With the increase in Boomeritis, what doctors are now using to define those of us ending up in the emergency room from exercise related injuries, it’s important to consider how do we get the exercise we need while minimizing the risks of injury . . .
Chronic pain is persistent, long-lasting discomfort that doesn’t resolve itself or respond to routine pain-relief methods. Clearly, despite their arsenal of elaborate and costly hi-tech medical procedures, doctors cannot diagnose how to stop this growing national health emergency.
Unlike aspirin or ibuprophen, turmeric’s curcumin reduces inflammation naturally, without damaging the liver or kidneys. It has been found especially helpful in treating conditions like arthritis, sports injuries, irritable bowel syndrome, Chrone’s disease, tendonitis and various autoimmune diseases. Some research even suggests that curcumin may also help those suffering asthma, inflammatory bowel disease and, yes, even cancer.
All of the treats – including alcohol – that snuck into your diet over the holiday will set you up to crave sugar after the holiday is over. It is true that the more you eat sugar, the more you will want it. Here are sure-fire tips to get you back on track to eliminate those cravings.
This is the time of the year when everyone talks about New Year’s Resolutions. It is such a good idea because it helps us to think about what we want to accomplish as the year goes on.
The downside is that this is often where the thinking stops. By the middle of January, most resolutions have been cast aside.
As an Idea Implementation Coach, New Years is one of my favorite holidays. It’s one time when many of us take stock, think about what’s really important or what’s really bothering us, and ask the question: “When would NOW be a good time to start doing something about this Idea?”
But many of us are afraid of New Years Resolutions, because we’ve been there and done that, and still have these unwanted habits and unfinished projects. So let’s start off on the right foot this year, and . . .