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Your health does not always apply to what you eat or how much you workout in a week. It also applies to your sex life as well. Everyday men and women enter into relationships looking for happiness, love, respect, care and support. But what about good and healthy sex? Which means having those sometimes awkward conversations with your partner that help you know each other more intimately. Not sure where to start? Here are some starting points for discussions you can have with your partner. These can make sure you are both comfortable, safe and both enjoy yourselves when having sex.
Our brain changes with age and so does our mental function! It is important to keep a healthy brain which will lower the risks of poor mental functioning and memory loss. So what can you do to keep a healthy brain?
We all try to keep things consistent when following a healthy lifestyle. Truth is it can be very costly to maintain. So what does one do, to keep healthy and still have a little cash left? In his week’s article I will be looking at how to eat healthy on a budget. Whilst it may seem that healthy eating is expensive, it really doesn’t have to be. Here are few ideas on keeping healthy on a budget.
A lot goes into being healthy. You need to keep active be it in sports or exercising, getting enough rest and sleep. Whist food is an essential part of living a healthy lifestyle, other factors matter too. Which is why its important to always do the following…
We all want to live a healthy and long life and we sometimes find it difficult to find out what it is we should be eating and not eating. Firstly, I’d like to clarify that a “Healthy diet” does not mean losing weight or starving yourself. It means that you balance what you eat on a daily basis and enjoy life while you are at it. In fact we shouldn’t even use the word ‘diet’ because it puts a lot of pressure on us. Pressure that makes us not enjoy the food we eat. Rather we say a healthy lifestyle which means that we monitor the portions and types of foods we eat.