From sleep disorders to anxiety and depression, there’s a lot you can treat with CBD. Learn more about the underlying workings of CBD and how it can be used to treat so many different things within this infographic from Best CBD Oils.
Through blood donations, hundreds of lives can get the hope of beginning a new life. In this infographic by Infographic Design Team, learn more about this noble cause and pledge to be a superhero for those who are in need.
We may be creating our own dystopia, but can we survive it? Learn more about the threats humanity faces within this infographic courtesy of the folks at Top Masters in Public Health Degrees.
Ever wonder how this undying trend of social media came into being? How in a mere few years, the entire world changed for good? You would think that it’s all leisure time on the hands of emotionally derived teenagers, but that’s not all. The social media boom happened because there’s definitely science involved. This infographic explains the extent to which people are addicted to social media, and the reasons behind this addiction.
For many people, fat always seems to accumulate around the belly. There are at least seven strategies you can use to reduce belly fat. These strategies are related to food, cardio, strength training, sleep, stress, smoking & alcohol, and perseverance. Moreover, to really be effective, all these seven strategies have to be done concurrently.
Is western medicine the only medicine that is legitimate? New studies suggest that eastern medicine has measurable value and can be beneficial in complimenting western medicine. Learn more about the whole body approach to health within this infographic from Urban Monk Nutrition.
To stay fit and healthy movement is extremely important. There are many things you can do to move more at work, like taking the stairs instead of the elevator, and standing up at your desk. Home Fitness Guru has put together this infographic to help people learn how to stay in shape at work.
On average, we spend around 37.1 hours working each week. Of those hours, around 35 of them are spend at our desk, sitting down in one position. Plus, a disappointing 33% of us don’t even go outside the workplace at breaks and even only take 27 minutes of a 40-minute lunch break. As if that wasn’t worrying enough, around 80% of the UK population fall short of reaching key health national government targets.
According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), about 1/5 of the United States personally experiences a disorder in a year. In fact, almost 7 percent of Americans had at least one instance of major depression in the past year, and more than 18 percent experienced an anxiety disorder. Take a look at some conditions that are so unique and rare that most mental health professionals never even encounter them.
Throughout history, there have been a number of public health issues facing society. Even though advances in technology and healthcare have helped the majority of people have access to quality care, there are many issues that still plague us. In the following infographic, you’ll learn about three of the most common public health issues and the risks associated with each