Learning about your heart rate can save you from many unpleasant health and well-being-related surprises in the future. Your overall capacity in life is largely determined by the condition of your heart and what you do to take care of it.
The heart and its functions are extensive subjects of discussion across various departments in science. As we move forward, we tend to learn newer ways through which it helps us in maintaining our health and well-being. When it comes to maintaining the fitness of everyday people, our heart, heart rate, and heart rate variability play a significant role in understanding more about our efforts and how we can improve with every step. Accordingly, through various tried-&-tested methods, scientists have been able to create and justify heart rate zones.
Today, a lot more people are choosing to take the responsibility for their health & wellness into their own hands. Although this certainly is a good thing, sooner or later, they all realize that better education and guidance are necessary to reach their goals in a more fulfilling and wholesome way.
According to Nicholas Bloom –an economist at Stanford University who has thoroughly studied remote working in the past year – at least 42% of the American workforce is now working full-time from home, approximately 33% aren’t working altogether, and the remaining 26% mainly comprise of ‘essential services’ workers who continue to work from their business premises. Source – https://news.stanford.edu/2020/06/29/snapshot-new-working-home-economy/
According to a survey conducted by Enterprise Technology Research (ETR), the overall percentage of remote workers permanently working from home is expected to double. Erik Bradley, the chief engagement strategist at ETR, says, “The Productivity metric is proving that remote is working.
We all want to be the best parents, but it is always challenging. As technology has advanced so much, we want to keep our kids safe from online crimes. We can put parental locks or track their activities on social channels.
Oh yes, it’s 2021, and everyone knows about activity trackers & health monitors that come in the form of wearable devices like a watch or a clip on the belt. But have you ever wondered what they’re made of? Or what allows them to gauge, monitor, calculate, and provide you with such complex data in the simplest possible terms?
Gone are the days of the single-dimensional and sometimes variable efforts that fitness trackers like Fitbit used to provide. Today, we’re in the well-advanced stage of a lot more accurate, effective, and multi-dimensional healthcare data & information that Digital Health can easily provide immediately or whenever you need or demand it.
Smoking, alcoholism, driving drunk are some of the most common thought risky activities. But do you know, not doing any physical activity poses equally dangerous health risks? Our today’s blog will manifest a few of the severe health risks that being into a sedentary lifestyle could bring.
Obesity is one of the most prevalent health issues in the United States. In today’s blog, we are going to review the facts on obesity among different age groups, what kind of health complications it could lead to, and what can be done to prevent it.
Genetic testing is not a new concept, but we know about it from the medical perspective only. What if genetic testing can give you an insight into your health in the layman’s language? In today’s blog, we will study genetic testing, its benefits, types and more.
Most of the time of our day, we spend at workplace. Therefore, it becomes of utmost importance to maintain a healthy work environment. In our today’s blog, we shall review the benefits of working in a healthy workplace. American Psychological Association’s statistics have shown that organizations spend nearly more than 500 billion dollars out of the US economy due to workplace stress. It also revealed that it costs around 550 million workdays as employees take more leaves due to stressful working environments.
Workout plays an important role in our fitness, and if we do not take proper rest or do not give time to our muscles to recover, we will get no benefit from the workout. After all, we do not get fitter from the workout; we get fitter from recovering from training.