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10 Ways to Burn Calories without Going to the Gym

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Burning off calories is not just for those that overweight, as it keeps the body in a good and healthy state.
Calories intake to the body is not as bad as most people think it is, as it is needed by the body. However, excess calories in the system are not good as it can lead to overweight and other adverse health effects.

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It is advisable to exercise to burn excess calories out of the system, but going to the gym regularly is not as feasible as most of us want it. A lot of activities keeps us from going to the gym, and in this article, we are going to list ways to burn calories without hitting the gym.

1. Eat Right: you have to consider what you eat, as you watch your calories intake to reduce calories build up in your body. According to studies carried out by webmd, there is some food intake that will help reduce the number of calories in your system and this will help your system in building up excess calories.

2. Taking a Walk: if you cann…

5 THINGS TO DO IN THE MORNING TO HAVE A GOOD DAY

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There is a saying that if you wake up at the right side of the bed, you will have a great day, and if you wake up on the wrong side, then your day wouldn’t be as great.
It has been found that if you are happy when you wake up, you will probably have a great day no matter the disappointment or any negative event that sprung up that day. This is likely because you will not react to any situation bust respond to them as your attitude will let you do on that happy day. 
 I am sure you will remember how nothing brought your mood down on such happy day, but when you are moody, even the slightest provocation can get you angry and raged on the rest of the day. Now, it is believed that getting your mood right in the morning will determine how the rest of your day will go, so in this article, we are going to highlight five things you should do in the morning so you can have a nice and fulfilled day:
1.Avoid Checking Mails First Thing In The Morning: with the smartphone, most people check their e…

Tips For Healthy Living

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The way we live our life and our daily routine can have effect on our health both physically and mentally. Studies have shown that smoking, drinking too much alcohol and not eating right can deteriorate our body physically that it may shorten one’s life span. Recent studies had deduces that a combination of those lifestyle can reduce lifespan by 12 years.

Now the lifestyle we choose or the way we choose not to live can affect our lifestyle and we have to consciously cultivate some habit so in time they become part of us and become a subconscious habit.

There are some few habit one has to start to imbibe in our lifestyle till they become part of our daily routine so as to improve the quality of life.

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1. Regular exercise: while it may not be possible to exercise every day, it is proper that we draw a routine for exercising. Set days of the week out to carry out intense exercise, like take 3 to 4 days a week, if you can’t get the necessary equipment or you are not …

Emotions Can Affect Physical Health

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Back pain? Chest pain? Feeling angry at your spouse may be the cause. Research has shown that emotions can have an effect on health, but might how we express those emotions be tied to specific physical symptoms? This study
Participants in the study included 156 middle-aged and older married couples. Over a 20-year period, they took part in periodic assessments of their emotional reactions to interactions with their spouse — reactions that did and did not involve conflict. During that time, 45 to 65 percent of the men and 60 to 76 percent of the women experienced cardiovascular symptoms, such as high blood pressure, chest pains or other heart problems. Also, 15 to 29 percent of the men and 30 to 36 percent of the women had musculoskeletal symptoms, such as back pain, stiffness in muscles or joints or severe leg or arm pain. People who consistently expressed anger during interactions with their spouse were more likely to have cardiovascular problems than were those who did not get angry…