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Things About Birth Control Everyone Should Know!!

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Sex is fun and for it to remain fun, there are certain things which every one must keep in mind. The most obvious one is birth control, the mistake that couples make is that they think they know everything about birth control, they know all the methods and that they’ve made the correct decision of using whatever method of birth control that they do use.

Sadly, that is not true. There are a lot of things about birth control that remain undiscovered. Here they are:

1. Birth control pills prevent pregnancy through two different mechanisms: They prevent women from ovulating, and they cause the cervical mucus to thicken, which makes it more difficult for a sperm to penetrate and make contact with an egg if the woman is ovulating.

2. If women follow the exact instructions for taking birth control pills — every day, at the same time — they prevent pregnancy in 99 percent of all cases. But lots of people don’t do that.

3. Birth control pills have a higher failure rate than other contraceptives, like intra-uterine devices (IUDs) or birth control rings.

4. Those “sugar pills” at the end of a birth control pack? They have active ingredients.

5. Birth control does not make you fat.

6. If you notice a reduction in your sex drive after starting on the pill, call your doctor.

7. Condoms keep things secure 98 percent of the time, but there is the possibility of failure.

8. If you’re considering getting the Depo-Provera shot as an alternative to birth control pills or IUDs, you have to go in for a new shot once every 12 weeks.

posted Feb 29, 2016 by Deepak Jangid

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There are a considerable measure of inquiries encompassing thyroid health. What does the thyroid do? What does it mean when your Doctor lets you know have hyperthyroidism, or considerably more basic, hypothyroidism? What's more, what's the distinction? We've addressed the greater part of your top inquiries concerning thyroid health right here! 

 

 

What does a thyroid do? 

The thyroid organ secretes hormones to manage numerous metabolic procedures, including development and vitality consumption. On the off chance that the thyroid organ is overactive or slow, the digestion system will be influenced, prompting an assortment of indications that are effortlessly misdiagnosed. Around one in 20 individuals will encounter some type of thyroid brokenness in their lifetime. Ladies are more vulnerable than men. 

 

What is the contrast between  Hypothyroidism and Hyperthyroidism? 

The enormous contrast between the two is the hormone yield from the thyroid. Hypothyroidism implies your thyroid organ isn't making enough thyroid hormone for the body's needs, where hyperthyroidism implies your thyroid is making excessively. 

 

In what manner would you be able to tell in the event that you have both of them? 

The indications of hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism shift incredibly because of the distinctive changes in hormone yield. With hypothyroidism you're normally feeling drowsy, lacking focus, have dry skin, diminishing or coarse hair, muscle torments or cramping, liquid maintenance and touchy to cool temperatures. 

Individuals with hyperthyroidism, then again, have a tendency to have unexplained weight reduction, quickened heart rate, affectability to warmth, resting troubles, touchiness, apprehension or tension, and loose bowels. 

You may likewise have a huge irregularity on your throat, which is known as a goiter. This implies your thyroid is working too hard or you have a critical iodine insufficiency. 

 

What triggers thyroid issues? 

Three of the fundamental triggers for thyroid conditions are way of life related: 

  • Ceaseless anxiety 
  • Over-burden of poisons 
  • Iodine lack 
  • Overwhelming metal develop 

The other primary triggers are different immune system conditions. Hyperthyroidism can be brought on by conditions that expand thyroid hormone generation, for example, Graves' infection, subacute thyroiditis, or dangerous adenomas. While hypothyroidism is normally activated by conditions that decrease the creation of thyroid hormones including Hashimoto's thyroiditis, thyroid evacuation, or over the top introduction to iodide or lithium. 

 

In what manner would you be able to care for your thyroid and avoid thyroid conditions? 

Driving a sound way of life is the way to keeping up a solid thyroid and a cheerful digestion system. On the off chance that you have as of now been determined to have a thyroid condition, somewhat additional consideration can truly have any kind of effect.

 

 Recommends from the top doctors: 

Treat the Underlying Causes — Identify and treat the basic reasons for hypothyroidism, similar to sustenance sensitivities, overwhelming metals, dietary inadequacies, and anxiety. Take out the foods that bring about you digestive misery, most usually gluten and dairy. 

Improve Your Nutrition — Support your thyroid with ideal nourishment, including foods that contain iodine, zinc, omega-3 fats, selenium, and that's just the beginning. Dispense with refined flours, sugars and handled nourishments. 

