No matter what perfect line you have planned to woo the lady of your dreams when you first meet her, she’s already made multiple judgments about you in the few seconds you’re walking toward her. We all do that with every person we meet — make a snap judgment — but a woman meeting a potential partner for the first time (even if it’s in a non-date setting) looks a little closer.
Whether it’s a straight-up energy drink or an energy shot that promises “no crash,” most, if not all of these concoctions, will have you quickly spiraling down from the high they provide once the ingredients wear off. Knowing why you crash, even after so-called “crashless” energy drinks, will help you choose and use them better.
“I pulled an all-nighter again last night.” “Oh yeah? I work on only four hours of sleep a night when I’m on deadline.” If you’re not getting at least seven to eight hours of sleep per night, you’re not only a less-productive employee (or boss), you’re also causing permanent brain damage. That’s no joke – regular lack of sleep can cause permanent and irreversible damage to brain cells that can’t be regenerated.
While you might be in great shape at this point in your life, you can still start to get the aches, pains and other problems of people older than you, based on your lifestyle habits. In addition to helping you feel good now, practicing a few healthy lifestyle habits can also help you feel better much longer, even into your later years.
What is a Hangover? A hangover is the group of physical and mental problems that occur after too much drinking. The common problems a hangover brings include: Headache Stomach problems Light and sound sensitivity Thirst Fatigue Dizziness Muscle problems (balance, shakiness, spasms, cramps) Irritability and other mood problems Poor brain function
What is Muscle Pain? When you exert your muscles, such as during exercise, sports or physical labor, you lengthen (stretch) and contract (shorten) them.
Hungover workers cost the U.S. economy more than $77 billion each year due to lost productivity, poor work product and health care costs, according to the Centers for Disease Control. While staggering into work, moaning about your wild night out might get you a few chuckles from co-workers, don’t think your boss is laughing.
Ballers throw killer parties because they have cash to burn and money is no object. If you don’t have a $30 million NBA or NFL contract, you can still party (somewhat) like a baller! With a little planning, creativity and some help from your friends, you can throw an epic party people will be talking about all year.