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Can How You Argue Make You Sick?

Can How You Argue Make You Sick?

Robert W. Levenson, PhD, professor of psychology at the University of California, Berkeley, studies how couples interact, looking for clues to marital stability and satisfaction. In his latest research, Levenson has found that the ways people argue in a marriage can...

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Fitness At Any Age, No Sweat!

Fitness At Any Age, No Sweat!

It is necessary that as you enter your mid-lives, you learn to take extra care for your body to avoid health problems that are very common at that age. Taking a proper diet, exercising regularly, makes your lives fuller, mind happier, and body more younger. As you...

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Benefits of Physical Activity

Benefits of Physical Activity

Health and happiness go hand in hand. The importance of physical fitness cannot be stressed enough; as it is the key to a happy life. Health is precious. Regular physical activity can help maintain it in good state. Physical exercise should be a part of your daily...

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Aerobic Exercise for Better Fitness

Aerobic Exercise for Better Fitness

It doesn’t matter who you are in the world, your body needs aerobic exercise. A healthy body and quality way of life requires it. It has many of pros and will help you perform greater in all aspects of your life. So what are the benefits of aerobic exercise? More...

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How Stress Hurts Children’s Health

How Stress Hurts Children’s Health

W. Thomas Boyce, MD, is chief of the division of developmental medicine at the University of California, San Francisco, School of Medicine. He researches the effect of poverty, social subordination, and stress in early childhood on the risk of subsequent physical and...

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The Clean Hands Effect

The Clean Hands Effect

There are many health reasons to wash your hands, but it can also have psychological effects. Specifically, it may lessen guilty feelings or remorse over past actions—or at least serve as an attempt to do so. Many religions and poets have linked physical and spiritual...

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Divorce: Literally a Heartbreaker

Divorce: Literally a Heartbreaker

Divorced people may be at increased risk for heart attacks and should pay spe­cial attention to their coronary risk factors,suggests a study in Circulation: Cardio­vascular Quality and Outcomes. It looked at nearly 16,000 Americans, ages 45 to 80, who had ever been...

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9 Natural Ways to Boost Your Energy During the Day

9 Natural Ways to Boost Your Energy During the Day

Some days I can't seem to get going in the morning without that second cup of coffee, and I know that's not good for me. My body is telling me something. If you feel like me most days, don't worry — you're not alone. It turns out most of us feel tired most of the...

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Calming the Mind With Meditation

Calming the Mind With Meditation

People who meditate regularly say it provides mental, spiritual and physical benefits, including stress reduction and a sense of well- being. Even some mainstream doctors recommend meditation to help treat chronic pain, anxiety, high blood pressure and other ailments....

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5 Components of Physical Fitness

5 Components of Physical Fitness

A famous quote by Joan Welsh "A man's health can be judged by which he takes two at a time - pills or stairs." Everybody knows how important it is to be in a physically fit condition. However, when starting a health program, people are often not aware of the main 5...

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Why is Physical Fitness Important for Teens?

Why is Physical Fitness Important for Teens?

Recent studies have shown some alarming facts about physical fitness among today's teens. Most of them spend at least 30 hours in a week, just watching TV and eating high-fat content snacks. Nearly fifty percent of the teens and young adults, do not do any sort of...

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Meditation for Your Brain and Body

Meditation for Your Brain and Body

People who meditate regularly say it reduces stress and improves well-being, among other mental, physical, and spiritual benefits. And doctors often recommend meditation to help treat chronic pain, anxiety, high blood pressure, and many other conditions. How it works...

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ABOUT US

Hello! I'm Sadie and welcome to my blog.

I've been working as a life coach for over 15 years, and in that time, I've learned one or two things. I love helping people, and finding the silver lining in everything. But it all starts with a healthy body and mind.

I have compiled in this blog articles that can help change your life completely and get to the other side, healthier and happier.

Thanks for stopping by, and I hope you find something to help you along the way.

Sadie