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How to Release Anger

Stop Being Triggered Into Frustration and Anger

0share Facebook Pinterest Twitter Email WhatsAppWe all know unwanted moments happen. The question is, do they have to trigger us into some state of anger or frustration? The answer is no, they…

Headache After Exercise

How to Avoid Getting Headaches After You Exercise

0share Facebook Pinterest Twitter Email WhatsAppStress is a familiar cause of tension headaches, which, luckily, can be avoided with appropriate stress-reduction techniques. One excellent way to ease stress is through exercise—but in…

How to Deal With A Narcissist

How to Deal With A Narcissist: Traits, Behaviors & More

0share Facebook Pinterest Twitter Email WhatsAppIt’s one of the most talked-about and misunderstood subjects in the world of psychology at the moment. So what is narcissism, how can you recognize it, and…

how much sleep do you need by age

How Much Sleep Do We Need & How to Get It?

0share Facebook Pinterest Twitter Email WhatsAppOver the years, we may have noticed that we can get away with less sleep than we used to—but does that mean a good night’s rest becomes…

Groggy in the morning

10 Easy Ways to Beat Early Morning Grogginess

0share Facebook Pinterest Twitter Email WhatsAppHave you ever felt you need to be hooked up to a caffeine IV drip that you wheel around all day to function normally because you’re so…

Signs Your Body Is Not Getting The Right Diet

12 Signs You’re Not Eating Well

0share Facebook Pinterest Twitter Email WhatsAppThe body tries to communicate with us in several ways. Having a balanced diet is of the highest importance as it is one of the most effective…

How Much Salt Do You Need In A Day

How Much Salt Should You Actually Eat In A Day?

0share Facebook Pinterest Twitter Email WhatsAppOne of the vital ingredients that can completely transform a recipe is salt; however, it is also proven that sodium present in the common salt we consume…

salt and immune system

Excess Dietary Salt Can Weaken Your Immune System

0share Facebook Pinterest Twitter Email WhatsAppAccording to the AHA (American Heart Association), 9 out of 10 people in the US take too much sodium chloride (salt). The DGA (Dietary Guidelines for Americans),…

Sugar and Alzheimer's

Excessive Sugar In The Brain May Contribute To Alzheimer’s

0share Facebook Pinterest Twitter Email WhatsAppHaving sugar on our mind is one thing, but metabolizing sugar in our brain is a little less sweet. In research published in the Frontiers in Aging…

Calorie deficit

What Is a Calorie Deficit, and How Much of One Is Safe?

0share Facebook Pinterest Twitter Email WhatsAppIf you’ve ever tried to shed weight, you’ve likely heard that a calorie deficit is needed. Yet, you may wonder why it’s necessary for weight loss or…