You may have heard that it’s best to set a modest, realistic weight loss goal. But research suggests that allowing yourself to dream big by setting a larger, more inspiring goal could help you achieve better results.
The winter season can make getting to the gym and performing outdoor workouts a bit more difficult. It also doesn’t help that the chilly weather can increase your appetite for consuming calorie-dense foods.
Do you need an alarm clock to wake up for work each day, but prefer to sleep in on the weekends? You might be suffering from social jet lag.
The term “social jet lag” simply refers to the discrepancy between your natural body clock and the schedule needed to keep your job and other social responsibilities.
The chaos of the holidays and the changing seasons can take a toll on your immune system. Taking a few simple steps to prioritize your health and wellness can make the holidays much more enjoyable and help you stay healthy.