Category: Health Infographics

Overcoming the Cycles of Addiction

Overcoming the Cycles of Addiction

May 27, 2015 | By | Add a Comment

In a single year, nearly 22 million Americans were classified as dependent on alcohol and/or illicit drugs. And while each person carries his or her own addiction story, all 22 million continue to fight the same battle, fighting against the chronic cycle of addiction. How, then, does one know that he is addicted, and how will he know the right time to seek help?

The Couch Potato’s Sofa Workout

The Couch Potato’s Sofa Workout

May 26, 2015 | By | Add a Comment

The Couch Potato’s Sofa Workout contains 10 simple exercises you can complete in 30 minutes or less, for a full-body workout. This is no gimmick routine either. These are proper gym exercises translated from the workout bench to the couch. So put down the remote control and packet of crisps for a second and give it a go – even if it’s just during that lame toothpaste commercial you’ve seen 100 times.

The Science of Stress and How To Beat It

The Science of Stress and How To Beat It

May 20, 2015 | By | Add a Comment

If you are looking to de-stress at work, CourseFinder has put together some important information for you to review. Things to de-stress include putting a plant on your desk, catching more sleep, bringing your dog to work and many more. So don’t get stressed at work and check out this infographic.

Autism Today and Preparing for Tomorrow

Autism Today and Preparing for Tomorrow

May 14, 2015 | By | Add a Comment

Caring for a kiddo with Autism? Here is an infographic created by Birdhouse for Autism with some stats and facts of today and how to best plan for your child’s future.

How Much Exercise Do I Need?

How Much Exercise Do I Need?

May 7, 2015 | By | Add a Comment

As summer approaches we set ourselves short-term goals of achieving a summer body. But what about our health beyond this season? Are you doing enough regular exercise to keep fit? This infographic provides a guide of the recommendations of the minimum amount of exercise needed by adults to maintain long-term health.

History of the Treadmill

History of the Treadmill

May 4, 2015 | By | Add a Comment

The modern-day treadmill has come a long way since its inception in 1818. In fact, the very first treadmill was called an ‘Eternal Staircase’ and was created to make prisoners pump water or crush grain. This is an infographic by Nordictrack that walks you through the history of this modern-day exercise device.

Mind Your Ears!

Mind Your Ears!

April 20, 2015 | By | Add a Comment

Many of us go about life enjoying the symphony of sounds from birds singing in the trees to your favorite band rockin’ out at a local music venue. These as well as other sounds give us great pleasure. But extensive exposure to sounds that might not seem very loud may in fact result in long term damage to your hearing. Mind the Gap looks at our ears and hearing in this infographic.

Beating Bad Breath

Beating Bad Breath

April 16, 2015 | By | Add a Comment

You can test your breath by cupping your hands around your mouth and nose and breathing into your hand. What do you smell? If you don’t find the scent agreeable, then neither will other people. This infographic from TheraBreath shows just how bad your breath can get just from eating certain foods or going for a few hours without brushing.

How to Reduce Patient Wait Times

How to Reduce Patient Wait Times

April 16, 2015 | By | Add a Comment

97% of patients are frustrated by wait times at the doctor’s office. That means physicians need real, practical solutions to bring office wait times down and optimize their practice workflows. eVisit researched 8 strategies to help doctors do just that.

Identifying Swine Flu

Identifying Swine Flu

April 15, 2015 | By | Add a Comment

This infographic goes over all the necessary details required for you to protect yourself from the Swine Flu pandemic. Even though H1N1 symptoms look a lot like regular flu symptoms, you need to be extra cautious to lower the risk of Swine Flu.

How Your Body Will Change When Eating Healthy

How Your Body Will Change When Eating Healthy

April 13, 2015 | By | Add a Comment

Ever notice how good you feel after a few days of cutting out the “bad stuff”. Check out the process your body goes through when changing diets from unhealthy to healthy for a whole year in this infographic from Fresh N Lean. You’ll be surprised to see how much eating healthy effects your everyday lifestyle.

The Inactivity Epidemic

The Inactivity Epidemic

April 10, 2015 | By | Add a Comment

Exercise is absolutely essential to a healthy lifestyle. But is it the only piece in the health puzzle? Researchers are learning that the body uses energy in many ways—and we burn calories at different rates when sitting, standing, and moving.

What It Takes To Get 6-Pack Abs

What It Takes To Get 6-Pack Abs

April 6, 2015 | By | 5 Comments

Whether you realize it or not, you already have abs. They simply may not be visible to you because they’re covered by a layer of belly fat. If you want your abs to stand out, you’ll need to strip away the fat and tone up the underlying muscle. This infographic from Lucas James Celebrity Trainer, offering fitness training in Phoenix area, takes a look at what it takes to get those 6-pack abs.

Simple Ways to Melt Away Belly Fat

Simple Ways to Melt Away Belly Fat

April 6, 2015 | By | Add a Comment

What do you know about the female hormone belly? Proven tips to lose belly fat are described in this infographic. Learn what is going one in women’s body, learn the real truth about the hormone, what types of foods are most suitable and what type of exercises to perform – everything you need to know to blast away belly fat quickly.