Why this Actually Good Living Habit Isn’t Absolutely Healthy?

Why this Actually Good Living Habit Isn't Absolutely Healthy? You may assume that it’s generally a good living habit to make your bed, even if you don’t actually do it. Read on to find out why you should never make your bed
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If you make your bed every morning which is an actually good living habit, you’re in a minority. According to a survey of 68,000 people by Hunch.com, only 27 percent reported making their bed, while 59 percent said they do not (another lucky 12 percent paid someone to make their bed for them).


You may assume that it’s generally a good living habit to make your bed, even if you don’t actually do it. Your mother probably told you to make yours, after all, and it certainly looks tidier, especially if unexpected company shows up.


But if you refuse to make your bed, here is a good reason to support your habit (keep this one up your sleeve for all of those messy bed naysayers in your life).


A Made Bed Makes a Perfect Home for Dust Mites


The average bed may be home to 1.5 million dust mites. These tiny creatures (each is less than 1 millimeter long) don’t bite or burrow into your skin, but they do feed on your dead skin and hair. This is gross, though not particularly dangerous.


However, dust mites also poop in your bed, and their fecal pellets, as well as their body fragments, create an allergen that can be harmful to people with allergies and asthma. It’s estimated that 10 percent of Americans are sensitive to dust mite allergen.


Now here’s the thing about dust mites. In order to survive they use small glands on their bodies to soak up water from their environment. During a night of sleep, the dampness of your nice warm sheets (however slight it may seem to you) provides just the type of environment that dust mites love.


In the morning, if you jump out of bed and quickly make it again, you’re preserving that damp, warm environment that makes dust mites thrive. On the other hand, research by Dr. Stephen Pretlove of Kingston University London found that leaving your bed unmade allows the moisture to dry out, which means the dust mites become dehydrated and eventually die.


If you simply can’t stand an untidy bed, at least leave your bed unmade while you shower and have breakfast. This should give it sufficient time to air out before you put the covers back into place.


Watch this Video HERE – Your mom was wrong; here’s why you should never make your bed


The Case For Making Your Bed


Dust mites aside, there are many good reasons to consider making your bed each morning if you don’t already. Among them are happiness and well-being.


Remember that Hunch.com survey? It also found that bed makers are more likely to be happy than non-bed-makers (71 percent versus 62 percent, respectively).


And according to Psychology Today:


“Bed makers are also more likely to like their jobs, own a home, exercise regularly, and feel well rested, whereas non-bed-makers hate their jobs, rent apartments, avoid the gym, and wake up tired. All in all, bed makers are happier and more successful than their rumple-sheeted peers.”


Making your bed also gives you a sense of accomplishment first thing in the morning. Your morning routine sets the tone for the rest of your day, so you might as well start out on a productive note.


Elite Daily reported a nice little quote from Naval Admiral William McRaven at a University of Texas, Austin commencement speech:


“If you make your bed every morning, you will have accomplished the first task of the day. It will give you a small sense of pride and it will encourage you to do another task and another and another.


By the end of the day, that one task completed will have turned into many tasks completed. Making your bed will also reinforce the fact that little things in life matter.”


A National Sleep Foundation poll even found that people who make their bed every day or almost every day are 19 percent more likely to say they get a good night’s sleep (and in this poll 88 percent made their beds at least a few days a week).


New York Times best-selling author on happiness Gretchen Rubin also told Elite Daily that bed making is the good living habit people mention most often when asked what led to their happiness. She said:


“It’s a pretty trivial thing, but over and over people say that getting control of this little action makes them feel more in control of their life, generally.”


Considering it only takes a minute, why not try it out and see if this is true for you? (But only after letting it air out first! Dust mites … eww.)


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10 Most Important Supplements for a Healthy Life


10 Most Important Supplements for a Healthy Life - If you’re wondering about dietary supplements, here are the top 10 options to consider for a healthy life.
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In an attempt to get a healthy life, Americans spent $13 billion on dietary supplements in 2013, and such spending is expected to increase to more than $15 billion by 2019.


