When responsibilities mount, sleep is the first thing to drop off the priority list. In fact, according to the National Sleep Foundation, as many as 47 million Americans are sleep deprived (2002 Sleep in America poll). And that’s a problem since experts argue that getting adequate zzz’s is as important to health and wellbeing as […]
Many of you may know that being overweight is not healthy for your heart. But not all fat is created equal. Belly fat is a greater indicator of developing heart disease than hip fat. Here is why: Fat cells in the belly are not the same type of cells compared to fat cells in […]
Kinesio Tape is a fast growing method of rehabilitation which has become more popular since the 2008 Summer Olympics where many Olympians were seen using Kinesio Tape. Other athletes who have used Kineso Tape include Serena Williams, David Beckham, and Edgerrin James. Kinesio taping involves taping around an injured muscle in order to provide support […]
Those that smoke a pack of cigarettes a day are 2 1/2 times as likely to have stroke than non-smokers. Smoking causes damage to all areas of your body. There are many tools out there to help you quit smoking. After 20 minutes of not smoking your blood pressure and pulse will return to normal. After 24 hours, your chance of having a heart attack re-duces considerably. Do something good for yourself and your heart. Deicide to quit today!!