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T-Raises: Stand with feet hip width apart, holding a dumbbell in each hand. Bend at your knees, lean forward, keep back straight. Hold weights in front of you and move to sides forming a T. Mountain Climbers: Get into plank position. Bring left knee to chest and pull it back. Bring right knee to chest and replicate a climbing motion. Repeat for about 8 to 10 reps.
Walk around your office or take a stroll outside every 1 hr. Walking helps burn calories, boosts your creativity and improves mood. Use standing and walking desks. Soothe stiff muscles with regular desk yoga and stretching exercises. Organize your office to encourage activity, creativity and allow movement.
Massaging your heels with medicated oils, ghee or honey or even soaking your feet in a warm salt water bath can help heal cracks while infusing the skin in that area with moisture. Applying a mix of herbs such as aloe vera, neem, and red ochre can also help manage the painful symptoms of cracked heels.
Headaches- massage your big toe in circular motions; Stress - Use a ring created by thumb and index finger and twist the opposing wrist gently. Sleep disorders - massage center of the big toe and fingers; Cold flu- massage the finger tips on your hand to just above the knuckle; Digestion- lock your fingers around a tennis ball and rub it on the bottom of your palm.
Experts recommend that increasing consumption of watermelons can decrease the risk of obesity, diabetes and heart disease! One cup of diced watermelon (152 grams) contains 43 calories, 0 grams of fat, 2 grams of sodium, 11 grams of carbohydrate (including 9 grams of sugar and 1 gram of fiber) and 1 gram of fiber. Some health benefits of watermelons are they help prevent asthma, prevent cancer, reduce risk of blood pressure, reduce inflammation and are great for the skin.
Coconut water contains a high amount of potassium and antioxidants. Hawaiians refer to coconut water as “Noelani”, which means ‘Dews from the heavens’. Here are are all the immense benefits of coconut water that justifies this name. It helps prevent dehydration, contains anti aging properties, is great for the skin, aids in weight loss, is a natural hangover remedy, improves immunity, digestion, regulates blood pressure, improves kidney function and fuels the brain and the body.
Skin cancers including melanoma, basal cell carcinoma, and squamous cell carcinoma often start as changes to your skin. They can be new growths or precancerous lesions, changes that are not cancer but could become cancer over time. Some early signs to recognize skin cancer could be asymmetry in moles, blurred or uneven edges, different and changing colors, and change in shape and size of the mole.
Did you know lemon peels are nutritional powerhouses? Lemon Peels contain a spectrum of vitamins, minerals and fiber (calcium, potassium, and vitamin C) that can give you a nutritional boost. A few ways you can make use of your leftover lemon peels are by making lemon olive oil, lemon ice cubes, remove trash can odor with lemon peel, microwave cleaner, cutting board sanitizer, skin brightening scrub and even use them as a anti repellent.