People who often ate hamburgers, hotdogs and pizza are fifty one per cent more likely to develop depression than those who rarely or never ate them, according to a study.
Researchers from the University of Manitoba and of the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario, wrote in the Canadian Medical Association Journal said, ‘Virtually without exception, these studies found that physical punishment like smacking, spank was associated with higher levels of aggression against parents, siblings, peers and spouses.’
A California University study has found that sleeping on problem really does help because dreaming provides overnight therapy for painful memories.
China’s ancient exercise qigong originated more than two centuries ago, the Chinese word itself means gathering energy and training it towards the organ or part of the body where energy is needed.
Bulimia nervosa is an eating disorder also known as “binge purge” behavior. It is described “an illness in which a person binges on food or has regular episodes of significant overeating and feels a loss of control,” according to the US National Institute of Health.
A form of meditation like yoga, a massage or taking some deep breaths say for 15 to 30 minutes before work, you may not believe it but experts say that rituals such as this are key to overall health, just as important as physical workout and eating fruits and vegetables.