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Avoid Stress With These Tips

Avoid Stress With These Tips

Reviewed By Ray Spotts

The way you live your life can affect the level of stress that you carry. Its much easier said than done, but finding a balance to your work, personal, and family life can be the key that unlocks the door to peace for many. Look at how you spend your time daily and find what really matters and what doesn't. Also be sure that you get enough sleep, because that's when your body recharges and recovers from daily stress.

Kick These Bad Habits And Break The Mold

Kick These Bad Habits And Break The Mold

Nail biting  Nearly 30% of young adults bite their nails, and there are reasons beyond ugly hands for breaking this bad habit. Biting your nails can interfere with normal nail growth and damage your tooth enamel. Not only that, but there are plenty of harmful bacteria that live underneath your fingernails, which you certainly don't want to bite into. Keep your nails trimmed short and there will be less to chew on, and less space for bacteria to live as well. If that doesn't work, the same products used to stop thumb sucking in children will...
Natural Ways To Save Our Sight

Natural Ways To Save Our Sight

A vision care diet  The most common eye diseases share a common link- oxidation, chemical process in which free radicals damage cells in the body, in this case, the eyes. A natural by-product of metabolism, these oxygen-based molecules are also produced in large amounts by smoking, air pollution, and excessive sunlight. A few of the best antioxidants to help protect your sight are vitamin A, zinc, lutein, and fish oil (which are high in omega 3 fatty acids). Water and exercise Drinking a lot of fluids improves the transport of antioxidant n...
Sleeping Troubles May Have Evolutionary Cause

Sleeping Troubles May Have Evolutionary Cause

The study, published in the anthropological journal Proceedings of the Royal Society B, studied the Hazda people, a group of modern hunter-gatherers from Tanzania. Research indicates that varying sleep cycles in its population, usually associated with age, allow at least some members of the community to remain awake and attentive to danger throughout the night. Similar studies have previously drawn such conclusions about animals like birds and mice, but this is the first study to identify this behavior in humans.
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