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the Media Is Deceiving You about Weight Loss

Watch How the Media Is Deceiving You about Weight Loss

The world we live in is very harsh against anyone who has a few grams of fat more than his/her optimum weight. What I mean by “world” here is the media with its fat shaming opinion guiding the people who support them. That is happening because weight loss has become so popular that many people are getting rich through it. Those people – including the media – hide certain facts that help you while you try to lose weight, such as: 1- The media claims that It is better to start to lose fat slow and steady instead of losing weight fast. Losing fat fast – at least at the beginning – is better. It is simple; this is how …

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HOW YOU BECOME UNATTRACTIVE WITHOUT BEING AWARE

HOW YOU BECOME UNATTRACTIVE WITHOUT BEING AWARE OF IT

Naturally, we all strive to be a great person, compassionate and caring, but that is not always the case for some people. There are some bad habits or behaviors that make people seem annoying and unattractive. We will tackle here some of these characteristics, and if you realize you have any of them, quit and once you do you will find your circle of friends grows. – Self- absorbed, which means you focus only on yourself and you do not care what other people around you want to say. No one wants to be a friend with someone like that, so if you are self- absorbed, it is time to change. – To focus on outer beauty ignoring what is …

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HOW CAN SLEEP HELP YOU LOSE WEIGHT

HOW CAN SLEEP HELP YOU LOSE WEIGHT?

Cranky attitude and groggy mornings are not the only side effects of insufficient sleep, which can also lead to weight gain. Actually, research found that people who sleep less than seven hours have a harder time losing weight and gain more weight over time. If you are trying to shape up or slim down, getting enough sleep is as important as sweating by exercise. Here below the reasons why you should get more sleep: – To stop late- night snacking: the longer you stay up at night, the more likely you eat snacks you do not need, which can cause gaining more weight. People who sleep from 4 am to 8 am are found to gain more weight than those …

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HOW CAN MEDITATION CHANGE YOUR LIFE

HOW CAN MEDITATION CHANGE YOUR LIFE?

Meditation has seen us through several life changes and tough times, keeping us grounded and sane; hence we cannot imagine life without meditation. Life is challenging all the time, and only when our minds are focused and clear we can make the best decisions. Meditation can help you deal with the chaos and madness occurring daily; perhaps it is what it takes to be a really sane person. It shifts our priorities, finds answers to our questions and enables us to make friends with ourselves. Every time you say something stupid, make a mistake, every time you think of someone that bothers you and you are about to put yourself down, breathe gently and repeat silently “May I be happy …

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HOW DIFFERENT THE BOY YOU DATE FROM THE MAN YOU MARRY

HOW DIFFERENT THE BOY YOU DATE FROM THE MAN YOU MARRY

It is natural at some point that each girl would want to settle down and start her own family, but make sure you choose a quality man not immature boy. There are certain differences between the boy you date and the man you marry, which you need to know, and they are as follows: – The boy you date wants to have fun with no strings attached; he wants you to hang out not to go out in a real date. The man you marry is clear about his intentions with you, and he asks you out on dates. – The boy you date only shares funny stories and superficial subjects, as he cannot connect on a deeper level. The …

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know how our biological clocks manage our sleep

Do you know how our biological clocks manage our sleep?

Throughout the day, we experience different patterns of sleepiness, and we might ask ourselves what is regulating our sleep? Actually, sleep is governed by both sleep/wake homeostasis and the biological clock. When we are awake for a long time, sleep/wake homeostasis tells us it is time to sleep, and it also helps us get enough sleep during the night to make up for the daytime waking hours; thus sleep/wake homeostasis balances wakefulness and sleep. On the other hand, the internal biological clock dips and rises at different times throughout the day; for adults a strong sleep drive occurs between 1– 3 pm and between 2- 4 am, though this may vary depending on the person if he or she is …

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