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by We've all heard about how important it is to eat healthy foods in order to lose weight and be healthy. And for women, losing and maintaining a healthy body weight can be more challenging than for men. Fortunately, there are some foods that can help give us that extra help to not only assist us in losing weight, but to also benefit our overall health, such as reducing our risk of cancer, heart disease,...
by Health-centric smart devices have helped millions of people stay physically fit, manage their diabetes, and meditate their way to better mental and physical health.Today, smart devices are moving beyond standard fitness wearables and personal meditation apps. We can now monitor our offices for CO2, keep our homes safe from invasion, and detect water leaks and shut off the water before they produce...
by An orgasm without sexual sensation is not as uncommon as you would think. If you normally have, or have had, normal sexual response and then you find that you feel the vibrations of an orgasm without the intense pleasure, then you have had an orgasm without sexual sensation. It is often called sexual anhedonia, orgasmic anhedonia or pleasure dissociative orgasmic dynfunction (PDOD), and can affect...
by If you’ve ever tried to function during a bout of insomnia, or even after one less-than-restful night, you’ve probably noticed you’re more prone to making errors or slipping into “auto-pilot.” Have you ever zoned out during an office meeting without actually nodding off and closing your eyes? Have you ever felt like you nodded off while stopped at a red light, even though your eyes were open and watching...
by Relationships can be hard for multiple reasons, but one significant culprit is our emotions. While they seem to make life complicated, they are a natural part of communication and aren’t going anywhere anytime soon. This leaves us with two choices, either let our emotions interfere with our relationships with those we love or learn how to take control of them.Gregg Henriques, Ph.D., describes emotions,...
by Conflict is a part of life - and oftentimes relationships. The question is how you manage conflict with your partner - and whether you're successful at finding peaceful resolutions - or you do more damage. Resentment is toxic to relationships and unhealthy conflict resolution skills can create a mountain of it. Here are 5 signs you don't fight fair: 1. You name call or make character attacks (e.g....
by Dietary fiber is a very important component of nutrition. There are a number of reasons why we need to consume this “roughage.” Fiber is the part of plant type foods that our body does not digest or absorb. The body doesn’t break it down once eaten, rather it passes through our digestive system. It is most commonly found in fruits, vegetables, legumes, and whole grains. Generally, processed foods contain...
by When someone says, “I can’t have dairy,” we automatically assume they are lactose-intolerant or that they are allergic to dairy, and that is as far as our knowledge goes with this condition. “Lactose” actually means “sugar.” This type of sugar is specifically found in dairy products.There is an enzyme that our body produces in the small intestine, called lactase (not lactOse, but lactAse). However,...
by There are many different types of dysfunctional relationships. In codependent types of relationships, a common pattern of behavior that can be found is the anxious-avoidant trap. I explain this pattern in full detail in my book, "The Marriage and Relationship Junkie,"and once you know the trap, it is easy to see. Let's take a look...The Dynamics The dynamics of the anxious-avoidant trap are like a...
by A lot of time and money goes into trying to find our miracle skin care product but here’s the truth: We need to look deeper. Acne is the body’s way of communicating to you that there is a deeper imbalance. Once balance is restored, skin care products should no longer be required to maintain clear skin. Healing the inner body ultimately heals the skin.Acne is the most common skin condition in the United...
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