We all want to live a healthy life, but people rarely consider their mental health as a part of the ‘to be healthy’ equation. The truth is, you cannot solely focus on your physical attributes to be healthy. Even though a workout routine and good eating habits can certainly improve your well-being, you need to keep your mental health in top form, too.
A strong, positive mindset allows people to function better in life. Here is a list of steps that will help you create equilibrium between your diet and mental health.
There is a general consensus among many gym goers that the early morning workout lovers are an odd bunch. Waking up at 5am to travel (in the dark) to the gym before work is a ritual that most people happily avoid, and with good reason! Of course, there are many benefits to training early in the morning — and for some people, work and family commitments make it impossible to train at any other time. In this article, we are going to help those of you who suddenly need to start training early to adjust to this new routine. Read more
Thirty day challenges are popular because they involve pushing yourself and your body in a way that you can sustain for the short-term. While this may not a long-term plan, it helps jump start good habits. Results are motivating, and a 30-day challenge is a great way to see results. The beauty of a 30-day challenge is that it can be anything you want it to be. In order to create the perfect challenge for you, consider your goals, set realistic expectations, mix and match plans, make your plan, and celebrate any success.
In the hustle and bustle of our everyday lives, it’s easy for our mental health to make a downturn. Our daily routines get the best of us sometimes — errands, job responsibilities, socializing with our friends… the list is endless. Obligations and places to be bombard us.
Life can get pretty crazy, right? But as nuts as it all gets, self-care should be number one on our list of priorities — especially our mental welfare. While the societal norm often dismisses mental self-care, mental and emotional well-being is essential for everyone.
Anxiety is a psychological disorder manifested in excessive anxiety about several aspects of life, and it can affect people of all ages and genders. It is a silent enemy, stealthily creeping about the dark corners of our minds.
Fitness is an essential part of health that people often set aside in order to focus on other aspects of their lives. Sometimes other tasks take priority. Sometimes people are simply not up for the task of focusing more on their fitness.
Many people fear the process of getting fit. They think that eating healthy and being active are big chores with a high risk of failure. They are comfortable where they are and don’t know how to adjust to the changes. However, we’re here to tell you that it’s not as scary as you think and you definitely can make it work!
Do you always wake up in the morning feeling exhausted and fatigued? Where and how you sleep affects how you feel in the morning. What most people don’t know is that the biggest contributor to a good night’s sleep is a good mattress. Mattress, darkness, temperature, and mindset all determine how well you will sleep. And, above all, how relaxed you feel each and every morning.
Unknown to many, having a poor night sleep is the beginning of your physical and mental issues. These include, but are not limited to, backaches, fatigue, irritability, and heart disease. So, as food and clothing are basic needs to you, so should a good sleep system. A dark, cool room with a solid bed and a good mattress should also be part of the basic needs for every person. Failing to sleep well will not only be harmful to your general well-being, but also reduce your concentration levels and impact your overall performance.
Saying a nurse is busy seems a little redundant, doesn’t it? Generally, nurses live busy lives no matter what type of nursing they do. Healthcare is a field with long hours, a fast-paced environment, high-stress situations, and little time to do anything besides rushing off to their next task.
Nurses do it because they love it. They love medicine, they enjoy helping others, and they know they can make a difference. However, it’s a career that comes at a price. Nursing is daunting on a few levels, and one of them is health. Having little time to eat, being emotionally drained, not having much time to exercise (besides the exercise that comes with the job), being focused on others, and balancing their work life and their home life are some common struggles for nurses to face. Fortunately, there are a few tips to help busy nurses have healthier lives.
Do you want to drop a few pounds? Let’s face it: you have probably come across a multitude of diets that promise miraculous weight loss in weeks. Most diets are way too restrictive, harm your health, and you usually put on (even more) weight once you’re done with the program.
Successful weight loss is not rocket science; you just need to exercise regularly and follow a well-balanced diet regimen. This includes enriching your nutrition with foods and beverages that are detoxifying agents and improve your metabolism. Coffee can jumpstart your weight loss, as you’ll learn here: