Alarming signs of the flame weakening include lower sex drive, erectile dysfunction, diminished facial hair growth, loss of lean muscle mass, fatigue, obesity and symptoms of depression.Read This Article
Firefighters are aware of the statistics linking firefighter deaths to preventable diseases and illnesses caused by unhealthy lifestyles. One of the leading causes of firefighter deaths is heart attacks. “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” Bringing answers to the modern firefighter’s burning health questions, we aim to help firefighters identify and put into practice better health choices to increase your chances at a healthier wellbeing with disease and illness free careers and retirements.
When you have high blood pressure, it’s a result of fatty plaque buildup that causes your arteries to stiffen and your heart to have to work harder to get the blood in and out. There are a lot of things that are linked to high blood pressure, including smoking, diet (too much salt and booze), being overweight, low physical activity, and stress.Read This Article
Stress can keep us up at night, increase anxiety, affect relationships and diminish enjoyment of life. But, did you know that stress can be an ally? It’s true. Stress doesn’t have to be the enemy; in fact, we can actually learn to use stress to up our game, and this is especially good news when it comes to our brains.Read This Article
Keeping your memory sharp is just as important as your physical health and well-being. How you live, what you eat and drink and how you treat your body can impact your ability to remember information and past experiences.Read This Article
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