WELL-BEING

It should be everyone’s goal, and in fact it’s the biggest benefit of sports and exercise: well-being. Working out should never be a burden.

Inflammatory Intestinal Diseases

Inflammatory intestinal diseases include ulcerative colitis, Crohn’s disease, and indeterminate colitis. What are their characteristics? Characteristics of inflammatory intestinal diseases This umbrella term encompasses diseases and conditions that occur with chronic and recurring inflammation in different parts of the digestive tract,…

The Microbiota: Everything you Need to Know

The digestive system in the human body is very complex. Among some of its most impressive features is the fact that almost a third of our total number of neurons are located there, forming nervous plexuses. But perhaps the most…

Understanding Emotional Sensitivity

Emotional sensitivity is feeling through emotions such as empathy, tenderness or hatred, and jealousy. According to biology, sensitivity is the effect of the perception of internal and external stimuli. In that sense, different stimuli can provoke different emotions. In turn,…

Swollen Legs: Main Causes and Treatment

Swollen legs due to fluid retention are a very frequent problem among the general population, whether they’re athletes or not. Even though fluid retention in itself is a frequent condition, it’s usually associated with bad dietary habits or a lack…

Dealing with Constipation: What can you Do?

Constipation is one of the most frequent causes of medical consultations. Around 2 percent of the American population is dealing with constipation, making it the most common chronic digestive issues. Nevertheless, many constipation complaints come from non-realistic expectations. So, what…

Exercises that Help to Reduce your Cholesterol

According to the recommendations of the Spanish Heart Foundation, to reduce your cholesterol levels you need to follow a balanced diet and engage in frequent physical activities. The same foundation admits that cardiovascular exercise helps to decrease glucose levels and…

How to Improve your Mood in 12 Minutes

Without a doubt, our mind plays a dominant role in our daily life and all of the things we do. Our state of mind can often affect our performance positively or negatively. How can you improve your mood in just…

Tips to Have More Confidence in Yourself

Trusting the people around you and having confidence in yourself is something that reflects in the way you behave. A confident person will have a positive attitude towards the world that will draw other people in. In this sense, developing…

Depression and Sports

There’s an association between sports and depression. Most people believe that physical exercise reduces mental discomfort. However, how true is that statement? In order to find out, let’s investigate the chemical, organic and psychological impact that sports have on people.…

Yoga for Children: First Steps

Parents often dream about their children staying calm for a few minutes, with closed eyes and without speaking! This isn’t impossible! Yoga for children can have a positive impact. In this article, we’ll cover everything you should know about this…

6 Tips for Training During your Menstrual Cycle

The vast majority of women find it hard to maintain a constant workout during their menstrual cycles. It’s normal since menstrual and premenstrual symptoms can make you feel unwell and uncomfortable. As we talk about a situation that even affects…

Orthostatic Hypotension while Exercising

Low blood pressure or orthostatic hypotension can be a problem when we want to exercise. It occurs when we make sudden movements or when the body changes position too abruptly. We’ll tell you everything you need to know here. What…

Tips for Living a Healthier Lifestyle

Implementing healthier changes to your lifestyle isn’t just a benefit, it’s a necessity to live a long life free of diseases and complications. Many factors can impact your well-being as it’s a matter of balance, both mind and body. In light…

How to Combat Violence in Sports?

In recent decades, sports have been used as an incentive to lower the rates of conflict in society. However, violence in professional sports reveals very serious extremist behaviors.  Every day we witness extreme fanaticism, hooliganism, damage to property and even…