You Sit More Than 9 Hours Per Day So Make Sure You Sit Up Right

Physical inactivity is believed to be the second most cause of death currently, in the United States. According to recent studies, inactive behavior measured by the time spent sitting, leads to high rates of diseases such as; cardiovascular, obesity and type 2 Diabetes. Sitting in your office for an extended period has many implications for your health. It causes a back pain or relatively increases an existing strain. Prolonged sitting in an inert posture leads to increase in the level of stress at the back and shoulders which leads to…

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Get Your Wake Up Time Right is More Important Than Sleeping Tight

Do you wake up every morning feeling tired and drained? No one likes to start the day feeling lethargic, but so many of us wake up exhausted even after a full night’s rest! If you’ve ever had to drag yourself out of bed in the morning to face the day, you’ll know how demoralizing it is to wake up feeling just as tired as you did when you went to sleep. Waking Up at Different Stages Of Sleep Determines Your Energy Level Everyone sleeps in cycles. Throughout the night, your…

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How I Pick the Right Books to Read to Learn 10X Faster

According to a study conducted in 2016 [1], it was found that most people read around 12 books a year. This may or may not sound like a lot to you depending on how much you like to read. To the average person one book a month is pretty impressive. But unfortunately, many of these books aren’t exactly intellectually stimulating. Fan-fiction books such as 50 Shades of Grey might be entertaining, but they’re not going to improve your life or make you smarter. To get the most out of books,…

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Why It’s Difficult to Be Creative: An Underdeveloped Right Brain

Most of the works in the society are driven by the left-brain, which does best with linear and logical thought processes. Think about the academic settings, everything from class content to assessments of languages, maths and sciences are designed to work in a logical manner. When it comes to work, most jobs involve tasks that are procedural work and most forms of fact-checking. The performance of all these tasks executed by the left-brain are easily quantified. This has set the left-brain for better training than the right-brain. The power of the…

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Keep A “Friend Bank” So You Can Maintain The Right Kind Of Friendship!

On Facebook I have close to three hundred friends, someone else I know has well over one thousand. What does that mean? Does it mean, that, when I want to hang out with friends, I contact three hundred people, or them, one thousand? Clearly not. If not that, then are most of them friends at all? Making someone a real friend takes considerable time and effort. Sometimes, instead of making the effort to establish someone as a friend, we might instead choose to have a large number of shallow acquaintances…

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How to Win More by Giving up for the Right Reason

One of the core practices in Buddhism is non attachment. Buddhists believe that forming emotional attachments to things, will inevitably lead to suffering. Whilst this notion has been taken to extremes, with people not forming attachments to anything, abandoning all possessions and forsaking friendship. I believe that non attachment can be beneficial in certain ways, especially when it is applied to our ideas and goals. It is perfectly natural to cling to our ideas. To want to work day and night to see them through. This is commendable. However, it…

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Not All Books Are Meant to Be Read. Here’s How to Pick the Right Ones

As a culture, we have become reverential of books and the written word. This is a great thing. A great book can challenge us, change the way we think, or tell us fantastic stories that stick with us. This is why I write, why I chose to study literature at university. I believe prose is the greatest story telling form we have, and poetry the greatest method of self expression. Yet, are reverence of books is such that many of us see it as a faultless medium, that a bad…

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8 Promising Benefits of HIIT Workout That Will Make You Want To Start Right Now!

We all know the great importance of exercise, and sure, each of us, in our own way try to do as much as we can. Yet, this can be incredibly difficult. If you work full time, or are generally very busy, getting the gym hours in that we feel is necessary can feel like an impossible task. Even if you want to go for a run, you might think that you would need to run for at least an hour to make any real change. We might feel resigned to…

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When Popping A Pimple Causes No Regret: Popping The Right Way!

Acne is a problematic skin condition that affects at least four out of every five individuals aged between 11 and 30 years [1] . While the severity and particular details about every person’s struggle with acne defers, most people experience an acne breakout at least once during their lifetime. The problem does not only affect the wellbeing of the affected person’s skin but can also take a toll on the person’s self-confidence and how they feel about themselves – it causes an unpleasant visual appearance that people often consider dreadful. Unfortunately,…

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