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Will Wearable Tech Help you to Get Fitter than Ever Before?

Keeping fit used to involve a pair of running shoes and a stopwatch, but technology has well and truly influenced our ability to monitor our performance and fitness levels, meaning you can see just how you and your body are doing in real-time. Wearable tech and fitness gadgets...
Posted On 03 Oct 2016

4 Proven Ways to Give You More Energy

There is nothing worse than feeling flat during your day, especially in the workplace, lack of energy can lead to low levels of performance, poor decision making and a reluctance to want to do anything when you get home from work. Regardless of whether you lead a hectic lifestyle...
Posted On 30 Sep 2016

Addressing 2 Untruths about the Most Advanced Type of Bariatric Surgery

There are many different types of weight loss surgery out there now. One of the newest techniques is the lap band, which has come about after nearly 30 years of success with the gastric bypass. The lap band is a fantastic procedure, although it is not right for everybody. But...
Posted On 28 Sep 2016

Here is What You Need to Consider When Looking For a Dentist

In as much as you may wish to disagree, your dental health is part and parcel of your general health. In the event that you dental health is not as good as it should be, then it follows that your general wellbeing will not be as good as it always is. For example, when you are...
Posted On 27 Sep 2016

The 3 Most Common Injuries in Sport and How to Treat Them

Sporting injuries are an inescapable fact of the game in almost all sports, so knowing the most common types and how to treat them is of the utmost importance for anyone involved, from those looking for physiotherapy jobs to the players themselves. So here’s our list on how...
Posted On 22 Sep 2016

Got Bad Posture? No Worries, Check Out How I Used the ALEX Wearable Posture Tracker and Coach!

This post brought to you by ALEX Wearable Posture Tracker and Coach. The content and opinions expressed below are that of Your Life After 25. Growing up in England I remember going to Catholic school and having to adhere to strict rules of etiquette and always having terrific...
Posted On 16 Sep 2016

Women and Fitness: Unleashing the Power of Protein for Building Lean Muscle

When trying to build up your muscles, protein plays an important role in this. Despite this, many women who are trying to bulk up their muscles will avoid eating too much protein in order to maximize their results. But, if you want to build up your muscles quickly and efficiently...
Posted On 14 Sep 2016

Workout To Stay Fit Without Spending Hours At The Gym!

With lives running on a fast track and we trying to match it every bit, there is hardly any time left for ourselves – our fitness. Some people do take out time for it, but then complain of compromising on their work/career. This article is especially for those people who think...
Posted On 09 Sep 2016

Do Your Kegels: How Kegel Exercises Can Help Both Men and Women!

We often hear the term “do your kegels” but it’s in reference to women only. Check out how kegel exercises can help both men and women improve bladder and sexual health. Laxity of the pelvic floor muscles – one of the reasons the sex life violation, its...
Posted On 01 Sep 2016

Enteral and parenteral nutrition: The differences explained

Years ago, the options were slim for those patients who couldn’t consume foods orthodoxly through the mouth. Now, things have changed and generally patients are provided with two options; enteral and parenteral nutrition. Most people are under the wrongful assumption that...
Posted On 26 Aug 2016

Best Hospitals for Thyroid Treatment in USA

Hashimoto’s disease or hypothyroidism is a condition that you need to take seriously from its onset. To help you seek treatment for your medical condition, it is important you know which hospitals to go to. Most patients are familiar with the ones listed here. These are simply...
Posted On 26 Aug 2016

How to Handle Your Emotions After a Cancer Diagnosis

According to the National Cancer Institute, when a person is first diagnosed with cancer, he or she may deal with an upsurge of emotions. These feelings can change by the minute or hour and can feel frighteningly intense. The important thing to understand is that feelings of...
Posted On 09 Aug 2016