Intellectual Wellness Assessment and Improvement

The intellectual dimension of wellness refers to active participation in scholastic, cultural, and community activities. It encourages creative, stimulating mental activities. "An intellectually well person uses the resources available to expand one's knowledge in improved skills along with expanding potential for sharing with others. An intellectually well person uses the intellectual and cultural activities in …

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Female fertility: Why lifestyle choices count

Lifestyle choices can affect a woman's ability to conceive. Consider some simple steps if you hope to get pregnant. By Mayo Clinic Staff If you're hoping to get pregnant, you might wonder about your fertility and whether you can improve it. Some factors might be beyond your control, such as medical issues that affect the …

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ANOTHER Office Baby Shower: How To Cope When You’re Still Waiting For That BFP

Susie has just announced that she is pregnant with her third baby and the office party planner has decided to throw her yet ANOTHER baby shower. Which, for someone who isn't struggling with infertility or who hasn't had a miscarriage, might just be another office event. However, for you, it seems like torture. After trying …

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GREAT ACHIEVER “महासिद्धी” BLOGGER AWARD

Introduction Thank you #OurVoiceMatters Blog for nominating Whole Body Fertility and Wellness for the Great Achiever Blogger Award! I am honored to be able to feature articles, stories, and provide information for those who are trying to make lifestyle changes in order to optimize their wellness and fertility to achieve a healthy pregnancy. When I was just …

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7 Wellness Tips During Social Distancing

Guest Post By  Karon Warren The 2020 coronavirus pandemic is forcing people into a new, but temporary, way of life known as “social distancing.” Social distancing means increasing the physical space between people to help prevent spreading illness. Currently, the recommended distance is at least 6 feet. But social distancing does not mean total isolation. For instance, …

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What NOT To Say To Someone Struggling With Infertility

When you are struggling with infertility, you are already a mess of emotions. The last thing that you need is to hear unkind (although well-intentioned) things from others. In this article, we'll cover not just what NOT to say, but also some things you might say instead and also other ways to help support a …

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Everything You Need To Know About Improving Semen Quality

Last year, I wrote an article on what semen is made of. And it has brought a lot of interest from you readers, wanting to know more about it! And so comes this article, Everything You Need To Know About Improving Semen Quality. We all know that semen is an integral part of getting pregnant. …

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5 Strategies for Taking Control of Your Emotional Health

This is a guest post by Karen Vincent, a licensed mental health therapist of Karen Vincent Solutions. If you would like to write an article for our blog, read our guest posting guidelines. Emotional health is critical to our overall functioning. It impacts every aspect of our lives including our relationships, our careers, and our physical …

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Prebiotics Vs Probiotics

http://allergiesandyourgut.com/2014/11/18/prebiotics-probiotics/ You are what you eat. Or more accurately, you are what you feed the trillions of little critters that live in your gut. The lining of your gut, like every surface of your body, is covered in microscopic creatures, mostly bacteria. These organisms create a micro-ecosystem called the microbiome. And though we don't really …

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How Diet Can Affect Your Hormones And Your Overall Health

This is a guest post by Brea of Beneath The Surface. If you would like to write an article for our blog, read our guest posting guidelines. “Food can either be the safest & most powerful form of medicine or the slowest form of poison.”– Ann Wigmore In school, I was the girl that ate …

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Perineum Itching – Causes & Treatments

Understanding the Perineum The perineum refers to the area between the anus and genitals. Perineal pain & itching can affect people of both sexes. In males, the perineum sits just behind the scrotum and extends to the anus. In females, the perineum begins at the front of the vulva and extends to the anus. This …

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How to Declutter Your Life and Reduce Stress

Excessive clutter is often a symptom and a cause of stress and can affect every facet of your life: from the time it takes you to do things to your finances and your overall enjoyment of life. Clutter can distract you, weigh you down and in general, it invites chaos into your life. Tackling the clutter can …

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The Connection Between Your Home and Your Sense of Well-Being

Did you ever visit a restaurant where it seems like you could spend hours lingering over a meal, chatting with friends? Compare that to a casual fast food place. The differences in lighting, furniture and even music can encourage us to relax and stay a while, or eat quickly and get moving. But our surroundings …

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