Meanwhile, just walking down the supplement aisle(s) at your local health food store can be mind-boggling, and rightfully so – there are more than 29,000 different nutritional supplements on the market today.


Which of these are truly beneficial and which are not? That’s the burning question, isn’t it? Because you’d gladly invest in a handful of supplements if they were going to improve your health … but if not, you’d rather not flush your money down the toilet.


The truth is, there’s no one right answer, because everyone has different supplemental needs. Your age, diet, health status, weight and health goals all impact which dietary supplements could help your body thrive and get a healthy life. That being said, there are certain supplements that are nearly universally beneficial.


And by that I mean, most Americans are seriously lacking in these nutrients and could benefit greatly from a supplement. For those of you who don’t know, our philosophy for wellness – from dietary supplements to physical activity to stress relief and more – centers on the need to identify imbalances and then bring them back into balance.


To do this you’ve got to look at deficiencies and excesses in your life, then commit to bringing up the deficiencies and bringing down the excesses. A simple example has to do with calcium. Most Americans consume high amounts of calcium but neglect to consume enough magnesium to balance it out.


Calcium causes your muscles to contract while magnesium is necessary for proper muscle and nerve function. With too little magnesium and an abundance of calcium, your muscles may go into spasm, including your heart, which is why this imbalance may actually lead to a heart attack.


I’m not telling you this to make you worry … I’m letting you know that by addressing deficiencies now you can significantly improve your health and wellness. Toward that end, if you’re wondering about dietary supplements, the following 10 are the top options to consider.


10 Supplements Virtually Everyone Needs for a Healthy Life


  1. Fiber


Eating enough fiber is essential for blood sugar control, heart health, digestive health, stroke prevention and more. It can even help with weight loss and improve the health of your skin. Yet, more than 90 percent of U.S. adults and children fail to meet the recommended 30 grams a day.


The Council for Responsible Nutrition Foundation (CRNF) even released a report showing adults 55 and over with heart disease could reduce their heart-disease-related medical events by 11.5 percent just by supplementing with psyllium, an excellent source of fiber – daily. And it would cost just .30 cents a day to do so …


Eating more vegetables and fruits is one of the easiest ways to increase your fiber intake, but even with the ‘perfect’ diet it can be difficult to get enough every day. And if you’re not eating right, forget it. A fiber supplement, like psyllium, is highly recommended.


  1. Protein


Adult woman are advised to consume about 46 grams of protein a day while men need closer to 56 grams. Most U.S. adults actually consume more protein than this on any given day, but there are groups at risk of deficiency. Pregnant and nursing women require more than the average person, as do those engaging in intense exercise and most seniors.


In fact, seniors may need double the typically recommended amounts of protein to prevent age-related muscle loss, especially if they’re bedridden or facing a chronic illness or injury.


Since proteins make up a major part of your skin, muscles, organs and glands, anyone who’s overcoming an injury or illness may benefit from an additional amount.


As for what type, there are many high-quality protein supplements on the market. Whey protein is a good option, but feel free to choose one that meets your unique needs (for instance, a plant-based source if you’re vegetarian).


  1. Melatonin


Melatonin, which is naturally produced by your pineal gland, is well known for helping to regulate your sleep-wake cycle. It’s often recommended for people with insomnia and other sleeping problems, but virtually everyone can use it to improve the quality of their sleep. It’s during sleep that your body heals and regenerates, so high-quality sleep is truly essential to wellness.


Many are also not aware that your body’s production of melatonin declines with age, making supplementation increasingly important as you get older. Plus, melatonin also plays a role in hormone balance and immune system function, and it even has antioxidant properties.


Research has even shown that people who take melatonin after strenuous, high-intensity exercise have less cell damage and greater levels of an anti-inflammatory protein, lending increased support for the usefulness of this supplement across the board.


  1. Whole-Food-Based Multivitamin


Many Americans have serious nutrient gaps and do not get nearly enough of certain nutrients to be optimally healthy. While you may not be lacking enough to be deficient (but then again, you might), you may be getting inadequate levels for optimal health. For instance, research suggests a large number of Americans are not getting enough vitamins A, C and E and B vitamins.


