Acne and Exercise

January 24th, 2008

Moderate exercise is actually good for your skin. It helps you maintain a healthy body and manage your stress levels, too. If you find your Acne is aggravated by regular exercise, then you may want to examine your routine. What do you wear? Where do you go? How hard do you work?

Exercise-related Acne is usually caused by something you put on your body rather something you do with it. Remove these outside factors, and you may put an end to your workout breakouts. Here are just a few things to watch for.

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A healthier, happier and more successful you

January 24th, 2008

You can become a healthier, happier and more successful person by making a few simple changes to your lifestyle. You will have to make changes to the overall you, not just change the amount of exercise you do or your diet. The secret to achieving happiness and a healthier you is to balance your body and mind in harmony, it is only when we are balanced in physical health, mental and spiritual that we are truly healthy.

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Alternative Medicine Basics

January 24th, 2008

Alternative Medicine is a term that refers to medical practices outside of conventional medicine. Alternative solutions are sometimes new and untested in the scientific realm of conventional medicine, stamped with approval of the federal government. Also, they sometimes focus around or contain a religious, spiritual or metaphysical element. Here are some popular alternative medicinal solutions.

Acupuncture – This is the art of inserting tiny needles underneath the skin that stimulate targeted body spots. Acupuncture is most often used to relieve pain and heal the body.

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Living with arthritis

January 24th, 2008

While Arthritis is usually considered to be a condition that affects the older generation, it can affect people of any age. It can affect any part of the body and there are thought to be over 200 different forms of the disease. However, the three most common types of Arthritis are osteoarthritis, rheumatoid and juvenile Arthritis.

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