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6 Surprising Benefits Of Meditation (And How To Fit It Into Your Hectic Schedule)

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Getting regular exercise is something many of us struggle with. So adding meditation into our already hectic schedule can seem impossible. Additionally, if you don’t see the benefits of doing meditation, you may wonder why it’s worth the hassle.

Many people know about meditation as a form of stress management, and it’s easy to see why. Countless studies have proven that meditation reduces your body’s production of the stress hormone cortisol. 

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Water Fasting: The Benefits and Risks

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Fasting is a familiar part of many cultures and has been for millennia. Due to the benefits both to your health and your mindset, the popularity of occasional fasts has remained consistent over time. We’ve even invented new fasting trends, like The Lemon Detox Fast.

But a new fast has hit the health industry by storm: water fasting. Celebrities and social media influencers tote the benefits on a regular basis, considering it to be a quick and easy way to lose weight fast.


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Heart Rate Variability: What It Is & What It Can Tell You About Your Health

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It’s no secret that your heart is a key indicator of your overall health. If it’s healthy and strong, you know you’re doing something right. If you have a heart rate that is too fast or too slow, you know it’s time to make a change.

But the importance of your heartbeats goes beyond the speed and number of beats per minute. Your heart rate variability can also tell you how healthy you really are—and whether you may have underlying conditions that haven’t been discovered yet.


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How Peptides Can Promote Bone Health

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Your skeletal system provides the support and structure you need to facilitate movement. Together, your bones protect your internal organs, produce blood cells, and store and release minerals and fat. Essentially, without a fully functioning skeletal system, you would be a mass of skin and organs unable to move or protect yourself from harm. 


Many of us take our bones for granted. Unfortunately, as you age, your skeletal system will start to break down. As you get older, you’ll lose bone mass and/or density. The vital minerals and calcium will deplete, leaving your bones thinner and more brittle.

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Health Benefits Of A Social Media Cleanse

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In today’s digital age, sharing is an integral part of life. No one goes on vacation, makes a career change, has a baby, or even eats an amazing meal without sharing it on some form of social media.

It's easier than ever to connect today. Perhaps that's why Facebook has approximately 2 billion users. As more and more people scroll through social feeds, however, researchers have begun to question the actual benefits of social media.

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What Your Genes Can And Can’t Tell You About Your Health

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During recent years, genetic testing has become a popular option for anyone interested in learning more about who they are. You can learn everything from your ancestral history to whether looking at the sun makes you sneeze.

But an added benefit of genetic testing goes beyond learning about your ancestors or quirks. Genetic testing also has the potential to improve your overall health, helping men and women catch health conditions earlier on before they become serious problems. 

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6 Proven, Science-Backed Habits That Help You Live Longer

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Death is something most of us don’t want to think about. In fact, we would prefer to do anything else. But as we get older, the risk of chronic diseases, injuries, and other health problems increases. 

We want to live a full, engaging life as long as possible. We shouldn’t have to slow down just because we’re older than we used to be.

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The Future Of Smartwatches: Wearable Sensors Use Ambient Light To Monitor Your Health

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Wearable technology (such as the Apple Watch and the FitBit) is exploding in popularity. In fact, the wearable device market is expected to soar past $67 billion in value by 2024. If you don’t have a smartwatch yourself, chances are you know someone who does. 

There are limitless practical applications for these devices, but the medical field, in particular, has already gained quite a bit of benefit from the technology. 

Wearable biosensors are already one of the most useful tools in a clinical setting because of their ability to measure patient vital signs (particularly cardiovascular health), and the potential to monitor a patient’s biological signs in real-time outside of a medical office is invaluable.


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Peptides As A Weight-Loss Treatment: Everything You Need to Know

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There has long been a need for new, innovative weight loss solutions. Sources estimate that 39 percent of adults worldwide are overweight and 13 percent of adults are obese.

If you struggle to maintain your weight, you know how frustrating it can be. Extra weight not only affects your self-confidence, but it can lead to joint pain and increase your risk for chronic illnesses. Unfortunately, following a regular exercise and diet regimen can be a challenge, and many current medications have troubling side effects. 

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A Quick Guide To Peptides [Free Infographic]

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For years, the only treatment options for frustrating signs of aging like weight gain, decreased sexual enjoyment, and bone brittleness have been over-the-counter pills and a healthy lifestyle. 

While exercise and a healthy diet can certainly improve these frustrating issues, for many, they don’t provide significant relief. You’re left exhausted and irritated, unable to live life the way you used to. 

Now, there’s a new option available, one that is revolutionizing the field of anti-aging medicine: peptides.

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