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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5 Easy Ways to Remarkably Boost Your Immune System

 

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Does it seem that every winter you get sick more often and it takes you much longer to get well?

 

Does a common cold sideline you as long as the flu?

 

If this sounds familiar you could be suffering from a weak immune system. Weakened immunity makes us feel constantly tired, workouts are less effective and you constantly feel stressed out.

 

There are a lot of reasons that your immune system has taken a beating. It can be simple aging or environmental pollutants, pushing yourself too hard or chronic stress.

 

In fact just about everything can contribute to a weak immune system, but for most it isn’t a permanent problem. With these 5 tips, you can boost your immune system so you feel better and more energetic.

 

  1. Live Well & Prosper

 

Ok so this is a pretty obvious one, but it is also one we are all most likely to forget or neglect. The best way to fight disease and illness is to maintain a healthy lifestyle, which includes:

 

  • Don’t smoke or quit smoking

 

  • Enjoy a diet high in fruits, vegetables and whole grains, and low in dairy and saturated fats.

 

 

  • Rest often.

 

 

 

  • If you drink alcohol, drink in moderation.

 

  • Wash your hands regularly and cook meats using at least minimum internal temperatures.

 

  • Get appropriate screening tests.

 

  1. Several Vitamins A Day

 

A healthy diet is without a doubt important, but many of us don’t get all the vitamins and nutrients we need through our meals. Numerous studies have found deficiencies in micronutrients that can result in a reduction of immunity cells.

 

Add more of these vitamins into your daily regimen:

 

  • Selenium. Studies have found low selenium levels raise the risk of certain types of cancer, including; breast, bladder, colon, rectum, lung, and prostate.

 

  • Vitamin A. Immunity experts agree that a vitamin A deficiency is linked to impaired immunity and an increased risk of infection.

 

  • Vitamin B2. Studies have suggested that vitamin B2 boosts resistance to bacterial infections.

 

  • Vitamin B6. A vitamin B6 deficiency can depress the formation of immunity cells.

 

  • Vitamin CVitamin Cworks with other micronutrients to boost immunity.

 

  • Vitamin D. Vitamin D, which most North Americans are deficient in, plays a role in many immune responses.

 

  • Vitamin E. A study involving healthy subjects over age 65 found that high daily doses of vitamin E increased antibody responses to hepatitis B and tetanus after vaccination.

 

  • Zinc. Zinc is essential for immunity cells. A deficiency affects the ability of these cells to function as they should.

 

  1. Helping Herbs

 

The science on the usefulness of herbs as supplements is not quite complete. Many of the studies in existence provide anecdotal evidence or insufficient control groups.

 

This is an important fact to remember with the large number of herbs on the market promising to boost immunity with no real proof.

 

While this is true it is also important to remember that Eastern culture has relied on herbal remedies for centuries with many positive results.

 

Be careful in the supplements you choose, but here is a small list of herbs that can help boost your immunity:

 

  • Aloe Vera.Topical aloe Vera is a powerful anti-inflammatory used to ward off infections from burns and other wounds.

 

  • Astragals membranes.Derived from the root of the astragals plant, this herb stimulates the immune system, giving it greater fighting power.

 

  • Lab tests have proven garlic as a powerful foe against viruses, bacteria, and fungi. A 2006 study found a link between the frequency of use of garlic and a reduced risk of some common forms cancers in southern Europe.

 

  • It’s unclear how ginseng root works, but non-Western practitioners have been prescribing ginseng to stimulate immune function for centuries.

 

You can also watch this Video HERE to learn how to boost your system naturally.

 

  1. Bacteria Is Your…Friend?

 

There is growing body of literature that indicates that a relationship exists between your immune system and the good bacteria found in your body.

 

Scientists now know that certain bacteria can correct imbalances in order to increase the quantity of immunity cells.

 

Some anecdotal studies and incomplete studies have indicated that adding good bacteria like probiotics to your diet can increase immunity cell levels.

 

Many food and dairy products list probiotics on their labels. Unfortunately none of these ingredients are regulated, so the claims cannot be verified.

