4 Days to Better Health

Written by Ryan Cote

This article is a summary ofrepparttar free e-course "4 Days to Better Health." Each ofrepparttar 147440 4 days covers a specific area of health and gives yourepparttar 147441 basic knowledge to improve on this area.

To receive all 4 days in detail, please visit http://www.4DaysToBetterHealth.com

Day 1: Nutritional Supplements

In my opinion, they are very necessary and very beneficial- especially when you have healthy eating habits. You should at least be taking a multi vitamin/mineral supplement to ensure you're gettingrepparttar 147442 nutrients your body needs.

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Day 2: Nutrition

Good nutrition is so important. You are what you eat...remember that. Make a conscious effort to gradually improve your eating habits, eating more ofrepparttar 147443 good foods and less ofrepparttar 147444 bad foods. Readingrepparttar 147445 label of what you're eating will tell you a lot.

And combining good eating habits with nutritional supplements is a sure fire way to better health.

Day 3: Exercise

Exercise isrepparttar 147446 missing piece ofrepparttar 147447 puzzle when it comes to better health. There are so many benefits of exercising, including stronger bones and improved libido, that it's a no brainer to start doing it. Your goal should be to exercise 3-5 times a week with a combination of cardio exercises and strength training.

Coping With Cancer-A Family View

Written by Paul Curran

An often forgotten feature of dealing with cancer is what I call 'afterrepparttar event'. That is, when your loved one has passed on. The coming months are a particular difficult time for such people.

There is a real danger that during this timerepparttar 147439 grieving person resorts to addictive substances to get throughrepparttar 147440 trauma. This is understandable but not alwaysrepparttar 147441 best course of action. You can find myself drinking far too much alcohol (a lot more thanrepparttar 147442 recommended amount per week) forrepparttar 147443 months followingrepparttar 147444 death.

My experience is that you will then gradually come down to a reasonable level. I'm not advocating drinking as a way of coping. But I'm realistic in that some people will go down this root, so be aware of such behaviour. [I found myself going this way after my father's death in February 2005.]

Being angry and crying, even atrepparttar 147445 same time, are very common emotions followingrepparttar 147446 event. Don't feel embarrassed by this. It is perfectly normal. Just try to avoid hurting yourself and others! I found that walking inrepparttar 147447 countryside was helpful, especially up and down hills. The physical effort will make you feel better and get rid of some of that pent up emotion.

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