Jumpstart Your Summer Exercise Routine
Posted by Admin on 4/1/2023 to HGH
If you're ready to jumpstart your summer exercise routine, there are a few key tips that can help you get off on the right foot. First and foremost, focus on smaller goals that may take more time but will result in greater success in the long...
Signs of Adrenal Imbalance
Do you suffer from fatigue, anxiety, and weight gain? If so, you may be surprised to learn that these are all signs of adrenal imbalance. Adrenal imbalance is a condition caused by an overproduction or underproduction of hormones from the adrenal glands, which can lead to a wide range of health issues. In this blog post, we will discuss three surprising signs...
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IMPORTANCE OF WATER & HYDRATION FOR HEALTHY ORGANS
It's general knowledge that drinking water is vital for good health. Yet why? You might be shocked to find that water makes up 60-70 percent of your body weight. Your body requires water in its cells, organs, and tissues, as well as for maintaining body temperature and other physiological processes. It's important to stay hydrated since your body loses water through breathing, perspiration, and digesting. For a variety of reasons, including regulating body temperature, keeping joints lubricated, preventing infections, transporting nutrients, and maintaining healthy organ function, it is imperative to consume adequate water each day.
Benefits Of Keeping The Body In Balance - Sleep, Food, Exercise
A combination of healthy habits around sleep, diet, and exercise has a positive influence on one's psychological health and physical well-being. Eating well, getting regular exercise, and making sure to get enough high-quality sleep can help boost psychological health and reduce the risk of conditions like depression and anxiety. It is vital that people take care of their mind and body. Looking after yourself physically can help manage your mental health problems or even prevent them from developing in the first place. The healthier your lifestyle behaviors are and the more one practices good habits, the better overall well-being one can be.
Maintaining A Healthy Immune System Year Around
Your immune system protects your body against illness and disease. This complex system comprises the skin cells, blood, bone marrow, tissues, and organs that, when working as they should, protect your body against potentially harmful pathogens like bacteria and viruses. Think of the immune system as a baseball team. For the best performance, you want every player focused and ready to play at their highest level. A sports team can’t function as one individual; a team is comprised as a whole and every player needs to perform accordingly in order for the team to succeed. The same goes for your immune system. To best protect your body from harm, every component of your immune system needs to perform according to plan. The best way you can ensure this happens is to practice behaviors that require your immune system to run healthy, each and every day.
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Understanding Homeopathy & Dilution Factors
Developed in Germany over 200 years ago, homeopathic medicine—or homeopathy as we often call it—is a safe and natural system of healing that is based on two principles: 1) Like cures like (or the Law of Similars) and 2) the Law of Minimum Dose.
A German physician, Dr. Samuel Christian Hahnemann, founded homeopathy in the 18th century when he discovered that a substance that produces the same characteristics of an illness can cure that same illness. In other words, if large amounts of a particular ingredient will produce symptoms of illness in a healthy person, then small amounts of that same ingredient can be used to stimulate the healing powers of one’s body.
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The Key Roles of DNA and RNA and What They Mean
Most people are familiar with the idea of DNA as a “blueprint” to an organism and its unique traits. Our DNA defines an endless list of things: it makes us human, it contains information about our hair color, eye color, skin tone, allergies, and more. But while DNA does contain all the information about our physical structure, it’s much more than simply a blueprint — DNA, along with RNA, are nucleic acids that serve many important functions in the body besides our genetic background.
DNA contains information used by our bodies’ cells in the construction of new proteins, which are needed for cellular growth and reproduction. RNA serves to carry this information to the cells, enabling them to reproduce and repair themselves.
Since DNA and RNA are so important to protein construction and transport, they’re at the root of our bodies’ capability to function. The proper structure and function of our cells relies on DNA and RNA, and without healthy cells, our bodily systems will suffer across the board.
Unfortunately, as we age, our body produces fewer of the hormones required for generating nucleic acids, leading to an imbalance in our DNA and RNA. This imbalance can have several effects. Learn more now!
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