Minimize Stress — Eliminate adrenal depletion and minimize stress by participating in a thorough anxiety administration program. Think yoga, day by day reflection, breathing strategies, investing more energy in nature, all the more regularly. 

Exercise — Engage in thyroid animating activity, which supports thyroid capacity. 

Supplement — Use supplements to upgrade thyroid capacity, including every one of the supplements required for appropriate thyroid digestion system and capacity. Talk with an all encompassing specialist, naturopath or normal advisor for suitable recommendations. 

Heat Therapy — Use saunas and warmth to kill put away poisons, which meddle with thyroid capacity. 

Thyroid Hormones — Use thyroid hormone substitution treatment to bolster your thyroid organ. Talk with your specialist to discover what will work for you best. 

 

Whilst it might appear like an uncontrollable organ, there are numerous things you can do to enhance the health of your thyroid and decrease your danger of numerous regular issues. In case you're having thyroid inconveniences right now, simply recollect to keep in mind the force of your body to mend itself when given what it needs!

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As the full moon approaches, its growing brightness tends to capture our attention.

The full moon occurs when the moon is on the opposite side of Earth from the sun, so that its face is fully illuminated by the sun's light. 

But any day of the month, the moon has some secrets up her sleeve. Here are 10 surprising and strange facts about the moon that may surprise you:

1) There's actually four kinds of lunar months

Our months correspond approximately to the length of time it takes our natural satellite to go through a full cycle of phases.  From excavated tally sticks, researchers have deduced that people from as early as the Paleolithic period counted days in relation to the moon's phases. But there are actually four different kinds of lunar months.  The durations listed here are averages.

1.     Anomalistic – the length of time it takes the moon to circle the Earth, measured from one perigee (the closest point in its orbit to Earth) to the next: 27 days, 13 hours, 18 minutes, 37.4 seconds.

2.     Nodical – the length of time it takes the moon to pass through one of its nodes (where it crosses the plane of the Earth's orbit) and return to it: 27 days, 5 hours, 5 minutes, 35.9 seconds.

3.     Sidereal – the length of time it takes the moon to circle the Earth, using the stars as a reference point: 27 days, 7 hours, 43 minutes, 11.5 seconds.

4.     Synodical – the length of time it takes the moon to circle the Earth, using the sun as the reference point (that is, the time lapse between two successive conjunctions with the sun – going from new moon to new moon): 29 days, 12 hours, 44 minutes, 2.7 seconds.  It is the synodic month that is the basis of many calendars today and is used to divide the year.

Supermoons can appear 30 percent brighter and up to 14 percent larger than typical full moons. 

2) We see slightly more than half of the moon from Earth

Most reference books will note that because the moon rotates only once during each revolution about the Earth, we never see more than half of its total surface. The truth, however, is that we actually get to see more of it over the course of its elliptical orbit: 59 percent (almost three-fifths). 

The moon's rate of rotation is uniform but its rate of revolution is not, so we're able to see just around the edge of each limb from time to time.  Put another way, the two motions do not keep perfectly in step, even though they come out together at the end of the month. We call this effect libration of longitude.

So the moon "rocks" in the east and west direction, allowing us to see farther around in longitude at each edge than we otherwise could. The remaining 41 percent can never be seen from our vantage point; and if anyone were on that region of the moon, they would never see the Earth.

3) It would take hundreds of thousands of moons to equal the brightness of the sun

The full moon shines with a magnitude of -12.7, but the sun is 14 magnitudes brighter, at -26.7.  The ratio of brightness of the sun versus the moon amounts to a difference of 398,110 to 1.  So that's how many full moons you would need to equal the brightness of the sun.  But this all a moot point, because there is no way that you could fit that many full moons in the sky.

The sky is 360 degrees around (including the half we can't see, below the horizon), so there are over 41,200 square degrees in the sky. The moon measures only a half degree across, which gives it an area of only 0.2 square degrees. So you could fill up the entire sky, including the half that lies below our feet,  with 206,264 full moons — and still come up short by 191,836 in the effort to match the brightness of the sun.

4) The first- or last-quarter moon is not one half as bright as a full moon

If the moon's surface were like a perfectly smooth billiard ball, its surface brightness would be the same all over. In such a case, it would indeed appear half as bright.

