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Many beginners run their normal distance too fast.


Every workout serves a specific purpose. Experienced runners run in this ebb and flow of stress and recovery. They ensure they are taking it easy on their recovery runs, but the hard runs are rather intense.

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Apart from natural sources like seeds, nuts or beans, caffeine is found in espresso, tea, energy drinks, chocolate (and chocolate milk), among other foods.

It is also a part of over-the-counter drugs for cold and pain and in weight loss supplements.

What Is Caffeine, and Is It Good or Bad for Health?

healthline.com

The feminine ideal of the New Woman in the 1920s with her slim, androgynous outline and increased spending power may have pushed the popularity of diets. Home weighing scales became common, as well as diet plans and books.

Avoiding carbs was central to many popular diets. Other diets, such as the salad days or fast-day diets, focused on limiting calories.

Low-carb, no sugar, no fat: the fad diets popular in the 20th century

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The problem of tinnitus happens when our ears hair cells get damaged due to ototoxic drugs or loud noise, and the brain circuits do not receive the expected signal, stimulating abnormal activity in the neurons.

People notice their tinnitus problem in places with low external noise. About 10 percent of tinnitus patients cannot bear the sound due to its volume and seek professional help. There is no cure for tinnitus, though some minimizing is possible.

Tinnitus: Ringing in the ears and what to do about it - Harvard Health

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  • Dynamic stretching. Active movements that help your muscles and ligaments stretch by actively tightening your muscles and moving your joints through their full range of motion. 
  • Static stretching. Passive maintenance of a muscle in a position to the end of its range of motion. The position should be maintained without pain for about 30 seconds. 
  • Ballistic stretching. Repeated bounces or pushes of a muscle past its natural range of motion by using force or momentum. 

The benefits of stretching: why your body needs to move

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