It is estimated that about 80% of menstruating women have at least 1 PMS symptom monthly. According the Women’s Health Organization, premenstrual syndrome is almost debilitating for 3-8% of these women. But for all women, it’s important to know how to tackle these PMS symptoms – naturally.
Sweat-haters may want to think twice about avoiding sweating at all costs—recent research has shown that sweat can help us in more ways than one, actually working to keep us healthy while fighting bacteria and fungi.
Although most traditional MD’s won’t ask you about your kefir, a growing number are acknowledging that gut health is truly crucial in both physical and mental wellness – so don’t neglect it! Here are 4 ways to drastically improve gut health.
Men’s fitness magazines are touting nitric oxide supplements as the way to lift heavier and even to prevent erectile dysfunction, but these supplements aren’t the safest on the market. Thankfully, there are far safer and natural ways to boost nitric oxide for a better workout, sex, and heart health.
Yoga has traveled around the world as people have embraced both the ancient practice and more modern variations to help people lower stress levels, treat depression, fight disease, and lose weight. Here are a few ways yoga can aid in weight loss.
Based on findings presented in a report titled U.S. Health in International Perspectives: Shorter Lives, Poorer Health, Americans have a higher chance of dying from all causes than people living in 16 other developed nations.
There are many ways to prevent cancer, with one small study presented at the Integrative Biology of Exercise VI meeting indicating that exercising regularly could help reduce cancer risk by boosting immune function.
According to a study published in the Journal of the American Heart Association, 97% of Americans have poor heart health. Seeing as America ranks last when compared to 16 other comparable countries, it is no surprise to see that only 3% of the U.S. population have healthy hearts.
If you’re trying to kick the nicotine habit, you’ve got to have some support. This support can come from being accountable to friends and family, eating the right foods to fight cravings, or something like meditation. Interestingly, exercise is often touted as a way to reduce nicotine cravings too, but researchers say the effects of exercise on smoking are complex.