Small consistent habits can have a much more significant impact on our health and well being than sporadic, intense activities. Try incorporating these three habits and reap the benefits – short term and long term!
It’s no surprise that people who get a full, deep night’s sleep – on a regular basis – are much healthier, on average, than those who don’t. Wish you could join their ranks? You can. Here’s a topline on how to use light, to help you take back the night – and snooze happily through it.
By now, just about everyone understands that sugar, especially all the added sugar dumped into sweetened drinks and other processed foods, is a health and wellness disaster. It hijacks our taste buds, pumps up blood sugar and insulin levels (next stop, diabetes) and it’s a major driver, maybe the major driver, of weight gain.
Finding deep, restorative sleep can be challenging after a long day, whether you are active or sedentary. Monotonous movement — or lack thereof — at work or home can create tension and pressure on the joints and spine. A gentle yoga routine performed before bedtime can help quiet the mind, lower stress and blood pressure, release muscle tension, and loosen stiff joints.