But the moon has a very rough topography. Especially near and along the day/night line (known as the terminator), the lunar landscape appears riddled with innumerable shadows cast by mountains, boulders and even tiny grains of lunar dust.  Also, the moon's face is splotched with dark regions.  The end result is that at first quarter, the moon appears only one eleventh as bright as when it's full. 

The moon is actually a little brighter at first quarter than at last quarter, since at that phase some parts of the moon reflect sunlight better than others.

The dazzling full moon sets behind the Very Large Telescope in Chile's Atacama Desert in this photo released June 7, 2010 by the European Southern Observatory. The moon appears larger than normal due to an optical illusion of perspective.

5) A 95-percent illuminated moon appears half as bright as a full moon

Believe it or not, the moon is half as bright as a full moon about 2.4 days before and after a full moon.  Even though about 95 percent of the moon is illuminated at this time, and to most casual observers it might still look like a "full" moon, its brightness is roughly 0.7 magnitudes less than at full phase, making it appear one-half as bright.

 

6) The Earth, seen from the moon, also goes through phases

However, they are opposite to the lunar phases that we see from the Earth. It's a full Earth when it's new moon for us; last-quarter Earth when we're seeing a first-quarter moon; a crescent Earth when we're seeing a gibbous moon, and when the Earth is at new phase we're seeing a full moon. 

From any spot on the moon (except on the far side, where you cannot see the Earth), the Earth would always be in the same place in the sky.

From the moon, our Earth appears nearly four times larger than a full moon appears to us, and – depending on the state of our atmosphere – shines anywhere from 45 to 100 times brighter than a full moon.  So when a full (or nearly full) Earth appears in the lunar sky, it illuminates the surrounding lunar landscape with a bluish-gray glow.  

From here on the Earth, we can see that glow when the moon appears to us as a crescent; sunlight illuminates but a sliver of the moon, while the rest of its outline is dimly visible by virtue of earthlight.  Leonardo da Vinci was the first to figure out what that eerie glow appearing on the moon really was.

7) Eclipses are reversed when viewing from the moon

Phases aren't the only things that are seen in reverse from the moon.  An eclipse of the moon for us is an eclipse of the sun from the moon.  In this case, the disk of the Earth appears to block out the sun. 

If it completely blocks the sun, a narrow ring of light surrounds the dark disk of the Earth; our atmosphere backlighted by the sun.  The ring appears to have a ruddy hue, since it's the combined light of all the sunrises and sunsets occurring at that particular moment.  That's why during a total lunar eclipse, the moon takes on a ruddy or coppery glow. 

When a total eclipse of the sun is taking place here on Earth, an observer on the moon can watch over the course of two or three hours as a small, distinct patch of darkness works its way slowly across the surface of the Earth.  It's the moon's dark shadow, called the umbra, that falls on the Earth, but unlike in a lunar eclipse, where the moon can be completely engulfed by the Earth's shadow, the moon's shadow is less than a couple of hundred miles wide when it touches the Earth, appearing only as a dark blotch.

8) There are rules for how the moon's craters are named

The lunar craters were formed by asteroids and comets that collided with the moon.  Roughly 300,000 craters wider than 1 km (0.6 miles) are thought to be on the moon's near side alone. 

These are named for scholars, scientists, artists and explorers.  For example, Copernicus Crater is named for Nicolaus Copernicus, a Polish astronomer who realized in the 1500s that the planets move about the sun. Archimedes Crater is named for the Greek mathematician Archimedes, who made many mathematical discoveries in the third century B.C.

The custom of applying personal names to the lunar formations began in 1645 with Michael van Langren, an engineer in Brussels who named the moon's principal features after kings and great people on the Earth.  On his lunar map he named the largest lunar plain (now known as Oceanus Procellarum) after his patron, Phillip IV of Spain. 

But just six years later, Giovanni Battista Riccioli of Bologna completed his own great lunar map, which removed the names bestowed by Van Langren and instead derived names chiefly from those of famous astronomers — the basis of the system which continues to this day.  In 1939, the British Astronomical Association issued a catalog of officially named lunar formations, "Who's Who on the Moon," listing the names of all formations adopted by the International Astronomical Union.

Today the IAU continues to decide the names for craters on our moon, along with names for all astronomical objects.  The IAU organizes the naming of each particular celestial feature around a particular theme. 

