You feel good about the amount of water you drank, you got your workout in and even prepared a healthy dinner. Sounds like a pretty good day, right?
Then the late-night-snacking creeps in, you can't resist and just like that it feels like all the good choices you made during the day are washed down the drain.
Sleep is such an important aspect of our health and wellbeing, yet so many struggle to get a good night’s rest. Whether you have trouble falling asleep, staying asleep or getting quality sleep, it is awful to get up in the morning feeling tired and groggy. Starting the day this way is less than ideal and more often than not it affects your mood and productivity for the rest of the day. Bummer.
Of course there can be a number of reasons that play a role in the quality of your sleep but let me share a few common ones and what you can do to fix it. It’s time to get that rest you deserve (and so desperately need)!
Are you getting flooded with advertising about products and how they can improve your immune system? True, immunity is now more essential to our day-to-day lives than it has ever been before, especially after the past few years. We keep looking for ways to strengthen our body's immune system and maintain our health, especially during the cold and flu season.
Luckily there are a number of simple adjustments that you can make to "uplevel" our immune function. Ready? Grab a pen and paper, take notes and start today. Here are five things you can do every day, starting today, to boost your immunity.
Practicing gratitude has been shown to have many benefits for physical and mental health. From reducing stress to improving sleep, gratitude can be a powerful tool for transforming your health. One way to practice gratitude is to keep a gratitude journal. A gratitude journal is simply a place to record things you are grateful for in your life.
When we make goals for the New Year, we should put a lot of attention on building new habits instead of trying to change everything at once. When you try to change too much at once, it can be a shock. This can make you give up before you reach the goals you really want to reach. Here's how to make new healthy habits that stick, since old ones are hard to break.