 

  1. De-stress For Success

 

For decades modern medicine has treated stress and emotional instability as nothing more than an aside, but recently scientists have begun to understand and acknowledge that a link does exist between physical and mental health. Emotional stress can lead to as well as aggravate many health problems and delay recovery.

 

Researchers believe that psychological stress impacts the immune system by disrupting communication between the systems in the body that work together. Stress hormones like cortisol have a negative effect on our ability to handle stress.

 

Any steps you can take to reduce the stress of daily life– yoga, music, meditation, exercise or reading–can help boost your immune system to keep you healthy.

 

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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

 

 

9 Warning Signs You Can Get Chronic Diseases Here

 

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Chronic diseases – heart disease, stroke, cancer, diabetes, arthritis and even obesity – are the leading cause of death and disability in the United States. In fact, seven of the top 10 causes of death in America are chronic diseases (and just two, heart disease and cancer, account for 48 percent of all deaths).

 

Nearly half of U.S. adults already have one or more chronic health conditions … which is unfortunate because many of them are preventable. If you’re among them, don’t lose hope; oftentimes you can reverse chronic health conditions or at least stop their progression in much the same way that they can be prevented … via a healthy lifestyle.

 

If you’re healthy, meanwhile, don’t take it for granted. You still need to pay attention to the basics (healthy diet, exercise, sleep, etc.) to stay well. And if any of the following warning signs apply to you, these are signs you’re on a fast track to chronic disease … make the appropriate changes now – not later.

 

  1. You Have a Big Belly

 

Research from the University of Illinois and the Washington University School of Medicine showed that visceral fat (the kind around your belly) releases an inflammatory molecule called interleukin-6 (IL-6), which leads to full-body systemic inflammation.

 

Chronic inflammation, meanwhile, is linked to numerous chronic diseases from heart disease to cancer (and so, too, is excess belly fat).

 

What to Do: You can’t “spot-treat” belly fat. The only way to ultimately lose it is by losing body fat all over your body, which means eating right and exercising.

 

If you’ve tried to lose your belly and can’t, here are 7 reasons why.

 

Excess Belly Fat Reason #1 – You’re Stressed Out

 

When you’re stressed your body is flooded with stress hormones like cortisol, which can actually promote storage of fat in your belly. Meanwhile, stress may trigger cravings for junk food while also altering your insulin response — a three-pronged recipe for belly fat.

 

CLICK HERE to read the 10 Selected Stress Relieving Foods

 

Excess Belly Fat Reason #2 – You Eat Too Many Carbs

Carbs, especially sugar and refined grains, are the enemy when it comes to body fat (unless you’re trying to gain it). Sugar, soda, cookies, candy, white bread, pasta, bagels, doughnuts, even your afternoon sweet tea or sweetened coffee drink … we’re looking at you.

 

If you want a flat stomach, stick with a diet with no more than 43 percent calories from carbohydrates (and about 39 percent calories from fat and 18 percent protein), as this may help you lose deep belly fat and total body fat.

 

CLICK HERE to read – 9 Ways to Really Stop Unhealthy Food Cravings Remarkably

 

 

Excess Belly Fat Reason #3 – You’re Exercising Wrong

 

Any old exercise isn’t going to give you the fat-burning results you’re after. A leisurely walk around the block? Sit ups and crunches? Even a slow-paced 30-minute jog? None of these are ideal for burning belly fat. So what is?

 

High-intensity exercise training is more effective for reducing total abdominal fat, subcutaneous abdominal fat, and abdominal visceral fat (the most dangerous kind) compared to lower intensity workouts.

 

During high-intensity interval training, you alternate short bursts of very high intensity activity with slower recovery periods, which has the added benefit of letting you fit in an intense workout in a shorter amount of time. (Check out The NO Excuse Workout for one of the best high intensity workouts.)

 

What else works? Strength training (to build more muscles, which in turn burns more calories) and functional exercises like planks, which activate your core muscles, leading to a higher rate of calorie burn.

 

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Excess Belly Fat Reason #4 – You’re Being Exposed to Toxic Obesogens

 

Obesogens are environmental chemicals that impact the function of your body’s hormones, triggering weight gain and likely also chronic diseases.

