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Bump Up the Health and Beauty Powers of Your Bath

In our fast-paced culture, it’s only natural that just 10 percent of Americans prefer a bath to a quicker, more efficient shower. But it may be worth it to regularly soak in your tub. In the past, doctors prescribed baths for various ailments, and modern research suggests these doctors were on to something.Not only are baths the ultimate stress busters, but they also offer a number of surprising health benefits. Keep reading to learn about the superpowers of soaking in your tub, and discover … [Read More...]

How to Deal with Hard Water Hair

If you’ve noticed a sudden change in your hair but are still loyal to your go-to products, it could be time to take a look at your water. Water hardness differs from state to state and may be to blame. Read on to learn what hard water is, how it affects hair, and how to get your hair back to its roots. What Is Hard Water? Water that contains a large amount of minerals, especially calcium and magnesium, is called hard water. It forms as water passes through limestone and chalk. While hard water … [Read More...]

What Is Mind-Muscle Connection?

How connected are you during your workouts? Life is full of distractions which can get in the way of a solid workout whether you exercise at home or in the gym. TVs, phones, and mental distractions such as work or family stress can leave you with lackluster results in the gym.Cue the mind-muscle connection. Getting rid of distractions allows you to tap into your true strength potential and build quality muscle. Let’s dig into what it means to connect your mind and muscles, plus the best … [Read More...]

Is it Okay to Drink Bubbly Beverages Every Day?

It seems that everywhere we turn, we’re encouraged to drink more water. That makes sense since adults in America are, on average, chronically dehydrated. So, it comes as little surprise that more and more options for more palatable drinks have bubbled up all over.There are sparkling waters, seltzers and tonic waters, for starters. And then there are soft drinks (both regular and diet), beer, champagne and other sparkling wines. But when it comes to your health how do these bubbly beverages … [Read More...]

Tips and Updates You Should Know This Flu Season

Whether you get the flu shot or not, influenza (commonly called the flu), is all but guaranteed to affect you or someone you know. Flu season in the U.S. generally occurs between October and April. While the exact timing changes—and will depend on how active the virus is in your area—flu season affects a lot of people: 5 to 20 percent of the U.S. population gets the flu each year.Flu symptoms do not change much from year to year, although the strain of the influenza virus that causes the … [Read More...]