Do you know how to swim? Swimming is a fun and good activity for our health. It is a healthy acitivy that you can continue for a lifetime even you in old age. Swimming is a low impact activity that has many physical and mental health benefits. Let’s look at the Picture below on the benefits of swimming :-
Whether you are working to manage heart disease or have experienced a heart attack, you’re understandably concerned about your health. The good news is that by adopting a healthy lifestyle — including a balanced diet and regular exercise for better weight management — and by working with your doctor, you can control high cholesterol, blood pressure, and blood sugar to improve your heart health. Stop Smoking for a Boost to Heart Health
Oolong tea could be used to treat a number of health conditions, according to the Chinese Academy of Sciences. It’s rich in antioxidants, and contains vital vitamins and minerals, including vitamins A, B, C, E and K, it’s been reported. It also contains polyphenol chemicals, which contribute to the tea’s anticancer properties, the researchers said. It’s these properties that is making oolong tea more popular around the world, they added.
More than 100,000 children have been rejected for mental health treatment by NHS Trusts after being referred in the last two years. Figures released by NHS Trusts following a Freedom of Information request by the NSPCC showed that 17% of all referrals to Children and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) were rejected between 2015 and 2017. Of 652,023 cases referred to CAMHS 109,613 children were turned away, equivalent to 150
Most people have experienced it at least once before. For whatever reason—a holiday, special occasion or maybe just due to stress—they overindulge their appetite and overeat. The expression “you are what you eat” is a cliché because it is true. The worse food you put in your body, especially in excess quantities, the worse you will feel. INTERNAL CLOCK CHANGES Your circadian clock regulates the time you fall asleep, wake
When people don’t get enough sleep, certain brain cells literally slow down. A study that recorded directly from neurons in the brains of 12 people found that sleep deprivation causes the bursts of electrical activity that brain cells use to communicate to become slower and weaker, a team reports online Monday in Nature Medicine. The finding could help explain why a lack of sleep impairs a range of mental functions,