Most recently published stories in Longevity.
Excessive Masturbation Triggers Prostatitis, What Should You Do?
There are times when men relieve their usual sexual stress by masturbating. Although this can make men relaxed, in addition, there may be a disease crisis lurking. For example, excessive masturbation can cause prostatitis. Therefore, males should pay attention to self-stimulation moderation and actively accept the treatment for early recovery health.
Embracing a Gratitude-Fueled Journey: Unveiling My 2024 Vision
As I embark on this transforming journey, I find myself pondering on the many blessings and goals that have formed my life. Life is a complex tapestry weaved with strands of gratitude, positivity, and mental toughness. In this story, I'll take the liberty of concealing my name, renaming crucial characters, and digging into the profound depths of my thankfulness, all while meticulously exploring my imaginative ambitions for 2024.
Ok, so I've got it. Not that I wanted it. But it explains a lot. And once a medical doctor diagnosed me with it almost two years ago, I could relax a little. At least I knew I wasn't going crazy. And I could stop drinking those Jack Daniels & Coke just to make the pain lessen and to help me sleep. (Anyone who knows me, knows I'm not a big drinker and anything carbonated flares up the old interstitial cystitis that I'm also blessed to have...so I couldn't win.) Interstitial cystitis (IC) is a relatively uncommon and enigmatic disorder characterized by pain in the bladder and pelvic region, typically accompanied by urinary urgency and frequency. Fibromyalgia is a more common disorder, with the prominent symptoms being diffuse musculoskeletal pain and fatigue,... IC patients display diffusely increased peripheral nociception, as is seen in fibromyalgia. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/9201654/
Unlocking Serenity: The Therapeutic Power Of Creative Outlets For Stress Relief
In the hustle and bustle of our daily lives, stress can often become a constant companion. However, amidst the chaos, there lies a haven of relief — creative outlets. Engaging in activities like art, writing, or music has proven to be a powerful antidote to stress, offering a sanctuary where individuals can unwind and rejuvenate. Let’s delve into the therapeutic benefits of these creative endeavors supported by research.
Practice Good Hygiene
I. Introduction Maintaining good hygiene is not just a habit; it's a cornerstone of a healthy lifestyle. From preventing illnesses to fostering positive self-esteem, the significance of good hygiene cannot be overstated.
Unlocking the Link: Does Tired Always Mean Stress?
Fatigue has become a near-constant companion for many people in the unrelenting pace of modern life. It infiltrates our days, influencing our productivity, emotions, and overall well-being. We frequently attribute this tiredness to stress, which is understandable given the well-established correlation between the two. Is weariness, however, always a clear symptom of stress? This investigation delves into the complex relationship between weariness and stress, attempting to decipher their intertwined nature. More significantly, we hope to provide you with actionable techniques for identifying, comprehending, and managing these issues in your life.
Pillow-Comforts & Dinner Suprises
Just relaxing amid the fluffy pillows with a book in hand, the cool, crisp air was flowing in through the open window, causing me to feel a chill. Putting the book down, I got up, padding on the marble floor with naked feet resulting in a chill travelling across my spine. Closing the windows, I pushed forward the curtains. Skipping back to the comfort of the pillows, I popped in and returned to my reading. Tossing and turning, I was able to complete my topic for study, which was definitely not pleasant anymore. I lost my comfortable position in the pillows when I got up to close the windows, and now no matter how much I turn and toss, I wasn't able to get it back, but thankfully I was done studying for today.
Dad Health Redefined: Fitness Without the Suffering
I'm a Dad, I'm 43 years old. I've been consuming 'Dad' media for almost 2 years on social media. I am so tired, so bored of reading the same messages over and over again.
Planning or chance?
Planning or chance? Random chaos or structured evens? It is strange to think back of several times in my 80 years, when an event changed the direction of my life. Sometimes that change was rapid but in others it took a while to realise change had happened. My life would have been very different without these events. I had, nor could ever have, any control over these events. They were decisions made, consciously or unconsciously, by other people. They involved people I know or knew and the interaction between these people and others I had never met. So, I was not consulted, not even informed at the time and yet they changed my life. So, the question has to be is freewill only freedom to choose how we act, or react, after learning of events that are controlled by others? Even the decisions and actions that affected my life, usually involved people who knew nothing about me. Or at least not anything truthful about me. So, are all these interactions, these decisions and activities, just random chance or planned by some divine entity? It seems that freewill allows some control over the consequences but not the cause. Consider a hypothetical example. If the government suddenly raise taxation on something I produce this inevitable reduces the demand and so my income is adversely affected, yet the government bureaucrats who manged this tax increase, had never consulted me, they did not know I existed as an individual, so nothing personal but their decision will have a big effect on me. My freewill is limited to deciding what to do; do I give up production? work harder to sell at increased price? try to reduce other costs to absorb the tax increase? So, I have some freewill but only over the effect not the cause.
Here are 7 good reasons to turn on the heater to reduce your risk of a heart attack:
Keeping the central heating turned off might very likely result in a variety of health concerns, including an increased risk of death from heart attacks or strokes, according to a chemist who has issued a warning to the general public.
A Journey into Authentic Beauty
As a woman navigating the intricate terrain of beauty in her mid-twenties, I embark on a quest to redefine what it truly means to radiate authenticity. In a world saturated with beauty standards and filtered images, genuine beauty transcends flawless exteriors, finding its essence in the delicate interplay of mindset and emotions.
My Journey to Ageless Vitality: The Power of Exercise
Hey there, fellow seeker of perpetual vigor! Have you ever contemplated the secrets to preserving that zestful energy as the years gracefully roll by? Join me as we embark on a journey into the realm of ageless vitality, where exercise emerges as our steadfast superhero.