Eat your water

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Medical professionals recommend drinking at least 8 glasses of water a day but what some don’t know is that around 20% of our daily hydration intake comes from our solid food. This is good news for those that don’t enjoy drinking water!

Best Doctors and Health.com highlight some of the most hydrating foods to help keep us fresh and hydrated. The negative effects of not keeping your body hydrated can seriously affect your heath and quality of life. Individuals who don’t ingest enough water (be it through liquid or solids) can begin to experience chronic fatigue, constipation, digestive issues, weight gain and even stomach ulcers[1]. An astonishing 60% of our body weight comes from water[2] but many of us don’t understand the intricacies of why we need to hydrate. Our body use water for major basic body functions such as digestion, body temperature control Read more

Smartwatch: The Benefits

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While fads come and go, here at Best Doctors we believe that the smartwatch is here to stay! For the past several years it has become more and more common to see people walking around with little screens on their wrists – what is it all about?

From Fitbits to Apple watches, smartwatches are available in all shapes, sizes, colours and price ranges. This hands-free experience is meant to blend into your lifestyle in as simple a way as possible. The unassuming act of wearing this technology can greatly affect your life in a positive way. Keeping track of your day-to-day behaviour has never been easier. Most smartwatch users don’t even remember they are wearing their monitor throughout most of the day. Therefore, the watch can help users obtain critical information about their lifestyle in order to make better choices and changes – without becoming obsessed. Resting Heart Rate One Read more