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  This article will offer you simple techniques to cope with stress. A whooping 80% of people say they have recently experienced physical and emotional symptoms of stress, like headache or feeling overwhelmed or depressed, the American Psychological Association reports. And no wonder, more than ever before we are being bombarded by negative messages on the news, on our social…
Motivation
July 07.2020
Diastasis Recti is commonly defined as abdominal separation. It is known to occur in pregnant and postpartum women, but also in newborn babies, and even gut-busting men. Despite its often-ambiguous implications, diastasis recti is the hottest new topic in pre and postnatal fitness today. But is it an aesthetic issue, or a serious core-debilitating problem? Does it warrant closing via…
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July 02.2020
How to deal with emotional eating ? Negative feels probably give you the urge to get some chocolate versus a plate of steamed broccoli)) And it's natural to crave crap food when you are in a crap mood, since sweets and simple carbs cause your brain to release hits of feel-good chemicals, says Rachel Lustgarten, RD at Weill Cornell Medicine…
alt Nutrition
June 27.2020
Stress and Cortisol Your body responds to all the stress in the same way, whether it's something legitimately life-threatening, like a bear attack or a ridiculous work deadline. First your brain instructs your adrenal glands to release a burst of adrenaline which revs heart rate and frees up stored energy (glucose and fat) that you can use to fight a…
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June 25.2020
What is fascia? Fascia is the key connective tissue below the skin that can cause a tight, knotted feeling. But show it some TLC ( tender loving care) and it will help you move well for life. How can you and why do we need to  release fascia? The fascia separates the muscles so they can work independently of each…
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June 23.2020
Have you recently found yourself with a stuffy head, a runny nose, a scratch in your throat or all-around lethargy? Although some people are genetically blessed with a great immune system, most people have to work hard at daily lifestyle habits to keep the body in good health. So, How to boost your Immune System? Although an illness can completely disrupt training,…
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June 16.2020
Did you know that it takes ~20 minutes for your brain to tell your stomach that your stomach is full? If you constantly find yourself wishing that you didn't eat "that much", here are three tips to help you overcome and reduce the risk of overeating. Here is how to stop with overeating.  Steps to deal with Overeating? 1. Stick to…
alt Nutrition
June 16.2020
Plantar fasciitis is most commonly caused by repetitive strain injury to the ligament of the sole of the foot. Such strain injury can be from excessive running or walking, inadequate foot gear, and jumping injury from landing. There are plenty of Plantar fasciitis stretches and exercises below:  What you can do:  Rest. Elevate your feet. Use shoe inserts. Icing Proper…
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June 15.2020
Carpal tunnel syndrome is caused by compression of the median nerve as it passes through the carpal tunnel and under the transverse carpal ligament at the wrist. What you can do : Wear a carpel tunnel splints. Keeping your wrists straight can help relieve the pressure on your median nerve. Symptoms are more common at night, so wearing a splint…
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June 15.2020
Just like energy and attention, motivation is not an unlimited resource. It comes and goes. The biggest mistake is allowing our feelings to drive our behaviors when what we need is to let our behavior drive our feelings. If you wait until you feel like working out, that urge may never come. Exercising regularly shouldn’t be elective- it should be…
Motivation
June 13.2020