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Healthline on Bodybuilding
Here’s How Much Protein You Need to Build Muscle
Protein is essential for building and maintaining muscle mass but consuming too much can negatively affect your health. From beginners to advanced athletes, here’s the optimal amount that’s safe to…
Bodybuilding Meal Plan: What to Eat, What to Avoid
Bodybuilding is centered around building your body’s muscles through weightlifting and nutrition. This article explains what to eat and avoid on a bodybuilding diet and provides a one-week sample…
Healthline on Fibromyalgia
Workout Tips That Can Ease Fibromyalgia Pain
Hesitant to work out and aggravate pain? Learn fitness tips and doctor-recommended workouts that specifically address fibromyalgia.
Healthline on Health
Cracking the Sleep Code
Lack of sleep can lead to serious health problems like Type 2 Diabetes, heart disease, obesity and depression. Watch Cracking the Sleep Code for simple tips from sleep expert Dr. Raj Dasgupta you can…
Exposure Therapy for Anxiety: What to Expect and Effectiveness
Exposure therapy is an effective treatment for many kinds of anxiety, including OCD, social anxiety, and more.
Healthline on Pain
Anti-inflammatory Drugs May Lead to Chronic Pain
A study found that while anti-inflammatory medications such as Ibuprofen may relieve short-term pain, they can potentially lead to chronic pain.
Healthline on Self Actualization
Self-Actualization: What It Is and How to Achieve It
Self-actualization sounds like a daunting task, but it doesn't have to be. Learn how simple changes in your day-to-day life can put you on the path toward living your best life.
Healthline on Self Discovery
9 Ways To Kick Off Your Self-Discovery Journey
Embarking on a journey of self-discovery might sound like a huge undertaking, but if you break it up into tiny pieces, it’s totally doable.
Healthline on Stress
How a Hot Bath Can Clean Off A Day’s Stress
A hot bath can do more than just get you clean — it helps wash away stress and pain, and it can even protect your body. Here's why you should turn on the water tonight.
Healthline on Stretching
Stretching Before Bed: 8 Stretches to Do at Night Before Sleep
Stretching before bed can help you not only fall asleep faster, but also stay asleep. Learn how to do eight stretches that may help to improve the quality of your sleep.
Why Does Stretching Feel Good? Benefits and Why It Feels Good
Stretching feels good because it activates your parasympathetic nervous system and increases blood flow to your muscles. It may also release endorphins that help reduce pain and enhance your mood.
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The Surprising Link Between Bedtime and Dementia
Sleep has long been linked to dementia. Poor slumber is believed to increase risk, while those with dementia often struggle to obtain a sound and restful night of rest.
Why You May Experience Social Anxiety as You Emerge from the Pandemic
If you're experiencing some discomfort when returning to social situations, you're not alone. Many are feeling the same right now and experts say it's perfectly normal. Here's how to cope.
Scientists Discover Why We Love Vanilla So Much
Scientists say they may have uncovered the compounds that make vanilla so favorable, opening up a possible pathway to creating an artificial flavoring
Workplace Bullying: How to Identify and Manage Bullying
Workplace bullying can often be subtle, but it can have effects on your mental and physical health. It can also affect the company as a whole. Learn the signs of workplace bullying and what you can do…
What Is the 4-7-8 Breathing Technique?
Breathing techniques are designed to bring the body into a state of deep relaxation. Specific patterns that involve holding the breath for a period of time allow your body to replenish its oxygen. From the lungs outward, techniques like 4-7-8 can give your organs and tissues a much-needed oxygen boost.
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