Maintain Good Health with Living a Healthy Lifestyle. Be Free from Injury or Disease.

Stop health decay by adopting healthy living habits. Prevent or minimize the risks of illness by making a few simple lifestyle changes

Healthy Living: Good Habits for Good Health

A Practical Guide To Healthy Living

Ever looked at an athlete and wonder how do they manage to do what they do with consummate ease and maintain their health in such pristine of conditions? If their shape and fitness is a concern for envy for you then welcome to healthy living and enjoy the information. Most often than not our lifestyle we chose is what determines our level of health and fitness. Most often living healthy is not a myth and certainly not beyond us, as the following paragraphs will reveal to you. [Read the rest of this entry…]

Health Risk Factors of Unhealthy Lifestyles

Top 10 methods to shorten your life – A List of Bad Advice

It would be wise to read and do it otherwise ( living a healthy lifestyle is way to prevent diseases)

Rocker Tommy Lee once said:” We are here not to live long, but to have fun”.

Many of us are following this advice, by poisoning our body and having a dangerous way of life. Do you want to know if you are messing with your life? Here is the list of self-destructive catalysts. [Read the rest of this entry…]

A Healthy Mind Makes a Healthy Body

Healthy Mind – Healthy Body

Brain activity builds up a healthy body; listen to your mind – help you body

It is a known fact that positive imagery has the capacity to generate positive emotions. The connection between our state of mood and the healing process in some cases is very important. When someone visualizes positive pictures, the effect on its mind has a certain reflections over the physical state of the organism.  All these effects, including self-suggestion will eventually favor the healing process of the body.

THE BELIEF healthy body, mind and soul

Our life experience is formed during years by acknowledging verbal and non-verbal information. [Read the rest of this entry…]

Lifestyle-Related Diseases

Nearly 50% of all deaths in the United States are lifestyle-related, and thereby preventable.

Growing evidence indicates that of the top ten causes of death, five are attributable, at least in part, to dietary habits established in childhood.
The National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey shows that, despite being an overweight population, North Americans remain deficient in a dozen essential nutrients-essential because your body must have them. Are you getting what you need to maintain and promote good health, now and in the future?

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Strawberry Allergy: allergic reactions to strawberries

Allergic reactions to strawberries can take various forms from easy ones to very serious.

As many of you know strawberries are very useful and contain a big amount of antioxidant, anticancer, anti-neurodegenerative, and anti-inflammatory properties, making them very useful as a natural alternative to western medicine.

But do these aroma therapy berries have any side effects, any risks?
Many of you already know the answer to this question. Yes, you may develop an allergy and the symptoms can be easy to bear or sometimes can easily pass and you’ll never notice or make a connection with strawberries. Sometimes eating strawberries can give more severe reactions.

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Dehydration and Its Impact over Health

Causes, signs and symptoms, how to choose water and how much should you drink.

Water issue has always been a subject to contest. How much should we drink, from what sources, is the tap water good enough to drink – all these are disputed for years. The only thing that is commonly agreed is: water is essential for us to live.

An optimal hydration level will keep you healthy and would get away a lot of symptoms and conditions.

You may not feel it but you may be dehydrated without knowing it. You think you’re drinking a lot of water that’s why you can’t and you shouldn’t be dehydrated. But it’s not always that way. Drinking a lot of water doesn’t mean you drink it right. It may sound absurd but the water intake and the ways you drink it along with the quality of water is very important and have a strong correlation. [Read the rest of this entry…]

What factors have a greater impact on our health and what can we do in order to influence, improve, change or avoid some of them?

Key factors that have been found to influence people’s health include:
Gender Social environments Genetics Healthy child development Income and social status Healthcare services Working conditions Education Social support networks Personal health practices Culture
A research has found three interdependent fields as key factors of an individual’s health.
The first is lifestyle and includes the aggregation of personal decisions that may contribute to or cause illness or death.
The second is environment or all external maters related to health over which the individual has little or no control.
The last is the biomedical factor or all aspects of health including physical and mental, developed within the human body as influenced by genes.

The maintenance of strong health is achieved through different combination of physical, mental and social well-being.
The maintenance and promotion of health is achieved through different combination of physical, mental, and social well-being