When done regularly this simple exercise can improve sex for both men and women. For men this exercise can improve sexual stamina, lower the risk of premature ejaculation and improve hip flexibility for more grove in the bedroom. For women it can intensify orgasms and enhance their partners pleasure. Give it a try and have better sex with your partner.
The desk job has become the norm in America and across most of the Western world. Many of us are virtually chained to our desks, working on our computers, answering emails, teleconferencing and doing Skype meetings. For most, the only reason to get up out of our chairs is to take a quick bathroom break, and then it’s back to the desk to type up that report or send out that follow-up e-mail. According to a poll of 6,300 people by the Institute for Medicine and Public Health, Americans spend an average of 56 hours each week just sitting. That’s up by eight percent in the last twenty years. We are also contending with longer commutes to work, leaving us sitting in our car fighting traffic for longer periods of time each day, and causing us to be more sedentary than ever before. But it’s not just our jobs that encourage all this sedentary behavior; it’s also what we do when we are off work. Continue reading
You should try to do this exercise for one minute (it’s always alright to rest if you get tired then start again when your feeling up to it)then rest for a minute or two. repeat 5 times.
One of the hottest new products on the supplement market today is deer antler velvet. Its said to speed healing, enhance male sexual performance and improve strength and stamina in athletes and is band in many professional sports as an performance enhancing drug. But did you know deer antler velvet has been used in Chinese medicine for centuries? The first recorded use of deer antler velvet as a medicine dates back more than two thousand years to a tomb in Hunan Province where an ancient scroll was recovered that listed over 50 different diseases that deer antler velvet was prescribed to treat. Deer antler velvet is still used today by Chinese medicine doctors all over the world.
This story was written by Linda Carroll NBC News contributor and appeared on NBC News Health. get more health news from NBC at http://www.nbcnews.com
If you’re overweight or obese, it may pay off to shed even just a few extra pounds.
Excess weight can knock years off your life even if your cholesterol, blood pressure and blood sugar are in the healthy range, a new study suggests.
Scrutinizing the combined data from eight earlier studies, Canadian researchers have concluded that there is no such thing as “healthy obesity,” according to a report published in the Annals of Internal Medicine.
Just having good metabolic numbers doesn’t protect you from fat’s deleterious effects, said study co-author Dr. Bernard Zinman, a professor of medicine at the University of Toronto and director of the diabetes center at the Mount Sinai Hospital in Toronto.
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Med Diet Associated with Healthy Aging
A new study published in the Annals of Internal Medicine demonstrates that eating a Mediterranean Diet is associated with greater health and well-being in older age. The study analyzed food frequency questionnaires collected between 1984 and 1986 from 10,670 women in their late 50s and early 60s with no major chronic diseases. Fifteen years later researchers again collected data from the same women and found that those who had adhered to a Mediterranean Diet in middle age were about 40% more likely to live past 70 and to have avoided 11 chronic diseases measured in the study including many cancers, type 2 diabetes, and Parkinson’s disease. Those who most closely followed a Med Diet also were more likely to age without physical disabilities, signs of cognitive impairment, or mental health problems.
Exercises You Can Do In Your Living Room: The Workman
This full body exercise should be done for 1 minute straight then rest for 1 minute. Repeat 5 times.
This article was written by Melissa Dahl and appeared in Today Health. For more great article from Today Health go to http://www.today.com
13 shocks in one race? ER doctors warn about 10,000 volt wires in mud runs
Here is some news that may (or may not) shock you, pun totally intended: Those muddy obstacle course races everyone seems to be doing lately can be dangerous, especially when they involve obstacles charged with 10,000 volts of electricity, emergency physicians say.
Doctors confirmed this in a series of case studies looking at the injuries that happened during a Tough Mudder event in Philadelphia earlier this year. Of the 38 racers treated in the emergency department over that weekend in June, about half suffered electrical injuries.
That’s because this particular event features two obstacles that require runners to brave their way through electroshock: There’s the Electric Eel, in which participants “slide on stomach through frigid water or along layer of ice while shocks hang overhead,” and there’s Electroshock Therapy, in which they “run through a field of live wires (up to 10,000 V).”
When your out there looking for the center piece to your Thanksgiving meal you’ll find yourself faced with several decisions to make about what kind of turkey to purchase for your family. But what does all that stuff on the label really mean? Conventionally raised, organic, beyond organic, pesticide free, all natural, free range and pastured raised. The packaging says no hormones, no anti-bionics, vegetarian diet, heritage and pre-brined, but what does all that mean and which is best for taste and for your families health? Lets take a look at what the terms on the label of your turkey mean and what effect the different processes and breeds of turkey have on both flavor and your health.