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2001, 2019

Himalayan Salt Benefits for Your Health, Beauty, and Wellbeing

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The numerous Himalayan salt benefits that have been introduced to the general public lately have amazed people all over the globe. This has led marketers to promote it extensively by listing the plethora of Himalayan salt benefits all over the Internet. But should you jump upon the bandwagon and spend your bucks over a pack of this salt? Well, read on to find out if it’s worth your money or not! Himalayan pink salt is an exquisite gift from nature to mankind. Hand-mined from the Khewra Salt Mines in the Punjab region of Pakistan, this salt is brimming with 84 trace elements including essential minerals. It is said that there are numerous Himalayan salt benefits – culinary, therapeutic and even aesthetic! This pure, unadulterated salt is free from any refining or processing, which makes it a totally natural product

1901, 2019

When Does the Menopause Start and Why Is Menopause Age Different in Every Woman?

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If you are a woman reaching a certain age, you might be wondering about the menopause. For example, when does the menopause start and is it the same for every woman? The answer, as with everything about the human body, is not simple. There are average ages for the onset of the menopause, normally between 44 and 55 years. But it can vary immensely between women. Some women start the menopause in their early thirties, whereas others don’t have symptoms until they are fifty. So why does the menopause start in the first place? Why does the menopause start at all? The menopause is the natural end to a woman’s reproductive cycle. The menopause starts when a woman has no more eggs left. At birth, females have around 1 to 3 million eggs available. However, this number has dramatically

1801, 2019

12 Low Estrogen Symptoms in Young Women and the Causes Behind Them

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Have your periods been irregular? Do you often feel irritated? You may have low estrogen symptoms. Low estrogen symptoms have undesirable effects on young women like yourself but are manageable if you know their causes. This article points the way. Low estrogen symptoms: Why do young women need estrogen? There are compelling reasons for young women to regulate their estrogen levels.  This hormone helps them through their reproductive years and keeps them healthy. 1. Creates a Suitable Environment for Female Development Estrogen creates a suitable environment for the development of female traits, such as breasts, pubic hair, and menstruation. A deficiency of estrogen can lead to a range of health problems. 2. Maintain Sex Hormones Estrogens facilitate the development and maintenance of female sex hormones in the body. Though we associate them with women, men have them to a smaller

1110, 2017

How to Perform Chakra Cleansing with These Natural Methods

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If you feel ill-at-ease spiritually, you probably need a dose of chakra cleansing. Spring clean your soul, just as you would your home. Chakra cleansing helps with the former. We introduce you to the different chakras and how to clear them the natural, life-giving way. What is Chakra? Chakra is the body's energy center. You may see it as a freeway through which your cosmic energy travels. 'Chakra' comes from the Sanskrit word for 'wheel.' Chakra practitioners refer to it as our life force or Prana. They describe it as discs of light that control our psychological, and therefore physical, experiences. These spinning discs affect our physical, energetic, and spiritual health. Balancing the chakras enhances our well-being. Chakra imbalances show themselves in emotional, psychological, and emotional illnesses. Science proves their presence. There are over 100 chakras in the body, but

1701, 2019

6 Ways to Reconnect with Your Authentic Self (and Why You Should!)

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In today’s society, it’s often difficult to stay connected to our authentic self. Fortunately, there are ways we can restore this connection. We live in a culture that makes it almost impossible not to build walls around our truest, most authentic self. We learn early on to suppress emotions and portray perfect “put together selves.” This is detrimental not only to us as individuals, but also to our communities and culture as a whole. We cannot access our truest potential and live out our best lives while simultaneously living behind the bars that make us who we are. I’ve always said that I was born with an extra vulnerability gene. I’m a highly sensitive person (which merely means I’m acutely attuned to others’ energy and emotions) living in a world where vulnerability is foreign and often seen as “weakness.” Because

1401, 2019

The Truth About Body Image And Self-Esteem And How To Learn To Love Your Body

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What is the truth about body image and self-esteem? Body image is the way a person perceives his body and it’s also made up of a person’s beliefs. Body image and self-esteem is the systematic, cognitive, affective, conscious as well as unconscious perception that an individual has of his body, a perception that he acquires during his development and through his social relations. A person who is dissatisfied with his body has a negative body image. A person who is satisfied with his body has a positive body image and self-esteem. This perception may include negative thoughts and feelings about: Weight Size Skin color Ethnicity Physical maturation Any other physical characteristic Factors That Influence Body Image And Self-Esteem Different factors can influence our perception of body image and self-esteem. We have power over some of them. On the other

