Post-holiday bloat is something that can sneak up on you and be pesky well into the month of January. Here are a few more tips for battling the bloat…
From Thanksgiving until New Year’s Day, we are bombarded with celebratory snacks and it’s hard to go too far without being offered up a plate of appetizers or a hefty portion of pie. Snacks are everywhere this time of year, and if you’re like most people, you will indulge a bit. Sometimes the overkill of snacks can leave you feeling full well into the new year, which is why we have put together a few proven tips to de-bloat yourself after the holiday binge.
In our previous post, we shared a few tips designed to help you follow-thru with your New Year’s resolutions, and today we have a few more that are sure to keep you in line and fighting off the temptation to cave in.
Happy New Year! If you are like most people, you are geared up and ready to make 2019 your best year ever. Whether it’s your new and improved healthy eating plan or your mission to stay more organized, we want to make sure that you are equipped with the tools needed to tackle these annual goals. Here are a few tips on how to stick with that New Year’s resolution…
Let’s be honest…the cold and sunless weather isn’t causing most of us to jump out of bed and tackle our to-do list every day. If you live in an area of the country where warm weather hides away for the winter, then you may know exactly what it’s like to get a case of the winter blues. Here are some tips for battling these blues and keeping yourself upbeat and motivated when it’s not so tempting to go outside.
If you are like the majority of people, then you have some form of poor posture. Whether it’s how you sit or stand, improper posture could be doing some major damage to your body in the long run. If you still aren’t convinced to stand more upright, then let’s talk about the many benefits associated with having an aligned body.
At one point or another in our lives, we have all been told that our posture wasn’t up to par. Whether you were reprimanded for poor posture by a teacher in your school days or by a doctor in your adult life, we have all been suspects when it comes to the unnecessary slumping. It’s not easy to sit upright, keeping your core tight and shoulders back, which is why so many of us are caught hunched over, extending our necks out in a position that will inevitably land us right in a chiropractor’s or physical therapist office. In today’s world, we are extremely inclined to participate in poor posture, considering the majority of our working hours are spent in front of a computer and we are sitting more than ever before. Luckily, you can make a few simple changes to reverse your bad sitting and standing habits.
The majority of people go through some type of back pain in their life. Whether it’s due to pregnancy or simply an aging body, back pain can be brutal on your build. And while you may think that the last thing you need to do when you are experience pain is to move, stretching may be the best thing for you. It is the key to preventing and helping ease pain. We all are well aware that exercise is good for the body, but stretching often gets pushed aside, when it is a main component to our daily physical activity. Stretching helps prevent future episodes of pain or injury, you want to be sure that you are executing the stretches properly.