Wednesday, June 26, 2019

Physical Health

Healthy Holiday Tips for Seniors

While many seniors enjoy a more active lifestyle than their own grandchildren, there are certain things that should be remembered in order to stay healthy this holiday season. Planning ahead can make the holidays that much more special for all involved. The truth is while the following advice is directed towards seniors; the information is good...

Tips for Lowering Blood Pressure

Otherwise known as hypertension, high blood pressure is a reading above 140/190 mmHg. People who have this are at increased risk of heart disease and stroke. In order to lower their levels, there are a range of lifestyle choices people can make to help reduce blood pressure. Relax Stress is a common factor in many conditions...

The HCG Diet: A Handy Primer for Beginners

Following the HCG diet is very easy and simple. All you need is the HCG hormone and a low-cal diet and you’re good to go. With information on HCG diet abound, it can sometimes get confusing to pinpoint the exact protocol you need to tread when it comes to starting and maintaining an HCG...

Keeping Staff Safe: The Importance of Manual Handling Training Businesses

The topic of Manual Handling Training is something that should be taken seriously and will bring a lot of different results to a person that is looking to understand the dynamics that go into the lifting of boxes and everyday items. Often times, a business will not realize that they are putting an employee...

How to Detect a Zinc Deficiency

Zinc is a vital nutrient that is important for healthy functioning of the human body. Zinc deficiency is often caused by inadequate supply of zinc in the diet, or the malabsorption of zinc nutrients by the body. The condition is mostly prevalent in pregnant and breastfeeding women, the elderly, and young children. Zinc plays...