Good mental health is just as important as physical health, and the two are part of each other. By now, we know how damaging stress can be to the body. As we go through the stresses of everyday life, there can be times when we fall apart. We simply lose it and plummet into depression, anxiety, fear, and even pain conditions such as fibromyalgia. It feels hopeless. Perhaps there is another natural alternative to pharmaceuticals after all?
Losing Weight Usually Means Loosening Skin… or Does it?
If you’ve ever transformed your body, you know that weight loss can be tough. From cravings to low-energy, the journey is never smooth. Of course, the sacrifice is well worth it—after all, if you can change your body, then you can change anything!
But there’s an ugly truth: losing weight is often only half the battle. In some cases, loose skin can remain after weight loss. As you might imagine, this is incredibly demoralizing. If you’re struggling with loose and saggy skin, you’re probably wondering, “What can I do about it naturally?” Here are 5 simple strategies for restoring elastic (and youthful) skin.
Chances are, you have some friends who are big fans of the social media health posts. Or maybe you’re that friend. They post transformations, workout regimens, healthy meals, or photos of themselves in the gym mirror surrounded by weights. Social media exercise and health posts get a bad rep, but in reality can be important.
Social media postings are a way to stay accountable and share what makes you happy or what you are passionate about. Many who post their workouts are also posting to inspire others or to celebrate achievements. These posts may seem narcissistic or annoying to some, but for others it’s a way to share something they are working hard at. Here are ways your social media can help you achieve your goals.
Everyone has a different relationship with exercise. Some people genuinely love it, and others do it with a sense of obligation. Some people hate exercising. In any event, most of us would rather be doing anything else than working out.
Motivation can be a struggle for anyone, at least some of the time. For people who hate to exercise, motivation can be doubly hard. Working so hard to motivate yourself to workout makes it much harder to be consistent, which doesn’t do much to stop the cycle of negativity. Here’s how to break the cycle.
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You may not have a fancy home studio, but that doesn’t mean you can’t workout at home. How do we know? That’s what our entire site is about! Do it yourself at-home fitness. So how on earth do you workout from home? What do you need? Well, thankfully the answer is: not much. We’ll show you how to workout at home here:
We are in the midst of a fitness age—everybody is working out and it’s fantastic. As we busy ourselves in the pursuit of strength and fitness, everywhere from state of the art facilities to the local gym in the butcher shop basement is seeing an upturn in fortunes.
While we are eagle-eye focused on getting bigger, faster, and stronger, we must not forget one essential element of our continuing life and fitness journey: mobility. This is a really important factor in achieving the most we can from every workout and also staying injury-free.
Human beings are always multitasking. They start with another task even before the previous one is over. And why wouldn’t they? There is so much to do and so little time. This is the thought that has become prevalent all over the world—we are busy, and it is making us sick. Mindful meditation is the answer to almost all the health questions our generation has been collectively raising.