There is something to be said about that moment of enlightenment where you realize you’re feeling sad or anxious and you don’t know why, and then, bam, it hits you!
For the last year or so, I’ve been a little scattered with a few too many things on my plate and I let my overall fitness suffer. So, getting back into shape was definitely on my to-do list this year.
I’m so excited! I recently got back from six days on very special education/nutrition Retreat at Sanoviv Medical Institute.
No one likes being in the hospital. So why not make it as pleasant as possible?
Once you are out of danger and/or surgery, and in the recovery phase, there are ways to make your stay more comfortable and stress free, and even include some luxurious touches.
According to many healing traditions, the root of all illness begins in the gut.
The latest research shows a strong connection between gut health and autism, ADHD, depression and even Alzheimer’s, not to mention autoimmune conditions.
One of the best things that you can do to get the most from life after 60 is to get in great shape.
Even small things, like setting an egg-timer to remind yourself to get up and stretch every hour, can have a big impact on your body. Many people also find pleasure in gardening, strolling in the park or walking a dog.
What would you say if I told you that there was a way to feel healthier, find more energy, improve your intelligence and look better?
No, I’m not talking about a new gene therapy or magic anti-aging potion. My solution won’t cost you a penny. It you want to improve every aspect of your life, all you need to do is exercise.
Over the last several years, I’ve had the opportunity to talk with hundreds of baby boomer women about their happiness, health and financial security.
Through these conversations, I have come to realize that the single best thing you can do to have an amazing life after 60 is exercise regularly.
We’ve all been there; suddenly stressed and needing a few minutes to calm down. But it is not easy, to find “space” for a time out when you’re with a group of people. This is especially true if you don’t want those around you to realize you are in an agitated state.