Health & Fitness Archive

RENPHO vs. FITINDEX Bluetooth Body Fat Scale: Review and Compare

If you’re trying to get (back) into shape, you’re not the only one. Many of us are suffering from “quarantine body” at this point in time. Or maybe it’s been an ongoing issue for you for many years. Regardless, there are plenty of fitness programs available, from aerobics to good old fashioned running. But no matter what your exercise plan is, you’re going to want …

Ultimate Guide to the Best Blue Light Blocking Glasses in 2020

In moderation, blue light is beautiful. In excess, it can lead to headaches, sleeping problems, and much more. That’s a bit of a problem because smartphones, tablets, PC monitors, and televisions all give off an enormous amount of blue light. Doing so helps them generate truly bright whites in their color space, which looks great. But it also takes a toll on your eyes. Even …

Ultimate Guide to the Best Handheld Altimeter

It’s increasingly common to find altimeters stuck inside of other types of equipment. When you’re looking for accuracy, you typically want an instrument made specifically for the tasks you have in mind. On the other hand, some people want their altimeters do be able to more than simply read altitude. Choosing the Best Handheld Altimeter Finding the right handheld altimeter is about understanding how you …

Review of the LIFTiD tDCS Headset – Taking a Closer Look

For as long as humans have needed to concentrate and get real work done, they’ve used different kinds of stimulants and mental performance enhancers. Most of the time these take the form of things you eat or drink; coffee is a great example. But the issue with these kinds of brain boosters is that they wear off relatively quickly and they usually come with a …

Review & Analysis of the Upright GO 2 Posture Trainer

If you work in an office job, your work could be damaging your health. The reason for this is bad posture. Eight straight hours of typing can cause stress on your spine, especially across your shoulders and in your lower back. Over time, this can lead to repetitive stress injury. And there are other risks associated with a bad back. These include exacerbated arthritis, heartburn, …