Headaches can be frustrating, popping up when you're tense, stressed, dehydrated or otherwise unbalanced. It's easy to blame them on the obvious culprits: a late night, a skipped meal or an insane work schedule. But some of your healthiest ha... Read more
Caffeine: Most of us can't get through the day without it. Whether brewing a fresh pot of coffee in the morning, enjoying lunch with a refreshing can of cola, or recharging in the afternoon with an energy drink, we have many routines and food rit... Read more
Heart disease is not a disease that only affects men. According to the American Heart Association (AHA), heart disease kills more than 500,000 women annually. In 2001, well over half of the people who died from heart disease were women.
Yet... Read more
You're sitting at work, and you feel yourself drifting off. Your head is bobbing, and you're minutes away from zonking out completely. Sure, you plan to hit the hay early tonight to make up for it, but you need help NOW. (Snoring or drooling... Read more
Whether browsing the Internet, surfing through 500 channels, or flipping through your favorite magazine (or tabloid), you’ll find them everywhere: weight loss supplements that offer quick and easy solutions to shedding unwanted pounds. Simply p... Read more
Kindness: This comes from an open heart with nothing asked and nothing expected only that the recipient be well and cared for. Kindness has no limits, has no boundaries and knows no judgments to right or wrong. It is an action without prejudice.... Read more
I walk about 2 hours everyday, the pace is around 18 minutes per mile (not very fast, but in the heat sometimes). I have noticed that my heart rate is still around 85-100bpm an hour after the walk. My resting heart rate in the morning is 65-75bpm. so... Read more
I started riding my mtn bike 4-5 days per week. I've gradually increased my distance and noticed yesterday that I hit a max HR of 209 via my Polar HR Monitor. The distance I'm riding is just 5 miles with lots of hills with the finish be... Read more
Stupid fitbit! ðŸ˜ I didn't realize my heart rate monitor wasn't picking up my HR (if it gets over my tattoo, it doesn't read it) so I only got 9 Active minutes for my 23 minutes of Qumba. Grrr!... Read more
If your goal is to decrease and/or eliminate the caffeine in coffee, try easing into that goal with part decaf and part regular coffee. I use high quality (bold) decaf with half mild regular coffee. That way I get some caffeine and avoid caffeine wit... Read more
It took a few months, but I have happily stopped using caffeinated coffee. I feel like it has helped stop the heart palpitations and jitteriness.And I am not as moody since I am not dependent on that morning cuppa joe (or four), and no more Diet Peps... Read more
By Beth Donovan (~INDYGIRL)
Shhh. I have a secret to tell you. I’m a recovering caffeine addict. I haven’t been your typical caffeine addict either, as in drinking colas, coffees or teas. Those things do have caffeine, but I’ve gone st... Read more
You enjoy a cup of coffee with your breakfast, a glass of tea in the afternoon, a sports drink as you recover from your workout and a few pieces of chocolate to sooth your sweet tooth after dinner. Nearly 80 percent of people around the world consume... Read more
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