Too caught up with your intense workout? Most of the time, people tend to forget something like eating or having a proper rest time just because they are too focused in working out towards their fitness goals. However, we must not be lenient in doing the things we actually have to do and give enough attention in order to truly care for our overall wellbeing.
Time and time again, we are reminded to have a proper nutritional meal plan in order to maintain and acquire a healthier body. We are constantly advised by almost everyone – family, friends, doctors, and even countless advertisements, to eat healthy food and ditch the ones that may bring negative effects to your wellbeing. Well, we can’t loosely ignore it. As a matter of fact, the adage “You Are What You Eat” is undeniably true.
A lady’s hair is her crowning glory. This is a common adage which most women heard and learned even at an early age. By the time you probably started learning the ABCs, every parent particularly the mothers guide their children (though especially daughters) in proper ways of grooming. So generally, we grow up knowing how essential it is to look good (as much as possible) at all times. Among the things we have to be wary in regards to our appearance, hair is considered to be on the top of the list. Why so? Simply because it is the first noticeable feature of a person and plays a significant part of a woman’s beauty.
Yoga is undeniably perceived as one of the ways to be fit and healthy. It is transformational and an inspirational practice for everyone – regardless of age, gender or fitness level. Doing it doesn’t require you to be a contortionist or pressure you to be a master of flexibility. Unlike other kinds of workout, this will target not just your physical aspect but also what’s inside of you. Generally, it offers a great number of benefits in terms of mental health, physical strength and more importantly your spiritual health. As you learn different poses, you’ll also be able to connect with the things around you – the people, nature and entirely with the world.
How do you guard your heart? There are a lot of things and reminders on how you should take care of your heart. But we are not referring on couple-love relationship but more on the healthy side. It is essential to learn the importance of increasing your good HDL to ultimately reduce any threat of heart disease, stroke and heart attack. Guard your heart to achieve a long and lasting life rather than simply avoiding heartbreak from a bad relationship.