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June 12, 2017

Health Benefits of Stretching

Most of us know that stretching before engaging in any form of exercise is important. But how important is stretching to your daily routine? We stretch when we’re tired, and we stretch when we don’t want to be tired anymore—a fact that seems to indicate that stretching has benefits on both sides of the spectrum. And so it does. Stretching is an extremely beneficial and healthy means of getting oxygen to cells, and oxygen is what helps cells thrive. As a matter of fact, oxygen is so important to every single cell in our bodies that without it, we begin to die within minutes. The health benefits of stretching are many, including increasing blood circulation to all organs of your body; preventing you from getting injured, particularly while you’re exercising; helping you to develop more flexibility; boosting your endurance levels; increasing your energy levels; reducing cramping and aching; increasing your athletic performance ability; and even lifting your spirits. Following is information regarding daily health tips and benefits of stretching that will help explain why including daily stretching into your life.
March 2, 2015

Health Benefits of Drinking Water

The human body is made up, on average, of approximately 60 percent water. Your body needs to maintain its proper percentage of water in order to keep you in optimal health. Unfortunately, if you’re not drinking enough water on a daily basis that means your health is at risk. There are a number of medical conditions, ranging from mild to severe that can occur if your body doesn’t get the water it needs. From skin to digestion to circulation and even body temperature, water works in your body to keep the whole thing performing optimally. If you’re someone who isn’t drinking enough water every day, you’re likely also experiencing health problems that you may not even realize are directly linked to your lack of H2O consumption. Top dermatologists in New Jersey recommend drinking between 6 and 8 glasses of water daily. Following is information on the health benefits of drinking water that just may convince you to wise up and drink up!