Obesity and snoring

snoring
December 18, 2011

Snoring is the direct consequence that causes the difficulty of the passage of air in the upper airways. The whole area of the throat collapses easily and when the structures that form the so-called “crossroads oropharyngeal” make contact and begin to vibrate causing snoring. But if this problem is the fact that the person who snores suffers from obesity and therefore has a greater amount of abdominal fat, the ventilation…

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Coffee and stress

consumed coffee
December 14, 2011

Many people have the habit of drinking several cups of coffee a day, whether you do it for pleasure or habit. Through various studies we know that caffeine is a stimulant that acts on the brain and helps fight fatigue and sleepiness. The benefits of coffee are many, among which are: the protection against diabetes, liver damage, Alzheimer’s disease, to name just a few. But what about stress? Few people…

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Cholesterol, the bad guy

cholestrol
November 25, 2011

Cholesterol is a lipid, a type of fat that is found in the bloodstream and the cells of the body, is an important component of a healthy organism; cholesterol is used in our metabolism to produce cell membranes and some hormones, as well as participating in other vital processes in the body. Refers to two types of cholesterol, the good and the bad, but cholesterol is actually one single and…

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Can a person with hypertension to do fitness?

hypertension
November 19, 2011

Exercise is beneficial for everyone, we are healthy or have a disease, but in this case the indication of the doctor or specialist is vital to determine what type of exercise is most appropriate. Aerobic exercise is best for patients with hypertension because it manages to increase the body’s oxygen demand, increases cardiac output, per minute ventilation and muscle movement.

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Important exercises for computer users

computer users
November 11, 2011

The use of computers for long periods can cause real problems in the body, muscles, the spine and joints of the hands. Due to these multiple reason, experts suggest to do the following exercises: Exercise for the shoulders Keep the normal level of the shoulder, then turned with the left ear to left shoulder, then with the right ear to right shoulder, after carried out this exercise with the inclined…

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What to do to reduce the effect of a cold?

cold effect
November 9, 2011

Usually when you get hit by a cold, it lasts seven days; following are some tips to reduce this time: Take more vitamin D for three days The decrease of vitamin D in the body is known among people who live in cold regions and as soon as the temperature begins to fall. What makes the body vulnerable against viruses. More Vitamin G Vitamin G increases the body’s immunity and…

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