If your immune system is craving a boost this fall, be sure to add the following to your daily routine.
When people think about what it takes to combat aging, they often think about the physical. Nevertheless, there are a couple of key nutrients that you should keep your eye on as you get older.
Sleep is crucial to your overall health and wellbeing. In fact, 1 of every 3 Americans do not get the recommended 7 to 8 hours of sleep each night, or have problems falling or staying asleep.
If you are someone who is frequent to the gym or who appreciates at-home workouts, it may be time to shake things up. Step outside and break a sweat in the sun — a little Vitamin D never hurt anybody.
How do you prepare for your workout? Do you have a routine? Do you stretch, hydrate, or take pre-workout?
There are countless ways to maximize your gym workout.
While your morning cup of Joe may be your 6 a.m. energizer or a catalyst of productivity, it is important to acknowledge the effects that caffeine may have on your body. These effects will differ from person to person and are dependent on just how dependent you are on the stimulant.
While sharing this with your kids can positively influence their confidence, personal body-image, how they measure health, and so much more, it is a fine line. You want to stimulate movement and healthy eating behaviors for your children without setting too harsh of standards for them to meet. In other words, you want them to see the brilliant side of a balanced lifestyle.
With proper balance you can get the best of both worlds — maintaining and even continuing to progress in your health and fitness while eating and drinking just like the holiday season begs you to do. Check out these ways to keep the holidays from hindering your health and fitness.
All in all, working from home can be a catalyst for bad behaviors. If this sounds like something you have fallen victim to, check out these 4 tips to ensure that your remote work culture is healthy and sustainable.
We don’t wait for our cars to break down or require total replacement of expensive parts to take them to the shop. Instead, we respond to the lights that pop up on the dash, we ensure regular oil changes, and get them cleaned every now and again. There is no reason we shouldn’t be honoring our bodies in the same way!
Sleep is abundantly important for our physical, mental, and emotional health, but a good night’s sleep isn’t always guaranteed. While some of us can get 8 hours of uninterrupted sleep each and every night, others aren’t so lucky.
You are not alone if you cannot believe that we are already approaching September. Pure craziness. September means a lot of things- like the weather will cool down and the leaves will soon change. It also means that Halloween and Thanksgiving are right around the corner… and the holiday season shortly after. Before we know it, we will be planning for 2021 and asking ourselves where did 2020 go?