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Walk, jog, or run?- What is best for you?

Walk, Run, or jog: What is best for you?

Walk, jog, or run? – This is the most common dilemma which people face. There are various assumptions regarding them. So, what’s your pick?  All of us are aware of the benefits of staying active. We already have put a lot of emphasis on the importance of physical activity, and how it saves you from many cardiovascular diseases like- heart attack, high blood pressure, etc.  All of these exercises will not only protect you from diseases but will also keep…

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Benefits of fasting, Backed by science

BENEFITS OF FASTING, BACKED BY SCIENCE

Fasting is practiced in different parts of the world since ancient times and continues even now. It plays a primary role in various religions and cultures. Now, it is gaining more importance due to the benefits associated with it. Some of them are backed by science, and some we can observe ourselves while fasting. Here we will see the benefits of fasting, backed by science.  Fasting is refraining from all or some kinds of food or drink, primarily as a religious…

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Why the world needs more empathy?

WHY THE WORLD NEEDS MORE EMPATHY?

Empathy is not that common and, the world needs more of it. But, how is it going to make a change? How is it different from sympathy? Do we have that in us? Let’s talk about this. But, first, let’s differentiate between the two. Understanding the difference: Empathy is when you get into the shoes of the other person.  Let me put this in a story format: Imagine someone being abused or bullied in your office, school, or college. Empathy is when…

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How does your music playlist improve workouts?

Music and workout always go well together. And, most of us will agree with this because of personal experiences. For some picking themselves from the couch and exercising is victory. But, staying motivated throughout the workout isn’t easy. So, here music plays a significant role, and let’s see how. And, the reasons are more than just personal experiences. No one would like to forget their earphones while heading for a workout, and the study shows that two out of three people cut…

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Body Shaming: The invisible pandemic

Body Shaming: The invisible pandemic

Globally, the prevalence of body shaming is as high as 25 to 35 percent.  Our perception of an ideal body has now changed to a greater extent. There’s more to life than this, and everything you see or hear on social media isn’t true.  Body shaming is an act of making fun of or deriding someone’s physical appearance. And, it is not limited to fat-shaming. Body-shaming is a broad term and includes height shaming, thinness shaming, hair color, body shape, muscularity,…

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