1601, 2019

What The Psychology Of Jealousy Reveals About Relationships

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Jealousy can be a constant worry, can take over one’s life and we can refer to a lot of different psychology of jealousy situations and behaviors. For Ellen Berscheid (an American social psychologist), jealousy would have to do with the interdependence of lovers. In her psychology of jealousy theory of interdependent emotion, she explains that as soon as a relationship between two people is permanent, there is dependence between these two people. Both members of the couple have common goals and/or rely on each other. So, everyone can either facilitate things or complicate them. According To This Theory, Romantic Relationships Are Built Through Several Phases. As soon as two human beings are interdependent, the conflict is inevitable: if our couple has shared goals, we remain, distinct individuals, with different desires. Each member of the couple can potentially disrupt the

1501, 2019

How to Reduce Premature Aging: 6 Things You Should Pay Attention to

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We all age and no matter how much you spend on cosmetic surgery, premature aging is a reality and your appearance will change as you get older. Our face is how we face the world, it’s probably the first thing we notice in a person and we make judgments about a person’s age and lifestyle based on their facial appearance. Premature aging can bring with it its own special beauty, but it can also make your face look tired and unhealthy. In order to maintain healthy looking skin and prevent premature aging, you need to look after your face and the sooner you start, the better. 1. Nothing ages you faster than worry ‘Careworn’ is an adjective our grandparents would have recognized, the fact that nothing ages you like stress is not a new discovery. Stress releases cortisol which causes

2111, 2014

5 Simple and Effective Ways to Economically Heat Your Home

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As sure as the night follows the day, energy prices seem to rise year after year. Because of this, you have to be more frugal with how you heat your home. For many people, this means simply not heating their homes as much and simply putting up with the cold, this can be detrimental to health and those seriously struggling to pay energy bills should contact their energy supplier and ask for help. But what can be done to heat your home without spending a fortune? We will discuss some cost-effective and low-tech solutions to keeping warm during winter and reducing those energy bills. 1. Draught-proof Draughts are a major cause of heat loss within homes and can make your home feel a lot colder than it actually is. Draught proofing alone could save around 10% on your energy

2208, 2014

7 Ways That Yoga has Helped Me

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After dealing with anxiety for as long as I can remember, I have always looked for other ways to keep myself calmer. I really struggle to keep myself in the here and now at times, always worrying about things that haven’t happened yet. It’s been crippling at times as it’s not as easy to just “stop it”. Yoga has really helped me to center on the here and now. So I thought I’d jot down the 7 ways that yoga has helped me as hopefully, it will help someone else too. 1. Just breathe! Whenever at any previous workout or fitness session when I was told to take deep breaths I used to do them quickly and not really think about what my body was doing. I wasn’t feeling my chest expand and feeling the air leave my nose,

1607, 2014

5 Mind-Blowing Lessons from Psychedelics Experts

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A recent online course unraveled psychedelic science, medicine, art, and spirituality. The problem with banning anything out of a fear of the unknown is that many unknowns will remain. Such is the story of many psychedelic drugs in the U.S. While the government has experimented with various psychedelic compounds (take the CIA's secret attempts at LSD mind-control between 1953 to 1964) over the years prohibition has become the name of the game. In response to a cultural upheaval beginning in the 1960s that saw more and more people independently experimenting with mind-altering drugs, the U.S. government has cracked down on every psychedelic it can muster, often without first exploring their potential medical uses. The U.S. Department of Justice has demonized psychedelics, listing many of them (including LSD, psilocybin mushrooms, and MDMA) as felony-status, schedule I substances with "high potential

412, 2018

3 Millennials Characteristics That Make Them Different from Other Generations

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Millennials characteristics are things that fascinate everyone. But what makes them so different from other generations? Those born between 1980 and 2000 – or millennials – are generally more tech-savvy and extremely self-confident. They are probably university-educated so they have a clear plan for career development. But, they are also seen to be "addicted" to the online world. A study showed that 65% of millennials state they and their routine would be more affected by losing their phone or computer than by losing their car. Millennials characteristics also stretches to the usual money worries of those before, but with a difference. Millennials are the ones struggling to buy housing. Plus, they are the ones who found the job hunt a struggle after university thanks to the recession. However, whether we like it or not, millennials are the future and currently