Health habits are developed throughout our lifetime; some are based on the desire to experience pleasure while others are developed out of convenience. While some health habits that we develop are good and provide us with health benefits, others put us at an increased risk of injury or disease. Learning to cut out our worst health habits is one of the first steps that we can take to achieve better health.
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The National Institute of Mental Health estimates that one in four Americans suffer from some type of mental health problem. Only one in 7 suffer from serious mental illness; however the need for medical care for the various mental health issues that face U.S citizens puts a big strain on the health care industry. Mental health officials are predicting that it will only get worse in the coming
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Stepping out of the house in the morning can be quite refreshing when a fresh morning breeze hits your face. Unfortunately, this fresh morning breeze can only be observed in limited places around the planet. Extensive industrialization has resulted in poor quality of air, which has accumulated tiny particles that could affect heart health and increase the risk for a stroke. Recent research studies have determined that the current quality of outdoor air have exceeded the acceptable levels that are …Read more
Whether you believe it or not, your mental health affects you every day of your life. Your mental health impacts your life in so many ways; it even has an impact on your physical health and performance. If you don’t have a healthy mind, you won’t have a healthy body. Everyone has days where they feel sad or stressed, but most of the time, these feeling pass. Your mental health does not remain the same throughout your life; it …Read more