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Dancing can reverse the signs of aging in the brain?

Our goal and vision is to help you to achieve and maintain a healthy and happy lifestyle by bring you valued information from around the world.  A healthy lifestyle keeps and improves your health and well-being which has a lifelong effect on you. The ways to being healthy include healthy eating, physical activities, weight management, and stress management. 

Written by Frontiers on May 7, 2020

As we grow older we suffer a decline in mental and physical fitness, which can be made worse by conditions like Alzheimer's disease. A new study, published in the open-access journal Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, shows that older people who routinely partake in physical exercise can reverse the signs of aging in the brain, and dancing has the most profound effect...

4 Exercise Trends To Try...

Written by Harvard on May 9, 2020

One of the best ways to sustain an exercise regimen is to find an activity that appeals to you. And four new exercise trends may pique your interest. They're not age-specific and most can be tailored to your needs. But they do have pros and cons. 
1. Circuit training 
When people talk about circuit training in 2020, they're probably not referring to working out on a series of weight machines. Today's...…..

The Stages of Adrenal Fatigue

Written by Sorrel Davis

Alternative health practitioners have identified four stages that they believe adrenal fatigue progresses through, with advancing severity at each stage. Although what’s been described as adrenal fatigue is not currently recognized by the mainstream medical community, this index may be helpful for diagnosing or treating patients at various levels of adrenal distress, as it paints a broad picture of what might be presented clinically. These stages somewhat parallel but expand upon Hans Selye’s GAS model. According to supporters of adrenal fatigue, the progression of the condition can vary significantly from person to person and is dependent on a wide variety of factors. Note that these stages are theoretical, not substantiated.
Stage 1: Alarm Reaction
During this stage the body mounts an aggressive response to a stressor, mediated by an increase in antistress hormones, such....

Why We Cannot—and Do Not—Serve Our Patients Equally

Written by Heidi Jannenga on June 29, 2020

Whenever I meet new physical therapists, I am always blown away by their compassion for their patients and their deep-seated drive to help those patients heal. PTs—like many other healthcare providers—naturally operate from a state of altruism. We genuinely care for our patients and want to help them achieve their health goals, so we work 12-hour days....

Leading Your Team Through the COVID-19 Pandemic

Written by Heidi Jannenga on July 28, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a fundamental shift in the healthcare paradigm. It hasn’t just rewritten the rulebook—it’s torn out the pages and thrown the binding out the window. While it’s tempting to look toward the future and simply hope that everything will eventually return to normal, that’s overly optimistic and—frankly—a little misguided. I’m not saying that all healthcare providers will be stuck in head-to-toe PPE for the rest of their careers, but I think we can expect to see some permanent changes in our industry.

15 Amazing Things That Happen When You Give Up Diet Culture

Written by Jenn on August 11, 2020

1. You have more energy for the stuff that matters.
This is the biggest and best reason to give up diet culture. Quite simply, when you give it up, you better align with your soul purpose because all of that energy that was going to dieting, restricting, and obsessing? Well, it can go to much more important things — like fighting for racial equality, having courageous conversations with loved ones, and showing up in ways that the world needs us to now more than ever.
2. Ordering food (and eating it) is fun.
Imagine just ordering the food you want to enjoy and not....

11 Natural Remedies to Stop Thinning Hair

Written by Katie Wells

Between postpartum hair loss (six times!) and Hashimoto’s, I saw too much hair go down the drain in the past. I use castor oil for hair growth and this hair growth serum, but there’s a lot more to how to stop thinning hair. Here I cover how to care for thin hair and encourage hair growth.
What Causes Thin Hair in Women?
It’s possible to fix thinning hair, but we need to know why it’s falling out in the first place. There are several reasons why women experience thinning hair.
Unlike men, women don’t...

Simple Stretches To Alleviate Arthritis Symptoms

Written by Rae Steinbach

54 million people in the U.S. suffer from arthritis on a daily basis. If you are one of them, you know what it’s like to cancel plans and “sit this one out” to avoid a flare up. It’s not fun and you, along with the other 23% of the adult population dealing with arthritis deserve better. Pain, aching, and stiffness in the joints can make simple tasks seem unbearable, but medication isn’t the only answer.
While there is no cure for arthritis, you can manage it and keep the pain at bay by doing small exercises everyday to care for your joints. One of the easiest ways...

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