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  • Mix Two Ingredients Before Bed And Never Wake Up Tired Again

    In both men and women, the average amount of sleep has been steadily decreasing and in recent years has dropped from 7-8 hours, to 6-7 hours a night. This may not seem like a big difference, but it does make a huge difference to your body!

    During the day, your body is working hard to keep up with your day and it requires the appropriate amount of time to rest, recover, and recharge to do it all over again.

    Most people think that not getting a good night’s sleep simply means you’ll be a little tired the next day, maybe a little foggy. It’s nothing that a cup of coffee can’t fix, right? Coffee does help, but loading yourself up with caffeine is a band-aid solution and not a permanent fix.

     

     

    Lack Of Sleep And Health

    Lack of sleep is a factor in some of the most serious health problems and can be a trigger for illness and disease. Studies have found that people who have a shortened sleep, which is defined by less than 6 hours, are at an increased risk of heart disease.

    In 2011, the European Heart Journal’s review of 15 medical studies involving almost 475,000 people found that people with shortened sleep cycles had a 48% increased risk of developing or dying from coronary heart disease. They also found that these people were also at a 15% greater risk of developing or dying from stroke. Read more 

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  • Here Are The 3 Signs...You Might Have HIV Without Knowing It

    About 36.7 million people worldwide are currently living with HIV, and 1.8 million of those infected are children who contracted the disease from their mothers according to AIDS.Gov. A shocking one in eight people who have AIDS do not even know they have it yet – are you one of them?

     

    While there is no cure for HIV AIDS, if detected early on, antiretroviral treatments, or ART, can keep the disease at bay and allow carriers to lead a fairly normal life. The only way to know for sure whether you have contracted HIV is to be tested for it.

    • December 1 of every year since 1988 is World AIDS Day. It is a day to raise awareness about HIV AIDS, show support for those living with this disease and unite in the fight against the spread of AIDS. It was the world’s first global health day according the the World AIDS Day Website.

      So in order to raise awareness and help you catch the disease early on, here are some symptoms in each stage of the diesease to watch for, according to the Aids Foundation Of Chicago.

    • Stage one

    The signs of HIV infection may not present themselves for years and possibly decades in some, but most people will experience flu-like symptoms 2-4 weeks after infection.

    Headaches, fever, tiredness, swollen lymph nodes, joint pain and a possible rash are all signs of the HIV virus. These are also common symptoms for the normal flu, so if there is any possibility you’ve been infected and these symptoms show up, it’s best to be tested for HIV AIDS and start treatment as soon as possible. Read more

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