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The first day of summer beach is, for many of us, something we spend all year waiting. Especially when we live in a city without a sea and we need to wait for the holidays to escape a couple of days to the sea. But every year we remember that not everything is fun and well-being on the beach and, after a long day in the sun and bathing in the sea, it is not uncommon to find ourselves more tired than if we had completed an eight-hour day of work and, in addition, passed by the gym.

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85% of the population suffers low back pain at some time in their lives and often for nonspecific causes. In this article we show you five exercises or stretches that can help you prevent low back pain or relieve it when it has already appeared. Mobilization of the dorsal spine There are three segments in the spine: lumbar, dorsal and cervical.

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We all know, or think we know, what the basic mechanics of a tattoo is: a needle introduces the ink of the drawing deep enough to stay there for years, until we decide to eliminate it. Actually, this is not exactly so. The tattoo needle does not push the ink under our skin, but the ink hangs like a drop from the tip of the needle.

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Food, especially in our country, is almost as much a social act as a mere vital necessity. Our meetings, celebrations and parties revolve around food and we do not understand being with friends or loved ones if it is not to go out for a drink or eat. At the same time, many of us are increasingly aware of the need to abandon bad eating habits and to adopt a healthier diet.

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Playing sports requires a thorough discipline that involves a whole lifestyle, especially if it is practiced frequently or semi-professionally. Thus, the usual exercise is accompanied by a whole routine that marks the training schedule, from warm-up and stretching sessions, to sports equipment, through visits to the physiotherapist and even the maintenance of a specific diet.

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Summer is a good season to enjoy outdoor sports, because despite the heat, the amount of daylight invites us to go out more and intensify physical activity. In addition, access to some natural sites that are impracticable in winter is opened. However, it is important to be cautious to avoid the risks of careless sun exposure: dehydration, sunstroke and negative effects of the sun on the skin.

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There is no reason why we should think that practicing yoga is incompatible with training in the gym. Yoga is a discipline that, apart from the mental section, requires high levels of flexibility and mobility. This for some may mean that performing strength training in the gym is incompatible with yoga, but we must remember that strength is the only fundamental basic physical capacity through which others can express themselves, such as speed and endurance.

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This week a heat wave is approaching and with it the first problems to sleep well at night begin. And it is that with 25 degrees it is the most complicated to fall asleep and get a restful sleep. The explanation for this problem, according to some researchers, would be that the human being has evolved to live during the day and sleep at night, when it is darker and the temperature is colder.

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If you ask us about yoga, the vast majority of us would answer that it is a totally calm and relaxed activity, with which we will be able to improve our breathing and be able to be much calmer and unstressed. But what we have never repaired is whether it can help us lose weight.

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Spring and summer is one of the best times to go out to the countryside to know different places and places. The days are longer and the ideal temperatures to develop these activities. Therefore, in this post we want to stop at ten tips to keep in mind when going hiking.

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When we talk about food additives - or additives in general - there is always suspicion and starting reservations, whether founded or not. And the reality is that, sometimes, an image of these is offered that can create insecurity and even alarm in the population. This is what has been going on for a few days with titanium oxide (TiO2), which in food is known as additive E171.

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Some of us may present in a habitual way - or occasionally - a bad relationship with food. Sometimes, at specific moments of stress and anxiety, we can channel this stress through food, eat almost compulsively, and even fall into binge eating. For other people, emotional hunger not only occurs in a timely manner, but it is a usual strategy that leads them to feel, even, great suffering.

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