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Older People with Heart Attack benefits from Exercise

Exercise helps patients with heart attack Adults over 65 are more likely to have heart disease than younger people because the heart changes with age. Heart disease is a major cause of disability, according to the National Institute of Aging. Regular exercise can delay the heart, lower blood pressure, reduce stress, increase morale, and improve […]

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How to maintain Hormonal Balance

Easy Steps to have balanced hormones. Hormones play an important role in the proper functioning and well-being of your body. As natural chemicals in the body, hormones such as insulin, estrogen, dopamine, FSH and TSH are responsible for your mood, hair growth, weight, fertility, energy and anxiety. Our endocrine system works synchronously to control the […]

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Over the past few decades, both sleep quality and quantity has declined. In fact, many people regularly get poor sleep . If you want to optimize your health or lose weight, then getting a good night’s sleep is one of the most important things you can do. Here are evidence-based tips to sleep better at […]

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  Osteoporosis means a medical condition in which the bones become brittle and fragile from loss of tissue, typically as a result of hormonal changes, or deficiency of calcium or vitamin D. Osteoporosis occurs when bone density decreases. This affects the structure and strength of bones and makes fractures more likely. Bones continuously renew itself […]

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How to Ward Off Aging

  Running ward off the ills of Aging   Running is a vigorous aerobic activity: It gets the heart and lungs pumping, which is crucial for cardiovascular health at any age and especially in our older years, when the risk for chronic disease increases. “Aerobic activity causes the blood vessels to relax and in doing […]

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