Keep a Water Bottle with You An easy way to stay hydrated is to always keep a water bottle with you. This is a neat way to trick your mind into drinking more water throughout the day. It also helps keep your skin clear. Eat Water Rich Foods Vegetables, fruits, and yogurts are rich in water, which helps keep you hydrated. You will notice that … Continue reading 3 Ways to Stay Hydrated
Yoga, one of the most popular forms of relaxing exercises. Now that you have braved a few classes and feel more confident on your mat, why not try out some new varieties that can change things up a bit for your yoga routine? Buti Yoga If you love to turn up the volume and dance those calories out, then Buti yoga is the one for … Continue reading Trending Yoga Styles
If you are wanting to start getting healthy and need a way of exercising that is both simple and painless, try looking into pool exercises. To perform these work outs, you will first need a pool. If you do not have one then visit one of two of The Pool Store’s locations in Valdosta and Thomasville for all of your pool needs. Exercises done in … Continue reading The Pool Store: A Guide to Water Aerobics
We’ve all heard the term “superfood,” but what exactly makes certain foods so much better for you than others? While there is no medical definition as to what classifies a superfood, they’re typically foods that offer a range of health benefits beyond simple caloric value. Superfoods often supply some combination of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants in conjunction with fiber, protein, and fatty acids that your … Continue reading 10 Superfoods That Pack a Nutritional Punch
Shingles, also known as herpes zoster, is a painful skin rash that is a reactivated effect of having the chickenpox virus sometime during a person’s lifetime. The reason it is called a ‘reactivated’ virus is that the chickenpox doesn’t actually leave your system. After the chickenpox fade away, the virus still stays in the nerve roots, where it becomes dormant. This means that the virus … Continue reading What Are Your Chances of Getting Shingles?