8 Reasons Why You Should Exercise In The Morning

Exercising at any time of the day is good for you, but did you know that the best time to exercise is in the morning? Sure, it might be hard to drag yourself out of bed at the crack of dawn and break a sweat. But it has many scientifically proven benefits for your body all throughout the day. Here are 8 key benefits of working out in the morning. You’ll burn more fat If you want to lose more weight, exercise first thing in the morning. Research shows that…

From Plus Size to Extra Small: How Can this Be Possible?

Changing your dress size from a plus to extra small is possible. However, you have to show discipline and commitment to the various proven methods to effective and permanent shedding of weight. Without these two very important elements, you can lose focus on what you want to achieve and forever rob you of that opportunity to don an extra-small dress. An Imbalance between Energy Intake and Expenditure The main issue why many Aussies and other individuals are getting larger every year is an imbalance between energy intake and energy expenditure.…

Protect Yourself from Sickness: Know These 5 Common Health Problems During Summer

Summer is the time to go out and play. The sun is shining and as much as possible, you want to soak all the warmth before it gets cold again. But part of the summer heat is the different health problems that come with sun exposure. Here are 5 common health problems that happen during the sunny season. 1. Dehydration The first on the list is dehydration. Dehydration refers to the condition where your body releases more water than it consumes. This is why you feel that your throat is…

How Many Days after Flu Can I Resume Exercising?

Performing regular exercise is one of the most important ways to maintain your state of health and improve well-being. Regular exercises strengthen the heart and allow for the more efficient delivery of nutrients and oxygen. It also strengthens one’s ability to fight infections. There are instances, however, when we cannot perform our regular exercise. One of them is when we get a bout of flu. Individuals who are down with flu often ask themselves how soon they can get back to their normal exercise routine. Answering this question requires a…

Nutrition And Dental Health: Does It Make A Difference?

This is a guest post by Dr Chris Campus. It is well established that good nutrition is necessary for the healthy growth and development of the body. Unfortunately, when we talk about maintaining a healthy body, we are consumed with managing our weight, looking after our skin, taking care of our hair, etc. But very few people take their dental health seriously. This is unfortunate because good dental health can have a significant impact on one’s overall health. Most people don’t understand the link between nutrition and oral health. Nutrition…

Summer Fashion Tips To Ease Your Body From Sweating

People who suffer from excessive sweating are constantly looking for ways to prevent this, especially when the warmer weather comes along. If you are the type of person to sweat through a lot of shirts, then you know that this could make you feel really self-conscious. This could also cost you a lot of money if your armpit stains ruin your clothes. To ease the stress that these problems bring, here are a few tips to relieve sweating. Put on Some Deodorant You could begin by regularly putting antiperspirant on.…

Know the Limits of Exercise: When is It Time to Slow Down

Like all things bright and beautiful, too much exercise can turn out bad. It can lead to serious health damage such as muscle fatigue, injury, and even psychological stress. Experts are now informing the public of the adverse consequences of over-exercising, a possibility that remains foreign to many as people generally believe that exercise per se is beneficial. But truth be told, exercise has to be executed the right way, at the right time, and at the right place even. Here are some of the general limits of exercise so…

4 Reasons Why Sleep Loss Possibly Contributes to Weight Gain

Lots of people may not be aware of the link between sleep deprivation and weight gain. Studies have certainly shown some links, which is a significant finding for Australians. Between work, family, and other obligations, the average Australian is not consistently getting the recommended 7 to 9 hours of sleep everyday. Beyond seeing the effects on their productivity, this lack of sleep can also be the reason why your clothes no longer fit. The tiredness and sleepiness tend to make you reach out for the unhealthiest snacks in an effort…