 

Obesogens impact body weight and body fat through numerous mechanisms, including:

 

  • Affecting the number of fat cells or the size of fat cells

 

  • Altering hormones that affect appetite, satiety, food preferences and energy metabolism

 

  • Epigenetic changes to DNA, which impact when and how genes are expressed without actually altering your genetic code; epigenetic changes are often passed on to future generations

 

Obesogens are virtually everywhere, including in your food and food packaging, water, home and personal care products.

 

Excess Belly Fat Reason #5 – You’re Eating Inflammatory (i.e. Processed) Foods

 

Belly fat is linked to inflammation, and the more processed foods you eat, which are also highly inflammatory, the harder it may be for you to shed the excess pounds.

 

Certain foods are decidedly pro-inflammatory (sugar, alcohol, trans fats and many processed foods), others, like many fruits and vegetables, are anti-inflammatory. If you want to lose belly fat (and body weight), focus on foods that fight inflammation, like broccoli, olive oil and blueberries.

 

As an added bonus, in a study by the University of Michigan Cardiovascular Center, rats that were fed a blueberry-enriched powder had less abdominal fat after 90 days (along with a host of other benefits, like a lower risk of diabetes).

 

Excess Belly Fat Reason #6 – You’re Not Getting Enough Sleep

 

Remember how the stress hormone cortisol promotes storage of fat in your belly? When you don’t get enough sleep, your body produces excess cortisol as well that can, subsequently, make your belly bigger.

 

Not to mention, cutting your sleep short, even by a mere 80 minutes one night, can make you eat nearly 550 calories more than you ordinarily would the next day — and that’s not going to do your belly any good.

 

Excess Belly Fat Reason #7 – Your Age

 

If you’re in your early or mid-20s, your age probably has nothing to do with your belly fat. But if you’re older than this, it probably does. Your body’s natural production of youth hormones (HGH, or human growth hormone ) begins to steadily decline by the time you reach your late 20s or early 30s. Around this same time, you probably find you “can’t eat the way you used to,” and losing weight becomes much harder.

 

As your HGH declines, all of the following occurs:

 

  • Your metabolism slows down
  • You pack on adipose tissue (FAT)
  • Your organs shrivel
  • Your aerobic activity decreases
  • Your muscles shrink

 

A study was published in the New England Journal of Medicine that showed what happened when men aged 61-81 received HGH injections for six months … the men has increases in lean body mass … and they lost body fat (among other benefits like improved skin elasticity and blood pressure).

 

The problem is that the study used synthetic HGH, a prescription-only formula that must be injected into your body — and may cause serious side effects.

 

So how do you increase your body’s growth hormone naturally? There are a few tricks for doing so, like high-intensity exercise, fasting and sleep. Another option is ThinMist, a 100% natural way to safely boost your pituitary gland’s NATURAL release of HGH ‘youth hormones.

 

You simply take ThinMist three times each day by spraying it under your tongue, and as the ingredients slowly build up in your system, your body NATURALLY begins releasing more youthful levels of HGH.

 

  1. You Smoke

 

Nearly half a million Americans die each year due to cigarette smoking. If you smoke, you’re accelerating your aging process and shortening your lifespan.

 

What to Do: Quit smoking now! The benefits start immediately and increase the longer you go. After just one year, your excess risk of heart disease will be half that of a current smoker’s

 

  1. You Drink Too Much Alcohol

 

Drinking too much alcohol results in 88,000 deaths each year.

 

What to Do: Drink it only in moderation. This means:

 

  • No more than two drinks a day for men
  • No more than one drink a day for women

 

One drink is defined as 12 ounces of regular beer, 5 ounces of wine, or 1.5 ounces of spirits (80-proof).

 

  1. You Feast on Processed Foods (and Drinks) Regularly

 

Processed foods are the epitome of what you shouldn’t be eating. They’re low in nutrients and high in preservatives, unhealthy fats, salt, sugar, and artificial additives.

