Healthy Lifestyle


"In health there is freedom. Health is the first of all liberties. "

 
Henri-Frederic Amiel



How to put a condom

Place the condoms when your penis is erect (hard), but BEFORE you touch your partner's mouth or genital area (vulva, vagina, anus, buttocks and thighs), and use it as long as you have sex. This helps protect it from STDs that are transmitted through skin-to-skin contact. It also avoids contact with pre-ejaculate (pre-cum), which can have STD germs and can rarely contain sperm that can cause pregnancy.

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Understanding The Benefits of Microbiota

 Whenever the term "microbes" is mentioned, most people start to think of infectious illnesses. However, not all bacteria are harmful. There are millions of microbes that reside in the human body, and some of them have distinctive benefits.

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3 Ways That Stress from Your Work is Affecting Your Home Life

The average full-time worker in the US spends 40 hours at work – that’s a lot of time, and that’s just the office hours! So, it’s no surprise that work is going to have an effect on you, and ultimately your home life. However, many people don’t realize the extent to which work stress does have an impact – and with rising numbers of people spending time doing extra work outside of their paid hours, as well as the increasingly fast-paced and stressful environment that most of us work in, this impact is getting larger and larger. If you want to know just how much work is impacting your home life, as well as how to solve these issues, read on to find out.

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Benefits of Honey for Health

Esteemed as top wellbeing nourishment over the globe, Honey is an awesome creation. Nectar is among the most well known and broadly utilized sugar with colossal medical advantages. It is utilized by a few societies around the globe filling in as a base for some conventional medications, particularly in Ayurveda.

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How to prevent heart disease

 Although heart diseases are considered as one of the causes of death, they are not inevitable. Certain risk factors cannot be changed, such as history, family, age or sex, but many ways can prevent heart diseases. You need to understand that some lifestyle changes can help boost the health of your heart. Most of the cardiologists will emphasize their patients to live a healthy lifestyle in order to prevent the risk of heart diseases. According to Dr Vanita Arora, head of Cardiac Electrophysiology Lab, Arrhythmia Services at Max Hospital, males in India are prone to coronary artery diseases and the incidence is higher than the rest of the world, but now even females are exposed to higher risk of coronary artery disease. 

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How to Fight High Blood Pressure

 High blood pressure is a severe health condition that puts you at risk of a heart attack or stroke. Unfortunately, hypertension does not typically present any immediate symptoms. Therefore, if you do not get regular blood pressure check-ups, you may not notice this condition until it is too late. The disease is known as a silent killer, but if it is diagnosed early, it is treatable, and you can lead a long healthy life. When you have hypertension, you need to make some lifestyle changes and take anymedicationrecommended by your doctor. Here are a few tips to help you fight high blood pressure:

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5 Ways to Improve Your Immune System

 With your busy life, the last thing you need is to get sick. The best way to prevent sickness from derailing your life is to avoid getting sick in the first place. If you have concerns about the current state of your immune system, here are a few things you can do to avoid getting sick.

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