Easy Exercises to Drop Your Blood Pressure

If you knew that by adding a few simple exercises to your daily routine would help to lower your blood pressure and risk of suffering a potentially fatal heart attack or stroke, would you do them? High blood pressure (also termed hypertension) is a chronic medical problem that increases the blood pressure in your arteries. here to read more

12 Ways to boost energy levels naturally

When sleeping problems or insomnia become an issue, and it feels like exhaustion is impacting your performance on the job or in life, it may not seem like a real cause for concern. The truth is that there are a number of little adjustments a person can make to boost energy levels, improve daily performance here to read more

Brand New Information on Parkinson’s Disease

Parkinson’s disease, or Parkinsonism, pertains to a neurodegenerative disorder that is characterized by a deterioration of cognitive abilities such as dementia or forgetfulness.  This condition is also linked to poor motor movements and performance, thus resulting in the difficulty in performing regular tasks such as taking a bath or simply eating a meal.  Dementia often here to read more

Study Says Smart People Live Longer

It seems like every day there is a new TV series or movie that is centered around vampires and their immortality. There is no denying that our culture is obsessed with staying young and that most of us would jump at the chance to live longer. Although immortality is the stuff of science fiction, recent here to read more

Dangerous New Ways Drinking Affects Memory

Alcohol consumption, in moderation, has been associated with positive health benefits; however binge drinking can have a significant negative impact on your mental health and performance according to recent research. Two studies were recently presented at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference in Vancouver which found that moderate alcohol consumption later in life, heavier alcohol consumption here to read more

Being Obese Could Be a Good Thing For Heart Patients.

Normal, healthy weights are usually associated with better health performance and outcomes, but a new study, published in the American Journal of Cardiology, shows that this may not be the case for heart failure patients. Heart failure is a serious condition where the performance of the heart is negatively affected.  Approximately 5.8 million Americans suffer here to read more

Surprising Ways Caffeine Effects Old Muscles

Caffeine and all of its benefits have been making waves lately. But this new information could be something people aren’t expecting. A recent new study that was presented at the Society for Experimental Biology meeting says caffeine is showing promise when it comes to boosting power of muscles in elderly people. In fact, not only here to read more

Avoiding Alzheimer’s Through High Caffeine Levels

Dementia compromises a persons’ thinking, memory and reasoning capabilities, as well as their overall mental performance capacity.  Alzheimer’s disease is the most common type of dementia and there is no single, definitive way of preventing this form of dementia, nor is there a treatment to cure it.  There are however, ways to reduce ones risk here to read more

Night Time Workouts Have More Benefits

Do you keep a regular schedule for workout? It may be interesting to think that there might be a specific time that is most beneficial for exercise, especially when one’s goal for working out is to improve physical performance or to achieve weight loss. A recent medical report showed that the time of day one here to read more

The Benefits of Beach Workouts

If you have a balanced diet and work out on a regular basis then you probably think you have set yourself up for years of good health. This could be true; however, fitness experts say to obtain optimum results you have to pay close attention to where you are working out. In other words, it’s here to read more

Is Sugar Making You Dumb?

We already know what sugar can do to our waistline and our teeth, but scientists now say it could have a detrimental impact on another part of our body; the brain. In fact, they suggest it could make us dumb. Researchers at the School of Medicine at UCLA admit their conclusions are based on testing here to read more

What Chewing Gum is Doing to Your Memory

Chewing gum is considered the world’s most common habit and over 374 trillion sticks of it are made every year.  Many people use chewing gum not only for its flavor, but also to help them relax, concentrate, relieve nervous tensions, enhance memory and mental performance, lose weight and even to speed up recovery after gastrointestinal here to read more