Exercise and Fitness
Before she found yoga, Heidi Williams suffered from PTSD, anxiety, and major depression. To top it off, she had also been a victim of rape. According to her Instagram account, yoga helped bring all the color and vibrancy she desperately needed back into her life. On the mat, she found peace, groundedness, and purpose.
How are universal frequencies affecting you this week (November 21-26, 2016)? Find out in our weekly column, a helpful complement to your weekly horoscope and a great standalone resource providing valuable insights into your health, nutrition, and muscular form and function.
You have the ability to self-regulate your dopamine levels without having to resort to medications that often leave you worse for wear. Here’s how.
Your body is intricately in tune with daily cycles of light and darkness, right down to your muscles. Research by scientists at Northwestern University in Chicago, Illinois, revealed that muscles have their own internal clocks and, as a result, function better during the day than they do at night.
Want to know if your liver is functioning properly (and giving you a good metabolism)? Read this and discover the signs of poor liver function.
Want to try tai chi? Read this!
People are calling Wang “China’s hottest grandpa.” Commenting on the attention his runway debut received, Wang said: “It’s about your state of mind. It’s not about age. Nature determines age, but you determine your state of mind.”
Curious about how to do tai chi and what it can do for you? Check this out!
While both green and Matcha teas are powerful magic potions. Matcha takes the nutritional benefits a step further. Here are some of the major differences.
Woman self-cures terminal lung cancer with a mix of coconut and cannabis oil. In an effort to help save others, she shares her story.
Want to start a exercise program where you don’t get hurt and increases your life? Dr. Mercola talks about the ‘Training for Warriors’.
Looking for a basic workout that will make your whole body fit? Try this one!
Certain forms of exercise (high-intensity) dial up the energy burn following exercise better than others. And after intense exercise, your body has to work twice as hard to replenish its oxygen stores than it does after steady-state exercise. The afterburn effect creates a higher calorie burn following periods of exercise.
How are universal frequencies affecting you this week (October 31, 2016 to November 5, 2016)? Find out in our weekly column, a helpful complement to your weekly horoscope and a great standalone resource providing valuable insights into your health, nutrition, and muscular form and function.