It’s certainly possible to get all the nutrients you need from nutrient-dense foods – but, be honest, you may not be eating these nutrient-dense foods daily, at every meal. A green smoothie or green superfood powder can be a good addition here, but you can also find whole-food-based multivitamins in capsule or tablet form.


  1. Ionic Multi-Mineral Supplement, High in Magnesium


I recommend you use a separate supplement for minerals than your typical multivitamin (some are combined multivitamin-mineral supplements). Trace minerals like nickel, silver, zinc, tungsten and many others are essential for the proper function of your body and play a role in helping prevent degenerative conditions, including joint pain.


Ionic minerals exist in an unstable state that allows them to bond readily with water so they’re easily absorbed by your body. Their positive or negative charges also combine into a dynamic electrical flow that helps move nutrients into your body.


Choose a variety high in magnesium, as research suggests only about 25 percent of US adults are getting the recommended daily amount of 310 to 320 milligrams (mg) for women and 400 to 420 for men. Minerals sourced from seawater are naturally high in magnesium.


Magnesium is important for your heart, muscles, kidneys and more, and deficiency is a major cause of fatigue, weakness and abnormal heart rhythms. Research from CRNF found that nearly $7 billion in avoidable hospital costs could be saved from 2013-2020 if more Americans used magnesium supplements.


  1. Probiotics


Probiotics are beneficial bacteria that help maintain the natural balance of microflora in your intestines. They’ve been growing in popularity in recent years, as research has shown that probiotics can support your immune system health, enhance your digestion, help you make essential vitamins and absorb nutrients from your food, soothe inflammation in your gastrointestinal tract … and the benefits go on and on.


Probiotics have actually been revered for centuries in cultures around the world, where they have traditionally been consumed in fermented foods like kefir, sauerkraut and lassi (an Indian yogurt drink).


In the modern day, however, most of us do not eat enough fermented foods to ensure a regular supply of these healthy “bugs.” That, and environmental onslaughts like antibiotics, chlorinated water and an excess of sugar in our diets further degrades the healthy microflora that would otherwise be in our guts …


A probiotic supplement, ideally one with multiple bacterial strains that are also acid- and bile-resistant, is invaluable if you don’t regularly consume fermented foods.


  1. Digestive Enzymes


Digestive enzymes convert the food you eat into small molecules that your body uses as fuel. They break down fats into fatty acids and proteins into amino acids, for instance, Other enzymes, such as maltase and lactase, help to convert certain sugars into glucose while an enzyme known as renin helps you to digest proteins specifically found in milk.


Digestive enzymes are very useful, especially if you suffer from regular gas, bloating, abdominal pain, heartburn, leaky gut or other signs of trouble with digestion. Taking them orally with a meal may also help you from becoming deficient and straining your digestive system.


Look for a digestive enzyme high in enzymes that digest fats – lipase – as this will help you to avoid the “post-lunch coma.” The enzymes will break down the fats you eat into fatty acids you can use for instant energy. You also want a broad-spectrum formula that will contain a variety of enzymes (as each serves a different, useful purpose).


  1. Fish Oil with CoQ10


The anti-inflammatory omega-3 fats found in fish oil have been proven helpful for heart health, memory and cognitive function, healthy pregnancies and fetal development, skin health, anti-aging benefits, mood support and even improving dry eye symptoms.


Most Americans don’t eat nearly enough fish to get these healthy fats on a daily basis, which is why supplementation with high-quality fish oil is so beneficial. According to CRNF, nearly $4 billion in coronary heart disease-related savings could occur from 2013-2020 if more Americans used omega-3 supplements at preventive intake levels.


Omega-3 deficiency has even been described as the sixth biggest killer of Americans, causing 96,000 deaths each year. I recommend a source that also contains CoQ10, for the added benefits to your heart.


  1. Vitamin D3


About 41 percent of U.S. adults are deficient in vitamin D, and many more have levels that are below optimal. Among the elderly, who have a decreased ability to make vitamin D from sunlight, and African Americans, who have higher levels of melanin in their skin (which reduces your skin’s ability to produce vitamin D) rates of deficiency are even higher.


