Exercising is a hot topic these days. As much of America succumbs to the creeping disease of obesity, people are doing everything in their power to promote healthy living, which includes a regular dose of exercise and activity. But how much is the right amount?
One of the biggest changes to be made for disabled people, alongside vehicular changes, is adapting a home for disability. Depending on the type of disability that you have, there are many adjustments that you can make to ensure that you’re as comfortable and independent as possible at home.
Millions of people across America suffer from it – but many of us don’t know the best ways to lower high blood pressure. Though there are some medications on the market designed to try help bring those all important numbers down, people naturally don’t want to be pumping themselves full of drugs if lifestyle changes can do the job instead.
For the most part, those who are paralyzed are active and happy, living to the best of their ability. They have jobs, families, homes, and even cars that they’re driving after paralysis. So how is this possible?
Though particularly prevalent around the new year each year, health fad diets seem to be omnipotent. Everywhere you look there's a new cleanse or detox plan that promises to give you the body of your dreams – just like the last one did. But here are four health fads you should really avoid.