The human back. That complex arrangement of overlapping muscles, tendons, and ligaments all surrounding an adjoined column of bones encasing a half-meter-long bundle of delicate nerves that serves as the essential link between the brain and the rest of the body. Add to this the constant twisting, bending, and other stresses wreaked on this crucial structure, and it is no surprise why back pain is one of the most common medical problems plaguing adults, with over 80% having experienced it at least once in their life…with many enduring it on a chronic basis. Fortunately, there are things you can do to reduce lower back pain and to prevent it from reoccurring in the future. This article will focus on one of the most effective ways—physical conditioning of the back—by guiding you through nine easy, low-impact exercises that will improve its strength and flexibility.
Cholesterol. It’s something that you’ve probably have had checked at least once in your life as part of routine blood work. You may also have heard your doctor mention your “LDL and HDL” levels and how it is important to have healthy levels of both. But do you know why? In this article, I will go over what you need to know about cholesterol and provide essential tips on how you can lower your “bad cholesterol” while improving your “good cholesterol”… safely and naturally.
Do you ever get headaches? Do you sometimes hesitate to pop a pill or find yourself without pain medications? I do. Therefore, I would like to share with you a technique that I find personally helpful for head and neck discomfort that you too can easily do anytime, anywhere. This techniques uses the activation of pressure points to relieve your headache symptoms and can provide instant relief.