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How to sleep well or We are what we eat: our microbiota affects stress, sleep and mood

Insomnia again but you can't wake up in the morning? We all like to sleep well but perhaps you haven't yet realized that one way to improve sleep is in your kitchen. Studies have shown how the gut, our microbiota, impacts things like stress, sleep and mood. So why is your bowel health important? Have you ever been so nervous that you couldn't eat? Have you felt butterflies in your stomach when you had to speak in public or go somewhere you've never been? Have you ever found yourself running to the bathroom because you were too stressed? Strange as it may seem, your gut is often referred to as your second brain. The human gut has over 100 million...

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We've experienced antigravity without going into space or How while floating our mind got detached from our body

Anti-gravity floatarium. What is it? Sensory Isolation Therapy. What's it supposed to do? Reduces stress, improves sleep, fights pain, stimulates creativity. What do you feel? Absolutely nothing. Floatation tanks, like the ones we've experienced in London, belong to that last category. "This method is recommended in treatments for anxiety, depression and periods of accumulated tiredness," we are told in The Floatworks. "It helps to combat insomnia, premenstrual pain, chronic pain (migraines, back, shoulder and neck pain, arthritis, etc.), mitigates the consequences of jet lag and works to fight addictions such as smoking and drinking. In addition, the mineral salts in the water are beneficial to the skin." Well, we didn't expect so many benefits, we were happy just to relax...

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We've hacked our bodies or Why do celebrities love cryotherapy?

Usain Bolt, Cristiano Ronaldo, Camila Cabello, Jessica Alba, Katy Perry, Jennifer Aniston, Novak Djokovic...Do you know what all these people have in common?No wonder all these celebrities do cryotherapy to take care of their bodies. Cryotherapy has long been used to help recover after training and competitions, reduce muscle inflammation. Many Nordic communities have also used sub-zero temperatures to combat the signs of aging. Now cryotherapy allows you to do this without having to jump into a frozen well.

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