For those people unfamiliar with brain gym exercises, these techniques replicate early childhood’s learning and coordination, based on the brain’s interaction with the eyes, ears, hands and body. The exercises use body movements to enhance concentration, focus, memory, academic ability and organizational skills, besides physical coordination. Practicing these movements is a step towards enhancing your learning capabilities.
In the United States, blood clots are the third most common way for people to die. With more than 650,000 people dying annually, it is important that you know the symptoms of a blood clot and seek out medical attention should you experience them. But how does a person end up with a blood clot? While there is a condition, hypercoagulability, that can cause the blood to clot, it is extremely rare.
Instead, most people end up with clots that stem from traumatic injury or damage to the blood vessel. Of course, other concerns like cardiovascular conditions, pregnancy and even low physical activity can also lead to these clots. It is important that you do check with your physician to determine if you are at risk for blood clots.
A parasite is essentially any organism that can live in a host, or on its body and sustain its nutrition from the host. While people can physically see parasites like lice, others are going to be hidden internally and you will need to know what some of the parasite symptoms are to find them. From tapeworms to giardia, these symptoms should be your first hint that something may be wrong.
Your very first question will probably be, “what in the world is Spirulina!” By definition Spirulina is a microalgae found in various waterways around the world. It is thought that spirulina was a main food source for ancient Aztecs. Today it is a very popular herbal supplement available in pill or powder forms. This brings us to the second question of the day, “why would you want to take it!” Here we will examine a few benefits of this popular supplement.
Is there a more dreaded word in the English language than exercise? Okay, maybe taxes and diet are at the top of that list as well, but you get the idea. Most people dread exercising, even though they know it is an important part of living healthy. Why do so many people dread working out? There are several reasons actually, and water aerobic exercises can address the majority.
Most people have a silent disconnect between the brain and body when it comes to eating. The brain looks at food as a source of satisfying flavor, but the body could care less about flavor. Your muscles need protein to build themselves up stronger and every organ of your body needs carbohydrates to create energy so they can continue functioning. Yet, we don’t think about these things when we decide what to eat anymore. We only think about the flavor until health problems force us to think about more.