How much we sleep and how well we sleep have a profound effect on our cognitive, emotional and physical health. We have many natural tools to help maintain healthy sleep habits. Knowing how to get a better night’s sleep without medication will improve how you function daily.
Getting healthy is important for everyone. Eating right and exercising regularly is mandatory to improve your health, help prevent illness or injury, and improve your mood. Even though we all know this is what is best for us, it is often difficult to know where to begin.
Looking for a way to exercise that will benefit your entire body? Try walking. Not only can you do it anywhere, but it has a positive effect on all aspects of your physical being as well as your emotional and mental state.
It only takes a few minutes to make a zucchini look like a gourmet meal! A Spiralizer, three ingredients and 20 minutes makes this Italian style meal or side dish.
One of the most significant causes of hair thinning is damaged hair and breakage. The cuticle (outer layer of each hair strand) is the protective layer for your hair. If it gets damaged it cannot be repaired.and the hair strands are prone to breakage.
Too much emphasis is put on an ideal weight. It’s important to use the scale wisely. Let it guide your success and to help assess your weight loss progress.
The first step to setting a weight loss goal is to be realistic. There are many factors that we must take into consideration including body type, whether or not we have had children, and age.
Research is also being done to learn more about how vitamin D plays a role in the prevention of, or protecting against, heart failure, diabetes, cancer, respiratory tract infections and autoimmune diseases such as Multiple Sclerosis and Rheumatoid Arthritis.
I personally think we look at starting a diet the way a groom looks at his bachelor party before getting married. We think the we need to take time for one last wild and crazy indulgence; our one last chance to do everything we will NEVER be able to do again.
Weight gain and depression go hand in hand. While depression can cause weight gain, being over weight, or gaining weight can cause depression. This circle means that until we take charge of either the depression or the weight, both have the potential to intensify.