By Neha Kashyap, dailyRx News Reporter The hormone that helps you feel full may also help you enjoy your morning run a little more. A new study from...
I spent the year on the road, pulling back the sheets of collocation at night, staying in places a roach wouldn't dare nap, but also discovering spaces that were transcendental in their hospitality, personality and sense of purpose.
Appalled by the type of information a person and especially an underaged user has access to in the Internet, I decided to break my "resume-agnosticism" and come clean. I am not a fitness guru and I will not make the mistake of creating a diet plan for my Facebook page without expert counseling.
Whatever type of work you do, we all have those days. You know, those days. The days where we've been running ourselves ragged, and it's still not e...
I admit that the matʼs as good as place as any to discover revelations of the mind, body and spirit. However, I have other physical skills, interests and talents that suite my body type more. For that reason I have chosen to invest my precious time in these movements and other physical activities that I feel are far more valuable and needed.
Try it! In whatever area of your life you want greater happiness. Switch your focus to what you can do today -- and then tomorrow and the next day -- and enjoy the fruits of your success, now and in your many years to come.
Being lean, healthy and fit isn't as complicated as most people think. Drink lots of water, eat well, and sweat often. And don't forget to laugh your ass off with your friends!
Pack leaders, mastering the walk is a must! Walking your dog daily is a great way to fulfill Fido's physical and mental health needs, and it's also good for your own health. Fall is almost here, the trees are looking beautiful, so set some goals and get out there walking.
You might think of yoga as strictly for people in terrific pants on a steady diet of kombucha and Enya, in which case you'd be completely missing the point (although you're right about the pants).
I may not know why you're hurting or what's holding you back in your life, but I know this much: All of us could use some simplifying, and that the fewer things we have to worry about, the more space we'll have to be happy and healthy.
I am an integrative cardiologist and I search the medical literature for therapies for heart disease that compliment or replace conventional practice....
Now the projects are piling up and you're thinking the smart thing to do is use that hour to get a jump on, or dig your way out from under, work. It's not. You'll actually do a better job if you use that time to exercise. Here's why:
As summer gives way to fall, let the played out songs in your gym mix give way to some current alternatives. This month's top picks have plenty going for them -- with a variety of genres and tempos represented. Moreover, with just a few new tracks here and there, you can re-energize your whole routine.
We know that the right thing to do is to be honest and not to tell lies to others. And we know the ramifications of getting caught when we do lie.
Some 80 percent of health problems today are caused by lifestyle. Yep, that's right, can't blame your DNA, other people or outside forces. It's all about how you go about your daily life and the choices you make. Yet, nutrition, exercise and behavior change are not commonly taught in today's medical schools.
Don't get my wrong, I did a lot of stuff right on my weight loss journey. But in hindsight, there are a handful of things I would have changed to make my weight loss experience more pleasurable and less rigid.
Everyone tells you that your life will change when you have a child, but no one tells you that using the bathroom by yourself will become a luxury. Your world literally gets turned upside down when you become a parent, and it can be easy to lose yourself.
I didn't want to believe that my injury was real and ran through the pain for a long time. I figured I could just tough it out, as if it was the last climb in a gut-wrenching series of hill repeats. I should have known better.
We all need a break, a happy place where we can go and for a few minutes get away from it all, and that's what exercise can do. I encourage everyone to find their "happy place." It may be running, Zumba class, insanity, or playing a sport.
The following are three signs that you may have developed an unhealthy relationship with exercise.