It goes without saying that nearly all of us want to know how our bodies work, so that we can get the most out of them. Whether you want to increase your brain power, improve the condition of your skin, or try a particular diet as part of a larger weight loss treatment programme, a good knowledge of the finer functions of the body can never hurt.
Over the years, our understanding of ourselves has obviously increased. Doctors and medical experts are learning more and more about the body all the time. But you would be surprised at how much stock we put into hearsay when it comes to our biology. We all like to believe that our parents and grandparents are right when they drop their little nuggets of knowledge on us when we’re growing up – but the truth is, many of these commonly held theories are just myths. Continue reading 5 Popular Urban Myths About Our Bodies
Americans love coffee. Over 80 percent of them drink the caffeinated beverage on a regular basis, and 65 percent of them drink at least 13 cups per week. On average, American coffee drinkers consume 3.2 cups of the beverage every day, and three out of five Americans who drink coffee regularly admit they “need” coffee to start their morning.
Continue reading Is Drinking Coffee A Good Habit Or A Bad Habit?
When a person feels like they no longer have a sex drive, it can be a real downer on relationships. However, there are many ways a person can make their sex drive reappear and get in the mood again. Here are 5 great ways a person can learn to love sex again and give their sex drive the boost it needs. Continue reading How To Increase Your Sex Drive & Get In The Mood Again
Love may be much more than a simple romance. In fact, health professionals report that love involves the release of certain hormones like oxytocin. It is no wonder why songs in pop culture often talk about an “addiction to love,” because the reality is that millions of people actually are addicted to the brain chemicals released when two people are in love. Continue reading Feeling the Love Connection and Intimacy