blood pressure? High blood pressure is a threat for both men and women but there are a number of myths about hypertension in women you should know about to keep your own heart and blood vessels healthy. Here are five of them.
Can you exercise your way to a lower blood pressure? A new study looks at alternative, medication-free methods for controlling high blood pressure, including exercise. Find out what it showed and what type of exercise works best for reducing blood pressure. You may be surprised.