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11 Surprising Health Benefits Of Laughter

Surprising Health Benefits Of Laughter Laughing is healthy: it has been scientifically proven that the cerebral cortex releases electrical impulses within a second after starting to laugh, expelling negative energy from our body. We all love to laugh, but its benefits go far beyond just making us feel good. Laughter improves our health.

18 Tips To Take Care Of The Health Of Your Nails

  Get strong and healthy nails naturally   Nails are highly specialized keratin appendages. Beyond their aesthetic value, these structures have an essential physiological function in our body, as they protect the ends of the fingers and toes from physical forces and infections and participate in the precision of touch.

What Makes Urine Smell Strong or Foul?

What Makes Urine Smell Strong or Foul   What Does Strong Smelling Urine Indicate? The smell of fresh urine is usually fairly neutral if you have a good lifestyle, eating habits, drink enough (typically 1.5 to 2 liters a day) and empty your bladder at regular intervals. But sometimes, even if the urine is fresh, it can have a strong odor, and this is due to several factors. However, sometimes fresh urine can have a strong and unpleasant odor, a different color or cloudy, accompanied by burning or some other body discomfort. If this persists for more than a day, it could indicate a health problem that we should address with a health professional. This is due to several factors HEALTHY and FITNESS explain in this article.

11 Common Myths and Facts About Antidepressants

Myths and Facts About Antidepressants If you have moderate to severe depression that affects your daily life, you and your doctor can discuss treatment options: usually, a combination of antidepressants are prescribed. In research, it has been found that antidepressants are similar in terms of safety and effectiveness. Nonetheless, patients tend to have similar concerns about their use - and you can too. The antidepressants are a very common drug under investigation in 2015-2018, the period in question was used by about 13% of adults. However, despite the widespread use of antidepressants, there are still many myths and misconceptions that accompany their use, which need to be debunked. What Are The Most Common Myths About Antidepressants? Let's take a look at the 10 most common myths and misconceptions about antidepressants. Myth 1: Antidepressants Are Addictive. Fact: Antidepressants are not addictive physiologically or psychologically, but they can cause the disorder if they st

9 Habits That Are Bad For Your Bones

Habits That Are Bad For Your Bones   Common Habits That Are Hurting Your Bones We tend to pay less attention to our bone health, as bone-related problems are considered aging problems. Most people are not aware that small daily habits make them prone to bone disorders. Even if you do not feel the result now, you will definitely have to face the consequences later.

Why Do Wounds Feel Itchy If They Want To Heal

Does Itching  Wound  Indicate  Sign of  Healing?   Everyone must have been hurt whether it is a small cut, laceration, or even a post-operative wound. In addition to causing pain, often the wound will cause itching. Research over the years has shown that wounds, both large and small, tend to itch when  healing . Then, the myth that circulates, the condition of the itchy wound indicates that the wound will heal soon. Is it true that the itchy wound indicates that it wants to heal? Check out the following facts. Why Do Scabs Itch? You have sensitive nerves under your skin, which reacts whenever there is irritation on your skin. This can be something simple like an insect crawling on your skin or more complex like a healing wound. Usually, the itching sensation on the scar occurs as a result of physical stimulation, chemical stimulation, and also nerve regeneration or repair processes.  1.       Physical Stimulation New skin growth can also be itchy. During the proliferative stage

Do You Sneeze After Eating? Here Are The Reasons Why

Sneeze After Eating   Why do I Sneeze After Eating?    Imagine sneezing uncontrollably after eating out in a fine dining restaurant on a dream date . It's embarrassing. Is it still a medical condition? Or is it a difficult trick for your body to play with you? You can be confident that this is a common situation that many people experience. Sneezing is a way to remove irritants and allergens from your body and keep your nasal passages clean. In your case, if you know what this stimulant is, it is very likely that you will get rid of the sneeze completely.