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Energy & Immunity

It’s essential to improve your energy and immunity. According to health experts, food choices, sleep habits, stress, emotions, and other lifestyle conditions can affect your energy levels throughout the day.
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Health & Balance

How to Achieve Pain Relief the Natural Way

Rather than putting up with physical pain for another day, here are some natural ways to manage and achieve pain relief.

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Health & Balance

5 Acupressure Points to Stop a Runny Nose

Running out of tissues and patience because of that runny nose? Try these acupressure points to stop the downpour.

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Avoid These 5 Foods That Cause Inflammation

Chronic inflammation is a long-term and persistent condition. Find out what foods cause inflammation to help keep your health in check.

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Eating well is vital to boost your immunity and lower your risk of chronic diseases. You can start by being conscious about your food choices. Although most foods can supply your body with energy, foods high in fats and sugars can make you feel sluggish. Additionally, a lack of iron intake can also cause you to feel faint and weak, easily irritable, and unable to concentrate. To alleviate these issues, ensure that you eat a well-balanced diet of lean protein, healthy fat, and whole grains.
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The Dangers of Eating Salty Food

Regular consumption of salty food may put you at risk of hypertension, heart disease or failure, or a stroke. It can also lead to osteoporosis onset. Here’s how to watch your salt intake.

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Got Cold Hands and Feet? Here Are 5 Reasons Why

It’s hot, yet you have cold hands and feet. It’s an unusual condition with various causes. Should you be concerned? Find the answer here.

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Remember to establish healthy routines in your daily life. Exercise and take time off for rest and recreation. It’s also important to sleep well as it is the key to reducing the risk of having diseases such as obesity and high blood pressure.

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