We may hope to be young and in perfect health forever, but unfortunately that won’t happen. Even as young adults, there are still a lot of risks to your health you have to watch out for. What you might see as harmless could have some bigger consequences down the road. Here are the risks you need to keep an eye on.
No one likes losing an hour of sleep when we spring forward into Daylight Saving Time every year, but it can be a great opportunity to make some small changes in your life to help you get healthier. Don’t make big changes or big decisions — you shouldn’t make any important decisions when sleep deprived — but there are plenty of small steps you can take to spring forward with your health.
Runners who live in cold-weather states know it can be tough to get in a good run during the winter months. Sure, the most hardcore runners will put up with any kind of weather, but it’s not always safe or practical to do so.
As a working professional, you most likely suffer from an increasingly common ailment: lunchtime dread. You want to have a healthy meal to look forward to at work, but you don’t want to spend your entire lunch break — and savings account — on eating out every day.
On the flip side, you don’t want to waste all your free time prepping extravagant meals.
The expression “new year, new me” may be something you are focusing on this year. You’ve created wellness goals that are going to pave the way to the health and body you want to achieve. But now it’s time to put it all into action and you may already be worrying about not meeting those goals. These quick tips will help you crush your wellness goals this year so you can look back on this time a year from now and confidently say “I did it.”
Let’s face it: 2016 was not a banner year for humanity. Everyone can pinpoint a moment when he or she just wanted to throw in the towel and hibernate until 2017 rolled in.
In these turbulent times, it might have been hard to see a bit of rainbow through the rain. However, we’re here to remind you that there were some good things to happen this year. Well, one in particular:
Some people hear “healthy” and think bland and boring. But you know better.
So you may want to keep it to yourself this holiday season when you end up serving the healthy side dishes. There is so much flavor packed into these small but mighty side dishes that no one will know you’ve got their best health interests at heart.
Honey has been used for centuries to promote healing. Folklore is littered with the magical properties of honey, which says something about the widely believed notion that honey does – in fact – have a power to heal.
This notion is strengthened by the number of case studies and clinical research that has been done to explore the many health benefits of honey. No one can deny honey is special and contains properties that are beneficial to the health and well-being of those who consume it. However, not all honeys are the same.
It’s no surprise that winter is tough on your skin: It’s your first shield against frigid temps, icy precipitation and everything in between.
For many, winter is a wash as far as skin improvements go. Why bother making things better if even dermal normalcy is hard to come by during this time? However, you can take a few steps to make sure your skin looks better than ever during winter and beyond.