Stonehenges Around the World



Stonehenge is one of the best-known monuments in the world. Its beauty and mystery captivates busloads of tourists every single day. However, while it may be the most famous one, it’s not the only one. There are other stonehenges around the world.
Mount Pleasant Henge – In the green countryside of Dorset in England, there is a white scar marring the crops. When you get closer, you can find the Mount Plesant Henge. The remains of the henge are scant but definite. Geological surveys have found one ring inside another.
Avebury – Avebury is the largest known henge monument. It has three consecutive circles and has been dated as one of the oldest stone henges as well as the largest. It’s outside of the village of Avebury in Witshire and is beloved by both history lovers and neopagens.
Ring of Brodgar – This is one of the most beautiful stone henges. Its stones are taller, more slender, and more needle-like. It sits near The Loch of Harray in Scottland. Like all henges, the site consists of both a ditch and a stone circle. However, in this one the stones appear to be a later addition.

10 Symptoms of Chronic Dehydration

Chronic dehydration is very different and more dangerous than the acute form of this widespread problem. You may not be aware that you are suffering from chronic dehydration right now, as you read this.

That’s why we bring to you a list of common symptoms of chronic dehydration.

Read this and get yourself a glass of chilled water to quench your thirst.

1. Loss of energy and overall fatigue.

2. Constipation.

3. High blood pressure and low blood pressure.

4. Respiratory problems.

5. Excess weight gain and/or obesity.

6. Digestion issues.

7. Ulcers in the stomach – Gastritis

8. High cholesterol.

9. Skin issues like eczema.

10. Rheumatism.

Besides these, there are many other issues like urinary tract infections, cystitis, angina, lower back ache, diabetes, gout, bulimia, kidney stones, menstrual issues and premature aging that are all caused by a severe lack of water in our bodies.

A newborn is born with 80% water which gets reduced to about 70% in adults. Drinking enough water is critical for the proper functioning of a human body. These disorders are your body’s cries signalling shortage of water within.

So, go get a glass full of water right away.