Techniques to defeat Stress without Meds or Shrinks [Infographic]

Stress isn’t something that has to be tolerated. You need to get rid of it for your own good.

There are just too many things that can cause stress nowadays. And work stress usually takes the crown. Things have gotten so bad that it can even cause a medical condition in the form of chronic stress.

But fear not. If you feel that you’re getting stressed-out occasionally, there’s no need to search for medication. In situations like this, the right approach and a thought-out strategy usually help out a lot.

And that’s what our infographic is for. We’ve gathered the best 18 techniques that can help you defeat stress without having to take pills or turn to any radical methods. You’ll also find a handful of quick tips to make the process even more simple.

Have a look through the infographic, and you’ll find a way of fighting stress that works the best for you.

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Turmeric Tea Benefits [Infographic]

Turmeric powder is an often underrated and underused ingredient. While often thought of as little more than a curry powder, it serves at as a brilliant detox agent. But specifically why should you start including it in your diet?

Turmeric is packed full of health benefits. From acting as an anti inflammatory, to boosting liver function, to even helping your skin’s complexion, it’s a powerful little powder.

The best way to enjoy it is as a tea. As unusual as that might sound, when mixed with honey, milk and pepper it’s delicious, and a great option to have regularly as part of any detox or diet.

Enjoy this infographic of why you need to make turmeric tea part of your diet today.

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How to Remove Mold naturally [Infographic]

Molds are found both indoors and outdoors, and while some molds are harmless, others can cause allergic reactions in you and your family. Symptoms of mold exposure include a cough, asthma symptoms, shortness of breath, hypersensitivity pneumonitis and respiratory illness. Mold is especially dangerous to infants and young children, as prolonged exposure can cause lifelong respiratory issues.

Mold is caused by humidity in the air combined with oxygen, darkness and mold spores. If you live in a poorly ventilated home, you may have recurring mold problems. You’ll also want to repair any leaks in pipes or the roof immediately.

Mold removal below 10 square feet can be removed by natural remedies. However, for any area larger than 10 square feet, you should seek out a professional for mold removal.

In this infographic, you’ll learn about AerIndustries covers How to Remove Mold Naturally to help you identify and eliminate mold in your home.

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Life gets better when you Quit Smoking [Infographic]

It’s well known that smoking is a direct cause of cancer, with the tar and nicotine found in cigarettes vastly increasing the chances of contracting the deadly disease at some point in a person’s life. But what other reasons are there to quit smoking altogether?

Whether you’re looking to ensure you always have the freshest breath when you go in for a smooch, or you want to keep your fingers and teeth stain-free, find out how giving up this vice will make a massive difference.

Check out the useful infographic which we’ve produced on the subject, highlighting some of the core benefits you’ll experience from giving up the habit for good. Discover some of the most important reasons for stopping below.

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Alarming Indoor CO2 Levels [Infographic]

The indoor air quality in our homes can be worse than we think – and it could be leading to a wide variety of health problems. Thanks in part to super-efficient modern homes, we may be living in homes filled with volatile organic chemicals such as formaldehyde and benzene that could be having a dangerous long-term impact on our health.

An expert on indoor air quality, Professor Colbeck explains that both outdoor and indoor air need to be considered when evaluating air quality indoors. He says outdoor air pollution in the present day mostly involves nitrogen oxides and particulate matter from traffic emissions.

Unfortunately, while outdoor air pollution is regularly discussed, indoor air pollution gets little attention. This is despite the fact that, as Dawson points out, “Indoor air pollution can be up to five times worse than outside air pollution.”

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