Posts Tagged“health”

Have trouble getting out of bed? Need a shower to kick start the day? Unable to function without a cup of coffee? Maybe it’s time to consider a new morning routine, one that starts the day off with yoga. Yogis themselves, such as Ken Inoue, likely cannot fathom any other way of starting the day. However, even yoga novices can quickly experience why yoga is key to getting out of bed and starting the day off feeling energized. Keep reading to see why yoga instructor, Ken Inoue, believes yoga is the only way to start the day. Mental cleanse  Waking…

When you provide healthcare to folks, your goal should be they leave each visit better than they came in. With that idea in mind, are you doing all you can to make your patients healthier when they leave after seeing you? From a better physical outlook to feeling better emotionally, you want what is best for them. So, how best to provide that care time and time again? Giving Your Patients the Best Each Visit Depending on the type of healthcare you have to offer will determine how best to administer it. For example, if you have a chiropractic practice,…

Experiencing anxiety following the death of a loved one is a common feeling, especially when that death was caused by an accident. Anxiety during grieving is also known as bereavement anxiety, according to mental health experts, and, while it is temporary, there are things you can do to help ease it. Our guide here will help you better understand bereavement anxiety.  What is Bereavement Anxiety? There are different reasons people experience heightened anxiety in connection to the death of a loved one. Even after several years, a death anniversary might make someone anxious because they are not quite sure how…

The favorite yoga of most celebrities, Kundalini Yoga, has become famous for the past so many years. From ancient times, the yoga form focuses mainly on physical positions and breathes along with meditation, chanting, and singing.  If this is something that interests you, but you don’t know where to start from – here are some of the things that you must know about this famous practice.  How should Kundalini Yoga be described? One which was introduced in the late 70s in the western world by Yogi Bhajan combines movement, breath, and sound. It has been taken from the Sanskrit word…

Our bodies rely on our muscles to perform tasks that require the application of strength. Our muscles are responsible for putting force into our movements and stronger muscles mean stronger output of force. People with stronger muscles can be seen to perform more rigorous tasks such as lifting heavy weights or pushing and pulling heavy loads. By strengthening our muscles, we can also take on more tasks that require more body strength. An essential part of strengthening our muscles is our diet. Along with a training regimen, a diet focused on high protein intake is a huge help for people…

Squinting, smoking, sun damage, harsh cosmetic products, alcohol, and repetitive facial expressions take their toll on the skin. So does collagen loss, which occurs naturally as people age.  One thing is clear, though: these are never welcome signs for anyone. Early signs of aging can indeed jolt you into reality and create a panic.  Well, this is not useful.  What is, however, is having some go-to tips and tricks to help you prevent early signs of aging and help you enjoy your youthful looks for longer.  Consider a Face Lift If you often admire Hollywood types who seem to be…

When the world began locking down for coronavirus, did anybody think that extended lockdowns would change the way we drive? Probably not. Yet in cities around the world, this is exactly what is happening. Coronavirus and the respiratory disease it causes, COVID-19, are changing city driving habits. Some of those changes might be for the good. In cities like London and New York, municipal authorities have begun creating newly designated bike lanes in hopes of dissuading people from both driving and taking public transport. The goal is to get them to ride their bikes more often. If they do not…

Adopting a baby is a momentous decision for a single person or family unit. At BCFS Health and Human  (RSD) we counsel people thinking about adoption to first learn as much as possible about the actual process so they can set their expectations accordingly.  A first step should include some self-reflection. Consider your reasons for wanting to adopt. Discuss your reasoning with your spouse or partner and other family members and friends. If you’re just starting down the adoption path, we at BCFS Health and Human Services RSD frequently advise people to take a little time and consider how adoption…

The number of high-infection diseases is on the rise in which some are new while others are re-emerging. Simultaneously, the outbreaks of vaccine-preventable diseases can have dire effects on areas with low health control structures and resources. The control and timely detection of such epidemiological diseases is a challenging activity in such areas.  Global health organizations continue to design strategies that cope with these diseases with collaboration from a wide range of expertise. These strategies fight these threatening diseases and scale the plans on a global level.  The primary goal of coping with epidemics and disease outbreaks is to control…

Having a swimming pool is like a luxury paradise and is a great addition to your outdoor space. Pool owners often visualize their pool as a strong artistic feature where they can spend quality time with family and friends all summer long.  And when the swimming pool has water features like  LED lighting, and other modern highlights, it can spruce up your outdoor space. But that’s not all! Let’s look at some of the other benefits of having a swimming pool in your backyard: 1. Safety Pools give a unique opportunity to parents to teach their children swimming. While parents…