Understanding the Science of Eating and Happiness
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Understanding the Science of Eating and Happiness

Nothing beats the warm, fuzzy feeling of happiness. It’s so good that we have a number of neurotransmitters in our brain that make us feel happy including dopamine, serotonin, endorphins and oxytocin. So, how can we boost our happiness hormone levels naturally?   Dopamine   Dopamine is the pleasure neurotransmitter and is released when we do something pleasurable such as eating. It also plays an important role in the reward system in our brain. For example, when you complete a set task in a certain amount of time, the pleasure…

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5 Tips To Make Yourself Wake Up Earlier
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5 Tips To Make Yourself Wake Up Earlier

Now that winter is here, my reluctance to get up in the morning has grown exponentially. It’s a lot easier to cuddle up in the blanket when my alarm rings, and I keep on sleeping when I know I should get up. To fight this bad habit, I’ve put together a few tips to help you wake up easier.   1. Have a drink.   If you drink water after waking up, you stimulate your body and stay awake. I always have a glass of water on the nightstand for…

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How to Reduce Face Fat with 5 Simple Tips
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How to Reduce Face Fat with 5 Simple Tips

Even after losing weight, many people have difficulty losing weight. It is one of the most rebellious fats of the body. Double jaw, facial fat seems to be uncomfortable and to help you get rid of it, we’ve introduced five habits that you can incorporate into your daily routine to lose facial fat:   1. Minimize sodium intake   High sodium levels increase swelling and flatulence. Almost all processed foods contain salt, which causes our body to store more water, leading to water retention that can lead to increased facial…

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Losing weight reduces your risk of heart disease and stroke
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Losing weight reduces your risk of heart disease and stroke

Being overweight means that your heart has to work harder to pump blood around your body. This extra pressure can cause wear and tear on your heart and blood vessel system. Many people who are overweight for a long time develop high blood pressure or diabetes, which are both risk factors for heart disease and stroke.   What’s the first step?   The first step is to recognize it, its risks causes and to choose to make a change. Even losing a small amount of weight will improve your overall…

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The need for resilience as stress levels rise
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The need for resilience as stress levels rise

The topic of mental health has never been more prominent in the national conversation. While awareness is welcomed, the question remains whether all of the discussion is truly beneficial. A new openness is great in theory, but are taboos really breaking down when it comes to people’s day-to-day lives?   The Hindu first in-depth report on workplace health and well-being focused on corporate India mental health. It found that a high proportion of India corporate employees are dealing with concerning levels of stress, anxiety, and depression. Those under the age…

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Why Is Food Adulteration Harmful for Children?

Did you realize what effect food adulteration would have on children’s health?   Well, food adulteration affects a large arena of society, especially children and teens who, due to lack of awareness, consume adulterated foods like soft drinks with added artificial colors which may lead to various harmful effects on the gut in the long run. An easy way to detect adulteration in soft drinks at home is heating the particular soft drink for forty-five minutes. The thing that one would observe is something that resembles coal tar which is…

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Health Risk Associated To Teens Using Excessive Social Media
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Health Risk Associated To Teens Using Excessive Social Media

According to a study by the Pew Research Center, 92% of adolescents use the internet daily; Many of them access it via their smartphone. With just a few clicks, teens have the opportunity to access a range of social media accounts to express opinions, find a sense of community, and express their thoughts and feelings. While social networks can help adolescents find other like-minded people, these tools can also be used negatively, such as cybernetics.   The Research   The iGen or those born after 1995 have experienced a measurable…

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5 Best Tips to Get Rid of Alcohol Addiction
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5 Best Tips to Get Rid of Alcohol Addiction

addiction to alcohol is one of the unhealthy choices that can cause many health conditions. In fact, alcoholism is not even a choice. With a habit, you are in control of your choices, but with addiction, you’re not even in control of your choices. Most of us think that kicking this bad habit is very difficult. But, it’s not that difficult as it seems.   Here are 5 things that you can do to get rid of alcoholism   Keep yourself occupied   When you have nothing to do or…

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5 Simple Lifestyle Changes To Control Cholesterol
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5 Simple Lifestyle Changes To Control Cholesterol

Cholesterol, a fatty substance in your body, protects your nerves, cells and tissues and involves the production of hormones. The liver cells produce the body-needed cholesterol, and we also get it from the foods we eat. Adding too many cholesterol-rich foods can negatively impact your health. Fortunately, lifestyle modifications can do much to improve your cholesterol profile. Lifestyle Changes To Control Cholesterol   Lifestyle Changes To Improve Cholesterol Profile   Exercise   Evidence shows that regular physical activity can increase your HDL levels compared to medication. Exercise can also reduce LDL…

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5 Best Ways to Stop a Panic Attack
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5 Best Ways to Stop a Panic Attack

Panic attacks are sudden, intense waves of anxiety, panic or anxiety. They are overwhelming and have both physical and emotional symptoms. Many people with panic attacks may have trouble breathing, sweating profusely, shaking and feeling their heartbeat. Some people also feel chest pain and feel disconnected from themselves or from themselves during a panic attack, which is why they believe they have a heart attack.   Best Ways to Stop a Panic Attack   1. Use deep breathing   While hyperventilation is a symptom of a panic attack that can…

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