When summer is over, people are just really looking for some exercise. The best way to have fun and get in shape safely, is to take a dive in the public swimming pool. However, even if you go to a private club’s swimming pool, it could be possible that the water is treated with chlorine in order to kill the bacteria that are at times present in the water.
Furthermore, the amount of chlorine in the water is greatly increased to match the amount of people that are expected to bathe in such waters. That’s why in places like public swimming pools, water parks and even hot tubs, chlorine is actively used to eliminate bacteria that might start growing there. On the other hand, even though it is an effective disinfectant, chlorine in the water may irritate the skin of anyone who comes in contact with it.
Athletes and runners involved in various types of sports often suffer from a condition called paresthesias. Athletes suffering from this condition feel a peculiar burning and tingling sensation in their feet. Apart from athletes, people can face this problem by walking, standing for long time periods and even sitting. Nature and severity of the condition depends upon many reason including general fatigue, blood circulation issues or damage caused to nerves. Burning feet may be acute when the condition remains for a short period of time and can be easily treated, or it may be chronic when it stays for a longer period of time.
If you are the proud mother of a newborn baby, and are wondering how your diet effects the baby’s nourishment, you’ve come to the right place. Mothers who are breastfeeding should take better care of their diet, because their diet has an indirect effect on their child’s nourishment. What you eat and drink contributes towards the composition of your breast milk, and your child’s health is therefore indirectly affected by your diet.
In some cases, the child may even cry or refuse to feed if the composition of your breast milk disagrees with them, and in other cases, the child may get diarrhea, constipation or rashes. While everyone knows that drinking, smoking, and certain medication must be avoided while breastfeeding, there are many seemingly harmless parts of your diet that may disagree with your baby.
Cardio exercises, such as the treadmill, stationary bike, StairMaster, elliptical machine, and spinning classes are a common part most people’s workout routines. People who want to lose weight and/or enhance their endurance usually focus on cardiovascular exercises.
In this article, we shall discuss six common cardio mistakes that people make regularly, so that you can avoid them and get the most out of your workout sessions.
Most people do not concern themselves with hydration. Until and unless you are an athlete or a body builder, you do not have to worry about such things, right? Wrong!
Staying hydrated improves your metabolism, keeps you coordinated, and helps your faculties perform at optimum level. When you are dehydrated, your brain activity is significantly decreased, you get tired easily, and your metabolism does not perform as well as it should. As a result, your body has trouble digesting food, accumulates fats, and you have trouble losing weight.
Kale is a leafy green and is part of the cruciferous vegetable family which includes broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, collards, and Brussels sprouts. Kale is an outstanding source of many nutrients, most notably vitamins A, C, and K. Due to its supreme vitamin K content, kale has also shown great ability as a natural anti-inflammatory source. Along with these vitamins, kale is also an excellent source of calcium, iron, copper, tryptophan, and B vitamin complex amongst others. Being rich in these key nutrients, kale helps strengthen your bones while enhancing the overall health of your skin. One of the most impressive features of kale is its relatively high protein and fiber content despite containing only 36 calories in a one cup serving.
Hitting the road is not always that simple. Even if you are determined to start a program, once you begin you get frustrated, feeling uncomfortable or unable to complete it. Being sceptical about whether you can make it or not, totally makes sense. This is why I am going to share with you several ideas which will help you go out with confidence, and give you a 6-week program which will help your body adjust into running without any trouble.
Specialists recommend you took a general medical check-up, prior starting an exercise program, in order to test your heart condition. If you are under 50 years old, you probably do not belong to the high risks group, but don’t rely solely on that fact. If you are obese or there is a severe medical history in your family concerning high pressure, cholesterol or heart related problems, if you suffer from asthma, epilepsy, diabetes, or you have recently undergone surgery, pay a visit to your doctor first.
By now, we know that smoking is an absolute health hazard. Everything from pre-mature aging to serious fatal conditions, such as lung cancer, can be a direct pathway for smokers who cannot seem to kick the habit. Quitting is no easy feat for sure, but it well worth all of the hard work and your life literally depends on it. While there are various programs and plans to help you do so (e.g. the patch, nicotine gums, etc.), there may be another lifestyle change that you can make in order to assist your quitting efforts. Believe it or not, exercising may have an unexpected health benefit of being a crutch while you are on your journey to quitting.
As we age, there are many health concerns that we need to make sure to tend to. What may be overlooked (no pun intended) is the health of our eyesight. Often, people do not worry about their eyesight until there is already a problem. Aside from physical injury, there are a number of other factors that can contribute to the deterioration of your eyesight, including environmental ones like wind and air pollution. Having an ophthalmologist tell you that you need glasses should not be the primary point of tending to your eye health. Rather, you should take preventive steps to prolong healthy eyesight.
For those of you who seem to constantly tend to your diets and are on a mission to lose weight, you know the benefits of a speedy and efficient metabolism. There are various health benefits to drinking water as we have mentioned in multiple previous article. Everything, from our skin to our internal organs, is highly dependent on adequate water consumption. Here, we will learn an additional benefit of drinking water, which is the impact that it can have on our metabolism. Our metabolic health can help us achieve weight loss goals and improve the function of how our body processes and repairs itself.
For those who are dedicated to getting fit and squeezing in a daily workout no matter what, home workouts are a great way to do this. You don’t always need advanced gym equipment in order to get an effective workout. DVDs and portable equipment have made this possible. If this is your preferred workout method of choice, however, you should definitely consider some of the common mistakes so that you can avoid making them and stay safe throughout your workouts.
1)Not pushing yourself hard enough: When you are at home by yourself and have no one there to motivate you or keep you on your toes, it is easy to slack off in both cardio and weight training exercises. It is easy to turn your “high knees” into half knees and if you only have a pair of 5-pound weights at home, you will not be able to advance and push yourself to the next level when the time comes. In order to avoid this mistake, try doing workouts that offer moderate and more advanced levels so that you can train at the proper level. Also, alter your workouts often, so that once you do get used to one method, you can up the reps or do whatever you need to increase the intensity.