 

Sugar alone, which is a primary source of calories in the U.S. diet mostly due to soda consumption, has been linked to numerous chronic diseases ranging from cancer and heart disease to high blood pressure and liver damage.

 

What to Do: Eat mostly whole foods like vegetables, fruit, meat, dairy products, nuts and seeds. Use these 10 tips to beat your sugar cravings.

 

  1. You Don’t Eat Your Vegetables

 

Twenty-three percent of U.S. adults say they eat vegetables less than once a day. Yet vegetables are overflowing with phytochemicals that prevent chronic diseases like heart disease, cancer, diabetes and stroke.

 

What to Do: Eat more vegetables! Aim for five to seven servings a day, or more … you can do this – even frozen vegetables count.

 

In fact, two independent studies revealed that when compared to their fresh counterparts:

 

  • Frozen broccoli had higher levels of vitamin C, lutein and beta-carotene (although it had lower levels of polyphenols)
  • Frozen carrots had three times more lutein and twice as much beta-carotene, as well as more vitamin C and polyphenols
  • Frozen sprouts had higher levels of all measured nutrients
  • Frozen blueberries, green beans, raspberries and pears also had higher levels of vitamin C and polyphenols

 

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  1. You Stay Up Really Late

 

Burning the midnight oil will backfire, as lack of sleep triggers an inflammatory response in your body and dampens your immune system, which is key for fighting diseases. Insufficient sleep has been linked to heart disease, diabetes, obesity and depression.

 

What to Do: Get to bed earlier to increase your sleeping time, and if you have trouble sleeping try pink noise … or valerian.

 

You can get pink noise in your bedroom by turning on a fan or purchasing a noisemaker that produces a steady stream of sound, either artificially produced or mimicking falling rain, surf on a beach or wind. You can also find pink noise CDs and downloads available for your computer or cell phone, which you can play at bedtime.

 

  1. You’re Overly Stressed

 

Stress is also linked to chronic diseases from cancer to heart disease, and may interfere with your body’s ability to regulate inflammation. This occurs because when you’re under chronic stress, your tissues become less sensitive to the spikes in cortisol, and inflammation is regulated, in part, by this hormone.

 

What to Do: Stress relief, stat!

 

  1. You Don’t Exercise

 

Exercise has been called the best preventive ‘drug’ there is for a reason. Even if you’ve never exercised before, starting now can alter the way your DNA works for the better.

 

Research shows that exercising can reduce the risk of the following conditions:

 

 

What to Do: Get moving starting today. Enlist a personal trainer, a buddy or your own inner ‘cheerleader’ and walk, jog, dance, garden, lift weights, kickbox, swim … do whatever activities you enjoy that work your body.

 

And quit making excuses … even busy people have time to exercise.

 

  1. You Have Chronic Pain

 

Underlying chronic pain is chronic inflammation, which increases proteins involved in nerve cell communication, which may actually “imprint” the painful response into your brain, causing it to mimic pain even after the initial source (such as an injury or surgery) has been resolved.

Again, if you have chronic pain you can be sure you also have chronic inflammation – the root cause of most chronic disease.

 

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One of the (many) factors that makes Heal-n-Soothe unique is that it provides your body with proteolytic enzymes, which are the #1 way to end the chronic inflammation that underlies most pain.

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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

Revealing Here the 12 Dirtiest Places to Take Note

 

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The Dirtiest Places at Home, Work and in Public

 

Your kitchen sink may be dirtier than your toilet seat

Okay, I’ve got a strong stomach. But these even grossed me out!

 

Yes, I knew not everything in this world was clean, but I was shocked at some of the dirtiest places on this list.

 

Putting together this list of the germiest or dirtiest places in everyday life has definitely changed my outlook, since this “dirty dozen” is a list of serious bacteria, parasite, and disease hot spots.

 

If you thought the toilet seat was nasty, get a load of these places … and then DON’T MISS the free report at the end!

 

  1. Your Kitchen Sink

 

Old dishes with rotting traces of decaying food particles, bacteria from poorly washed hands, and toxic chemicals from “cleaners” all add up to make the kitchen sink one of the nastiest places in your house. It may look shiny and clean, but at the microscopic level, scientists run scared from the sink.