The names of craters now tend to fall into two groups. Typically, moon craters have been named for deceased scientists, scholars, explorers, and artists who've become known for their contributions to their respective fields.  The craters around the Apollo crater and the Mare Moscoviense are to be named after deceased American astronauts and Russian cosmonauts.

The best time to observe the moon this month is over the next few nights.

9) The moon encompasses a huge temperature range

If you survey the Internet for temperature data on the moon, you're going to run into quite a bit of confusion. There's little consistency even within a given website in which temperature scale is quoted: Celsius, Fahrenheit, even Kelvin. 

We have opted to use the figures that are quoted by NASA on its Website: The temperature at the lunar equator ranges from an extremely low minus 280 degrees F (minus 173 degrees C) at night to a very high 260 degrees F (127 degrees C) in the daytime. In some deep craters near the moon's poles, the temperature is always near minus 400 degrees F (minus 240 degrees C).

During a lunar eclipse, as the moon moves into the Earth's shadow, the surface temperature can plunge about 500 degrees F (300 degrees C) in less than 90 minutes.  

10) The moon has its own time zone

It is possible to tell time on the moon.  In fact, back in 1970, Helbros Watches asked Kenneth L. Franklin, who for many years was the chief astronomer at New York's Hayden Planetarium, to design a watch for moon walkers that measures time in what he called "lunations," the period it takes the moon to rotate and revolve around the Earth; each lunation is exactly 29.530589 Earth days.

For the moon, Franklin developed a system he called "lunar mean solar time," or Lunar Time (LT).   He envisioned local lunar time zones similar to the standard time zones of Earth, but based on meridians that are 12-degrees wide (analogous to the 15-degree intervals on Earth).  "They will be named unambiguously as '36-degree East Zone time,' etc., although 'Copernican time,' 'West Tranquillity time' and others may be adopted as convenient."   A lunar hour was defined as a "lunour," and decilunours, centilunours and millilunours were also introduced.  

Interestingly, one moon watch was sent to the president of the United States at the time, Richard M. Nixon, who sent a thank you note to Franklin. The note and another moon watch were kept in a display case at the Hayden Planetarium for several years. 

Quite a few visitors would openly wonder why Nixon was presented with a wristwatch that could be used only on the moon.     

Forty years have come and gone without the watch becoming a big seller. 

Joe Rao serves as an instructor and guest lecturer at New York's Hayden Planetarium. He writes about astronomy for The New York Times and other publications, and he is also an on-camera meteorologist for News 12 Westchester, N.Y.

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Each time you fly in a plane, there are some crazy thoughts that enter your thoughts and you feel that things will go amiss and it is the keep going you have on earth. All things considered, for the individuals who are terrified to death about flying we will aggravate things a bit. 

We have made a rundown of some behind-the-scene insights about flying that you will not have any desire to peruse on the off chance that you are one of those persons who go nuts each time they are ready. 

Trust me, it has got nothing to with a monster metal structure flinging towards your plane and blasting it in the environment yet things that are more awful than this.

Check these 13 horrifying things about flying that the airlines do not want you to know...

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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We live in a shady and messed up world, where life of a person is taken away by a loved one, where goddesses are worshiped while women (of any age) are maimed and harassed. The only way out to keep an eye on such horrific happenings is to make laws and rules stricter to keep a check on the horrendous crimes. Having laws doesn't suffice when they are broken. Most people are unaware of their legal rights until they hire a legal firm for their problems. Merely a handful of them would say, 'Yes, we know' to this and most of them are not women. So, to help women know their rights and to help them fight back, here are some  rights that they should know.

 


 

1. Right to equal pay

According to provisions under the Equal Remuneration Act, one cannot be discriminated on the basis of sex when it comes to salary or wages.

2. Right to anonymity

Victims of sexual assault have a right to anonymity. To ensure that her privacy is protected, a woman who has been sexually assaulted may record her statement alone before the district magistrate when the case is under trial, or in the presence of a female police officer.

3. Can Be Questioned At Home

Section 160 of the Criminal Procedure Code states that a woman cannot be called for questioning to a police station. She has the right to be questioned at her place of residence.

4. Right against domestic violence

The act primarily looks to protect a wife, a female live-in partner or a woman living in a household like a mother or a sister from domestic violence at the hands of a husband, male live-in partner or relatives. She or anybody on her behalf, can file a complaint.

