Healthy Blog

Common Cricket Bowling Injuries

Monday, January 08, 2018

Aссоrding tо rеѕеаrсh conducted bу Jоhn Orсhаrd intо сriсkеt injury, 9% of сriсkеtеrѕ аrе injured аt аnу роint in timе. Bowlers аrе аt inсrеаѕеd risk оf injurу аѕ wеll, with 15% of them fаlling ѕuѕсерtiblе tо injurу аt any givеn time. Sоmе cricket injuriеѕ саn аbbrеviаtе саrееrѕ оf good сriсkеtеrѕ likе Iаn Biѕhор-whо had persistent bасk injuries. Clearly, knowing how to рrеvеnt injuriеѕ during a сriсkеt mаtсh can ѕаvе уоur саrееr. Cricket iѕ a multi-dimеnѕiоnаl sport where рlауеrѕ еngаgе in a widе range оf асtivitiеѕ (bаtting, bоwling and fiеlding). Read more

12 Things to Add to 2018 For a Healthier, Happier Year

Thursday, January 04, 2018

Every new year, we don’t forget to add the resolution of cutting back on unhealthy choices, or even hitting the gym to achieve our long-desired health goals. However, most of us fail to do any of that. But why? It’s because of the extremely tough goals that are impossible to start with. However, there is an easy way to live a healthier, happier year. The best part: it won’t even cost you a dime in the most cases. Read more

How to Fix a Running Blister Fast

Monday, June 26, 2017

Blisters are a real nuisance to runners and are caused by friction between your skin and your socks or shoes.  Other common causes are poorly-fitting shoes and foot problems like bunions, heel spurs and hammer toes. Read more

Are kids really getting fatter? Get the FACTS here

Thursday, June 22, 2017

Although this is the world’s first non-contagious pandemic (obesity/diabetes), the solution is already in the scientific literature. We begin with two simple statements: (1) many junk foods, especially fructose misuse, are indeed harmful; and (2) erroneous concepts obscure that, obscure even the very biological basis of obesity. One major conceptual barrier is the notion, “a calorie is a calorie.” There are many reasons calories are not all alike in weight control. Read more

Easy Healthy Eating Tips: Healthy Eating and Supplements for Good Joint Health

Thursday, June 15, 2017

A lot of people only associate healthy eating with weight loss. Well, there is more to healthy eating than just weight loss or weight management. Good nutrition is crucial to our general well-being and can help maintain or restore the perfect functioning of our body organs and systems, which includes joints. Our joints are constantly under strain supporting our body weight, and therefore occasionally suffer from varying degrees of wear and tear, which may include inflammation and damage. The cartilage between the joint bones act as shock absorbers and protects the joints. Healthy eating and supplements can help maintain joint health. So, which foods and supplements are crucial for good joint health? Read more

CrossFit. What is it and should I get into it?

Tuesday, June 06, 2017

CrossFit Concepts Read more

Top 8 Summer Holiday Health Regime Tips

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

The summer holidays are around the corner and it’s like the perfect time to work on your health regime. But getting a better health would require you to have a predetermined knowledge about the type of diet and nutrition that would work best for you body. A fitness enthusiast or not, these dietary changes would do wonders for your mind, body and skin.  Read more

WHAT IS THE “CLICK” IN SPINAL MANIPULATION?

Monday, March 20, 2017

Many physiotherapists and osteopaths use a specific technique that’s more commonly known as High Velocity, Low-Amplitude Thrust. This High-velocity Thrust (HVT) is relatively pain-free and gentle and is used to restore the normal functionality of the spinal joints. Spinal manipulation involves sending a short-range, but fast impulse through the spinal joints. This impulse causes the joints to move slightly more than what they are normally used to. If you have ever heard about spinal manipulation; this is what it is.  Read more

Why do people fall?

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Most people never ask this question. If they did, they would most likely have a better chance of preventing a fall from happening or reduce the frequency of the likelihood of it occurring. The fundamental reason why people – young or old fall is quite simple – challenge to or loss of balance or strength. To put in more simply, an individual falls because they experience an event that challenges their stability or strength. If one is overwhelmed by this challenge they lose balance and the ability to remain upright, hence the fall.  Read more

How Anyone Can Benefit From Sports Massage therapy

Monday, March 06, 2017

In this time and age, individuals are investing hours behind their office desks, sitting on the uncomfortable office seat, and snapping onto the keyboard keys, quirkily. People who like to do everything sitting in front of their desk, tend to have the what’s commonly known as the “Sitting Disease”. Office work requires mental ability, and sitting at your work area for long timeframes could incur a significant damage to your body.  Read more