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Checking Your Blood Sugar Levels are Important – No Matter Your Age!

Checking Your Blood Sugar Levels are Important – No Matter Your Age!

Photo by Sharon Mccutcheon on Unsplash We’ve all experienced the impact our blood sugar has on our bodies, which includes the crash after the sugar rush. But beyond being energy-draining, our blood sugar can seriously impact our health. Even if you think you are following […]

The Impact of Fitness on Weight Loss & How to Optimize Your Routine

The Impact of Fitness on Weight Loss & How to Optimize Your Routine

Photo by Bruno Nascimento on Unsplash If you’re like the majority of the world, weight loss is difficult. You’re making sure to take the right vitamins, eat the best foods and stick to a workout regimen. But how does fitness actually help to maintain your […]

What does a Cortisol Level Test Show?

What does a Cortisol Level Test Show?

Photo by Nik Shuliahin on Unsplash Whether your doctor feels its best, or you feel your body is out-of-whack, speaking with your doctor about a cortisol level test is never a bad request. It can tell you a lot about what’s going on in your […]

Anxiety Rates At An All-Time High in the U.S.

Anxiety Rates At An All-Time High in the U.S.

Photo by Chad Madden on Unsplash According to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness in the U.S., affecting 40 million adults ages 18 and older, or over 18% of the population each year. And, according to […]

Your Thyroid May Be The Cause of Your Sleeping Problems

Your Thyroid May Be The Cause of Your Sleeping Problems

Your thyroid is one of the smallest glands in your body, yet it is actually one of the most important. This gland is instrumental in the healthy regulation of functions like proper metabolism, energy levels, burning calories, the creation of body proteins and the reaction […]

How Chronic Stress May Be Effecting Your Health

How Chronic Stress May Be Effecting Your Health

We’ve all felt stress at one time or another – from cramming for midterms in college to that major presentation you have to give at work tomorrow – it comes naturally and may not necessarily be a bad thing in some cases. I personally, suffered […]