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Does Having Sugary Food Cause Diabetes?

Diabetes Mellitus, often referred to as diabetes, is a life-long condition in which a person suffers from high blood glucose levels either because the body does not produce adequate insulin or because the body’s cells are not able to respond properly to insulin or in some cases even both. Insulin is released by the pancreas and plays a major role in helping your body store and utilize the sugar and fat from the food you eat. But do you think eating too much sugar can cause diabetes? The American Diabetes Association…

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Try Having a Purpose in Life, It Might Help You Get a Good Sleep! We Suggest Some Foods that May Help too!

Facing troubles getting a good night sleep? A purpose in life may help turn those sleepless nights into the best napping experience. A new study based on older adults, suggests that having a purpose in life could be a drug-free strategy to get a sound sleep. The research shows that having your goals set results in fewer sleep disturbances and improved sleep quality. The study carried out by Northwestern Medicine and Rush University Medical Center on older adults reported that a person is likely to sleep better, with less sleep…

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Having Vitamin B Supplements May Reduce Schizophrenia Symptoms

Vitamins are essential for various functions in our body. It is not without reason that doctors advise us to eat more fruits and vegetables, and even take vitamin supplements to meet the daily requirement. The hectic lives that we live, most often we tend to ignore the importance of a balanced and nutritious diet. As such our intake of vitamins and minerals hit a low, which then can cause various ailments. We need to keep reminding ourselves that these nutritional components are responsible for boosting your immunity, regulating your blood…

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Having Sleepless Nights? You May Be at Risk of Asthma

Don’t be all wish for a good night’s sleep to take away the tiredness? We wish it even while working, commuting, being stuck on deadlines, etc. Good sleep doesn’t come easy for all. In this competitive world, stress is everywhere; right from home, to the office and even on weekends. Continuous stress and mental burden from work and society leads to poor sleeping habits, often referred to as Insomnia. If you are an insomniac, having poor sleep quality or facing difficulties in maintaining good sleep, we suggest you take some…

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12 potential reasons you’re having heart palpitations

 (champja) If you’ve ever experienced a heart palpitation, you know that the feeling of having a fast, fluttering, or pounding heart is scary, to say the least. But despite the freakiness, experts say heart palpitations happen pretty often—and they’re usually not dangerous or a sign of your impending doom. “They’re very common,” Malissa Wood, M.D., co-director of the Corrigan Women’s Heart Health Program at Massachusetts General Hospital, tells SELF. “Most people will have palpitations at some point in their lives, even if [the palpitations] are short-lived.” Nicole Weinberg, M.D., a…

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Having an Off Day at the Gym? Listen to Your Body and Lay Off

You’re at the gym for a weightlifting session. But something feels off. You’re not a beginner and want to get your workout in for the day, but your body isn’t responding positively to the movement. Or you’re an experienced runner, and your body can’t keep up with the pace at which you started while on a training run. You want to achieve a high level of exertion and are unsure how fast or slow you should go. How do you make sense of what your body is telling you? Autoregulation…

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