Often stretching is thought of as fundamental as part of an exercise program, as the warm-up or cool-down. Stretching is a great way to start your day and it comes with a wide range of other benefits.
Many people seek lower back pain relief without ever really knowing what is causing the problem. Since poor posture is one of the biggest reasons for lower back pain, correcting your posture from the ground up is a vital part of reducing or eliminating your back pain.
Sitting is something that everyone does too much of, that does not seem too harmful but is slowly deteriorating our health. We need to take precautions against a sedentary lifestyle. Sitting slows your metabolism because large muscles (like those in your legs) are not being used and therefore not burning calories, and a high metabolism is crucial for losing weight and keeping it off.
Headaches are an incredibly common problem, the physical and mental toll migraines and other headaches take on those who suffer from them can be quite significant. It is important to seek treatment to minimize their occurrence and impact.
Gratitude is good for you in so many ways and on many levels!
Grateful people have better physical health, decreased stress, sleep better, more positive relationships and improved mental health. Viewing life with grateful eyes gives insight that life owes us nothing, recent events show us that:
It’s important to be kind to your back while working from home during this time of social distancing. You may not have a designated home office workspace with an ideal set up. Here are a few tips to improve your at-home work ergonomics and protect your back.