In a Greatist.com article from 2013, they explain that, “In some cases, exercise can be just as effective as antidepressant pills in treating depression.” They go on to say that, on top of that, exercise can help those who are recovering from addictions, whether it be an addiction to food, sex, alcohol, drugs, etc.
How to Exercise at Home There can be no denying that keeping fit is one of the most coveted aspects in today’s world. This is especially the case given the increase in the number of lifestyle diseases. However, not every person can have a schedule that accommodates going to the gym. In order to accommodate… Read More »
Studies have proven that sugary drinks, such as soda, increase the risk for heart disease. A recent report by the University of California at Davis found that the faulty ingredient was not sugar, however, but the high fructose corn syrup added to the drinks. While fructose is not pure cane sugar, it is a type of sugar, which is important in understanding the link between sugar and heart disease.
How to Get Kids Up off the Couch and Moving Kids are spending more and more playing video games and watch television while sitting on the couch. Neither of these activities offer enough physical activity to meet even the most minimal standards out there. Trying to get kids to stop playing video games and initiate… Read More »