It is almost mid January and I am finally getting over the hectic holiday schedule and back to a normal schedule again. I absolutely love the holidays and all that they bring by getting together with friends and family. I also love getting back to work. As I was talking with a friend yesterday she was telling me how tired she still was feeling. I am sure she is not the only person feeling tired or why else would energy drinks be so popular. I worry about people who drink those energy drinks without considering the ingredients and what the long term effect of those ingredients could have on their bodies.
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definition of “vitality” is “exuberant physical strength or mental
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their ability to concentrate, 66% of women and 37% of men experience a
decline in sexual desire as they age.
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Health Tip: Make Plenty of “ zzz’s” A Goal for 2012
Most Americans do not get enough sleep. One of the best ways to
maintain your youth is by starting with plenty of sleep. Everyone is
different in the number of hours they need to sleep each day but
approximately 8 hours is a good goal. Your sleep has to be long enough
to get to the time when your body repairs and regenerates itself. Like
food and water, sleep is essential. Lack of sleep can adversely affect
hormones, weight gain and more. Sleep deprivation is actually used as
“soft torture” and no sleep over time can result in death. For a short
article with additional information on the need for “zzz’s” click here.