Articles in the ‘Health and Wellness’ Category
What if I told you that you could live a happier, healthier and even longer life – and that the way to do it was super easy? Well, it’s true. Multiple studies have shown that one simple thing can improve your physical and mental health and even help you to live longer.
Do you ever feel like you’ve had more trouble concentrating lately? Or that it’s harder to make decisions than it used to be? Research shows that we’re still feeling the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, including an increasingly common phenomenon called “pandemic brain.”
When it comes to what’s good or bad for us, we hear so much conflicting information. You might read in the news that a certain food or practice is healthy, but then a few years later new research finds that it’s really not. No wonder we don’t always know what’s good for us! If you’re not sure if your habits are really healthy, check out this list of so-called “healthy” habits that actually aren’t so good for you.
Chronic pain impacts just about every aspect of your life, so finding the treatment that works for you is critical. If medications haven’t gotten you the results you want, it might be time to consider something different. The most important thing you can do on your pain relief journey is to not give up. There are several treatments for chronic pain that have been proven to get results. Myofascial therapy and cupping are two of them.
Some women love wearing makeup. It makes them feel good about themselves or gives them an outlet for self-expression and that’s great! But if you’re wearing makeup every day because you’re self-conscious or you think that it’s just the ‘normal’ thing to do, you might be wearing it for the wrong reasons.
Many women in their 30s, 40s and even 50s still have acne. It’s also a time when we start to develop fine lines and, eventually, wrinkles. So, what do you do when your skin is suffering from both acne and signs of aging at the same time?
ADHD (sometimes known as ADD) is almost always associated with children, especially boys. Many people don’t know that ADHD is actually common in girls as well, and that it can impact someone’s life into adulthood. If you feel like you’ve always struggled with showing up to places on time, getting work done, keeping your home clean or controlling your emotions, you might have adult ADHD.
If you’ve already given up on your New Year’s Resolution, you’re not alone. One survey found that 55% of respondents kept their New Year’s resolution for less than a year, with 11% lasting less than a month.
If you’ve given up on your fitness goals for this year, you don’t have to wait until the new year to get back on track. It’s never too late to start over.
Most people know one thing about meditation: that it involves clearing your mind. No wonder people find it so intimidating! Who can completely clear their mind? Well, it takes some time, but you can do it with meditation.
You can use the old pen-and-paper method for tracking your exercise routine, or you can use an app and claim it as your accountability coach. Here are 5 apps that can help you achieve success with your exercise routine.