Cats - Did you know that …?
- Like humans, cats can be right-handed or left-handed. - A cat can jump seven times its height. - The cat cannot see immediately under her nose, so the goodies you throw on the floor will remain untouched if she is not careful when you throw them.
8 Scientifically Proven Principles of Ancient Wisdom
Practicing meditation prolongs longevity and raises awareness. Altruism makes us healthier In their relentless search for the best way to live, Greek philosophers debated the differences between the benefits of hedonistic happiness and those of eudaemonist happiness.
Tips for Doing Sports Despite a Busy Life
The burden of a busy life justifies to some extent the reduced willingness to do sports. But lack of exercise can have very serious consequences over time, the sedentary lifestyle being associated with a number of ailments, but also with a reduced life expectancy.
Let's Talk About Cereals
The pattern of healthy eating has been synthesized by nutritionists in the form of a pyramid, in which each food group finds its place closer to the top or more to the base, depending on the importance in the diet of people who want to maintain their health for a long time.
Do You Know Which Are the Best Varieties of Vegetable Milk?
Vegetable milk can successfully replace cow's milk Nowadays, cow's milk has some drawbacks. Fortunately, there are some extremely healthy, natural, and beneficial alternatives. Certainly, most of us have suffered at least once from digestion, stomach aches, or even lactose intolerance caused by cow's milk. Here are the best varieties of vegetable milk that can successfully replace cow's milk.
Use the Power of the Mind to Heal and Transform
In recent decades, there has been a revolution in the way we perceive our bodies. What appears to be an object, a three-dimensional anatomical structure, is actually a process, a constant flow of energy and information.
Body Effects of Emotions
Cardiovascular response During a fit of rage, the blood clotting time is greatly reduced. In case of resentment, regret, or anger, the pulse, blood pressure, and heart rate are increased. Anxiety increases heart rate, oxygen consumption, and heart rate, but decreases peripheral resistance. In heart patients, anxiety and resentment cause the electrocardiogram to change.