Oh my, Oh my, Oh my…. there is a boat load of information floating around on the internet. Isn’t it amazing that we have near instant access to information these days? I think it’s pretty cool. But I also think it can be a tad bit overwhelming. I mean, just telling the difference between good news and bad or fake news can be challenging. Then, we get into all the wonderful help tips, kind of like this one you’re about to read. Some seem so crazy and yet some seem so simple. Which one is best? Honestly, I say just do what feels right for you and build on that each and every day. Learn tips and use them and see how they work for you. Not everything will work for everyone, and it certainly won’t always work the same. Check these things out and see if they stick for you, if not, no biggie, just move on to the next one.
Staying healthy can have its challenges throughout the entire year but it brings on additional challenges especially during winter. Cold weather keeps people inside more often, they spend more time on the couch, they eat more junk food, the eat more food in general, they tell themselves they’ll start new and start fresh come January because it’s a new year. But January is still cold, holiday leftovers are still lingering around, and holiday decorations are still hung up. You see, January doesn’t bring around a magical time warp of motivation. It takes you, on a consistent basis, and that’s what we’re doing to get into right now…
So many people tell me “I don’t have time.” This is such a common theme with my private coaching clients. Time. It seems so arbitrary right. Can you measure it? Can you manage it? My very super simple answer is … wait for it … No! Don’t worry because I’m going to explain what I mean by that next.
Stress and overwhelm are everywhere. They seem to take over our lives sometimes, don’t they? It can certainly feel crazy at times and of course some times are worse than others but, in the end, it’s stress. What is it and how you’re handling it can make or break your lifestyle. Let’s just dive into that a bit deeper.
I’m going to guess that you have a ton of responsibilities in your life. Maybe you have a job where you work for someone else and have to meet their expectations. Maybe you have your own business where you have to focus on your customers and meeting their needs and expectations. Maybe you have responsibilities at home like laundry, cooking, cleaning, taking care of your family. And, let us not forget about the piles of bills you’re also responsible for. Adulting starts to sound a bit like a drag, doesn’t it?
Do you have stress that you have to deal with regularly? Did you know that studies have found many health problems related to stress? It’s sad, but it’s very true. Stress causes damage to our bodies both physically and mentally. How would you feel if you were empowered to take control of your health? How would you feel if you could do that naturally?
Do you ever wish that you could just get a good night sleep? Do you feel like you get up in the morning and wonder if you even got any sleep at all? Sleep is such an important part of our body’s ability to rest and recover that it’s so important to be sure we’re giving our body just what it needs every single night. So, what do you do when you can’t seem to get ahead of the battle you’re having with resting?
Have you ever had an injury that you battled to return from? Maybe recurring headaches that debilitate your ability to function during the day? Maybe you’re trying to lose some weight but just don’t know where to start or how to progress your program?
Most people find they may be referred to a physical therapist after they’ve had an injury or surgery. This is a great time to seek out care from the experts, but did you know that it’s best to seek out advice from a physical therapist before you actually have the injury?
We all want to live a vibrant, fulfilling life for as long as we can. One of the best ways to build that for yourself is to build better brain health. Increasing evidence is showing that participating in healthy, brain building, lifestyle habits is prolonging the ability for memory, focus, and concentration in our brains. Are you ready to put your health first and get started on improving your brain health?
I’m sure you’ve probably heard it before but there are truly benefits to exercise. Exercise can start to put you in charge of your physical and mental health. Can you imagine being able to take control of your feelings, your emotions, and your physical self? How empowered would that make you feel? Let’s take a look at how you can actually put yourself in the driver seat for your future…