121). Time to Practice Yoga By : Paul M. Jerard Jr.
There are many things that we know, we should do, but there’s never enough time. Would you like to have more time for your family, Yoga practice, and some quality time, in your life? Maybe, work keeps you too busy, from doing the right things, for yourself, and your loved ones. So, what can you do?
122). Holistic Medicine to Help You Stop Smoking By : Mike Durand
Herbal formulas to help stop smoking have been found useful by many people and are gaining popularity as an alternative to quitting “cold turkey” or using nicotine replacement therapies (NRT’s) that can prolong the amount of time your body requires the drug. Herbs can function in a variety of ways to help overcome your addiction, including:
123). Troubled by Incontinence? By : Charles Kassotis
Learn about some of the steps you can take to manage an incontinent bladder and avoid embarrassment or discomfort from this embarrassing condition.
124). Top Tips For Staying Healthy All Year Round By : Sandra Stammberger
It is getting harder than ever to stay feeling good and healthy these days, with all of the stress and pollution. But there are a few things that you can do in order to keep life going smoothly, all you have to do is know what they are. This article is going to help you learn what is the most important factors in your good health.
125). Preventive Maintenance For Your Bicycle By : Gregg Hall
Like all mechanical contraptions, your bicycle is vulnerable to wear and tear caused by regular use and exposure to the elements. Routine preventive maintenance will keep your bicycle in peak condition and safe for riding throughout the year.
126). Meditate to Unlock Your Hidden Potential – Part 2 By : Paul M. Jerard Jr.
You can be the creator of your own manifest destiny. Through daily meditation practice and focus on changing your life for the better. In fact, you have the ability to redefine yourself in any direction you desire. The power that you can cultivate is limited only by your own imagination.
127). Pilates Will Give You The Workout That You Need By : Sandra Stammberger
Pilates are a set of exercises that were invented by Joseph Pilates to strengthen his body and to maintain it well. Joseph was a very weak kid and so he felt the need to develop his own set of exercises, hence the name Pilates.
128). Why You Should Learn Tai Chi By : Stephen Todd
Tai Chi combines movement, meditation and breathing, to enhance the flow of vital energy in the body, to increase both physical and mental well-being.
129). Restorative Yoga for Stress Management By : Paul M. Jerard Jr.
Are you looking for a way to release stress, tension, and pain from your body? Are you tired all the time and feel the need to rest, but you know you should get some exercise? How can you do both? The answer is to start regularly attending Restorative Yoga classes, and reap the rewards of healing without a tremendous amount of effort.
130). Helping Someone With Cancer By : Charles Kassotis
If you feel at a loss about what to say or do to help someone with cancer, this article offers suggestions for choosing the right words or actions.
131). What is Self Mastery? - Part 4 By : Paul M. Jerard Jr.
Let’s cover the last component of self-mastery, which is spiritual health. Sometimes, the discussion of spiritual health is considered “politically incorrect.” This is a shame, because we want to live life to the fullest and cannot ignore our spiritual side.
132). The Growing Popularity of Treadmills By : Tamara Williams
How Treadmills are popular trend
133). Yoga - The Solution for Insomnia By : Paul M. Jerard Jr.
If you are continually staying awake over trivial matters, these solutions will aid you to get a good night’s rest. Remember - not every solution will work for everyone, so try the easiest ideas and make them fit into your lifestyle.
134). Objective Meditations: What is Reality? By : Paul M. Jerard Jr.
Is reality a projection from within the mind, or is it an “altered lens” into the outside world? Let’s look at the altered lens theory first. Obviously, we are not all looking at the world with the same lens or viewpoint.
135). Stretch Mark Prevention Tips By : Nicky Pilkington
With all its inner workings, the human body is a complex system. The good news about the way this system works is that it basically functions without much intervention from its owner. However, it does require nourishment to function properly. When there is a problem it is often indicated externally. Just as the case with stretch marks. While it is possible for you to develop the condition despite taking precautions by following the steps mentioned below to prevent stretch marks, you can limit your risk significantly.
136). Hip Hip Hurray - How To Prevent Hip Injuries By : Julian Hall
Hip is the most part of the human body. Connecting the legs with the torso, it helps maintain balance, centre of gravity and takes the maximum brunt of your physical workload. Hip injury therefore is a very critical injury and can effect your movement.
137). This is Not Your Grandma’s Rocking Chair By : Paul M. Jerard Jr.
Is it possible that grandparents are working out more than any other members of the family? Absolutely - I see energetic Chair Yoga classes with as many as 50 people in a single class.
138). Why Should You Meditate? By : Paul M. Jerard Jr.
Your mind needs rest and a vacation. Have you ever noticed that when you take a vacation, you come back with fresh ideas, a better attitude, and establish clear priorities?
139). How Important Is Your Health? By : Jan Wilhelm
Good Health is not just about eating right. There are other factors.
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