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Did you know that, according to the American Heart Association, around 80% of stroke and cardiovascular disease can be prevented? Even if you’re not showing any symptoms, preventive screenings can detect your risk factor before things go downhill. And since 4 out of 5 stroke victims’ first symptom is the stroke itself (source: American Academy
What ya don’t know, can’t hurt ya, right? Wrong. Because, in reality, catching and treating symptoms early can avoid complications further down the road. We’re all adults here – let’s start treating our bodies like we should be. When it comes to your physical health and well-being, though, it’s super important to at least know
If you’re reading this, you’re either pretty stressed out, or you can’t sleep and you’ve reached the end of the internet scrolling through your phone. Either way, welcome. I’m about to give you the most genuine, unbiased, and unprofessional review of Cove – a little device created by FeelCove.com that claims to make you stress less
I lowkey hate having to download yet another app to my iPhone, only to use it once and then forget about it for months. Especially when it asks for a bunch of permissions. Big privacy guy. But in the four months or so that I’ve been using the Paceline app, it hasn’t fallen into this
Table of Contents The age of tech is upon us, and it feels pretty damn awesome. From fresh Airpods to wearables that emit vibrations to relieve stress (Feel Cove review) and improve HRV, big tech is empowering us to optimize ourselves. Case in point: fitness trackers. Just look around and you’ll notice that health and
Not gonna lie: sometimes all these mens skincare brands with aggressive marketing start to piss me off. Charcoal this, Eucalyptus Oil that… just rub the bark from this Amazonian Xate tree under your eyes and it’ll take care of those dark circles. Bullshit. Just show me a brand that’s actually in this to help me;