 

  1. Door Handles

 

At home, at work, and anywhere in public, door handles are something you definitely don’t want to touch. Everybody puts a hand on them, adding layers of grime, bacteria, and parasites to their surfaces. Disease trackers say door handles are often responsible for flu and outbreaks, but note that anti-bacterial wipes usually can’t kill all the germs that build up on the handle.

 

  1. Gas Pumps

 

The humble gas pump is one of the dirtiest places in America — a study by the University of Arizona found that 71% of gas pump handles are “highly contaminated” with disease causing germs. Evidently, it’s not just the price at the pump that will kill you … yuck!

 

  1. Shopping Cart Handles

 

As long as we’re talking about handles, it turns out shopping cart handles are also one of the germiest places adults put their hands. No wonder higher end grocery stores offer disinfectant wipes for shoppers! They’re trying to help you protect against raw food parasites as well as every kind of human germ.

 

  1. Playgrounds

 

Concerned parents worry that playgrounds are dangerous — and they are, but not for the reasons most think. Let’s face it — kids are dirty little germ-magnets who pick their noses, wet their pants, and don’t think twice about sneezing all over their toys.

 

Traces of blood from skinned knees, old vomit from getting dizzy on the merry-go-round, and exploded diapers in the sandbox make roundworms, E. Coli, and salmonella some of the nicer things playgrounds harbor.

 

  1. ATMs

 

The buttons on the ATM are horribly polluted. They earn a spot as one of the dirtiest places in our lives because they are rarely (if ever) cleaned between users. Outdoor ATM keypads also pick up environmental toxins on top of the grime from thousands of PINs being entered every day.

 

  1. Hotel Television Remotes

 

Hotel television remotes aren’t changed daily like towels, so if one sick person stays in the room, their viruses linger. Researchers found that a single overnight stay by a volunteer with a cold virus was enough to keep remotes, door handles, and faucets filthy for weeks.

 

The worst part is most hotel guests reach straight for the remote as soon as they check in and never suspect they’ve just welcomed a set of invading germs to their bodies.

 

  1. Computer Keyboards

 

The sweat and oil from your fingers makes a nice home for germs, bacteria, and viruses. If you eat and type (guilty!) it adds bacteria from decaying food to the mix. Every additional person who uses the keyboard brings their own germs with them, making shared public keyboards like at your public library toxic disease zones.

 

  1. Shared Office Phones

 

Office phones are the worst offenders and germiest places in the office, although any communal office equipment (fax machine, photocopier, water faucet / bottled water handle) functions as a germ farm. Phones go above and beyond to get dirty, blending saliva, mucous, and hand germs to encourage bacteria to multiply quickly.

 

  1. Your Personal Cell Phone

 

Oh, you thought you’d just use your own phone to be safe? Think again — studies have shown personal cell phones are actually far dirtier than toilets. You might as well kiss a toilet seat —at least it gets scrubbed regularly!

 

  1. Handbags

 

Handbags and briefcases go with you everywhere, plopped casually on the floor whenever they’re unneeded. Along with what they pick up on their outsides from restaurant, store, and car floors, there’s your own personal germs festering away inside.

 

Old tissues, half-eaten snacks, dirty coins, and of course, your cell phone, all contribute to a portable disease factory that is cleaned just once or twice a year.

 

  1. Your Bathtub

 

Rounding out the “dirty dozen” is your bathtub. It’s not a place to get clean — quite the opposite. While 6% of garbage cans carry staphylococcus bacteria, it was found in 26% of bathtubs tested by scientists. In fact, bathtubs usually have upwards of 100,000 bacteria per square inch.

 

Not even a weekly bleach treatment and scrub can kill all the bacteria in your tub … nor do anti-bacterial wipes save you from the germs on door handles, keyboards, or hotel remotes.

 

Soap won’t make a dent on the parasites kids bring back from the playground, and you can’t wash your hands enough to protect yourself against your handbag.

 

There’s just one thing that will really, truly kill all the germs, parasites, and bacteria from the 12 germiest or dirtiest places in public, home, and work — and after getting so grossed out, I just had to share this special report to tell you exactly how it works.

