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6 Yoga Poses To Lower Your Cholesterol Levels And Get Healthy E-mail
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6 Yoga Poses To Lower Your Cholesterol Levels And Get Healthy

Cholesterol is a lipid found in the bloodstream that is often considered as harmful for the body. Contrary to this popular belief, cholesterol is highly essential for normal functioning and maintenance of the body. Cholesterol is required to build membranes and membrane fluids. It is also known to play an important role in the synthesis of Vitamin D and hormones such as progesterone, estrogen and testosterone.

Although it is good for the body, excess cholesterol can be harmful. Too much cholesterol in the bloodstream can cause blockage of arteries and eventually, heart related complications. To keep a check on its level, it is important to adopt a healthier lifestyle that includes healthy food habits and regular physical exercise.

Various studies suggest that yoga can help curb cholesterol naturally without any harmful side-effects on the body. Yoga is an ancient discipline that shapes up the body and calms the mind through yoga asanas, pranayamas and meditation. These yoga postures can help you bring your cholesterol level under control:

#1 Kapal bhati pranayama (Skull shining breathing technique)

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The Hidden Dangers Of Over The Counter Medicines E-mail
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Sold freely in pharmacies without regulations and medical supervision, you might think that OTC drugs are safe to use, but painkillers like Ibuprofen and Paracetamol can be detrimental to your health. Prolonged use of some of these drugs can lead to extensive damage to the liver and kidneys, and even heart attacks and strokes. So what are the dangers in taking these drugs, and how can you avoid them?

The Hidden Dangers Of Over The Counter Medicines

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