While sleep and exercise are vital to the well being of a new parent, a recent study suggests that the activities affect new moms differently than new dads. As part of the study, researchers looked at the daily lives of new parents and they found that, in general, adding physical activity and more sleep to their day lead to better personal well being, a better couple relationship and more closeness with their baby.However, fathers who slept more on average than other fathers reported lower overall well being and less closeness with their partner and child. In contrast, mothers who slept more on average than other mothers reported greater well being. Additionally, the researchers found that on days when fathers exercised more than usual, there was a lower likelihood of an argument between the couple.
If you are diabetic, can you or can you not follow the very famous keto diet for weight loss? Let's find out. Type 2 diabetes is a condition which affects blood sugar levels. A healthy lifestyle is the most effective way to reverse type 2 diabetes. A type 2 diabetic is required to eat healthy foods, exercise regularly, quit smoking and alcohol, sleep well and take less stress to deal with effectively. Weight loss and weight management is also required and keto diet is extremely popular for this.
Australia;s Claire Polosak said it was a ;special day; as she made history in becoming the first female umpire to stand in a men;s one day international.The 31 year old officiated in the final of the World Cricket League Division 2 between hosts Namibia and Oman at the weekend and admitted she would "sleep well " after her performance.
Limiting, and in some cases eliminating, screen time for children under the age of 5 will result in healthier adults, the organization, a United Nations health agency, announced on Wednesday.But taking away iPads and other electronic devices is only part of the solution, the researchers said. Children under 5 should also get more exercise and sleep in order to develop better habits that will stave off obesity and diseases in adolescence and adulthood, the guidelines said.
The World Health Organisation issued new guidelines for how much screen time babies and young children should get, and it recommends very little of it. The guidelines, released on Wednesday, focus on the importance of physical movement, quality sleep, and limiting the amount of time spent in front of a TV or computer. This is the first time the WHO has released screen time guidelines for children, according to Time. "Improving physical activity, reducing sedentary time and ensuring quality sleep in young children will improve their physical, mental health and wellbeing, and help prevent childhood obesity and associated diseases later in life," a representative for the World Health Organisation said in a statement.
Limiting, and in some cases eliminating, screen time for children under the age of five will result in healthier adults, the organisation, a United Nations health agency, announced Wednesday.But taking away iPads and other electronic devices is only part of the solution, the researchers said. Children under five should also get more exercise and sleep in order to develop better habits that will stave off obesity and diseases in adolescence and adulthood, the guidelines said.
This week, the global public health agency released its recommendations on the amount of physical activity and sleep children under the age of five should get in order to be as healthy as possible. The recommendations included strict limits on screen time, particularly for those younger than two. The youngest children should avoid any screen time at all, the WHO says, while kids between two and five can get up to an hour a day, max.
The new recommendations cover physical activity, sedentary behaviour and sleep for children under the age of five.What are the new recommendations?
Children under five must spend less time sitting, watching screens, or restrained in prams and seats, get better sleep and have more time for active play if they are to grow up healthy, according to new guidelines issued by the World Health Organization (WHO) on Wednesday. Achieving health for all means doing what is best for health right from the beginning of people s lives," said WHO Director General Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus. Early childhood is a period of rapid development and a time when family lifestyle patterns can be adapted to boost health gains," he said.
What is Keto diet and what are the foods you can eat Indulgence once in a while is okay, finds Australian study Work stress and impaired sleep can trigger risk of cardiovascular death: Study Compared to men and older adults, women and middle aged adults showed higher diabetes related risk of death from all causes. (Source: Pixabay) Diabetes has substantially increased the risk of death from a broad spectrum of diseases, including renal disease, coronary heart disease, ischemic stroke, a significant study has found.The study, published in American Medical Association 's biomedical journal JAMA Network Open, also found that the relative risk of death due to diabetes itself was much stronger among individuals who were underweight.
Belly fat is the most dreaded type of body fat and the reason is quite simple: It is the toughest to get rid of. Abdominal fat not only gives you a rather awkward and protruding midsection making it difficult for you to fit into your favourite dresses, it is also the most notorious foil to your weight loss plans. So, when you work hard to shed those extra kilos with a well planned diet and fitness regimen, you will start seeing changes everywhere starting from your arms and legs to face. But the one stubborn spot that disappoints you is your belly. Well, experts have an explanation to this. The cells that compose your belly fat are known as beta cells. These cells do not respond well to the process of breaking down fat. On the other hand, your arms, legs and face have more alpha cells, another type of fat cell, which are easy to break down.Apart from keeping you away from the body of your dreams, abdominal fat affects your health in more ways than one. The fat tissue accumulated around your belly is to be considered toxic and is capable of provoking inflammatory pathways. It interferes with your body s normal hormonal functions as well. This fat becomes unable to do its job of storing extra calories for energy production and that makes the calories get diverted to vital organs like heart, liver, and pancreas causing heart disease, fatty liver disease, and diabetes. Apart from these, belly fat is known to increase your risk of Alzheimer s disease, stress, sleep apnoea, colorectal cancer, high blood pressure, and premature death of your baby.
Bad habits die hard And it is these day to day bad habits that can impact weight loss goals in a negative way. Your body has the tendency to go on a sleep debt if you sleep less for only 2 hours in a day. And the sleep debt only increases until you actually make for the 2 hours less that you slept on a particular day. The purpose of mentioning sleep here is to highlight the importance of sleep in losing weight.
On Saturday night, Ring of Honor wrestler and MKE Wrestling founder Silas Young took to social media to address the video his promotion shared on Twitter, which showed a masked man in a black hoodie enter the ring and land Punk 's trademark finisher, the GTS (Go to Sleep), on wrestler Daryck St. Holmes. As noted by Sportskeeda, the run in came as a surprise to the 350 or so people who attended the MKE Wrestling show, which was held at the Knights of Columbus building in West Allis, Wisconsin.In his Twitter post, Young commented that the West Allis venue has had ”25 years of wrestling ” and was responsible for helping ”a lot ” of wrestlers, including indy wrestling veteran and podcast host Colt Cabana, get started in the business. While Young did not mention CM Punk 's ring name in full, he made a reference to a ”Punk who showed up in a mask ” at Friday night 's event.
(CNN) Lorraine Warren was one of America's most well known paranormal investigators. She and her husband, Ed, traveled widely researching paranormal and occult phenomena, writing books and lecturing.She died "peacefully" in her sleep Thursday night, her son in law, Tony Spera, wrote on Facebook. Warren was 92.
Renowned paranormal investigator and author Lorraine Warren, whose decades of ghost hunting cases with her late husband inspired #39;The Conjuring #39; film series and #39;The Amityville Horror #39; passed away at the age of 92. As per media reports, Warren #39;s son in law Tony Spera and grandson Chris McKinnell confirmed on social media that she died in her sleep on April 18 night at her Connecticut home.Following the same, actress Vera Farmiga who portrays Lorraine Warren in the Conjuring universe took to social media to pay tribute to the departed soul. She penned a heartfelt note remembering her #39;dear friend #39; on Instagram and shared a couple of pictures with her. Hailing Lorraine #39;s grace, cheerfulness and righteousness, she wrote, "My dear friend Lorraine Warren has passed. From my deep feeling of sorrow, a deep feeling of gratitude emerges. I was so blessed to have known her and am honoured to portray her. She lived her life in grace and cheerfulness. She wore a helmet of salvation, she dawned her sword of compassion and took a shield of faith. Righteousness was her breastplate, and she has touched my life so. Love you, Lorraine. You #39;re waltzing with Ed now. "