Widow’s hump – what is it?

First association with this phrase? A woman after losing her husband, it’s simple and unambiguous! Well, not necessarily … The condition known as the widow’s hump can also affect men, more often the elderly, but it can also be observed in young people. It is a kind of thickening at the junction of the cervical spine with the thoracic spine. If you are tired of chronic neck and shoulder pain, I invite you to read on the topic!

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Something for people planning to expand their family

People planning to start a family (yes, this is not only a task for women!) should start preparing their body at an early, very early stage. There is talk of preparations leading up to a pregnancy by up to several years.

Why so early? It is easier to intervene, change the diet or introduce treatment if the medical condition requires it, spreading it over a longer period of time. Some changes cannot be expected immediately.

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Flat feet – something about posture defects

Platfus – in small children, physiological things are undesirable in the elderly and adults. Flat feet is the most common disease of the foot and consists in lowering its arches, thus the foot touches the ground with its entire surface. One of the reasons for the formation of flat feet is a static, sedentary lifestyle, which apparently does not serve us very much – the recently described dead buttocks were also a consequence of it. Do you want to know more about it or maybe you want to learn a few exercises that will help you fight this disadvantage? We invite you to read on.

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Lowering the glycemic index in practice

The glycemic index (GI) is used to classify foods (containing carbohydrates) in terms of their effect on blood glucose levels after consumption, per 100 g of product. There are products with high, medium and low GI.

First of all, it should be of interest to people with carbohydrate disorders (diabetes, insulin resistance), taking care of the glycemic balance.

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Dead Butt Syndrome – does it also affect you?

Probably many of you are wondering at this point what this syndrome is, after all, the gluteus muscle is one of the largest muscles in our body, so how could it be dead?! But yes! A sedentary lifestyle (especially “coronavirus”) is definitely not good for us – and our buttocks in particular. We sit behind a desk, move by car or public transport, and our buttocks become lazy. You may be seeing an image of a flat, unsightly looking butt in front of your eyes, but the visual issue is not the only problem. Are your buttocks struggling with this syndrome? How to check it? How to deal with it?

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