5. Right to maternity-related benefits

Maternity benefits are not merely a privilege of the working woman, they are a right. The Maternity Benefit Act ensures that the new mother does not suffer any loss of earnings following a period of twelve weeks after her delivery, allowing her to rejoin the workforce.

6. Right to free legal aid

All female rape victims have the right to free legal aid, under the Legal Services Authorities Act. It is mandatory for the Station House Officer (SHO) to inform the Legal Services Authority, who arranges for the lawyer.

7. Time  does not matter in cases of rape or molestation. Police cannot refuse to register an FIR even if a considerable period of time has elapsed since the incident.

8. Right to dignity and decency

In the event that an accused is a woman, any medical examination procedure on her must be performed by or in the presence of another woman.

9. Right to property

The Hindu Succession Act allows women and men equal share in inheritance, thereby setting new rules and regulations.

10. Safety at the workplace
Any workplace with more than 10 employees is duty-bound to create a Sexual Harassment Complaints Committee. According to Supreme Court's Vishakha Guidelines, the presence of such committee is mandatory and it must be headed by a woman.

11. No arrests at night
According to Supreme Court ruling, a woman cannot be arrested between sunset and sunrise. This was the result of a rising number of police harassment complaints by women.However, if the woman in question is wanted for a serious crime, police can make an arrest with a special permission from a magistrate.

12.Women witnesses can't be called to police stations
Indian women witnesses have the right to record a statement at home. Section 160 CrPC states that women cannot be called over to police stations for interrogation. "If a woman is a witness, she can choose to record her statement at her own residence in presence of a lady police officer," says criminal lawyer Kaushik Dey.

 13. Right To Abort

 Medical Termination Of Pregnancy Act or the MTP Act, 1971 says pregnancy not exceeding 12 weeks may be terminated based on the opinion of a single doctor. If the period of pregnancy exceeds 20 weeks, then the opinion of two doctors has to be taken before initiating an abortion.

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The Union Budget of India is considered as the annual budget of the Republic India. According to Article 112 of the Constitution of India, it is referred as the Annual Financial Statement. The Budget is presented by the Finance Minister every year and the bill has to be passed by both the Houses of the Parliament before it comes into effect. Interim Budget is known as a short budget which usually presented prior to general elections by the ruling government.

1. R.K Shanmukham Chetty presented the First Union Budget of Independent India on November 26th, 1947.

2. Generally, the Union Budget of India is presented on the last working day of February.

3. Moraji Desai is the only Finance Minister to present the Union Budget on his Birthday.Desai did it in two different years (1964 & 1968). Interestingly, his birthday was on 29th February.

Moraji Desai presented the Union Budget 10 times, most by any Finance Minister of India.

4. The printing of the Union Budget of India starts with Halwa Ceremony.

5. Jawaharlal Nehru was the first Prime Minister to present the budget in the Parliament.

6. Indira Gandhi is still the only lady to hold the post of the Finance Minister.

7. Indira Gandhi is also the only woman and second Prime Minister to present the Union Budget for 1969-70.

8. Rajiv Gandhi became the third Prime Minister to present the Union Budget after Nehru (his grandfather) and Indira Gandhi (his mother).

9. Pranab Mukherjee was the first Rajya Sabha member to present the Union Budget.

10. Until 1999, Union Budget was announced at 5 pm in the evening. However, in 2001 Yashwanth Sinha then Finance Minister of NDA govt. led by Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee changed it to 11 am.

 

 

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Drinking coffee is part of most people’s everyday routine, but most of them don’t know the benefits of it. We have heard some negative things about drinking coffee, but recent studies have proven that coffee drinkers have a much lower risk of some serious diseases.

This is good news for all the coffee lovers, maybe after reading this post; you’ll enjoy more that early-morning cup of coffee, knowing that it contains beneficial nutrients and antioxidants that can improve your health.

 

It improves your memory and energy levels
Coffee works as a stimulant that can help your brain produce more adrenaline and dopamine; this is why drinking coffee improves your memory. If you are not a morning person and you don’t feel motivated to go to work or school, coffee can become your new best friend, helping you improve your mood and energy levels.


It helps you burn fat
Most people don’t know that caffeine is a natural substance that can help you burn fat due to the fact that it boosts the metabolic rate by 3-11%. If you are a long-term coffee drinker the effects might diminish, but exercising and drinking coffee is a great way to start the day and burn that unwanted fat.
 

