Holiday Stress Tips
With the holidays on the way perhaps it’s a good time to take a look at some good anti-stress techniques to get you through safely.
Of course the myth is that the holiday season is a time of rest, recreation and rejuvenation but the truth can often be a long way off that!
Do we really still need to be told these things? Well yes!
Here are some simple yet powerful health choices we can all make and benefit from. Let’s face it, we all know them, we have all said to ourselves we should follow them and most of us then manage to just carry on as if nothing happened!
Maybe this year really is the year that you should take a look at the benefits of making some better lifestyle choices and asking yourself, “Do I want that?”
In most cases the answer is yes, so go on, get started today.
Well it just goes to show that even the most ordinary of illnesses can hit the most not-ordinary of people!
Angelina Jolie will be missing some of her upcoming duties to promote her new movie all because of a bout of chickenpox!
Let’s hope it doesn’t run rampant through the entire Jolie Pitt household cos’ that would be a lot of chickenpox!
Vitamin E Effects on Skin Explained
Most people have likely heard anecdotally that Vitamin E is good for this or that most probably don’t really know the actual reasons for it… and there are some!
Vitamin E is probably most often cited as being good for skin and for a healthy heart. Over at Health24 there is a good article explaining just why Vitamin E is so good for your skin and is well worth checking out.
You know it is hardly surprising that E-cigarettes are now coming under scrutiny and are being treated with the kind of suspicion they deserve.
I think most people even in their strongest states of denial thought to themselves there was something fishy about these so called “safe” cigarettes.
After all they simply replace the vaporization of nicotine through one method with another.
Research has shown that this promotion of “safety” has not translated into people giving up smoking but has actually increased smoking in teens because of its perceived safety.
This is an alarming situation that has been getting worse, not better over the past few years.
Antibiotic resistance is already a significant factor in the western developed countries and in Asia the situation is potentially worse.
An uneducated public demanding antibiotics for conditions that do not even respond to antibiotic treatment is only going to speed up the resistance cycle unless ity is controlled.