Dealing with mental health issues, whether it’s depression, anxiety or something else can be difficult. While it may be possible to keep them under control at times, at others they may feel hard to manage, and this can be overwhelming. The thing that many don’t realize, though, is that there are simple things they can do themselves to help improve their mental health.(more…)
Posts Tagged ‘Healthy Lifestyle’
Summer is a great time to refresh yourself and get started on a new you. There’s an energy in the air that only comes because of the summer sun. No matter who you are, it never hurts to become a little more health-conscious and work on bettering yourself. Once you start though, don’t let anything hold you back. You need to keep going no matter what. Here are a few things that will help you get in better shape.(more…)
While the world battles against a global pandemic isolating the majority of the people and confining them to their homes, a bigger fight continues for those who are single, the struggle of staying alone and out of human touch. While others, married or in a relationship, on the contrary, face problems of strained relations because of a lack of communication and personal space. Here is our latest in our quarantine series of managing the fallout of lockdown through fitness and healthy lifestyle habits. Let’s consider what to do when the stay-at-home order is lifted.(more…)
Belly fat is embarrassing and affects your confidence level. It is a fact that this kind of fat is the easiest to gain and most challenging to lose. Also, belly fat can lead to many health problems. Excess belly fat can also lead to the formation of visceral fat around your liver, kidneys, lungs, heart, and other organs. A high amount of visceral fat can cause health conditions like diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, dementia, and cancer. Therefore, it’s essential to lose belly fat. Get started by following these easy ways to reduce belly fat at home.(more…)
Some of us are trying to improve our body composition – whether losing fat or building muscle. Others are trying to improve performance. There are a few whose goal is to improve flexibility or mobility. In nearly all of these cases, results are enhanced as we are able to more effectively burn fat.
More often that not it is hard to obtain desired results from simply “working out”. This frustration begins a downward spiral of accepting being overweight, unhealthy or enduring unnecessary pain. However, if you need direction on how to effectively burn fat, then read these tips to start shedding pounds today.(more…)
A healthier body and a healthier lifestyle are some of the most sought-after aspects of life. Tons of studies and research have been poured into defining what leads to a long-term life of good health. The path to achieve a healthier body can be summarized into a good diet, exercise, managing stress, and kicking off bad habits. Information from different sources and people’s talk have become very overwhelming, as not every source can provide you with concrete information and the overload of info can really be confusing.
You need to realize that achieving a healthy body is different from achieving a good body. You can look good, but that doesn’t necessarily mean that you’re healthy. We’ll be giving you a mini-guide with a few simple steps that can help you achieve a healthier body.(more…)
Not getting enough sleep at night does more than make you feel groggy, cranky and unfocused in the morning. If you constantly toss and turn at night and wake up feeling fatigued, you may have a hindered ability to retain information and concentrate on your daily tasks. Lack of quality sleep is mentally draining, so it’s not uncommon for sleep-deprived people to have memory issues and mood changes as well.
Aside from the negative impact to your emotional state and mental abilities, there are a number of detrimental effects of sleep deprivation to your physical health. Adults who don’t get 7 to 9 hours of quality sleep at night on a regular basis are also more prone to a range of medical conditions, from high blood pressure to weight gain. Read on to know more about these effects so you can take steps to improve your sleep. (more…)
Good morning! It is time to start your day, and breakfast comes in handy in giving you the energy to get you going. Eating the right breakfast will not only ensure that you jump-start your metabolism but also trigger your body to burn fat for improved weight loss.
Are you interested in losing weight, but do not know how you can shed an extra pound through your breakfast? Well, there are viable ideas that if incorporated into your morning meals can cause significant changes in your weight.
This article samples the top 6 breakfast ideas for weight loss. Enjoy! (more…)
So when the cravings hit you forget all about diet and fitness and start relishing whatever is on the table? Suddenly, New Year Resolution fades into oblivion and after a gourmet meal, you feel of indulging in your guilty pleasures? This is a dilemma of every person with little on the heavier side and their struggle to reach their ideal weight goes down the memory lane with every bite of glazed doughnut.
So here we bring smart hacks that will help you stick to your diet and break up with junk food at least for some time:
A lot of people are sleep deprived… Everything from last minute travel to anxiety prevents people from getting a good night’s rest on a regular occasion. While sleep deprivation is nothing uncommon, you’d be surprised to know just how many people don’t get enough sleep…
Last year, Pegasus Capital Advisors teamed up with ResMed and Dr. Oz to from SleepScore Labs, an organization that aims to enables us to understand our sleep and deliver the first clinically proven standard for measuring sleep in our homes.
Back in January, they organization conducted the largest sleep study in the history of the United States, which looked at sleep information from more than 20,000 people and a collective 1.5 million nights’ worth of sleep. And they discovered that sleep is chronically neglected by most Americans.
Just check this out – according to data from the study, almost 80% of US citizens aren’t getting the recommended amount of sleep each night. Moreover, men in the US average only 5 hours and 45 minutes of sleep each night, while women are slightly better, with 6 hours and 9 minutes. (more…)