Archive for March 2018

How Rebounding Helps Manage Stress

Everyone experiences stress in their lives. It can’t be completely eliminated but it can be managed. If not managed well, stress can lead to dangerous consequences for your health. Almost all adults suffer negative health effects from stress at least occasionally. Stress can cause or exacerbate: High blood pressure Heart disease Headaches Asthma Arthritis Depression…

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Bouncing Benefits

Rebounding is another name for bouncing on a trampoline. It’s not only one of the most effective full-body exercises that you can do – it’s fun! A few welcome side effects that a rebounder routine can help: Improve blood flow Strengthen the heart Support proper lymph drainage Remedy constipation Lose weight Jumpstart the metabolic system…

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Digestion & Elimination: Keep It Moving with a Rebounder

No one likes to discuss bathroom issues… but not discussing them can be dangerous. The digestive process starts with chewing. The food moves through our system, making a stop in the stomach and then down the small intestine, into the large intestine. It makes a brief stop in the rectum and then exits the body. It’s…

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Bouncing Benefits for Type 2 Diabetes

Diabetes used to be categorized as juvenile diabetes and adult onset diabetes and is now simply referred to as Type 1 and Type 2. Juvenile diabetes (Type 1) got its name because it referred to the phenomenon in which people are born with a pancreas that doesn’t operate quite right. Adult-onset diabetes (Type 2) happens…

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