Natural Fertility Methods

Posted by on Jul 24, 2012 in General Health | 0 comments

Natural fertility methods are being used to help women achieve a pregnancy and chart her menstrual cycle. This is a system of observing and recording the female body symptoms and determining when sexual fertility is at its greatest.

This is a simple system that can lead to increased chances of becoming pregnant and will help your doctor diagnose any difficulties that you may be having when you begin with this data.

After becoming familiar with natural fertility methods you’ll also be able to determine if you may be having infertility issues before waiting the requisite 6-12 months of unprotected sex without conception. The natural fertility methods are a simple system that point to the only highly fertile time during a woman’s monthly cycle. This time happens just before ovulation.

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Resist The Force Of Aging

Posted by on Jul 21, 2012 in General Health | 0 comments

If you’re the type of person who would rather watch TV and eat all day long than giving you’re muscles a little more stretch, better think twice. Here’s the deal: this lifestyle speeds up aging. How? Well, inactivity accelerates aging in two ways: it decreases our muscle strength and gives us extra pounds.

Muscle meltdown

As we age, the quantity and strength of our muscle fibers diminish. Truth to the matter is, we lose two to four pounds of muscles every ten years. Decreased number and strength of muscles causes our muscles to lose flexibility, losing our usual range of motion and optimal strength.

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Eating For A Healthy Heart

Posted by on Jul 20, 2012 in Nutrition | 0 comments

Bad cholesterol or a bad diet is something we all experience at some point in time. It’s impossible to eat healthy our whole lives, even though we may try hard to do it. Eating healthy for your heart is something everyone should try to do, especially when it comes to restoring health and reducing heart attacks.

Your heart and food

We know these things for sure – a diet high in saturated fats will help raise your cholesterol, which is a risk factor for heart disease. People that are obese are more prone to heart disease. A diet high in sodium may elevate your blood pressure, leading to inflammation and even heart disease.

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7 Diet Secrets of the Stars

Posted by on Jul 19, 2012 in Weight Loss | 0 comments

Note: Published with permission of the Author.

Celebrities always look fabulous. Whether appearing in television or films or strutting down the red carpet during movie premiers and awards, they never cease to fascinate us with their larger than life presence.

The truth is, it takes a lot of effort to look the way they do, and being the public figures that they are, they cannot afford to slack off when it comes to taking care of their physical appearances.

Their livelihood largely depends on how they look. Aside from the clothes, the hair and the makeup, celebrities have to take good care of their bodies.

So it is no surprise that these stars have their own secrets when it comes to staying fit and gorgeous. Their health agenda can range from extreme workouts to well-planned meals. Who doesn’t want to know their secrets in staying absolutely sexy? Here are some of the diet secrets of seven women celebrities.

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Asthma and Sleep Apnea

Posted by on Jul 19, 2012 in Medical | 0 comments

Sleep apnea is a condition that can strike in any age group and in either gender. Although the most common group are older men, children and infants are also at risk.

Interestingly, asthma and sleep apnea are bedfellows. Several studies have linked the two issues and theorize that there is a group of people with asthma and sleep apnea who are unaware of the second diagnosis.

Sleep apnea is a condition where the sufferer experiences a temporary, often repeated, pause of breathing during sleep. If a person with sleep apnea has a family member that can observe them they will often witness snoring, hyper-extended head position in children, pauses in breathing and startle responses during sleep.

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