Uncertainty has caused many people to reevaluate their lifestyles and habits. This has led to renewed interest in clean and healthy living among a growing segment of the population. Unfortunately, there is a common misconception that living healthy is too expensive. By following basic tips, even families with meager budgets can make changes that will improve their wellness. As a bonus, you will actually even save money by following some of the established advice.
You know it's important to read nutritional labels, but you don't know how to do it?
Do you want to lose extra weight and keep it off? I will share with you some advise that I have gained in my years of loosing weight. I have lost over 200 lbs following this advise. First this might seem common sense but my first advise is drink lots of water. Make sure you are hydrating your body. The human body is 70% is H2O which is simply water. In order to maintain equilibrium and balance of bodily function the body must be 70% H2O water. Water is good for you for many reasons, first it keeps body moving and running as it should. Second it cleans your body from toxins, bacteria and other impurities that have entered the body from food consumption or breathing unhealthy products in the air like carbon dioxide. Think of water as the cheapest medicine that your body needs and requires for functioning well.
Have you noticed some weight gain during the COVID-19 lock-down period? If you have, you're not alone. Millions of people are reporting on their social media accounts that they've picked up anywhere from a few to an unnamed number of pounds from the inactivity of quarantine. It's understandable.
Bed times can feel a little stressful these days. Sleeping with such uncertainty isn’t for everyone. To be our best and feel motivated, not just to get through the day but to make the most of each day, sleep is crucial. Just as crucial as what we eat and how much we exercise. Our slumber is often the first thing to go awry when life gets stressful. These three tips will help you beat the bedtime blues and improve your sleep for better days.
Health and caring for our immune system has always been important, but now more than ever with the coronavirus effecting every aspect of our lives, it has forced people to think more about how to take care of their immune system better. Even if you do not live a healthy life at the moment, like for example maybe you've been spending your extra time at home eating junk food, it is crucial to know that it is never too late to start living healthy now. There are many many ways we can boost our immune systems but I've put together a list of 5 simple ways you can start living healthy today.
Like most people, I used to think that morning routines were a little overrated. I did not necessarily think I needed a routine to get motivated for the day. What I soon found out was that my perspective of morning routines needed a shift. The more I started listening to podcasts and looking into some of my favorite entrepreneurs' practices, I became intrigued. I started reading and researching different concepts of morning routines and that is what then became Morning Mastery.
And just like that-- it's already the I-don't-know-what-day-it-is-anymore day into this self-quarantine journey.
I’m a high school student that runs track for my school. During the summer I do track too but the corona has been canceling my plans. If you are dedicated and still wanting to workout here are my thoughts.
The amount of water inside the human body is almost half to three-quarters full. Looking at it from an automobile perspective, it is like bringing your vehicle to the gas station. Then taking the nozzle and filling the car a half tank to three-quarters full. However, the difference is the driver must maintain that tank level of gas for the vehicle to run efficiently. That example is somewhat similar to the water inside of the human body. The only difference is most cars can go below a quarter tank and still run smoothly. However, the water within the human body is so unique that humans have no idea how they maintain that level. There may be one out of every hundred people that know the amount of water they drink by the ounce per day.
For many seniors, stability is a huge problem. This is because if you aren’t stable and able to maintain your balance well, you are more likely to fall. For seniors, falling is dangerous because with weaker bones and joints, serious injuries are likely. Fortunately, there are a number of things that seniors can do to improve stability.
April is World Autism Awareness Month. And this year, it appears that it may be overshadowed by a world pandemic. Every time we turn on the news these days, COVID-19 is front and center.