Maybe you just got dumped, haven't had sex in longer than you'd like to admit or are just really horny. Whatever the reason, a one-night stand could be the cure. However, if you're new to sex with strangers, you might be a little leery. Before you hit the clubs on the prowl, check out these pros and cons to make sure the experience is really what you want.
Let's start with the pros of a... Read More
Having control of blood sugar levels is never too easy, which is what makes The Sugar Solution even more intriguing. Bad sleeping habits, depression, sluggishness, inability to lose weight can all be attributed to an imbalance of blood sugar. The Sugar Solution fights all of these symptoms by putting the... Read More
There are two essentially important things that Americans are struggling with -- health and fitness. Records show that the most overweight and obese people on earth can be found in the U.S. There are hundreds of diet and weight loss programs to be found in the fitness circle yet the lack of will power to start is the most difficult aspect to deal with.
A lot of us are aware that shedding of extra pounds is a key to prevent weight-related... Read More
We live in stressful times, and all that stress can lead to serious bouts of depression.
Typically, when we're depressed, we turn to quick fixes. A tub of ice cream, a candy bar or a box of chocolates. But these only give us a temporary, artificial high, and we feel even worse when the effects wear off.
Depression is thought to be a result of a chemical imbalance in the brain. Three chemicals in... Read More
If you're sick of sex, you needn't feel alone. At some point in life, it happens to everyone. Why are you tired of sex? The reasons vary, and rest assured, whatever they are, there are ways to recapture or boost your interest in sex. Here are some effective ways to re-light your fire.
1. The exhaustion that accompanies many of life's events can cause a wane in your sexual desire. Whether you're working more hours, have a new baby in the house or... Read More
by Lauren B. Wallace
Our moods have a lot to do with our eating habits. Emotional problems, such as unemployment, divorce, or health problems can either decrease our appetite or encourage emotional eating. Even a simple change in our daily routine can sabotage our weight loss efforts. When we feel... Read More
In today's fast-paced, overtaxed and sometimes uncaring society, it can be challenging to find anything to lift your spirits when you get down in the dumps. In spite of how dismal things may appear, there are some things you can do to get happy and enjoy your day. Here are 10 great ways to lift your spirits.
1. Get yourself an attitude of gratitude. For centuries, religious groups the world over have recognized how powerful gratitude is... Read More
As a psychiatrist I know that there is more to overeating and obesity that meets the eye. One big reason that many diets fail is that traditional weight loss programs don't factor in how we process subtle energy, what Chinese medicine terms "life force" or "chi." Subtle energy penetrates and surround the body. Sensitive people who I call intuitive empaths unknowingly overeat in response to being overwhelmed by negative vibes. Empaths not only... Read More
If you are reading this, you have probably already taken the time to figure out what your "sign" is. Chances are that, not only do you know your own sign, but that you know all of the signs of your friends, your family and all of the people you've had crushes on. Who didn't check their horoscope and the horoscope of their beloved when they were teenagers to find out if they would finally get asked out by the one they coveted?
Have you ever... Read More
If you reach for something sweet when you're stressed or angry - or simply out of habit - then you're definitely not alone. Many people reach for simple carbohydrates like candy, ice cream or cookies when they're tired or upset. Some researchers are convinced that carb cravings like this may indicate depression because they're linked to a drop in serotonin - the feel-good hormone, and is marked by a decline in mood and concentration. If... Read More