Author: Sarah

Hi, my name is Sarah and I’m so happy that you’re here! I've shared my story here

Sciatica is a condition characterized by pain in the lower back and legs that is caused by pressure on the sciatic nerve. This nerve runs from the lower back, through the hips and down the legs. Sciatica can be caused by a variety of factors, including herniated discs, spinal stenosis, and degenerative disc disease. Inversion therapy has been used as a treatment for sciatica due to its ability to relieve pressure on the spinal column and discs. Before using an inversion table for sciatica, it is important to consult with a healthcare provider to determine if it is appropriate for…

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Inversion therapy is a type of treatment that involves hanging upside down to help alleviate pain and discomfort. Inversion tables are a common way to perform inversion therapy, especially for neck pain. Inversion therapy works by taking pressure off the spinal column and discs, which can help to reduce pain and increase mobility. Before using an inversion table, it is important to consult with a healthcare provider to determine if it is appropriate for you. Inversion therapy is not recommended for those with high blood pressure, heart conditions, glaucoma, or neck or back injuries. Step 1: Choose an appropriate inversion…

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If you want to lose weight, you need to eat less – period! Any diet in the world only works because it controls the amount of food you eat. There are lots of different diets, some better than others, but without a doubt they all work because they artop you from eating as much as normal. There are lots of ways to eat fewer calories including: Eat less fat Eat fewer meals Eat smaller meals Eat more protein and less carbs Eat from smaller plates Choose lower calorie options Cut out sugar However, the easiest way to make sure you…

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If you want to lose fat and get fit, you need to exercise. This rule is all-but set in stone. There are lots of different types of exercise you can do, from lifting weights to yoga, and the right one for you depends on your fitness goals, as well as what you enjoy. However, when it comes to burning fat, there are two main exercise approaches that are considered “the best”: Low intensity, steady state cardio Interval training Both methods work but are very different and that means there is some disagreement as to which is best. In this article we’ll…

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Interval training is a very time-efficient way to exercise. In most case, all you need is 20-30 minutes, three to four times a week to get fit, tone up, and lose weight. No more going to the gym to do hour-long aerobic classes and then hitting the weights afterward – in just a couple of hours a week you can sculpt and reshape your body in the comfort of your own home! Interval training is also very good for your health – easily as beneficial as longer, more regular/frequent workouts. I know, it’s hard to believe that a 20-minute workout…

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I enjoy coffee, and I love chocolate, although I don’t have much of either nowadays. I used to start every day with a strong cup of coffee or two and felt tired and headachy if I didn’t. I’d also often have a chocolate bar (or two!) most days to make up for the fact I didn’t have time for breakfast and lunch and needed the energy to keep me going. Needless to say, such an approach to nutrition was very unhealthy, and I don’t do this anymore. Now, I only drink good quality coffee and eat vary dark chocolate occasionally.…

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