Inadequate vitamin D levels have now been linked to a growing number of health conditions, from heart disease and cancer to autoimmune diseases and infections (including the flu).


And you don’t want to be in the “average” or “normal” range, which is said to be 30-50 ng/ml. What research is revealing is that in order to reap all the health benefits vitamin D has to offer, you need to be in the optimal range, which is 50-80 ng/ml.


You can get vitamin D from sensible sun exposure, but if you’re not able to spend time outdoors every day, a vitamin D3 supplement will be necessary. Have your levels tested and work with a health care provider to determine the right dose for you to get your levels into the optimal range.


And be sure you’re taking vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol), which is the type produced in your skin, and not vitamin D2 (ergocalciferol), a synthetic form. Vitamin D3 has been found to increase blood levels of vitamin D more effectively than vitamin D2.


  1. Systemic Enzymes

Systemic enzymes are designed to survive your stomach acid, allowing them to enter your small intestine and be absorbed into your bloodstream — and that’s where the real ‘magic’ happens. Systemic enzymes fight inflammation and stimulate your immune system, making them useful for conditions such as:



Beyond this, systemic enzymes have shown promise for heart health, immune support and more. Proteolytic enzymes are naturally produced in your pancreas, but your natural production declines with age; these inflammation-busters become largely depleted as you hit 40 and over.


In fact, a new-born baby has 100 times more enzymes than an elderly person, and even a 20-year-old has double the enzyme levels of a 70-year-old. If you have blood-clotting disorders, chronic fatigue, high cholesterol, obesity or other chronic health ailments or even grey hair, these could be signs that you’re already enzyme deficient.


If you don’t eat perfectly (including raw foods on a daily basis), the chances that your body is lacking in these crucial catalysts is even higher.


Fortunately, there’s Heal-n-Soothe, the best systemic enzyme formula to replenish your body’s supply of vital enzymes. Heal-n-Soothe®” not only gives you the healing power of systemic proteolytic enzymes in a convenient capsule but it combines it with additional anti-inflammatory ingredients to support optimal health.


Systemic enzymes must be consumed on an empty stomach (if you take them with food, your body may use them for digestion before they have a chance to enter your bloodstream).


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Bonus: Supplements for Specific Conditions


Beyond this list of 10, there are many other supplements that have healing potential, depending on your needs. Again, our philosophy at the Healthy Back Institute is that most underlying conditions are there because of imbalances in your body that lead to a stagnation that keeps you from healing and getting better. No matter what your condition or imbalance, there is a supplement available to help fix it and propel your body back into the proper balance.


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Unlike most treatments which only deliver temporary relief, if any at all, muscle balance therapy delivers lasting relief to 8 out of 10 people who use it because it addresses the underlying cause of the pain, not just the symptoms.

If you are suffering from any type of back pain, neck pain or sciatica, I urge you to learn more about this breakthrough new treatment. Click HERE to learn more


How to Really Keep a Good Posture in 17 Steps?


How to Really Keep a Good Posture in 17 Steps?  Bad posture is a leading cause of back and neck pain, aching shoulders and even headaches. Read here to find out how you can keep a good posture to stop your pain.
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Remember how your mom always told you to keep a good posture by standing up straight? She knew what she was talking about! When you slump and slouch, the bad posture that results is a leading cause of back and neck pain, aching shoulders and even headaches.


As you might suspect, sitting or standing for long periods with bad posture stresses and strains muscles throughout your body, eventually leading to muscle imbalances as they become progressively used to being out of proper alignment.


Plus, poor posture has also been linked to conditions you’d probably never associate with a little bit of slouching, like:


  • Increased feelings of depression
  • Lower energy
  • Problems at work, because you appear less confident
  • Slowed digestion and constipation
  • Increased risk of premature death, diabetes and heart disease
  • Making you look fatter
  • Decreased circulation
  • Lower self confidence
  • Increased stress


What is Poor Posture? Three Common Examples


Millions of Americans have chronically poor posture, and virtually everyone has improper posture at one point or another. If you have back pain, neck pain or tense muscles, there’s a good chance your posture could be improved. If you’re wondering, what, exactly, constitutes poor posture, here are some of the most common examples:


Hunchback: This is common when sitting hunched over a computer and leads to an excessively curved back. Eventually this posture will weaken your upper back muscles and lead to neck, shoulder and back pain.


