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Having a Healthy Mind

Having a Healthy Mind

How we think and feel can affect our emotional, mental and physical health. Learning to manage our anger, change our outlook on life or address psychological issues can help keep our mind active and healthy. Connect with others Put time and effort into building relationships with people around you — at work, at home, in […]

A Quarter Of Adults Are Too Inactive, Putting Health At Risk

A Quarter Of Adults Are Too Inactive, Putting Health At Risk

More than a quarter of the world’s adults – or 1.4 billion people – take too little exercise, putting them at higher risk of cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes, dementia and cancers, according to a World Health Organization-led study. In 2016, around one in three women and one in four men worldwide were not reaching […]

Terrifying Signs of Diabetes For Men

Terrifying Signs of Diabetes For Men

There’s good reason to want to keep your blood sugar under control: diabetes, a condition that can result from extremely high blood sugar, can cause some serious, far-reaching bodily consequences, such as kidney disease, heart disease, or cancer. But the complications of diabetes — which is considered fasting blood sugar levels of 126 milligrams per […]

Inactivity Tied To Bladder Problems In Middle-aged Men

Inactivity Tied To Bladder Problems In Middle-aged Men

Middle-aged men who are sedentary much of the day and don’t get a lot of exercise are more likely to develop bladder and urinary tract symptoms than their peers who sit less, a Korean study suggests. Researchers examined data on 69,795 men who were 40 years old on average and didn’t have a history of […]

Attitudes For Aging Gracefully

Attitudes For Aging Gracefully

One of the most popular marketing niches today is anti-aging. Yet no matter how much hype it gets, the process of aging is inevitable. The good news is that the effects and severity of the progression can be slowed down. But they can’t be stopped. “Aging well is the supreme expression of wisdom.” —Michael Gelb Alongside the anti-aging phenomena […]

Morning Routine Based On Your Body Type

Morning Routine Based On Your Body Type

There are some universal rules that apply, no matter your shape (don’t skimp on sleep!). But your body type can also hold surprising clues as to the right exercise and diet habits for you. Ectomorph Your body type in a nutshell: You’re naturally lean and have trouble putting weight on. You may also be thin […]

Ways to Sleep Better Every Night

Ways to Sleep Better Every Night

While medical practitioners recommend nine hours sleep a night, for most of us, seven hours is a lot. But sometimes even if we manage to get under the sheets early, we still struggle to get any shuteye. With over 20 years experience in the sleep medicine field, Dr. Carmel Harrington shares her top five tips that don’t […]

Why Exercise Makes Us Happy

Why Exercise Makes Us Happy

Ah, mindfulness! It’s a term that’s frequently thrown around these days—but what does it mean? In short, it’s about being aware of yourself and your own happiness; taking time out to enjoy things while being careful not to “sweat the small stuff.” The first few months of the year can be tough, can’t they? Cold, […]

Laws of Healthy Old Age

Laws of Healthy Old Age

1. Continue learning Compared to participants of the inner-city Glueck study, the Grant men lived on average 10 years longer than their less-educated peers. However, the 6 percent of Glueck men who graduated from college were just as healthy, even in old age, as the Grant men. 2. Don’t smoke In both studies (and excluding […]

Easy Fixes to Fight Office Fatigue

Easy Fixes to Fight Office Fatigue

If you’re like many people, you probably spend much time battling office fatigue. You’re cruising right along getting work done and then, gradually at first, you feel your body beginning to slow down. Your eyes get heavy, your concentration begins to wander, and then you’re either running for a cup of coffee or an energy […]

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