When we have busy lives, we often forget about taking care of ourselves. Instead, we put everyone else before us. While this seems like the ultimate sacrifice that one can make, it takes a major toll on our bodies and minds and will result in both resentment and poor health. Since we never think to pamper ourselves, it’s always a bonus to receive a gift that is geared toward our health. That is why we are going to give you a few more healthy gift giving options to hand out this holiday.
For most people, the holiday season can be a very stressful time. As soon as the Halloween costumes are stashed away and we applaud ourselves for not dipping into the candy corn, it’s time to think of Thanksgiving. If you are tasked with being the host to your family’s annual Thanksgiving dinner then you most likely won’t have a lot of downtime before the big day.
Osteoporosis affects such a major percentage of the population, especially women, which is why it’s immensely important to tackle the disease early on. If you fail to look out for yourself now, the disease can cause a major disruption in your quality of life at an older age. Like most things in life, taking a proactive approach is key to your long term health. Here are a few tips that will help you avoid osteoporosis.
Most know that osteoporosis has something to do with the bones, but what exactly is it and how can you know if you are at risk for it? We are going to start out by offering you a little bit of education on the disease. Known as a bone disease, osteoporosis occurs when your body loses too much bone or no longer makes as much bone as it did before. While the level of the disease can vary quite a bit from person to person, it is essentially a weakening of the bones, which can ultimately lead to fractures resulting from minor falls. Believe it or not, osteoporosis can get so bad that even a sneeze can cause bone breakage.
The influx of technology serves many great purposes, however; it’s important to know when that connectivity is affecting your life or your health. When we constantly have our nose in our phone we are missing out on important bonds that we could be building with our children and our partners. Friendships get lost in the mix when they rely solely on social media platforms and text messages, simply because we need face to face connections for our mental health.
In today’s world we are more distracted than ever before. We see it everywhere we go, from train stations to college classrooms. People everywhere have their heads down towards their phones, ingesting social media posts, news updates, and text messages at every chance they can get. It’s not rare to see someone walking with their nose in the phone, which is why we seldom make contact with strangers and rarely say hello to passerby. We are a society that has gone from building lasting relationships, to one that can go days without seeing another person in real-time.
There is a good chance that you have a friend or family member who has recently shared their love of essential oils with you. Whether you’ve heard of aromatherapy or not, these powerful oils are packed with perks for both your mental and physical health. Here are a few proven benefits of using essential oils for aromatherapy.
Essential oils are all the rage these days. From yoga studios to local drug stores, these aromatic oils are being presented to us in a variety of ways and health fanatics everywhere are promoting them in multiple forms. Are these oils as good as they say or are they just another fad?
In a previous post, we tackled a few tips that are sure to help you stay on track with your health goals during holiday travel. Lucky for you, we have a lot more of those tips up our sleeve and we are ready to share them with you.
If you’re like the majority of Americans, you will be traveling sometime during the holiday season. Whether you are getting to your destination by way of car or plane, you will certainly face some challenges when it comes to staying on track with your diet. Here are a few tips to make sure that you are less likely to get pulled away from making progress during the holiday season.