The purpose of rehydrating — whether with water or electrolyte-containing beverages — is to pull fluid back into our system so our organs can function properly.
Ever since the coronavirus pandemic began making headlines across the world, there has been confusing and sometimes conflicting advice. Should we wear masks, should we not; does wearing gloves help; can the virus be spread from pets to humans – the list goes on.
It can be particularly tricky for women, who are fed a Victoria’s Secret narrative of beauty from a young age which presents a slim and toned physique as the ultimate goal, exacerbating anxieties about becoming 'too muscly.'
Lack of exposure to sun during the pandemic has critically affected vitamin D levels in our body. People are frequently feeling tired with lack of energy and strength.
Experts swear by these exercises that can transform your abdominals in anywhere from three to 20 months.
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A balance of work and physical fitness is very important. There are a lot of work-related injuries that are still not properly addressed. These may be due to prolonged sitting, improper posture, poor health and fitness status.
The cycle starts with the disruption in the level of appetite regulating hormones in your body. This imbalance blunts your ability of experiencing satiety and makes you needlessly hungry. The cycle progresses with you tiptoeing to the refrigerator scavenging to salvage some leftovers, the more decadent and sugary the better, ultimately culminating in an expanding waistline.
In the wake of COVID-19, fitness centres are sending emails to members about prevention measures. Most include encouragement to stay home if you’re feeling sick.