Mindfulness

Apply 8 Fabulous Ways to Strengthen Weak Legs


Helping with aching leg pain
Helping with aching leg pain

WHAT ARE WEAK LEGS?

In normal terms, leg weakness is reduction of the strength of the legs. It can be considered as the first sign of paralysis which are the results of pressure of nerves in the lower back area. Leg weakness can come with fierce pain and sometimes loss of touch as well. Those symptoms should be checked carefully since poor lower back condition can be the good environment for leg weakness to develop.

However, leg weakness can be easily mistaken with tiredness and exhaustion after a long hard – working day. In fact, leg weakness occurs when your legs are not able to perform ordinary movements whereas tiredness and exhaustion will fade away once you get enough rest. Besides, it is easy to mistake leg weakness with arthritis or muscles cramps as those latter will prevent your legs from ordinary movements as well because of pain. Weak legs will significantly influence the walking ability thus, it is recommended to take a look at several home remedies below.

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15 Tips to Stay Motivated for Better Health, Better You for 2017


2017 Health Tips
2017 Health Tips

Whether you are trying to stay committed to your New Year resolutions, or just stay on track in your health and fitness routine, anyone will tell you that there are highs and lows. Staying motivated is not always an easy task. No matter what you end goal is—to kick a bad habit, lose some stubborn pounds, or gain muscle mass—some days are going to be easier than others.

Let’s take me as an example. Getting up at 5:30 a.m. on Monday mornings after a busy weekend takes a special push to get my tennis shoes on and me out the door. Even more challenging for me is working out in the evening after a long day at work (hence my morning routine). Maybe your challenge is keeping your fitness routine up throughout the entire week, or perhaps not skipping it for some weekend fun.

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Understand Your Emotional Eating and Stop For Good


Why Emotional Eating
Why Emotional Eating

Stressors are not uncommon in today’s culture—long work hours, difficult co-workers, or relationship struggles, among so many others. Does a tub of ice cream or a bag of chips call your name when you are overcome with anxiety or stress? If this sounds like your life, you may very well be an emotional eater and, if you are, you are all too familiar with the cycle.

Emotional eating is more than just a “binge” on your favorite foods. Emotional eating is when we eat in response to some type of emotional trigger, such as stress, boredom or sadness. This response of eating is an attempt to feel better (manage) the emotions with food. Emotional eating is often thought of as a way to cope with negative feelings, but it is actually inclusive of all emotions, negative and positive.  

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