Healthy habits and tips that prevent disease and keep your mind and body running in tip-top shape.
It's important to keep a supply of toothbrushes around and change them often for healthy dental care (which affects our overall health). And kitchen sponges are another bacteria catcher that needs very frequent replacing.
If you have a bad back, wear a back brace when walking long disances.
I was borderline diabetic, just had labs done, my A1C is down o 6.1, fasting glucose 80..Hello losing wt and eating properly really does make a difference!
My Dr. once told me to put Vicks on my forehead for treating a migraine. OMG it works!
I find that if you eat right, you don't get cold sores and your skin stays fresh looking too. Eating unhealthy will give you all kinds of unwanted pop ups.
I've had a really hard time sleeping lately, despite rigorous consistent exercise. Sandalwood oil helps. The pure essential oil only: pricey, but you only need a drop. It works wonders. Dab on your pillow, a tissue, even a drop under your nose. Not for PTSD symptoms, but good for ordinary stresses
Challenge yourself with an exercise regime that you enjoy and can commit to. Don't forget to change it up so that you continue to improve. I feel healthier and happier!
Focus on one healthy habit at a time. Make the adjustments ones that you can live with the rest of your life. The weight loss will come as a side, but delicious, benefit.
We already know that drinking water is vital for hydrating skin and keeping it luminous. But is 8 glasses a day really the magic number? Divide your weight by 2 to get how many ounces you should have daily. And don't forget to drink another glass for every half hour of exercise.
It sounds really silly (I know), but this always works for me when I can't fall asleep: Starting with "A", I mentally sing an alphabet song such as the following: 'A' my name is Amy, my husband's name is Archie, we come from Atlanta and we like Apples. Then 'B' my name is Betty, etc. (cont below)