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2. What should be the INTENSITY of work out should YOU be doing based on your body type? 3. How long (TIME) should you be exercising and why?
4. What TYPE of exercise program should be having to have a healthy body?

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  • Réponse publiée par: villatura
    Paracetamol so that your sick will be gone? ?
  • Réponse publiée par: elishakim80

    First of all,  we must answer the question: how are drugs classified anyways?

    Drugs are classified based on their use, characteristics, chemical effects, dangers, and others. By classifyiung drugs, medical professionals will have an easier time prescribing medicine to their patient due to the simple fact that it is already listed in a neat, but long list.

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  • Réponse publiée par: joyce5512

    Over nutrition

    Explanation:

    Over nutrition takes place when a person eats more and gets nutritional requirements beyond the needed amount.

    But when the person eat less and not get enough nutrition the diseases cause is malnutrition which is opposite of over nutrition.

  • Réponse publiée par: RoseTheShadowHunter

    No, neck stiffness does not apply to me. I experience stiff necks only when I am sitting or sleeping without exercising the proper posture. As a remedy, I bought a neck pillow which I use to avoid stiff neck. I also drink medicine to ease the pain in my neck.

    Stress and Stress ManagementStress defined

    Stress is a term widely used in the aspects of psychology and physical health. Throughout the years, stress has affected people in various ways, most notably by affecting them directly. Thus, it is of utmost importance to have a proper knowledge and understanding regarding stress so people would be aware of the early warning signs.

    Stress is an emotional feeling. It causes different reactions from an individual which range from being frustrated, being sad, being emotional to being depressed. It is the product of the things we experienced, as well as the feedbacks we get from other people.

    Causes of stress

    Stress is caused by a lot of things. These range from very minute and little things to the most intense ones. There are those who get stressed by simple things, whereas there are those, on the other hand, that only get stressed when they are put under extreme pressure or are experiencing really challenging experiences. Below are some of the factors that cause stress:

    Pressure (from yourself, parents, and friends)Expectations (from yourself, parents, and friends)Noise (most especially, loud noises)Unhealthy dietLack of things (money, etc)Death of a loved oneMoving from one place to anotherDivorceTerminal illness or diseaseAnxiety and low self esteemStages of stress

    Since stress is a valid emotional feeling, individuals who experience stress undergo various stages. The three most known stages of stress are the following:

    Alarm stageResistance stageExhaustion stage

    Alarm stage

    The alarm stage is the initial stage wherein the symptoms of stress are most notable. Some individuals have the tendency to react against the event. This includes getting out of the place as soon as possible or shutting people up to the stress will not be triggered. It affects us by increasing our heartbeats or giving us uneasy feelings.

    Resistance stage

    This is the second stage of stress. This is where our bodies begin to calm down and lower our heart beats. Aside from that, there are also signs that can be found on this stage such as irritation, frustration, etc.

    Exhaustion stage

    This is the last stage of stress and the most dangerous one. We should not let stress get this far. When we experiences stress for long periods of time, it affects our overall physical, mental, and emotional health. Signs of this include burnout, depression, etc.

    Stress Management

    There are hundreds of ways to manage stress. Some of the ways of managing stress are mentioned below:

    Think positivelyAvoid overthinkingTalk with someoneSleep wellTake medicinesSeek a help from psychiatristDo something that you enjoyTravel

    Refer to the following links for additional information regarding stress:

    Opinion regarding stress

    Impact of stress to studies

    Who should people talk to when stressed?

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