With the dawn of each new year, many of us make resolutions to start exercising more and eating better. While physical health is certainly a worthy pursuit, total wellness includes mental health as well. Finding ways to work on ourselves physically, mentally and spiritually should be a goal at any time of the year. A total wellness plan helps us to be our best selves not just for our families and careers, but also for our own peace of mind. Here are some ways to boost your health.
Dogs are some of the best pets you could own. They are great for cheering you up when you are down, keeping you company when you are lonely and snuggling with you on cold winter nights. Of course, you want your dog to live a long and healthy life. While the average lifespan of your dog will depend on the breed, there are several things you can do to help keep your dog healthy for years to come.
Does your family have a case of the winter blahs? Just because the weather is cold doesn't mean that you can't get outside and have fun. In fact, there are activities that you can only do during the winter when the snow falls and the ice forms.
Most people feel their best when they look their best, and the appearance of your hair can play a role in that. Whether you've experienced hair thinning, or simply wish you had longer, stronger hair there can be more than one reason to want to improve your overall hair health. If you feel that your hair could use a boost, here are a few things it may be helpful to consider.
Winter can be miserable. It's cold outside, you're cooped up indoors and it's also cold and flu season. While getting a cold is not as common in the summer, people are frequently missing school and work because of illness. Some of this is because of being stuck indoors, where germs can spread more easily. However, some studies have shown that a lowered body temperature can lower your immune response to something like the common cold.