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When spring rolls around, so do allergies. Most people know that all-too-familiar feeling of allergy season when they wake up with itchy eyes, a runny nose, a scratchy throat and congestion. It’s a miserable welcome to the season of rebirth and can put a big damper on your ability to enjoy the world’s post-winter thaw.
Everyone has a hair shape. Whether straight, wavy, curly or kinky, your hair takes on a distinct pattern that remains every day. But have you ever wondered how hair gets its shape to begin with and why that texture might change over time? These things aren’t random—they have a lot to do with genetics and the chemical structure of hair.
More people experience low libido than you might think! It can be a hard topic to talk about, but lots of women go through dips in their sexual drive throughout their lives, whether short-term, or for longer periods. There are many reasons sexual engagement can falter, and they are as varied as the people who experience it. We’re here to help you learn about what you’re experiencing, and what you can do about it!
Whether you’re an athlete looking to improve muscle strength and recovery or someone who needs extra protein in their diet to stay healthy, protein powder is a great supplement to turn to. Formulated to provide large sums of protein alongside other vitamins and minerals, protein powder can help you increase your daily protein intake for your desired fitness or nutritional results.
Sometimes, hair care can feel like a chore. When you’re running around between work, social events and more, you probably don’t feel like spending a ton of time doing hair masks or treatments when you finally get some time to relax. But hair care doesn’t have to be complex—you can even do it while you sleep!
During the current global pandemic, one of the most important things to focus on is the body’s natural defenses against infection. Our continued health and wellness begins with a strong immune system, as it is our first line of protection against invasive flus, colds, and other illnesses.
During a global health crisis like the current pandemic, people around the world are being urged to stay at home and practice social distancing to prevent the spread of the virus. While doing so is beneficial for the community at large, it can also be isolating, boring and extremely stressful—particularly for people who aren’t accustomed to spending lots of time inside or alone.
For many people, the idea of working from home sounds great. There’s no morning commute, your coffee maker is always available, and you can even work in your pajamas from the comfort of your couch! Unfortunately, in practice, working from home isn’t quite as easy as it seems. Children and pets provide a constant distraction, there are tons of household chores waiting to be done and working from your bed or cushy couch makes you ready for a nap—not ready to be productive! Suddenly, it’s 5 p.m., and you’ve accomplished next to nothing!
In the face of a global health crisis, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed and alone. We’re scared for the health of our family and friends, we’re uncertain about what the future holds and, to top it all off, we have to avoid social situations at a time when we could use a lot of support.