The weather outside is getting chilly, so it’s time for some tips to stay #healthy, fit, and well during the winter! Tip 1: Wash your hands frequently (and thoroughly)! Frequent hand washing is the best way to stay healthy. It protects your immune system and the others around you! Make sure you wash thoroughly (you should be able to hum “happy birthday” song in its entirety before you turn off the faucet). Tip 2: Get a steam or sauna! Feeling a bit down or stressed during t
Don’t let the #weekend derail your wellness goals! Here’s how to have a great time AND up your health game! TIP 1: DON'T DITCH THE ALARM Yes, it is great to sleep in, but within reason! Your body thrives on #routine and if you oversleep, you’ll actually feel more tired. The National Sleep Foundation recommends 7-9 hours a night for most people, so try to stick to that. TIP 2: MOVE YOUR BODY Research shows that people log the least hours of physical activity between Friday
The holiday season is just around the corner. What will you do to stay #healthy and well this year? I’ve got some ideas! STICK WITH YOUR ROUTINES. The holidays are not an excuse to break from your usual wellness routines, such as #exercise, eating whole foods, and doing your mindfulness activities. Tackle your holiday months the way you would any other time of year. With all of the holiday parties and special occasions, plan ahead to ensure that you keep up with healthy eati
The brain is designed to seek novelty. So help your brain out and give it what it wants by switching it up!
Today’s #HealthTip is all about leaning into your innate biology. Your brain is built to ignore the old and prioritize the new. Novelty activates your dopamine system and several structures in the brain associated with learning structures. So, novelty tells your brain to pay attention and get motivated! It tells your #brain to get ready to learn something important a
Want a quick way to recharge, reduce burnout, and increase energy? Try changing channels!
Often we feel zapped of our energy because we stay in one place for too long doing the same thing for hours on end. If this sounds like you, then it’s time to switch it up!
There are three primary channels: Cognitive: work that involves your #brain - solving problems, reading, writing. Physical: work that involves #body movement - #exercise, running errands, organizing