Here it is again. That time of year when thoughts turn to the changes we want to make for the next year. We may tell ourselves: “this year things are going to be different!” You know what happens. Some changes are made which are gradually discontinued and we return to our old habits, using stress … Continued
Today, I was featured in an article in the Chicago Sun-Times about how fitness is the key to help fight off dangers of stress. We all have to endure a little stress in our lives. It’s to be expected and not always a bad thing. But too much stress can lead to headaches insomnia, fatigue, … Continued
Putting on the pounds is a very common, frustrating problem voiced by many of the baby boomers who seek help for this issue at BodyLogic MD Las Vegas. Looking in the mirror and seeing that middle girth grow, formation of love handles, enlarged buttocks, and thighs is a daily persistent challenge. Working out religiously, reducing … Continued
GET MOVING! Why exercise? The benefits of regular exercise include combating chronic disease like heart disease, elevated cholesterol, high blood pressure, and diabetes. Exercise can also decrease your risk of breast, colon, uterine cancer, and osteoporosis. Exercise not only helps your body; it is great for your mind! It relieves anxiety, depression, increases self confidence … Continued
The Battle of the Bulge By: Philadelphia Bioidentical Hormones Physician Dr. Kenneth Varano Pouches look cute on kangaroos, but the rest of us would rather NOT see the tummy fat that destroys that youthful female physique. We want FLAT abs, not FAT abs! Women are fighting a war against the dreaded bulge that occurs in … Continued
Make fitness over forty a priority. Feel fatigued in the morning or after you get home from work? Think back to your high school health class days – what did your teachers (and Scott Fisher) always say? “Exercise can increase your energy levels and help you perform better the rest of the day.”
Exercising regularly, eating and sleeping well, and meditating each day help improve a man’s overall health and well-being. Other ways to reduce stress include solving the cause of stress, avoiding stressful situations, accepting things you can’t change, avoid procrastination, and don’t overload yourself. While taking these approaches, it is important to keep a positive attitude. Most importantly, when you do something good for yourself you should celebrate your victory and recognize the hard work you put into your efforts. All of these steps should help a man lead a less stressful and healthier life.
Healthy living is within your reach, starting today. Sure, healthy living is a long-term commitment, not a flash-in-the-pan fad. But there are steps you can take right now that will make today healthier than yesterday and pave the way for healthy living tomorrow, too.
Although many people don’t realize this, an imbalance in your hormones could be to blame when you’re unable to count sheep. Often, in women, as a result of an estrogen deficiency, which is common in perimenopause and menopause, your ability to get a full night’s sleep suffers. This is due to the fact that estrogen is a sleep-maintaining hormone. Conversely, in men, insomnia is generally a result of low testosterone levels.
Make the commitment to “go green” and manage stress naturally on Earth Day this Wednesday, April 22nd. With the increased level of stress we are managing, it’s important to take steps to protect your adrenal glands. Adrenal fatigue can set in after your adrenals have been forced to work extra hard for a long period of time. BodyLogicMD offers top 10 tips to manage stress naturally and avoid adrenal fatigue.