Combine no exercise, poor sleep habits and a family history of heart disease with 1 or more of the above coronary risk factors, and you suffer a dramatically higher than normal risk of contracting at least 1 of the following 5 most common heart diseases.
Metabolism is defined as the number of calories the body needs while at rest. In other words, the body needs a certain number of calories just to sustain bodily functions, like breathing and heartbeat. This number is usually referred to as the basal metabolic rate (BMR).
Before we can talk about how to avoid binge eating, we first have to know what it is. Defined as “a bout of uncontrollable eating driven by at least three emotions: depression, anger and anxiety”, it becomes a vicious circle. You are in the thralls of one (or more) of your controlling emotions, so you comfort yourself by eating, and eating ... and eating.
When your entire family is working together towards a common goal, no matter what it is, your chance of success improves dramatically. The old joke asks, "How do you eat an elephant?" The answer is, "One bite at a time." When your family is also focused on helping you eat the elephant, a seemingly impossible task gets accomplished in a much shorter time.
People who exercise and stay active feel better, regardless of their age. Exercising regularly not only improves the body, but also the mind.