We get to see a beautiful array of colors every single day. There are only a few times where we really appreciate them, and it’s usually during a peak time of the year at a scenic spot, during a sunrise, or a sunset. If you saw those colors all the time, it wouldn’t be as special or meaningful. As sad as it is, that’s how most of us are with color. You don’t think about the fact that you can see purple because you’ve always been able to see it. It’s easy to see the entire spectrum of color and stop appreciating the fact that you can.
Did you know that activity trackers are the hot new thing? No? Surely you’ve heard of smart watches though. They’re close to the same thing, and are often tied into one device. If you wait long enough, every technology related company in the world will have its very own activity tracker, and will improve them over time as competition from other companies up the bar.
When you reach a certain age, your body stops producing collagen. We start getting crows feet and laugh lines on our face, and bags under our eyes. We want to do all we can to stop or reverse these effects without having to go under the knife to achieve this look. While eating well and taking supplements can help, it may take a more intensive system to help you get your face to where you want it to be.
Being a new parent is the most difficult thing in the world. You’ve got a tiny human that doesn’t understand how to be a human, and you’ve been a homo-sapien for so long that you often don’t understand what could be scary to someone who’s just starting to learn the ropes. It’s understandable to cry if you’re soiled or hungry, but there are times where you want to rip your hair out wondering what it could possibly be.
When you have a life where every minute counts, it’s hard to get a good night of sleep. You have to view your rest as a resource, and rather than making you work to feel rested, you can tailor your sleep to work for you, on your terms. While you may have tried keeping track of your fitness, eating, and sleep, this will only give you information, rather than helping you reach your goals.
Our entire lives we have been seeing cool medical advancements on television and in the movies. But when will those advancements really arrive to our everyday lives? We put men on the moon, carry gigabytes of memory in our pockets and can control the temperature in our house from half a world away. Yet diagnosing diseases – something we all have interest in – still depends on tests and labs and medical professionals.
Exercising is something that should be encouraged by all and sundry, this is for sure. After all, who does not want to remain slim and fit throughout their entire lives, while maintaining a healthy outlook in life? A fit person is always more alert and they tend to be happier as well, and thankfully, there are tools out there which will be able to help us out in our fitness regime – by maximizing the amount of effort we put in so that we can reap the best results. Having said that, BSXinsight has developed a fitness tool which will be able to measure lactate threshold, performance zones, cadence, calories, heart rate and more, now how about that? If you are someone like Wolverine or the Hulk, this is not for you since your muscles would never experience any kind lactic acid build up in the first place anyway.
It does look as though cancer is a modern day medical scourge – I am very sure that all of us have at least one member of the family who has succumbed to this particular disease, and it is no cakewalk either for the caretakers. If there was some sort of super, all-round cure for the different kinds of cancers that have raged through humanity for the past few decades, then it would definitely be the best selling drug, or at least, one of the best selling pills out there in the market. Reality is very different though, but it is fair to say that cancer is not the death sentence that many expect it to be today as opposed to several decades ago. Google too, wants in on the fight against cancer, as the search giant has just filed a patent for a cancer-targeting wearable.