Nowadays, more and more people feel constantly tired – even exhausted – and they don’t appear to be aware of the reason. The reality is being constantly on the run and trying to complete their everyday tasks can be really demanding, so there’s no wonder they end up feeling very tired.
Whether we travel all the time or once a year, we’re all aware of impending travel sickness. Remember Airborne? Skip that sugary fizz tablet and follow these rules to stay balanced and healthy on your next vacation.
Self-care is a holistic mind and body approach to creating physical and mental wellness. It requires attention in three areas: mental wellness, physical wellness, and spiritual wellness. While we often find ways to feed ourselves mentally and spiritually, the physical portion takes a back seat. Usually due to over-crammed schedules, fatigue, or most often the […]
Written by: Pamela Todd, Certified Yoga Therapist and Yoga instructor pamelatoddyogatherapy.com
Often times, when it comes to a New Year’s resolution to get fit and improve your health, you may find that you start out strong, but after a few months, your drive has diminished or even disappeared completely. All hope isn’t lost, and there are ways to get back on track once you recognize what […]
Written by: Jill Roth, Certified Essentrics® Instructor, from BodyAwarenessCoach.com
A whopping 67% of people with gym memberships never visit the gym. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says that adults should spend at least 2.5 hours per week doing moderate-intensity exercises, plus focus on strength-training techniques at least 2 days a week. You can’t tackle that recommendation from your sofa, so it’s important […]
When people set a goal to lose weight and get in better shape, oftentimes they have this idea of how that’s supposed to go – an image of them struggling through bowls of endless salad and running mile after mile in solitude. Sometimes, getting in shape can feel like a solitary task – you vs. […]
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