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Workaholics Ask for Strokes, Diabetes Mellitus and Cardiac Diseases

Strokes, Diabetes Mellitus and Cardiac Diseases

ShareWork overtime and get a stroke. A standard full-time job working thirty-five to forty hours a week is considerably healthier than fifty-five hours or more a week;  the latter are more likely to increase their risk of stroke or a cardiac disease by thirty-three percent , says a study conducted by  University College, London. Jobs requiring long working hours can …

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Get Your Ship Together.

Healthy Diet

ShareA common myth circulating is that obesity causes diabetes. This is not true. There is no direct correlation between obesity and diabetes. Yes, being overweight, the possibility of one developing type 2 diabetes is higher, but there are other risk factors to also consider, such as family history, blood pressure, cholesterol levels, ethnicity and age. Unfortunately, very often people neglect …

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Yoga Inspires Us To Reach A Little Further

yoga

ShareYoga is today’s magic mantra. Everyone you talk to is either doing yoga, thinking about doing yoga or convincing other people to Just Do It! The benefits of yoga are numerous. It improves circulation and immunity, aids in digestion, enhances the functioning of the endocrine and neurological organs. It not only offers relief from prolonged diseases but can also help …

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Don’t Make A Conspiracy, Don’t Go Out With a Lie. Un-Stress.

Yoga is always a good idea

ShareStress is a part and parcel of life. Stress challenges us to strive for perfection and work harder. Sometimes when there is too much stress, it can overwhelm an individual and become a handicap. In diabetics, stress can alter blood glucose levels. Most people’s glucose levels go up with mental stress, but some people’s glucose levels may decrease. In people …

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Don’t Ever – Love, Believe Or Hope In Anything.

depression

Share Feeling low sometimes is normal, but some people feel a sadness that just won’t go away. Life appears hopeless. Feeling like this most of the day for two weeks or more is an indicator of serious depression. Several studies have implied that diabetes doubles the risk of depression compared to those who do not have the disorder. The chances …

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