While we are constantly told how important it is to drink water to stay hydrated for physical health, here’s a new reason why you should drink it regularly: studies show that water intake has a significant effect on mental performance as well. Whether you’re taking an exam, or simply sitting down to read a newspaper, here’s why including a glass of water by your side could make all the difference.
In December 2012, the …Read more
With the sun shining again and the weather finally heating up, people are bounding out from their wintry hiding places and are throwing their arms up to the sky with joy…but not too high. For as good as the heat may feel, it brings with it unsightly underarm stains, salty skin, damp hair, running make-up, embarrassing odors, and all of the other unavoidable outcomes of sweating.
But should we really be trying to avoid these soggy stigmas? Or do most …Read more
Whether it is Christmas, Thanksgiving or some other special occasion, we are all guilty of over-indulging in a tasty meal from time to time. It can become rather uncomfortable when we have a big meal though. Bloating, fatigue, cramps, nausea, indigestion, and acid reflux are all associated with diets that involve large amounts of food in one sitting.
With just a little careful thought, there are ways you can feel less full and more comfortable after a big.
When your body is in need of hydration it will send out strong signals for you to consume something. Although what you really need is fluid, it can be very easy to mistake those desperate thirst signals for actual hunger. In fact, Cornell Professor and author of “Mindless Eating: Why …Read more