Researchers have found that sedentary, otherwise healthy adults who engaged in as little as 20 minutes of low-to-moderate aerobic exercise, three days a week for six consecutive weeks, reported feeling less fatigued and more energized.
Regular daily exercise is a very most important step toward a healthier lifestyle, according to Jeff Behar, MS, MBA, a personal trainer and popular health and wellness author based in Los Angeles, California. Even if you are not a gym rat, and not a lover of exercse, there are a few simple things that you can do to increase the amount of physical activity during your day and reap some significant health benefits in the process.
A coffee break after an important meeting or class may be just the thing your brain needs to digest new information and improve memory.
A new study suggests that resting while awake aids in memory consolidation and improves memory recall, much like getting a good night's sleep has been shown to do.
Are you or your partner losing interest in sex? A variety of physiological and psychological factors can impact your libido and put the breaks on your sex-drive. Check out these common psychological and physiological factors that can impact your libido.
Cutting back on sodium and increasing physical activity are not the only ways to improve heart health – a good night’s sleep can also help promote cardiovascular health. One expert at the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) says not getting enough sleep can have harmful heart-health effects.