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‘Zoom’ing Your Way to Eye Strain

Posted by James McCauley on

‘Zoom’ing Your Way to Eye Strain

Thanks to Covid-19, you are probably spending more time than ever staring at a screen. If your eyes are feeling the strain of all those Zoom calls, online conferences and digital entertainment offerings, you should check out Twinlab’s OcuGuard Plus with Lutemax 2020 Lutein & Zeaxanthin. OcuGuard Plus from Twinlab  Twinlab’s OcuGuard Plus with Lutemax 2020 Lutein & Zeaxanthin is packed with a unique blend of vitamins and antioxidants designed to support the health of your eyes. One of the many things that make this product stand out is that the zeaxanthin and lutein in it are derived from marigolds...

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How Gut Health Affects Your Body

Posted by Susan Rubin on

How Gut Health Affects Your Body

Gut Health is something you may not consider until you have some stomach related uneasiness, yet it can really influence numerous different parts of your wellbeing. Your gut, otherwise called your gastrointestinal parcel (GI lot), is what is associated with the processing, retention, and disposal of the apparent multitude of nourishments that you eat. A solid gut will do those stomach related cycles in a manner that doesn't cause any irritation, swelling, or inconvenience. A solid gut has ordinary development of intestinal microbes. The microorganisms in your gut are additionally called your microflora or microbiome, and are a colossal aspect of...

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Building Better Mental Health: 5 Ways To Stay Emotionally Healthy

Posted by Kevin Anchundia on

Building Better Mental Health: 5 Ways To Stay Emotionally Healthy

When we think about our health, our physical wellbeing is probably the first thing that comes to mind. But another big component to our health is our emotional health. And when it comes to our emotional health, it can be a little tricky to determine when we’re not taking the best care of ourselves. Some of the symptoms of emotional distress may be subtle, and not particularly easy to recognize, especially while you’re experiencing them. Keeping track of your emotional wellbeing requires tuning in to how you’re feeling and responding to situations, and how you’re acting. In order to build...

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Enjoying Life In The Slow Lane: 5 Steps to Mastering the Art of Joyful Living

Posted by Said Alsaleh on

Enjoying Life In The Slow Lane: 5 Steps to Mastering the Art of Joyful Living

Savoring life’s sweet moments may sound like a walk in the park, but for most of us, it can be anything but that. With the pace of life, it can be far too easy to get lost in the bustle of work, school, and family commitments, making it difficult to take in the little moments. Enjoying life in the slow lane takes some practice, but there are definitely some steps you can take, to help you enjoy the sweet stuff. Here are 5 steps to mastering the art of joyful living. Make sure you take time to disconnect from work...

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4 Self-Care Practices: How to Stay Mindful and Safe Amid the Coronavirus Pandemic

Posted by Said Alsaleh on

4 Self-Care Practices: How to Stay Mindful and Safe Amid the Coronavirus Pandemic

  The coronavirus pandemic has led to many concerns for physical health and wellness, and many changes in the way we live our lives. And there’s one big side effect of all of these concerns and changes: harm to our mental health and wellbeing. A majority of people acknowledge that the coronavirus pandemic is taking some sort of toll on their mental wellbeing, and it’s no mystery why. Some of the most basic things we do for enjoyment, like meeting in groups, going to the gym, or going on vacation, have been taken away from us. Not to mention the...

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