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A 21-Day Morning Challenge That Can Help You Reduce Fat

Did you know that you can benefit a lot if you exercise early in the morning? It is true. Morning exercise will help you wake up easier and this is a very good option for heavy sleepers. Thus, we are here to present you with a weight-loss challenge that can replace the morning dose of caffeine. When you finish this routine, the body will continue burning calories at an accelerated rate. What this means is that you can be sitting and losing calories at the same time.

Another benefit of this morning workout is that they can save your afternoon time. So, if you have already worked out in the morning, you will not need to do so in the evening when you come back home. You can rest and do other things.

The 21-Day Morning Challenge to Lose Weight

This challenge will give you a short daily workout for three weeks. You will not need to spend your money to buy expensive equipment nor go to the gym. All you will need is a yoga mat and a gym timer app on your phone.

The training routine consists of fat-burning exercises like burpees, inch worms, mountain climbers, squats, skaters and planks.

During the first week, you need to do each exercise read more

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Psychologists Explain How to Stay Calm In An Argument

As we all know, conflict is something we experience almost every day in our lives. Even of you are the calmest and the coolest as well as most collected person in this world, you will still experience some inner trouble at some pint in your life. We find that most people can’t control their emotions when facing conflict. We are here to help and give you ideas how to control yourself:

1. TAKE DEEP BREATHS

Why:  Being able to stay calm, relaxed and well balanced during an argument or a conflict depends on the ability to relax your body. Slow and shallow breathing is your body’s response when confronted with arguments, conflicts or stress. Stopping this natural and evolutionary response will help your body to remain calm. Breathe and inhale deeply.
How: Deeply inhale through the nose before slowly exhaling through the mouth. Smooth, deep breaths will cease the production of two stress hormones – adrenaline and cortisol.

2. CONCENTRATE ON YOUR BODY

Why: When you concentrate on physical sensations that arise during a conflict it permits you to mindfully change these physical sensations. read more

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