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Keep Your Neck Healthy Because It Supports You To Look At The Screen for 10 Hours Every Day

In a fast-paced world ruled by the internet, the need for several individuals to sit and work with a computer system for long hours continue to rise. The health hazards of this practice have long been established and though greater attention is being paid to back pain, neck pain remains a serious topic. Though it doesn’t appear like a life-threatening conditions, neck pain is a serious condition that will impede productivity on the short-run, as well as have some really nasty effect on the overall health of an individual on…

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Take A Moment And Read This Because You Might Be Too Busy Doing Nothing In Your Life

Life can be busy. It seems like the older we get, the greater our responsibilities become. Our jobs, families, friends, and even our electronics and social media, are always vying for our attention. Sometimes it feels like we’re sprinting through life trying to keep up with everything. Being busy isn’t a difficult status to attain. Whenever there’s a chunk of time, there are things that can fill it. The problem is, sometimes we focus on things that don’t actually add value to our lives. Many of us are busy, but…

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Stop Wearing Sneakers without Your Socks Because You Are Harming Your Feet More Than You Think!

There can be something oddly satisfying about wearing sneakers without socks. Your feet feel light, and there’s no bulky sock between you and your shoe. Perhaps you know deep-down that it’s not good for you, and maybe that’s part of the appeal of skipping out on socks. You might be fine at first, but this bad habit will catch up with you. Here’s why going sock-less makes your feet stink As much as you may think your feet are clean, that won’t be the case if you stop wearing socks….

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Stop Being Mediocre Because of Picking the Wrong Battlefield

I believe many of us, either consciously or subconsciously believe that life is a quest of self improvement, a quest that only ends in death. This is a popular notion, after all, consider the abundance and popularity of self-help books and sites.The focus on improvement is so strong that, according to this graph The use of the word “improve” has been increasing steadily since the start of the 20th century Yet all this focus on a general improvement mean that we often don’t know what to focus on. We want…

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Warren Buffett Says Most People End up Being Average Because They Don’t Keep This List

Sitting down and setting your life goals can be exciting and motivating. It gives us purpose, sets clear intention, makes us feel productive and creates the feeling of moving forward. But have you ever started out making a mental or physical list of your goals only to end up with quite a few? Then when you start acting on them, they either end up cast aside or only half achieved? Having goals has been drummed into us from an early age but are having all these goals actually hindering us?…

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Eat Chia Seed Instead Because Contains 6 Times More Calcium Than Milk! (and Has More Benefits!)

Most adults think that milk is good for them. After all, we have been told since we were children that drinking milk will make your bones grow strong and healthy, and it is one of the best sources of calcium. Yet despite this, milk is not as healthy as you think. In fact, adults do not get as many benefits from milk as children do, and lots of research indicates that milk might actually be bad for us. For instance, less than 40% of humans on earth can actually digest…

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Successful People Find Their Ideal Career Paths Because They Don’t Have These 5 Thoughts

Finding your career path is one of the most important choices you’ll make in your life. Since your job will take up most of your waking life, it’s essential that you take a path that ultimately brings you happiness and fulfilment. But this can also create a sense of pressure and make the decision on your career path a more complicated one than it should be. Our idea of the perfect career is sometimes shaped by societal expectations, family expectations and outdated beliefs. Why Can We Have So Much Difficulty…

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Embrace Your Imperfections Because They Make You More Likeable, Psychologists Say

Nike may have said, “Just Do It,” but Mama always said, “Do Your Best.”  It is the latter mantra that compels many people to strive for perfection in the completion of average tasks and/or professional pursuits. Regardless of the activity seeking completion, no one wants to admit they didn’t achieve their goal or show signs of even the smallest hint of failure. Yet, failures and mistakes help us gain the respect and likability of others. Psychologists have even proven that embracing and accepting the imperfections of yourself and others really…

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Feeling Tired Because Of Low Blood Pressure? 6 Remedies To Clear The Symptoms

Low blood pressure (hypotension) happens when someone’s blood pressure is so low that it causes symptoms such as fainting, nausea, dizziness, tiredness, blurred vision, coldness and heart palpitations. That isn’t to say that all low blood pressure is bad, as some people have naturally low blood pressure due to a healthy and active lifestyle. Normally they have a blood pressure reading of 120/89 mm Hg, which is lower than normal but still healthy. They don’t experience any negative symptoms because their blood pressure is still within the healthy range. However,…

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If You Always Have Mouth Ulcer, Maybe It’s Because You Eat These Foods Too Often

They’re painful, irritating, and seem to pop up out of nowhere – the mouth ulcer, or canker sore. We all get them from time to time. These pesky lesions make eating, drinking, and even talking pretty uncomfortable. Some people develop mouth ulcers more often than others, particularly women and people under the age of 40. Mouth ulcers have been linked to several causes like biting your cheek or brushing your gums too hard. But did you know that eating certain foods can actually increase your risk? Here are some foods…

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