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Do You Exercise Too Much?

Do You Exercise Too Much?

Exercise is an essential part of a healthy lifestyle. It has a vast range of benefits from helping you to maintain a healthy weight, to boosting your immunity and fighting off disease. Regular exercise can improve your mental health, increase your circulation, improve your social life and mood, and help you to sleep. Your skin might be brighter following exercise, your muscles will be stronger, and your overall fitness will be improved. Even better, there’s no right way of doing it. Some people enjoy running, others hate it and would prefer to do an hour in the gym. Some people struggle to make time to exercise and so focus on YouTube workouts or fitting more walking into their day to day life. But, however you choose to exercise, have you ever considered that you might be doing too much?

Many people have the opposite problem, they find it hard to make the time to exercise, and they have trouble staying motivated long term. But, not everyone. Some of us are going to the gym too often, pushing ourselves too hard. Exercising too much could damage your heart, your muscles, your mind, and even leave you with a frightening exercise addiction. Too much exercise can mean that after sustaining an injury and seeking help from a personal injury lawyer, you struggle to get back to normal and fully recover. 

Do You Exercise Every Day?

Exercising every day can seem like a great idea. You’ll burn more calories and see faster results, right? Well, maybe. It really depends on what you are doing. If you are hitting the gym and working out at an intense level, you should have a day off between workouts to give your muscles the chance to repair and strengthen. If you don’t want to take entire days off, use rest days to practice yoga or go for a long walk.

Do You Ache All of the Time?

It’s normal for your muscles to ache after a tough workout, it’s good even. But, you shouldn’t feel like this all of the time. If you constantly hurt, even following days off, then you might be pushing yourself too hard. 

Have the Results Stopped Coming?

Have you reached the point where you are in the gym everyday but seeing no results? Has your progress plateaued? When this happens, it’s tempting to push harder, and add an extra workout. But, it’s often because your body has got used to the same routine. Instead of working out for longer, try something new. Change your routine, and you might find that you get better results even if you drop a workout or two. 

Are You Tired?

We all get tired sometimes, it usually just means that you are working hard and need a good night’s sleep. The tiredness that you get from exercising too much is a little different. If you feel like you are always tired like you can’t concentrate and even walking to the car is a considerable strain on your body, it’s time to cut down and give yourself a break. 

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3 Ingredients Drink Can Help you Get Rid of Migraine in a Minute

By Guest Blogger, Vanessa R.

3 Ingredients Drink Can Help you Get Rid of Migraine in a Minute

 

If there is one thing I hate, that is a migraine. I just hate headaches. And I am sure I am not the only one.

There is just something extremely irritating in a migraine you cannot get rid of.

According to statistics, migraines affect almost 40 million Americans. So, chances are, if you do not suffer from constant migraines, one of your friends does.

To help you, and your friends, I will reveal a secret drink that I have found out to help me through the years.

If you want to help your friends, show them and point them to the drink. And always have it on your mind for the next time you suffer from an irritating and painful headache.

Causes for Migraine and Symptoms

If you are constantly suffering from a migraine, you probably already know the symptoms.

But for those who are not familiar with the symptoms, they include numbness, tingling, dizziness, tiredness, nausea and sometimes even vomiting.

Sensitivity to noise, smell and light is a common symptom and accompanies your migraine always.

Migraines can last up to 72 hours, and I am sure you wouldn’t like to suffer as much.

What you also need to know that migraines are often caused by stress and allergies.

However, the main factor contributing to migraines is dehydration and imbalance in your electrolyte levels.

Alcohol, stress, vitamin deficiencies can trigger a migraine, but the cause is always dehydration.

Drinking a lot of water can help you prevent migraines as you will keep your electrolyte at a high level.

One of the most important electrolytes is magnesium, so make sure to get more of that as well.

But if you do get a migraine, it doesn’t hurt to have a quick solution to the problem.

The Drink

Now all you need for this drink is a cup of water, juice from one fresh lemon, and just two teaspoons of sea salt.

The trick here is to use good quality salt, something like Himalayan sea salt for example.

With good salt, lemon juice, and water, you are getting more than 80 different minerals, magnesium included.

Good quality salt also helps you reduce pain and inflammation from a headache, as salt raises serotonin levels.

Mix all the ingredients together, and drink it bottoms up.

I know it is an old folk remedy, and you might be reluctant to use it.

But believe me when I say it, there are many natural and home remedies for almost every disease and illness, and many of them are as effective as traditional medicine or sometimes, even more effective.

And if you do not believe me, think about this for a second.

Do you know what happens when you go to emergency room for a migraine attack?

You get injected with electrolytes.

So why go to the emergency room for electrolytes, when you can make a quick remedy at home or at work?

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