Rounded shoulders: This is also common while sitting and can cause your chest muscles to tighten and your upper back to weaken.


Forward head: Your head should be in line with your shoulders and spine, but many people hold their head forward while driving, sitting and standing. This can cause tightness in your back and neck muscles, along with neck pain.


How to Keep a Good Posture in 17 Steps


It’s pretty instinctual, when reading an article about proper posture, to straighten up and put your shoulders back. But there’s actually more to correcting your posture than this.


Here’s a simple guide to correct your posture while sitting, standing and even sleeping.


How to Keep a Good Posture When Standing


  1. Stand tall with your feet shoulder width apart, your knees slightly bent


  1. There should be a small curve in your lower back, but don’t arch too much or lean back — your goal should be a neutral spine


  1. Your shoulder blades should be down and back, your chest lifted


  1. Keep your chin level so that the highest point of your body is the top back of your head


  1. Use your stomach muscles for extra support in keeping your body straighter


  1. Keep your jaw and neck relaxed


Try the wall test:


  • Put the back of your head, your buttocks and shoulder blades against a wall
  • Your heels should be six inches from the wall
  • The gap between your neck and small of your back and the wall should be less than two inches — a larger gap indicates bad posture


How to Keep a Good Posture When Sitting


  1. Sit with your feet resting flat on the floor and your hips bent at a 90-degree angle; your knees should be slightly lower than your hips


  1. Your lower back should be arched slightly


  1. Keep your chest lifted and your chin level (a book should be able to rest on your head)


  1. Your shoulders should be back and relaxed


  1. Avoid slouching, leaning forward, crossing your legs or trying to sit with your spine perfectly straight


  1. Stand up frequently, as it’s difficult to maintain proper posture during prolonged sitting


  1. Be sure your chair supports proper posture


How to Keep a Good Posture When Sleeping


  1. Choose a firm mattress with comfortable support


  1. Ideally, sleep on your side using pillows for support; try a pillow between your legs, on your back or under your knees


  1. Avoid sleeping on your stomach, which puts pressure on the vertebrae in your neck)


  1. Avoid sleeping with too many stacked pillows, which may strain your neck


Watch this VIDEO HERE to learn how to keep a good posture


Simple Lifestyle Strategies for Better Posture


Even when you know how to correct your posture, maintaining it can be difficult, especially if you’ve grown used to poor posture.


If you’re overweight or obese, losing weight can make it easier for you to improve your posture, as can regular exercise, which strengthens key muscles necessary for correct posture.


Still, abnormal postural conditions like those described are almost assuredly causing your muscles, joints and ligaments to function under increased stress and strain, eventually leading to failure (i.e. pain).


You must address these issues to permanently relieve your pain and restore proper posture.


The solution?


First identify and then correct your muscle imbalances!


With the Lose the Back Pain System, you’ll go through a series of self-assessments designed to help you pinpoint which postural dysfunctions you have, then you’ll discover a customized series of corrective exercises, stretches, and self-treatments that are unique to your condition and specific muscle imbalances.


If you have poor posture, then you almost assuredly have muscle imbalances, and probably related pain and tension, too.


Tens of thousands of people have already used this breakthrough system to eliminate back and neck pain, while improving posture, in less than 30 days, and you, too, can join them now


By Jesse Cannone – Creator of the International Best-Selling Back Pain Treatment Program “Lose the Back Pain System” and Best-Selling Book “The 7 Day Back Pain Cure”


Unlike most treatments which only deliver temporary relief, if any at all, muscle balance therapy delivers lasting relief to 8 out of 10 people who use it because it addresses the underlying cause of the pain, not just the symptoms.

If you are suffering from any type of back pain, neck pain or sciatica, I urge you to learn more about this breakthrough new treatment. Click HERE to learn more

How to Minimize Back Pain Risk of a Desk Bound Job?


