Do you know the truth about dieting or are you still falling victim to the many myths that are circulating around about the topic? Chance are, you have fallen into one (if not more) dieting tips or tricks that have turned out to be totally false. The following are a few common myths about dieting that you need to know so that you don’t fall victim to the many scams that await you.
- Myth – You should eat less than 1000 calories a day.
Limiting your daily intake of calories will help you lose weight. However, sending your body into starvation mode will not. Your body needs fuel to survive and this fuel comes through calories. If you are not eating enough calories to sustain your body it will go into starvation mode and you will struggle to lose weight.
If you’re struggling with the irritating and sometimes painful symptoms of dry eye, you’re probably searching for some answers.
Common symptoms of dry eye include:
• Gritty, Sticky Sensation in the Eyes
• Light Sensitivity
• Reduced Visual Acuity
• A Feeling of a Foreign Body Stuck in Eye
Let’s take a look at some common causes of mystery dry eye.
As the saying goes, 50 may look like the new 40, but ask anyone that age, and it often doesn’t feel like it. But even though those older than 50 may not be able to do everything they did exactly the way they used to when they were younger, there are plenty of ways to work in a heart healthy exercise regimen to reduce the risk for heart disease.
The journal Clinics in Sports Medicine reported an average 20 percent to 30 percent decrease in cardiac output by the age 65. Oxygen absorption decreases about 9 percent for sedentary men and 5 percent for sedentary women per decade. The maximum moving heart rate also decreases about 10 beats per minute per decade, though the resting heart rate alters little with age.
While panic attacks are physically harmless for the most part, they
are unpleasant, frightening and, left untreated, can have a devastating effect on everyday life. Anyone who has visited the
doctor with symptoms of sweating, shortness of breath, heart hammering, dizziness and dread, will have discovered these attacks can be alleviated by a variety of treatments. However, the question
remains of why so many more of us suffer this blight than seemed to be the case with previous generations.
Why the increase?
Is it lifestyle? Is it pollution? Is it food? The answer is probably all three. Lifestyles are faster and more stressful these days;
pollution is rife; but food? We’ve always eaten, haven’t we?
However, wine and caffeine are much larger components of modern
diets, and they are clearly implicated in panic attacks.