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Since the first herbal medicines were accidentally discovered and the first beauty aids employed, there has been a market for information about the way our bodies work or fail to work, and about techniques for making them more active and attractive. Many books have been written about health and as many, if not more, about beauty and lifestyle. Lively Living Tips (https://www.livelylivingtips.com) is a blog about human life and for human being as a whole. It will deal with several aspects of life that are essentially interlinked: health, beauty, fitness, and lifestyle.

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Lively Living Tips deals with health informatics, common diseases and remedies, fitness and weight loss issues, and beauty tips for living a lively life.

Hi, I am Sayed Masud Kabir, the owner of Lively Living Tips (www.livelyiivingtips.com). I am a Dental Surgeon. Reading books, watching television and traveling is my hobby. I have read a plenty of books and articles on health, beauty, and fitness. And here in Lively Living Tips, I’ll share my experience with you. 

It will be unfair to claim that Lively Living Tips will contain everything  people wants to know about themselves – all about his/her beauty , fitness, and healthcare: such a website, as far as I know, has not yet been published, nor in practical terms is it likely to be. However, I shall gradually attempt to cover as many aspects of being a human as possible.

Health, fitness, and beauty depend on many factors.  The most important of these include genetic inheritance and the environment in which we grow up and live. Our genetic inheritance will to some extent dictate our general health – our potential size and strength, predisposition to certain diseases or physical peculiarities, the basic shape of our bodies, the color of our eyes, skin, and hair. For the rest the environment in which we are reared – the food we are given, exercise we take, people we grow up with, schools we attend, circumstances in which we live – has an important bearing on the kind of man/woman we ultimately become.     

We cannot alter the genetic factor: if we are born beautiful, for instance, we are blessed; if we are born strong and healthy, we are doubly so. But, thereafter, our parents and guardians and later we ourselves are largely responsible for molding the finished product.  Our body is a machine. If the machine runs well, it is likely that its components, both internal and external, will also function well. However, a healthy beautiful body-machine may not guarantee a peaceful mind and a happy soul, but these are more easily achieved through keeping healthy and beautiful than through neglect. And never before have had women had so many chances to be both healthy and beautiful. We have all the essential requirements around us. Foods are in abundance, and we have a wide choice of food. Medical services enable us to monitor our health and seek help if we are less than fit, and which in most cases, offer us ways of rectifying the situation. We have the opportunity to keep us fit through forms of exercise which are enjoyable.  Thousands of beauty aids, from cosmetics to heated rollers are there.  Moreover, we have access to a mass of information and advice through literature and the electronic media. And yet, the fact remains that many of us are far less fit and healthy than we could or should be.        

The stress of life today are numerous: we may try to combine the activities of husband/wife, father/mother, working man/woman and lover; work in polluted atmospheres, often under great pressure; live in over-crowded conditions; over-eat and under- exercise. And, against all this, we are perhaps more aware than ever of trying to beat the time-clock. Due to the pressures of our modern, industrialized societies, we are, so far, removed from the slower, more ‘natural’ lives of our ancestors. Many experts are amazed that our bodies function at maintenance, let alone high-performance, levels – particularly when they are additionally abused by drugs such as alcohol, nicotine, stimulants, and tranquilizers. We may even realize that we are behaving unwisely, but seem to be caught on a treadmill of necessary activity or compulsive behavior, and it takes the strength of purpose and a definite goal to be able to slow down and get off.            

I hope that Lively Living Tips (www.livelylivingtips.com) will provide information and guidance to all human being, no matter what their age or circumstance. The website will publish essentials for basic healthy living – food, exercise, and hygiene – through to more elaborate programmers aimed at developing and maintaining our bodies at a high level of fitness.  It will include numerous ways of catering for, cosseting and beautifying our bodies. I have not assumed that one problem is of more importance than another because, since we are all individuals, our problem will be as great or small as our reaction to it.

A little knowledge, it is often said, is a dangerous thing. I hope that Lively Living Tips will give you a lot of knowledge as it grows. I believe it will dispel myths, offer facts and provide new information to anyone who seeks to know more about him/her. I hope it will be a guide to all wishing to be not just as healthy and beautiful as nature intended, but to live a lively life.

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