Odd as that sound, exercise can lead to healthier hair. While there’s no study or scientific evidence supporting this claim, the connection makes total sense. Regular exercise leads to improved blood circulation, which stimulates growth in hair follicles. Essentially, having a healthy body means glowing skin and a shiny, luscious mane.
Here are 8 other ways regular exercise can lead to healthier hair.
Ever heard of the Limitless movie (or the Netflix show for that matter)? It’s where Bradley Cooper’s character, Edward Morra, found a nootropic drug - NZT-48 - which turned him from a struggling writer into a brain super power (like 4-digit IQ and a memory that remembers practically EVERYTHING).
Let’s just say that this Limitless drug exists IRL, except that it’s a naturally-occurring amino acid. And it also starts with the letter L.
Melatonin is a hormone naturally produced in the body that helps our circadian rhythm, or the sleep-wake cycle. Also known as the “hormone of darkness”, there are certain parts of the day when it’s high (in the evening) and low (in the morning) - rising levels make us feel sleepy and lower ones keep us alert.
If you’re one to toss and turn at night, your body might be needing more melatonin. While you can get melatonin from certain foods and controlling the amount of light in the room, melatonin supplements are easy to come by too. Melatonin is relatively safe so it’s available over-the-counter in many pharmacies, health and wellbeing shops, and online stores in the US.
This article will walk you through how melatonin works, why and when you should take it, and some power tips for taking it.
Morning rituals are a big thing now. Just google “habits of successful people” and you’ll see waking up early or daily morning activities as part of most online listicles.
But fewer articles cover techniques for relaxing and winding down right before bedtime.
Whether you sleep like a log or experience those occasional bouts of tossing and turning, bedtime relaxation techniques can be useful for achieving a much deserved snooze.
Here are some of the things you can do at night that can get you better sleep:
Discomfort. Restlessness. Helplessness.
3 words that best describe 3 letters - UTI.
If you’ve every experienced Urinary Tract Infection, you’d know what I’m talking about. It could get really uncomfortable that many people try different means to prevent it.
The most popular remedy perhaps is - wait for it - the good old cranberry juice. Word on the street is that it’s great for preventing it. As to why?
It contains an ingredient that is found in beyond the trusty berry. And it can mean the world for those who suffer from UTI.
Finding yourself picking up a whole ball of hair from the sink? Spotting hair strands all over the floor? Or losing a lot of hair when you run your hands through it in the shower?
If you’re sitting there wondering “My hair is falling out - what do I do?” then you’re one of the many Americans who suffer from hair loss.
It can be frustrating and devastating to the self-esteem, and we totally feel you!
We've created this article to help you find out the vitamins that can get you your glorious hair back. We’ll also give you tips on finding the right hair growth supplement for you.
For those who need to stay awake or get an instant energy boost, caffeine has been the go-to stimulant.
Found in various sources like coffee, cocoa beans, tea plant, nectar and even in totally unexpected foods like ice cream and yogurt, caffeine is a natural substance that’s considered a “moderately effective alerting agent.” 
This means that caffeine promotes alertness and keeps you awake.
But it also does so much more than that!
Aside from helping you wake up and get out of sluggish zone, here are 7 ways caffeine affects your health and body:
A woman's hair is her crowning glory.
The 15 billion dollar hair care industry in the United States is a reflection of this.  Many women spends hundreds of dollars a month on hair care products and services, just to achieve a Beyonce-like mane. Regular trips to the salon and home remedies alike, many women treat their hair care seriously to steer clear of those bald patches on the head.
Unbeknownst to many, there's one vitamin that can help maintain and rock long locks. And where to get it may be more common than they'd expect.
In today’s American work culture of 70-hour workweeks, sleeplessness is a badge of honor. Waking up in the wee hours just thinking about work or attending 4 am tennis/golf matches with big names in the industry have become the norm.
This fast-paced, always-online-and-connected world of entrepreneurs and executives on the go has taken sleep for granted.
Sleep has almost become a habit one has to do than a necessity. It’s even become a luxury for many. And sleep deprivation has become a show of resilience and determination.
But is this approach to sleep healthy?
It's one of the painful things most women go through in their lifetime. In fact, the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases reports that 40-60% of women will suffer from it at least once in their lifetime. 
Insomnia is a type of sleep disorder where people find trouble sleeping and/or staying asleep.  People who suffer from insomnia usually wake up feeling tired and not at all refreshed.
According to the American Psychiatric Association (APA), a third or so adults in the US report symptoms of insomnia, and 6-10% of adults suffer from severe symptoms enough to be diagnosed with the disorder. 
Let’s play a mini Hollywood quiz here.
What do the movies “Limitless” and “Lucy" have in common?
Aside from having A-listers headlining them, both movies feature the main characters ingesting certain substances that allow them to have a superhuman brain! The substances help them actively use a massive portion of their brain and achieve an out-of-this-world cognitive function.
Of course, these are pure fiction (for now maybe) and it would take a Black Mirror-like dystopia for us to experience it ourselves.
But while an almost 100% brain function is still in the realm of sci-fi, achieving optimal cognitive function like attention, memory, reasoning, and learning languages is already possible.
Whether you want to learn faster, avoid Alzheimer’s disease, or simply win those memory card games (or mini quizzes like that one), you can boost focus, memory, and mental clarity.
All thanks to vitamins.
Certain vitamins have been said to boost memory. And this article will cover just that.
For a healthier brain, here are the top 8 vitamins that you should take stat!