Misconceptions

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    Workout Myths and Misconceptions You Should Not Believe

    Did you notice that people follow a specific pattern when working out? Like starting with stretching, then working out for a certain amount of time, or following a tough workout routine that gets even tougher if you had splurged the night before. The reason people follow these patterns is some misconceptions and myths they believe about working out, such as: 1- Your workout routine needs to be strict and strenuous to achieve the desired result. Workout is not something people…

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    5 Common Misconceptions about Fertility You Should Know

    When you look forward to have a baby and look for advices from the people around you and the internet, you face a lot of false information that might not help in getting pregnant and can actually affect your fertility and the fertility of your partner. We collected some of the most common misconceptions and corrected them for your knowledge, so enjoy an informative read… 5. Weight Has No Effect on Fertility : Fitness does have an effect on your…

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    4 Common Fitness Misconceptions You Must Correct

    No matter how you exhaust yourself with exercise, following fitness misconceptions will give you undesirable results. Therefore, it is time to stop working hard and start working smart towards the fitness you dream you have. Check out the following common myths that many of us follow on our path to a fit body so you can avoid applying them. 4. Believing that workout cancels the extra calories you consume Workout plays just about 30% of what you should do to…

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    7 Common Misconceptions that Influence Sleep

    Many people participate in some behaviors that may affect their sleep. All those thoughts aren’t entirely true. You have to follow the latest research and examine sleeping habits more closely for yourself. Read on to clear all your misconceptions about sleep. 7. Books, Television and Laptop are Good Tools to Sleep Many people believe that they can’t sleep without TV and they consider it a good way to sleep. They think that they are sleeping during a TV show, but…

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