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Mental wellness involves a complete and general well-being, and it’s essential to living a full and productive life. It is critical for one to embrace wellness to maximize their potential and productivity through their mind, body, and spirit. Embracing mental wellness calls for a balance of emotions, physic, and spirit by being self-aware. Mental wellness is also vital in the prevention of mental health conditions which are usually caused by elevated stress levels coupled with depression.

There are many different mental health treatment options available including psychotherapy, medication,... Read More

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A good night’s sleep is incredibly important. In fact, it’s a crucial factor in living a happy and generally healthy life, with some professionals going as far as to say that it’s just as vital as a balanced diet and regular exercise. Unfortunately, there are many different factors that make it difficult to nod off or even stay asleep when you do. These can leave you tossing, turning, and staring at the ceiling all night. With that in mind, here are six reasons you may struggle to sleep.

That Early Afternoon Coffee

Most of us need a caffeine fix... Read More

We all know that healthy nutrition is the key to a long and prosperous life. Still, maintaining a balanced diet can be truly challenging at times. Luckily, healthy eating doesn’t have to be difficult at all. We have four tips lined up to help you achieve an easy, healthy diet.

Tip 1: Drink plenty of water! Though it sounds like an obvious suggestion, it’s definitely worth being reminded. Make sure that you drink enough water every day. Not only is drinking water good for your health on and by itself, it’ll also help you feel ‘fuller’ much faster, making it easier for you to resist... Read More

It’s hard not to be lured in by the prospect of a hot new beauty product. From products that will claim that they will get rid of your spots instantly, to products that claim they’ll reverse time, if it’s being advertised on Instagram or buy a celebrity, you might just buy it.

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Sadly, more often than not, the products you buy don’t live up to their bold claims, and the expensive new wonder cream you bought is no different from the $5 drugstore version. Understanding the labels on your skincare products can help you make... Read More

According to the American Hair Loss Association, 85% of men will have experienced significant hair loss by the time they reach 50 years old. Of this figure, two-thirds of men will have experienced considerable hair thinning by the age of 35 years old, with 25% of men beginning the balding process before reaching their 21st year.

95% of these cases are caused by male pattern baldness, a hereditary and hormonal condition that causes thinning to the crown of the head, and the tell-tale horseshoe or “M”-shape of receding hair from the front of the head. It is widely believed that genes... Read More

If you’re determined to get healthy, then you’ll need to make some immediate changes to your current lifestyle and choices. For some people, this is an easy task to accomplish. But for others, it’s the reason you can’t seem to stay focused or get committed. However, once you make the ultimate decision you want to get healthy, you need to do more than just exercise and eat right. Here are six moves you must make right now in order to have a healthier life.

1. Practice proper oral care.

When it comes to health, most people only focus on the body and ignore the oral health.... Read More

Bladder control loss is not only inevitable to aging but can be due to many reasons. Obviously, sudden leaking of urine is an embarrassing situation but can turn into a chronic one, so contact your physician. In women, this condition of Urinary Incontinence [UI] is twice in comparison to men.

What are the causes of Urinary Incontinence?

The causes are several including –

·Menopause, pregnancy, childbirth and urinary tract structure

·Diseases like multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s and diabetes can damage nerves controlling the bladder

·Poor kidney... Read More

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