It lowers the risk of heart disease
You’re not the first person to think that coffee might actually be harmful to your heart because it makes it beat faster. However, studies have confirmed that drinking three to five cups every day helps prevent cardiovascular disease.


It helps you live a longer life
We have all heard about some of the negative side-effects of coffee, but you also need to know that it can add years to your life! According to a research made by Harvard, people who drink more coffee could live longer than those who don’t and the negative effects aren’t really harmful in the long term.
 

It can help improve physical performance
Drinking coffee can stimulate your nervous system because it increases the Adrenaline levels in the blood and it sends signals to the fat cells to break down body fat. These fat cells are released into the blood system as free fatty acids that can be used as fuel to your body.

 

It helps with sleep deprivation
This might be the most popular benefit, but it is incredible how just the smell of coffee can give you an energy boost. Everyone has dealt with that Monday morning feeling that makes it so hard to focus on work, but drinking a cup of coffee is the best thing you can do!


Nutrients
 Coffee beans contain many nutrients such as Riboflavin, Pantothenic Acid, Manganese, Potassium, Magnesium, and Niacin. All of these can help improve your health by drinking just one cup of coffee if you drink more than that; it is even more beneficial for you.

 

It helps prevent Alzheimer and Dementia

Alzheimer is the leading cause of dementia and there isn’t any known cure. Eating healthy and exercising are some of the most effective ways to prevent Alzheimer’s disease, but drinking coffee is another way to prevent it. Those who do drink coffee have a 65% lower risk of getting Alzheimer.

 

It lowers the risk of type II diabetes
People who suffer from type II diabetes have elevated blood sugars and an inability to secrete insulin. According to some studies, coffee drinkers have up to a 50% lower risk of getting type II diabetes.


It helps you run faster
If your exercise routine includes going out for a run, then you should definitely drink coffee before your workout. Caffeine helps your muscles convert your fat to fuel, so you are more likely to run that extra mile!

 

It helps prevent cirrhosis
 
Some diseases such as hepatitis can affect your liver, which is one of the most important organs in your body. The liver is in charge of many functions and a condition called cirrhosis can be prevented if you drink four or more cups each day.

 

It is great for your skin
Who said drinking coffee is the only way to take advantage of its benefits? Coffee grounds can work as an exfoliant if you mix them with olive or coconut oil. You won’t have to spend money on facial cleansers anymore because this is a natural, easy way to get smooth skin.

 

It lowers the risk of Parkinson’s disease
Parkinson’s disease is a debilitating neurodegenerative disorder caused by the death of dopamine-generating neurons. A great way to prevent this disease is drinking coffee, but it is caffeine that causes the positive effect, so drinking decaf won’t help you lower the risk.


It improves the quality of your naps
You are probably familiar with the fact that drinking coffee before going to bed at night is not the best thing you can do. However, drinking coffee before a nap can help you feel more energized afterwards; you might think it doesn’t make sense, but it actually does work!
 

It can help you fight depression
Most of us have felt better and happier after drinking a cup of coffee, that’s why many experts recommend drinking four or more cups each day in order to have a 20% lower risk of becoming depressed.


It lowers the risk of a stroke
According to some studies, if you drink two to six cups of coffee each day, you can lower the risk of having a stroke. Coffee increases blood pressure but the effect is small, so this is another reason why you should drink coffee.

 

Antioxidants
Studies claim that coffee is the biggest source of antioxidants, so your body needs them in order to fight free radicals which damage important cell structures like proteins. Antioxidants donate electrons that help disarm the free radicals.


It helps prevent eye disease
People who drink coffee are less likely to experience vision loss and glaucoma thanks to the antioxidants present in coffee. According to some studies, coffee can protect the retina which is a thin tissue layer that contains a lot of nerve cells.

 

It helps prevent different types of cancer
Studies claim that drinking coffee can help you prevent skin, liver, and colorectal cancer. Coffee drinkers have a 40% lower risk of liver cancer and a 15% lower risk of colorectal cancer, so including coffee in your diet is one of the best things you can do.

 

It helps you feel better
If you are addicted to coffee, now you now the benefits of drinking this delicious beverage, but if you don’t drink coffee at all, you should consider including it in your diet to improve your mood, prevent diseases and feel more energized!

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