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Summer is the perfect time for us to get in shape! Many people will take their workout outside around their homes or at the park. Man’s best friend usually ends up working out with them. They will always run alongside and stay at pace until you stop your run.
But maybe this weather is not the best time to take your dog out for exercising. The heat and humidity in the air at this time of year affects your pets a whole lot more that it affects you. Many pets die or become ill from such extreme heat and humidity.
The general rule is to add the outside temperature and humidity together, and if the result is greater than 150, leave your dog at home. If you want to make sure your pet does get exercise, wake up before the sunrise or wait until late evening when the air is cooler.
Remember your dog can’t tell you these things. He relies on you to figure it out.
Learning to stay healthy and keeping your body underweight can be difficult when your job requires you to sit most of the day. Many people also do not have a healthy diet at work as fast food restaurants are the only options. It’s a vicious cycle when you can’t do much to change your circumstances.
A report was released in 2013 showing results from the Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index survey that interviewed 139,000 Americans. The results were the following list of fourteen jobs that had the fattest employees:
2. Manufacturing or production
3. Installation or repair work
4. Clerical or office work
5. Manager, executive or official
6. Service worker
8. Fishing, farming or forestry
9. Construction or mining
11. Professional (excluding physicians, nurses, and teachers)
12. Teacher (k-12)
13. Business owner
Caffeine is a drug – a typically harmless drug, but a drug none the less. Caffeine acts as a stimulant and can change the body’s heart rate and improve mood and energy. Some cases say that caffeine is beneficial in correct dosages – 200 to 300 milligrams, or two to four cups of coffee a day – helping protect the body from potential diseases and some forms of cancer.
It is, however, not that difficult to overdose on caffeine intake and end up with caffeine poisoning. The key is to know your own body and what you are putting into it. Be careful of energy drinks and large cups of coffee that have over (or close to) the recommended amount of caffeine in one drink.
See full story at cnn.com