1 in 6 US adults suffer from mental illness. Minor problems like stress and anxiety plague more people than ever before. Suicide rates are climbing, billions of dollars are being spent, and millions of lives are affected because of poor mental health.
Many factors are responsible for your mental wellness, but lack of physical activity plays a huge role. Research confirms that physical activity can have a positive impact on your mental health. The easiest way to reap the rewards of exercise is to add running to your daily routine.
Let’s see how running will boost your brain function and mental well-being.
When yoga first appeared, it was used as a mediation practice to improve overall health and balance mind and body. Yoga postures were introduced only later, and were used to prepare the body to sit for long periods of time.
Nowadays, yoga is available for anyone. It’s a practice that everyone learns in their own pace. Don’t aim for perfection; the only thing that matters is that it helps you endure the stress of each day.
Sending your child off to college is a little bit like the day you dropped them off at kindergarten for the first time. Undoubtedly, you wanted to hold their hand and comfort them until they get settled in. This protective instinct will only get stronger now that they are about to go off to college.
We Still Have a Ways to Go in Our Fight Against Obesity
We have acknowledged the issue of obesity as a society, but have yet to make progress in fighting it. How is that possible? This article explores the factors that make obesity so prevalent in our society and what we can do about it.
For most people, work consumes much of their time and energy. As a result, the idea of eating right and adding some type of physical workout into that already exhausting regimen can feel like an impossible goal to meet. Having the right tools can help!
Whether you’re working those long shifts at the office or you’re just clocking in for a few hours at a time, you’re fully aware of how physically, mentally, and emotionally beat you feel on a day-to-day basis. Even if you would prefer to relax when you have downtime, and truly believe that working out is the last thing on earth you want to do, you should still give it a try—you’ll feel so much better if you do. Here’s how you can fight back against those tired and lazy feelings throughout the day and add some physical activity into your workday.
Whether you’re trying to gain muscle, lose weight, live healthier, or improve flexibility, your success begins in your mind. Before your muscles, your gym membership, or your food choices, it starts with your attitude.
Whatever your goal is, whether you’re just starting out or having troubles, remember that your success depends on how you perceive it. Tell yourself you can, and you will. Make a plan, hold yourself accountable, make changes if something isn’t working, forgive yourself if you make mistakes, and celebrate the things you do right. For some people the hard part is starting, for others it’s staying motivated, for some it’s continuing when you fail. Just remember, success will only happen if it starts in your mind.
Mоѕt people think thаt being tіrеd is just раrt of being аn аdult. In reality, wе ассерt far mоrе fаtіguе thаn іѕ nесеѕѕаrу or hеаlthy. Wе bruѕh оff weariness, muѕсlе асhеѕ, іrrіtаbіlіtу, аnd lack оf соnсеntrаtіоn as ѕіmрlу needing more ѕlеер. Whіlе thе average аdult ѕhоuld gеt about eight hоurѕ оf sleep, уоu ѕhоuld be аblе tо function normally and happily оn six оr еvеn fewer іn some саѕеѕ аѕ long аѕ you are tаkіng good care of уоurself in оthеr rеgаrdѕ. So how can you feel less fatigue?