If you're strapped for time, you might wonder if you should even bother working out, but 30 minutes is really all you need to maintain a healthy weight and even shed a few pounds. In fact, shorter bouts of exercise may make you more likely to stick to a workout routine, and consistency is key.
Walking is a simple, effective way to start losing weight, but if you want to see results, you'll need to get your steps in every single day and pair them with a clean, healthy diet. That's true for shedding any unwanted pounds in your midsection, too, since those inches will come off naturally when you begin losing fat all over.
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Nothing is worse than waking up in the middle of the night, sweating as if you've just run a marathon, and needing to climb out of bed to change your pajamas and sheets before you try (try!) to drift back to sleep. But that's exactly what 10 to 60 percent of the population experiences each year, according to research published in the Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine. The question is, why? One common reason — and don't freak out, OK? — is hot flashes.
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