Category Archives: Healthy Advice

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5 Steps To Becoming The Best Version Of Yourself

If you’re looking to better yourself for the sake of your health, your family, and your own happiness, then you’re going to have to implement some changes. However, it doesn’t require you to spend a large amount of money on trying to better yourself, and you certainly don’t need to fall into the capitalistic trap of buying an expensive gym membership, gym gear, and health foods that promise to do this, that, and the other. You can work out outdoors in nature, get yourself a sturdy pair of walking boots, and eat tinned goods as well as reduced foods that are discounted at the end of the day. Try new things and boost your self-esteem and self-confidence, but always remember that you are enough and you have to want to improve yourself for you and no one else first and foremost. What steps can you take to become the best version of yourself?
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How to Stay Fit and Healthy Whilst Studying

While studying for a higher education leadership degree can feel like a full time job due to the amount of time you need to spend and the pressures involved, there are other aspects of your life that are of equal importance.  One thing you don’t want to neglect whilst studying is your health.  Not only can focusing on health and fitness help you to avoid the freshman 15, but it also offers numerous other benefits, such as improving your cognitive function and mindset.
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Good Time Management Tips for a Healthier Life: How to Get Started

Exercise and workouts are great when you’re trying to lose weight and be healthier. Paired with a good diet, you can lose weight steadily and feel much better in the process. Without good time management, however, staying on track and maintaining your weight loss program will be difficult. To help you avoid facing similar issues, here are a few time management tips for a healthier life.

Get Enough Sleep

A lot of people find it difficult to start a routine and have a regular, daily schedule. This means they also find it difficult to optimally manage their time and maintain a high level of energy throughout the day. This is a vicious circle that can lead to potential health problems.
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Sleep Apnea Treatments Without the Mask

Times are changing and along with them, technology is providing options for treatments that are far superior to those offered in the past. Though some people will still need to use bulky and complicated CPAP machines for their Obstructive Sleep Apnea, others are finding relief with small and effective Provent nasal patches. Progress is fast tracking in the research and development of therapies for chronic sleep disorders and studies are coming in showing positive results for these new ideas.
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Some helpful tips on how to avoid ear infections in infants

Ear infections can be very challenging for young babies, but be encouraged; there are many ways to prevent this infection. An ear infection is usually caused by bacteria from common colds. The infant may get a cold, and this leads to mucus accumulation and bacteria in the nose and throat. This mucus eventually gathers in the middle ear and collects as pus. At this point, the baby’s ear is infected and some of the symptoms are fever, a lot of discomfort and restlessness, lack of appetite and waking up at night. Another important symptom is the draining of pus from the ear. If your baby shows these symptoms, then you will need to consult an ear specialist.
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Why apples are so important

Right back since the beginning of time, it has been widely accepted that we should eat apples as often as possible. But if we were to truly think about it, it’s not always that clear what apples give to us, other than the great taste. We’re going to take a look at apples and identify some little known secrets that surround this versatile and easy to eat fruit.

One of the biggest revelations in recent times is the concept that apples can help in the fight against Alzheimer’s. This is a truly devastating disease, and science has shown us that apples and the juice they contain can really help to stave it off. In a special experiment mice were given apple juice and the animals then showed more alertness when dealing with maze problems. There were also higher levels of the neurotransmitter acetylcholine, which showed scientists that apple juice is therefore a huge factor in the delaying of the disease.
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Please, don’t pass the salt!

Are you eating too much salt?

Adults should consume a maximum of 5g of salt per a day. Although staying within the limit may seem very easy, it really is not. If you think that hiding away the salt shaker during meal times will not keep you safe from the dangerous effects of salt, you are terribly mistaken.

Most of our salt intake- about 60%- is hidden in products that hardly taste salty. Because we are unaware of how much salt we are actuallyconsuming, we end up consuming a lot more that our recommended daily allowance.
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Common ENT Problems Treated by Princeton Otolaryngolosts Today

There are many cases of infections and issues with ears, nasal passages and the throat reported in hospitals daily. This therefore means that every hospital and clinic must have an ENT doctor to cater to the patients with these issues. The treated and reported cases vary and may all be different. Some of the common ENT ailments include:

  • Sinus infections

This is one of the commonly treated ENT ailments. This occurs when sinuses are inflamed and filled with fluid rather than air. The accumulated fluid causes blockages and congestion around the nose. The fluid is favorable for bacterial growth leading to bacterial infection and resultant sinus infections. It is commonly called sinusitis and can cause pain around your eyes and headaches.
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