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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.


Can You Get Addicted To Tea CAN YOU GET ADDICTED TO TEA? Drinking hot tea after a hard day at work is relaxing, but too much of it will cause you certain side effects. The danger of drinking excess tea occurs due to the reaction of caffeine and tannins in a person's body.  

7 Differences Between Chiropractic Treatment And Physical Therapy

  Chiropractic vs Physical Therapy Both chiropractic treatment and physiotherapy disciplines are very important for physical rehabilitation and solve ailments in different parts of the body, but they are specialized in treating different pathologies. Injuries, discomfort and musculoskeletal pathologies, that is, all those that affect the bones, muscles and ligaments of the body, are among the ailments with the highest incidence in the population and, in fact, are the first cause of sick leave. There is countless pathology, as well as rehabilitation processes after surgery or an accident, which require the intervention of professionals of the human locomotors system. Some of them to mention here are tendinitis, osteoarthritis , low back pain , dislocations, fractures, muscle breaks, contractures, sciatica , herniated discs, and plantar fasciitis. Preserving the health of our bones , joints, ligaments, muscles, and tendons is essential to enjoy both physical and emotional health. I

15 Calcium Rich Foods To Prevent Osteoporosis

Calcium Rich Foods To Prevent Osteoporosis Calcium is the most abundant mineral in the human body and has relatively high consumption recommendations, since it is essential for the formation and maintenance of bones and teeth . Calcium also plays an important role in other body functions, such as the production of  hormones , the formation of some tissues, blood clotting, muscle contraction, and relaxation movements, and the correct functioning of neurons in sending nerve signals. Our body is unable to synthesize calcium; therefore eating foods rich in calcium becomes essential. Calcium is a macro-mineral present in the body of all living beings, although with differences in terms of quantity. In plants, for example, calcium represents 0.007% of their mass; but in animals, this percentage rises to 2.45%. In other words, 2.45% of our body are calcium, which remains dissolved in our body tissues, both solid (especially bone) and liquid (such as blood). It is, therefore, the most

Understanding the Differences Between Rheumatoid Arthritis and Osteoarthritis

  Differences Between Rheumatoid Arthritis and Osteoarthritis What Is The Difference Between Osteoarthritis And Rheumatoid Arthritis? Rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis are two different diseases, despite two "sound" very similar and both affecting the joints causing joint problems. Let's see the differences between them. It is logical that rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis are confused, that is why in this article we will review the differences between these two disorders. The term "arthritis" is used a lot as if it was a single condition, but the word can refer to many different types of conditions that involve joint pain. One is degenerative - osteoarthritis (OA) - and the other is an autoimmune condition - rheumatoid arthritis (RA). Broadly speaking, rheumatoid arthritis is a curable disease caused by an inflammatory process in the joint, while osteoarthritis is an irreversible disease caused by the wear and tear of cartilage. These two rh