How to Minimize Back Pain Risk of a Desk Bound Job? If you are suffering from any type of back pain, neck pain or sciatica, I urge you to read about how you can minimize back pain risk if you are working in a desk bound job.
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Do you want to minimize back pain risk? How bad can sitting at the office or in a car or truck all day really be? Well… it can cause several structural imbalances in your body which can actually be the cause of back, neck and shoulder pain.

Yes, we Americans have found ourselves in a day-to-day work and life environment where we sit, sit, sit! We sit at work, in the car, on the couch, at the table, on a park bench. And all this sitting has not only caused a decrease in healthy physical activity, it has led to weight gain and yes, chronic back pain.

Below is a list of the numerous physical conditions that develop over time from prolonged sitting, and what you can do to minimize back pain risk.


1.The longer you sit the more likely your pelvis will flare, meaning it can rotate outward, inward, backward or downward. And it can happen on one or both sides. Even worse, you can develop a combination of these incorrect positions. For example, you can have one side rotated forward, outward and high, while the other side rotated backward, inward and low.


2.The longer you sit the more likely your glutes (buttock muscles) will flatten. This means they will weaken, as lack of use “shuts them down.”


3.The longer you sit the tighter and more dominant your hip flexors will become in order to stabilize your pelvis. What happens is that your hip flexors will inhibit your glutes from working. That’s right: your hip flexors will “turn off” your glutes and the only way to get them going again is to minimize the sitting to restore physical balance…


This is a good time to give you a quick test. Do it slowly and in control as this may not be for everyone. So do it at your own pace and risk. If you have had a THR, DO NOT perform this activity!


Begin by putting your heels together. Rotate your feet outward like a duck and then squeeze your butt. You should notice a very strong contraction. Relax.


Now rotate your toes inward so that your toes are touching and your heels are rotated out as far as they can go. Now squeeze your butt. You will note much less of a contraction.


That inability to squeeze your glutes is proof that your glutes are inhibited or “turned off” and a sure sign that you need to get your butt stronger…

Please feel free to do 10 to 20 of these toe-in glute squeezes per hour every day, to keep your glutes working.


4.The last major effect of siting is that your pelvis will tend to tip backwards. This puts undo stress on your pelvis, SI Joint (sacroiliac joint), and your entire spine. It is virtually impossible to keep your pelvis in a neutral position for an entire workday, so at some point during the day you lose it and when you multiply that by 20 to 30 years… you have a life time of back related issues, unless addressed…


Action Steps to minimize back pain risk from sitting at work…


When the phone rings, stand up… If you do not need to be typing, get out of the sitting position for 5 to 10 minutes and you will give your body a great break. In fact, talking on the phone is a great time to do the toe-in glute squeezes. How many can you do in a 10 minute call?

Change sitting positions… I personally have four different settings for my desk. I sit in my chair, I have a kneeling chair, I sit on a therapy ball (size 75cm) and I kneel on a foam pad that puts my pelvis straight and at just the right height. Now I do not use all of them every day but rather rotate them on different days.

Use Trigger Point work to release your hip flexors… The best way to do this is to seek a massage therapist; however you can use a foam roller, as well as other trigger point devices on the market, such as out Trigger Point Therapy kit…

Learn about and study about Muscle Imbalances… There is nothing more important than keeping your pelvis and spine in the most neutral and most stable positions possible. I have written extensively about the subject and have dedicated my life to teaching it to people all over the world…
You can also watch a Video Article HERE to understand more about muscle imbalance to minimize back pain risk.
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By Steve Hefferon (Fitness Trainer and Certified Massage Therapist) and Jesse Cannone – Creator of the International Best-Selling Back Pain Treatment Program “Lose the Back Pain System” and Best-Selling Book “The 7 Day Back Pain Cure”


Unlike most treatments which only deliver temporary relief, if any at all, muscle balance therapy delivers lasting relief to 8 out of 10 people who use it because it addresses the underlying cause of the pain, not just the symptoms.

If you are suffering from any type of back pain, neck pain or sciatica, I urge you to learn more about this breakthrough new treatmentClick here to learn more