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Health hacks for optimal performance; discover simple suggestions and habits to improve your life, body, mind and spirit.

  • Anna Gooding-Call
    Published 17 days ago
    4 Reasons That Biking to Work Is Just Better

    4 Reasons That Biking to Work Is Just Better

    Remember the joy of riding a bike? It's often one of the first "grown-up" skills that kids learn, and once you get the hang of it, you never forget. As more cities build protected bike lanes and no-car byways, it's time to dust off that banana seat and reconnect with the joy of two wheels. Here's why.
  • Evie Mills
    Published about a month ago
    10 Bad Ways to Cure Insomnia and Possible Alternatives

    10 Bad Ways to Cure Insomnia and Possible Alternatives

    The number of ridiculous & ineffective "cures" for sleep deprivation—which are being used daily by MILLIONS of people—is WAY more than it should be. Many of these conjectured forms to cure sleeplessness are usually the average case for lowering stress SLIGHTLY and increasing relaxation a little bit. That being said, take a peek down here and find out if you might have been misled by some of these absurd natural home remedies. You might think they work, but they DON'T!
  • Kari Oakley
    Published 5 months ago
    How This Year's Spring Cleaning Can Give Your Health a Big Boost

    How This Year's Spring Cleaning Can Give Your Health a Big Boost

    Spring is right around the corner, which means the sun will be shining again after a long winter of cloudy, cold days. It is the perfect time to work on your boosting your mental and physical health. This year, pick a new home improvement project for this year’s spring cleaning to help you work out your extra energy and stress.
  • Ainsley Lawrence
    Published 7 months ago
    Why Eliminating Debt Can Actually Make You Healthier

    Why Eliminating Debt Can Actually Make You Healthier

    Americans have a lot of debt, and an individual’s debt seems to increase as they earn more. The highest average amount of debt, $134,600, is seen among people in the age range of 45 to 54. The least amount is $34,600, held by those over the age of 75. Debt may be the norm, but it’s certainly not the healthiest or wisest way to live.
  • Rowan Marley
    Published 8 months ago
    10 Books Filled with Weight Loss Hacks

    10 Books Filled with Weight Loss Hacks

    Back when I was a model, I was a steady 115 pounds. I also had a pretty fast metabolism, a will of iron, and a diet that would make most people feel a little sick to their stomach.
  • Sasha Konikovo
    Published 9 months ago
    13 Ways I Cleaned Up My Life for the New Year

    13 Ways I Cleaned Up My Life for the New Year

    I remember when I realized that something in my life had to change.
  • Sunny Deval
    Published 9 months ago
    How to Reduce the Symptoms of Acid Reflux

    How to Reduce the Symptoms of Acid Reflux

    Everyone may know the fact that the food you eat also affects the acid production in the stomach. If you think food can't trigger the symptoms of the heartburn problems, then you are absolutely wrong. Well, there are certain foods that you need to eliminate from your diet plan. Some certain foods can cause or worsen the symptoms of acid reflux. It is the reason that you should always eat the right food and this will definitely help you control the acid reflux.
  • Morgan E. Westling
    Published 10 months ago
    Weight Loss Lifehacks Every Dieter Needs to Know

    Weight Loss Lifehacks Every Dieter Needs to Know

    Losing weight is one of the many goals that people all around the developed world strive for. Whether overweight or not, we all want to be better versions of ourselves. We want to make better food choices and be healthier in mind, body, and soul. To lose weight, it comes down to some simple things, but many of us try to take the easy way out because we are lazy or impatient. There are lifehacks for weight loss that involve basic lifestyle changes, which all of us can follow to see real results. If you want to lose weight, take into consideration new methodology and throw out the easy fixes you’ve heard of; chances are, you'll be better off in the long run.
  • Ossiana Tepfenhart
    Published 11 months ago
    10 Psychology Hacks to Help You Overcome Loss

    10 Psychology Hacks to Help You Overcome Loss

    Loss has as many faces as humanity does. Loss can come in the form of a breakup, a death in the family, losing a job, or even getting rejected by people who you thought were friends. Everyone has felt loss of some type at least once in their life, even if they're young.
  • Miranda Langley
    Published 12 months ago
    Store Cupboard Glamour
  • Ryan Witt
    Published about a year ago
    10 Lifehacks Every Gym Rat Should Know

    10 Lifehacks Every Gym Rat Should Know

    Despite the fact that I was a four-sport athlete in my high school years and worked a labor-intensive job directly out of undergrad, I firmly believe that going to the gym can still be a daunting experience. At the time of writing this, I am the heaviest and most out of shape I have ever been. It's not like I don't know my way around a weight room—I'm still strong enough to walk on my hands or carry all my grocery bags in on one trip—but I still feel an aversion to actually going to the gym. Maybe there's not enough hours in the day, maybe I'm lazy, or maybe it's all the people. More than anything else, I despise a packed gym; all the meatheads storming up and down the walkways with their chests puffed out, hassling me every time I take a break between sets, saying, "Hey, bro, you still on this?" We get it. You lift, bro. Witnessing all these gym antics, I've oftentimes wondered, "Are there any lifehacks every gym rat should know?" Well, if there wasn't before, this list will serve as one now.
  • Nicole Smith
    Published about a year ago
    Deodorant Remedy

    Deodorant Remedy

    I am woman, I am human. I hope you don't smell me coming.