Statistics show that just 8% of people achieve their New Year's Resolutions. Everyone has their hearts in the right place when making their resolutions, however, many fall short for a number of reasons. Take a look at some of the best strategies for a successful new year's resolution!
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As you age, your lifecycle nutrition needs change along side it. Learn what adjustments you need to keep up with changing nutritional needs. At it's core, a healthy diet remains fundamentally the same at age 25 to 65+.
The process of consuming food then extracting and converting it into what the body needs puts stress on the body. To counter this, we need to be aware of what we ought to eat to fit our changing lifecycle nutrition needs. We need to strike a balance between different nutrimental foods to get us to looking and feeling our best. However our needs for specific nutrients change with age.
Many of us are experts at producing excuses for not trying yoga let alone anything new.
We make excuses why we aren’t sleeping enough, exercising or practicing healthy eating habits. Granted, for those with difficulty making ends, these “stories” are more often than not justified. But for others, excuses often mask a destructive cycle of underlying beliefs that negatively impact our health needs.
I know here at Healtheo360 we are working hard all day long to do our jobs diligently but like many of you we are mostly confined to a desk all day. Sitting at a desk all day can leave you feeling sore and even can have serious health effects.
Looking for a reason to get up and moving this summer? Check out this remarkable website that hosts an impressive database of runs and walks in your area. From 5K fun runs to marathons they have it all! Just select your location and find a race that’s close to you. Take special note of the races that raise money and awareness for a illnesses or diseases that may be near and dear to your heart.
The importance of a healthy morning routine can lay the groundwork for the day ahead. By starting your day by doing something positive, you will increase your likelihood of being more productive during the day.
If children start with the idea that working out can be fun, they will be more likely to have a positive outlook on exercise which lays the groundwork for healthy habits and even healthier lifestyles. One of the best ways to get kids active is by finding ways to get them active without making it feel like actual exercise. In todays world of TV and video games children tend to be less inclined to go outside and exercise, these following simple workouts wont turn your six year old into the hulk but they will get their blood pumping and burn calories all while having fun!
February is National Therapeutic Recreation Month. Along with improving quality of life, therapeutic recreation also has many other benefits:
1. To promote and enhance quality of life
2. To offer activities that are meaningful to each client
3. To enhance or maintain cognitive abilities
4. To enhance or maintain physical abilities
5. To promote emotional and psychosocial well-being
6. To provide opportunity for socialization
7. To offer opportunity for creative expression
8. To offer opportunity for decision making, choice, and responsibility
9. To offer opportunity for spiritual expression
10. To offer solace and relaxation
11. To provide opportunity for fun, pleasure, and enjoyment
12. To offer opportunity to share common interests, cultures, and experiences
13. To promote independence and decreased learned helplessness
14. To provide opportunity to learn new skills, adapt old skills, and enjoy new leisure experiences
During exercise, many individuals focus on cardio that is excellent for staying fit and burning calories. However, sometimes that leads to slacking on exercises that focus on flexibility. These exercises should not be neglected, and doing consistent stretches can be extremely beneficial for your body. From decreasing pain to improved circulation—good flexibility has lifelong benefits. Here are a few major ones to get you in the stretching mood: