You’re feeling spent, listless, and/or exhausted after work almost every night—and the next morning. You can’t seem to break out of a pattern of dragging through the day and collapsing into bed at night. You’re looking tso get some zip back in your step—and to learn how to improve energy
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Instead of reaching for a dangerous energy drink or soda, try one of the following eight energy-boosting foods.
Energy-Boosting Foods #1: Green Tea
Caffeine (coffee, tea, chocolate, cola, energy drinks) is a drug, a strong stimulant that actually generates a stress reaction in the body. Try going for three weeks without caffeine.
Q: What is cryotherapy, and is it an approved treatment for any medical conditions?
A: In medical terminology, “cryotherapy” is the use of very low temperatures to treat injury and disease. For example, putting an ice pack on a sore back is one form of cryotherapy.
Cryotherapy, also sometimes referred to as
Sleep deficiency—not getting enough restful sleep—is associated with many serious health conditions, including heart disease, diabetes, stroke, high blood pressure, obesity, and depression. Some people are able to correct a sleep disorder by improving their sleep habits and environment, but for those who continue to have sleep problems, a sleep disorder
Finally! A safe and effective herbal remedy for losing weight. Scientific evidence proves drinking green tea for weight loss really works. Even if you don’t like the taste of green tea, you can take green tea supplements to achieve the weight loss benefits. Here’s how…
Q: I take an 81 mg aspirin daily as a blood thinner to help prevent strokes. I heard recently that aspirin causes bleeding in the brain. Should I stop taking aspirin?
A: People who regularly consume aspirin may suffer an increased risk for small microbleeds in the brain, according to research published
If you’ve been wondering “Why am I tired all the time?” you may be chronically sleepy, or fatigued, or both. If you truly want to understand why you’re so exhausted, and find a solution, it helps to know the difference between the two. Often some detective work is needed before
While headlines often sound the alarm on the dangers of being overweight, less attention is given to the two percent of U.S. adults who are underweight. Their ranks may be smaller, but the health risks that affect many people who are underweight—a body mass index (BMI) below 18.5—are significant.
Do you suffer from chronic fatigue syndrome symptoms like daily fatigue, muscle pain, frequent headaches, or exercise intolerance? If so, consider trying one of the natural remedies discussed in today’s News Bulletin.
The traditional “tonic” Rhodiola was responsible for the extraordinary strength and endurance of the ancient Vikings. But according to Harvard researchers, Rhodiola is also one of the top natural remedies for depression…