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If you've just been running up and down the stairs or moving heavy furniture, you've got nothing to worry about. But if you've experienced a pounding heart for no apparent reason, not only is it scary, but its causes are something you need to look into. Understanding what causes heart palpitations is a first step in preventing this scary condition.
Protecting the health of your brain is essential as you age. Unfortunately, getting older often means losing your memory and suffering from declining cognitive function. Right now, there is very little that medical professionals can do to reverse these issues associated with old age. But new research about cat's claw and the brain may one day be able to change that.
With desk jobs and office work on the rise, stress caused by a lack of activity is also on the rise. It can seem nearly impossible to move around and burn those extra calories while working at an office job and this can make it difficult for many individuals to stay healthy. But here's the thing, there are actually many office exercises that can be performed at your desk. These exercises not only help make you more healthy, but can also help you deal with stress.
You probably don't typically think about the size of your organs, but recent studies show that liver size may not work the way we thought it did. Studies suggest its size can change through the day based on your circadian rhythm, your food intake, and other factors. And if it doesn't do this, it could indicate health problems.
Hashimoto's thyroiditis is an autoimmune condition where your immune system attacks your thyroid. When attacked, it becomes inflamed and gradually deteriorates, which decreases its ability to produce enough thyroid hormones. It is the most common cause of hypothyroidism, with around 10 million people affected in the US alone. It affects women between 10 and 20 times more than men, and it usually appears between the ages of 30 and 50, though it can also affect children.
An uncovered sneeze on a crowded subway train can be a cause for concern. Nearby passengers are at risk for exposure to germs, possibly inhaling pathogens. This begins the process of bacteria multiplying in the body. While your first reaction might be to move far away from the culprit, chances are there are many more infectious individuals on that same train car already teeming with malicious pathogens.
If you have a pet, you already intuitively know the value they bring to your life. From companionship to protection, to fun, to caring, your pet gives you so much to appreciate. But if you find yourself in the hospital or confined by a chronic illness or disability, pets could also help you heal. Pet therapy is not only real, it really works too.
While it may be argued that stress has become unavoidable, there are ways to help your body address it better. After all, if you don’t do anything to fight off stress, it can harm both your body and mind. Even worse, stress can also drastically alter your quality of life. One of the best ways to keep this from happening is by drinking tea on a regular basis. This helps you avoid compromising your body’s functions in times of stress and suffering from adrenal fatigue.