Sleeping naked has always been a controversial topic, and definitely not something to discuss over a family dinner. But how much do people actually know about the real benefits of sleeping naked? The answer is quite obvious, given how only 1/3 rd of the people sleep in the nude.
In fact, most of us seem to be too attached to our pajamas and tend to spend the entire weekend in it. But when you do go to bed, Science says it’s high time you consider your birthday suit over pajamas. Multiple surveys have proven it to be an effective remedy for weight loss, which is one of the easiest remedies to date.
Moreover, it can improve skin and promote hair growth, while also preventing unwanted body odors. Talk about cutting your little fortune spent on cosmetics! All you need is to ditch your clothes and you’d fall right into a healthy lifestyle.
Having no barriers of clothes between you and your sleeping partner will also contribute to a healthier relationship and reduce stress levels. Actually, there’s more to this list of benefits than you can imagine. That’s why Snore Mentor has put together an infographic on 13 Reasons Why You Should Sleep Naked.
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Sage is a prevalent herb used worldwide in cooking and herbal medicine. Whether you opt for the fresh or dried form, sage adds a warm, pine-like flavor with hints of rosemary and citrus to any dish.
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Good water is the purest, most wonderful thing you can do for your body! (Well, top three at least…)
Our bodies are around 60% water in total, more so in specific parts such as the blood (90% water) and cartilage (80%). So it’s very easy to dehydrate yourself – and very harmful when you do so.
Spin it around though, and if you hit the 3-4 liters per day that your body requires, you will instantly feel better. Drinking a decent amount of water each day can help your digestion, your skin, and your anxiety. And it can help you to focus, which makes those meditation sessions even more rewarding.
The tricky thing is figuring how to get more water into your life. But it’s just about good habits. This visual guide provides eight easy ways to drink more water. Get it down, and you can start enjoying a purer, more lubricated lifestyle!
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Water is arguably one of the most important items we can—and need to—add to our diet. In fact, we should think of it as a nutrient, just like we do with the vitamins and minerals we get from fruits and veggies.
There are well known—and surprising—health benefits to drinking water. Here are some tips to drink more water no matter how busy you are.
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Matcha is made from the leaves of the Camellia sinensis plant, the same plant used to make all green and black teas. To create matcha, farmers grow tea plants in special shaded conditions, pick the finest young buds, and use a slow-turning granite grinder to rub them into an ultra-fine, vivid jade-hued powder. Matcha powder is whisked into warm water to make traditional matcha tea, frothed with milk to make green-tea lattes, and used to flavor and color various foods.
Green tea is sometimes called the healthiest beverage on the planet. Matcha tea boasts even more nutrients than brewed green tea because it contains the actual tea leaves (rather than just liquid flavored by steeping leaves). In fact, tea made from matcha powder has 137 times more of the potent antioxidant epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG) than brewed green tea, according to one study. Intrigued? Dig into more of the health benefits of matcha and discover 10 delicious and healthy recipes with matcha in the starring role.
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