Your Brain on Exercise Part 1

Your brain becomes much more active during exercise, “perhaps more active than at any other time,” says Maddock. One way neurons communicate is with electrical pulses, and sometimes entire networks of neurons fire in unison, like a group of soccer fans chanting together at a game. These synchronized pulses are known colloquially as brain waves….

Easy Double Chin Exercises

A double chin appears when fat deposits accumulate in the platysma muscle area, causing the chin region to sag. Aging can also cause double chins, since the skin is no longer as tight as it used to be, thus causing what is colloquially called turkey neck. In either circumstances, the bands of the platysma muscle can become thick…

Benefits of Walking

Walking is often called the perfect exercise. It’s remarkable something so simple putting one foot in front of the other can be so restorative and invigorating. But the medical evidence is compelling. Taking regular brisk walks helps you stay healthy, live longer and boosts your self-esteem and mood. Here are few benefits of walking that…