Life can feel busy for a number of reasons, from a busy time at work, to caregiving for both children and parents. But, if most of your energy is focused outwards, you likely have a difficult time finding time to focus on you. If you've experienced unusually high levels of fatigue, "surprise" emotional outbursts or relationship difficulties, you may want to take stock of your current wellness and see what could improve.
Today's blog post provides 5 areas you can think about when focusing on yourself.
Many people only visit their doctors when they are unwell. An online survey conducted in 2019 found that 22% of Americans avoid medical care, including doctor visits, annual visits, and screenings, due to high healthcare costs. If you've had negative experiences with the healthcare system and are worried about receiving bad healthcare, you can enlist the help of medical malpractice attorneys.
Going for regular health checkups may save money in the long run by helping you maintain a healthy lifestyle and catching chronic conditions early on.
Taking care of your health may seem like a never-ending project, with endless "tasks" that headlines tell you to do, or not to do.
Don't eat this! Don't eat that!
Adopting some healthy habits doesn't have to feel like a burden. Incorporating small changes can make a bigger difference than you think.
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Yes, you read the title right! I'm going to share with you my new fitness focus for November:
quick endurance circuit training
Let's break it down:
- QUICK: Only 30 minutes out of your day, 2 times per week
- ENDURANCE: These workouts boast high reps with moderate weight for muscle endurance and...
- CIRCUITS: Circuit training itself brings cardio into your weight workout so it will provide you with an endurance double-whammy
*BONUS: The constant movement of this workout and its engagement of large muscle groups can boost your anaerobic capacity, too! What's anaerobic? It is a certain process that your body uses during exercise for quick fast movements (example: 100 yard dash). Contrast this with aerobic exercise that is more like a 1-mile run.
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