 

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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

12 Simple Guidelines Here about Exercising While Sick

 

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If you’re feeling under the weather — stuffy nose, cough, fever, aches and pains — should you hit the gym or are you better of hitting the couch?

 

And what about if you’re struggling with a chronic or more serious illness — not just a simple cold?

 

A general rule of thumb to follow is this: listen to your body. If you’re exhausted and feel like a nap would serve you better than a work out, you should pay attention and slow down.

 

After all, fighting off an illness of any kind takes energy, which means you shouldn’t try to overdo it and may need to give your body a break.

 

That said, there are times when exercising while sick is perfectly fine, and even preferable. If you do exercise while sick, keep in mind that you should take it a little easier than normal and not push yourself too hard (and, of course, if you’ve got a contagious illness, skip sharing your germs at the gym and opt for solo exercise — like a brisk walk — instead).

 

Here we’ve outlined some simple guidelines to follow when deciding whether you should continue exercising while sick.

 

You CAN Exercise With These Illnesses …

 

Symptoms Above Your Neck: Generally, if this describes your symptoms, some exercise is fine. This includes:

 

 

  • Cancer: The advice to rest as much as possible during cancer treatment is outdated. The most recent advice states that cancer patients should get 2.5 hours of moderate-intensity activity a week, which can offer benefits such as reduced fatigue, stress and anxiety, and benefits to your bones, heart, muscle strength, sleep, appetite, range of movement and more. There’s also evidence that cancer patients who exercise recover better and reduce their risk of certain cancers coming back.
  • Joint Pain and Back Pain: Exercising is beneficial for joint and back pain relief, and can help strengthen supportive muscles and restore flexibility.

 

  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS): If you struggle with IBS symptoms like cramps, bloating, diarrhea, or constipation, there is evidence that regular exercise can help to relieve them.

 

  • Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD): Regular exercise, especially aerobic exercise, can help improve your circulation so you’re better able to use oxygen, lessen COPD symptoms, increase your energy levels and endurance, strengthen your heart and more.

 

7 Symptoms You Should NOT Exercise With …

 

There are times when you’re better off skipping your workout entirely, and this includes:

 

Symptoms Below Your Neck: As a general rule, if you have body-wide symptoms that may signal a more severe flu or viral infection, rest is probably your best option. This includes symptoms such as:

 

  1. Fever (exercise will raise your body temperature even higher)
  2. Coughing
  3. Fatigue
  4. Widespread body and muscle aches
  5. Chest congestion
  6. Upset stomach and/or stomach cramps
  7. Vomiting

 

Exercising with these symptoms is not a good idea, as there’s evidence that over-exertion may make these symptoms worse and cause you to be sick, longer. There are also reports that heavy exertion when you have a fever can cause viruses to spread and lead to long-lasting symptoms such as fatigue, joint pain, and reduced athletic performance.

 

Watch this Video HEREExercising While Sick! Yes Or No?

 

Click HERE to read – The 11 Best Healthy Habits for a Longer, Happier Life

 

What Can You do to Help Avoid Getting Sick?

 

With cold and flu season upon us, now is an essential time optimize your immune system to avoid illnesses that threaten to sideline your workouts and your daily routine. You’re probably well aware of the importance of eating well, exercising and getting proper sleep to boost your immune function, but do you also know the importance of proteolytic enzymes?

 

Proteolytic enzymes are produced naturally by your pancreas and are used by your body to “eat up” scar tissue, cleanse toxins from your blood, fight viruses and improve your immune system, so you’re likely to get sick less often. Unfortunately, your body stops producing optimal amounts of proteolytic enzymes sometime in your late 20s, which is why taking a proteolytic enzyme supplement is a very smart move, especially if you’re in your 40s and beyond.

 

Heal-n-Soothe is our top-recommended solution, providing you pure and powerful proteolytic enzymes … along with the 11 OTHER most powerful and natural anti-inflammatories to give your health a boost.

 

Click HERE To Find Out What You Can Do to Avoid Getting Sick

 

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