8 Practical ways to maintain a healthy stress level

“It’s not stress that kills us, it is our reaction to it” – A famous quote.

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Stress and Its Impact on your Life

When living with a certain healthy level of stress, you feel motivated to do your best, you feel relaxed, and ready to perform under pressure. When living with a high level of stress, you start to feel out of balance.

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Top 5 Ways To Have More Energy After Age 40

We would like a pill or quick fix to everything, ignoring the deeper issues that cause whatever discomfort or ailment that we may be suffering from. This tendency to just bury problems with fast solutions causes these problems to pile up, and we become ticking time bombs.

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The right kind of pre-workout food

The outcome of any workout session or exercise often depends on several factors. One important factor is which food you eat before workout. This kind of food you take before is called pre-workout or pre-exercise food.

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Meditation for anger and concentration management

Without shedding a lot of money on pills and medicines, art of living classes and therapies, you can get back your calm and cool self, manage stress and anger, and get back focus on work and things.

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10 Tips To Stay Healthy

Staying healthy is an art, it’s also a decision. Health depends on several factors, and some of them are out of man’s control and involuntary, while some are completely voluntary and in control of man.

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What To Avoid Before Running

Many people like to run and they spend months training for the marathon. However, one question tends to remain in most people’s mind: what they should eat before the marathon.

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Running 10 – 21k

The biggest difference between a basic 10 k training to a half marathon plan is frequency of training. While a 10 K plan might have you running 3 times a week, a half marathon plan will bring that up to 4-6 times/week.

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Run 5 – 10k

Now is time to start the next training. Running 10 kilometers, sounds hard i know but when you get the hang of it you will hopefully love it as much as i do. But if you can’t run 5 km already, don’t consider doing 10 km straight away, go to my 5 km plan .

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