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Obsessive Exercise Disorder Resources

Below are top resources on SparkPeople for Obsessive Exercise Disorder.

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Make Your New Year's Momentum Last

On January 1st, many of us are geared up to get healthy and fit. But, by mid-February, our diets are faltering and our fitness routines start getting stale. Falling out of a resolution can be a fast downward spiral. If you’re someone who thrive...  Read more

Recognizing Eating Disorders and Getting Help

Full-fledged eating disorders are abnormal, disordered patterns of eating that become out-of-control. All types of eating disorders represent serious and immediate threats to the health, well-being, and happiness of the individuals caught up in them....  Read more

What to Eat After You Work Out

Everyone knows that athletes must plan and time their meals and snacks very carefully to reach their performance goals. But what about the rest of us? You try to squeeze in 30-60 minutes of exercise most days of the week. Do you have to be careful ab...  Read more

8 Ways to Reduce Belly Bloat

Maybe you ate the wrong thing or, on a gotta-get-healthier kick, you ate too much of the right thing (think fiber). All you know is that the inevitable discomfort has ensued and your pants feel a little tighter than they did this morning. What exactl...  Read more

Getting Rest with RLS

When your legs ache, you can usually lie down and relax to alleviate your symptoms. But for people who suffer from Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS for short), relaxing only makes them hurt more. According to the National Institutes of Health, as many as...  Read more

can your brain speed limit options for exercise?
Updated 4/14/2015 2:37:14 PM

this is going to sound weird, but... over the past years, I've exercised moderately and felt clumsy -- but always assumed that if I worked harder on things like dance, cardio dance, zumba, etc., that I'd "get it." Now, though, I'm wondering if that...  Read more

are exercise, fitness and weight really connected?
Updated 4/14/2015 1:07:07 PM

Quite a few people have told me that really intensive exercise would make me stronger and more toned, and would "melt off" weight. While I didn't really believe in melting weight, I've always believed that 3,000 calories = a pound, so exercising 3,00...  Read more

Agreed, keep drinking plenty of water. Exercising
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Agreed, keep drinking plenty of water. Exercising should help too....  Read more

If you work out at home for your other exercise, y
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If you work out at home for your other exercise, you could try breaking up your routine and doing little bits of it during the day. Like first thing in the morning, do your ab series, around lunch do legs, and while dinner's cooking, do arms....  Read more

PT is exercise, however, you won't burn many calor
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PT is exercise, however, you won't burn many calories if you're doing mostly strengthening, mobility, or flexibility exercises. If your therapist has you use a bike, that would count as cardio, though :)...  Read more

lime

i put fresh lime in my water..The health benefits of lime include scurvy, digestion, constipation, eye care, piles, peptic ulcer, respiratory disorders, gout, gums, weight loss, skin care, urinary disorders,...  Read more

Endocrinologists treat patients who are overweight or obese

Endocrinologists treat patients who are overweight or obese, sometimes because of metabolic and hormonal problems. When someone is obese they have too much body fat. Thyroid, adrenal, ovarian, and pituitary disorders can cause obesity. Endocrinologis...  Read more

Moms And Dads At Home Getting Healthy Together

Hello moms and dads! Huddle the children, your furry friends and let's get out for some exercise and away from the temptations of that beast called the fridge! See you soon!...  Read more

How Do Your Food Attitudes Influence Your Kids?

Every parent wants what's best for their child. And for some, that means reading labels and doing as much research as they can to ensure their child's diet is a healthy one. But could too much focus on things like trans fats and high fructose corn...  Read more

The Good Food/Bad Food Game: Is it Healthy Eating or "Orthorexia"?

Whenever you decide to change your eating habits, the issue of “good foods” versus “bad foods” is likely to come up. Whether you’re counting calories for weight loss and trying to figure out which foods offer the best nutrients per calorie deal, or t...  Read more