Scientific research has revealed the importance of having a good night’s sleep on our physical, mental and emotional health.
Patterns give you the tools to make crucial distinctions in deciding how to deal with people. Become a student of possibility. Constantly gauge and calibrate the people around you.
I do not know about you, but when my space is a mess, I’m a mess. Having a messy house, room or even car can make you feel like everything is hectic, rushed and out of place.
Awareness strategies do just that – provide information for the purpose of enhancing knowledge and understanding in the minds of a captive audience.
True wellness comes when we feel good on the inside and our mind, body and spirit are in harmony. In addition, there is a spectrum of foods, lifestyle habits and thoughts that range from healthy to unhealthy. We all feel better as we move towards the healthy end of the spectrum.
Inadequate sleep and sleep disorders have consequences in these two major domains: excessive sleepiness with behavioral consequences, leading to risk including increased rate of motor vehicular crashes; and metabolic consequences, leading to an increase of obesity and insulin resistance.
Over the years, I’ve been talking to clients about what they look for in a caregiver/nurse. Last week, you read all about the roles and responsibilities that they should generally embody in this specialised career.
Is your teen often flustered, irritable or completely exhausted? Is he or she hesitant to go to school or often feel sick due to worry? Are they anxious when you talk about what’s to come in the future, like career plans?
I proposed that we encourage lifestyle change on the basis of improving health rather than on the basis of losing weight for the prevention or reduction in the prevalence of chronic non-communicable diseases, also known simply as, lifestyle diseases.
Once you learn to master your emotions and use them as a call to action, you can either change your perception or change your approach.