Monthly Archives: December 2014

Living With Low Blood Pressure

Being healthy means to keep your body in a ideal situation. That means that your brain, heart, kidney and all other organs should work perfectly well.
We can define “perfectly well” as feeling good.
Or the situation when all of your organs are functioning continuously with no stops, with less ups and down, then everything goes on the way that is suppose to do. Continue reading Living With Low Blood Pressure

Skin And Beauty Care Tips

Sometimes a woman needs a little help looking her best. And that is why we have put together a fantastic skin and beauty care tips to ensure you have a health and beautiful skin. They include the following:
Protect your skin from the sun
  • Protect yourself from the sun: Protecting your skin from the sun is one of the most important ways to take care of your skin. Long periods of sun exposure can cause age spots, wrinkles and many other skin problems. Apply sunscreen, with an SPF of at least 15 and reapply every two hours. Moreover try to avoid the sun between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.

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Scalp Tattoo Micropigmentation Treatment Explained

Scalp Micropigmentation is a life changing treatment. It is an immediate and one of the quickest solutions to baldness. It is a process of having your scalp tattooed with tiny micro dots which resemble a buzz cut hairstyle. The treatment mimics your hair follicles, it simulates a full front, side and rear hairline.


Scalp pigmentation doesn`t penetrate the skin as deep as normal tattooing and it hurts as much as having a regular tattoo done, anaesthetics are involved sometimes but only if necessary, there is no scarring and it is not that expensive, certainly not more expensive than hair transplant. The treatment is permanent but it can be reversed, having the chance of changing your mind in five or ten years is one of this treatment`s perks.

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A Confession from a Previous Vegan – Alexandra Jamieson

I found this article interesting. It’s about Alexandra, a women who has been a vegan previously. Now she is not.
Here is her story.

Dear friends,

I am no longer vegan.
And I am still passionately devoted to helping as many people reach their ultimate health as I can. By helping them accept their cravings and working with their unique bodies to create lives of meaning, freedom and radical self-acceptance. Continue reading A Confession from a Previous Vegan – Alexandra Jamieson