Recent studies have found that sitting all day can be a health risk. Here are 15 tips to help you stay active at work.
Tips for Staying Active as You Age
As you get older, exercise becomes even more important, since it can help you maintain the strength and flexibility to take on chores like shoveling snow or even completing the weekly laundry. You may find, however, that it is trickier to stay active as you advance in years, but there are some ways you can be sure that you get the exercise you need.
The New Way Seniors Are Staying Active
Worried your parents might not be getting the exercise they need at their assisted living facility? Never fear! There's a growing trend of retirement com...
How to Stay Active While on Vacation
Strength Training Critical for Active, Independent Aging
Exercise is good medicine. But not just any exercise – weight-bearing, muscle-strengthening exercise can actually strengthen your bones as you're aging.
How To Stay Active And Manage Your Knee Pain
Here is a comprehensive approach on how to stay active and manage your knee pain regarding different physical activities.
Breast Cancer Prevention: How To Stay Active
Tips to Keep Skin Healthy While Staying Active
Exercise is great for the mind, body, and spirit. Hundreds of clinical studies have demonstrated the amazing effects working out can have on the body. If you are living an active lifestyle (or it’s a New Year’s resolution), here are a few tips to avoid some common skin problems that can develop with a regular exercise routine Acne: Clogged pores and acne can be an unwanted side effect of sweating for some people. If you are prone to acne, wash your face before…
How to Stay Active and Exercise During the Holidays
Do you usually gain weight over the holidays? Learn simple tips and workouts you can do over the holidays to stay in shape and avoid weight gain.
How Staying Active at Work Can Increase Productivity
Our sedentary jobs are causing fatigue and stiffness, both mentally and physically. Having a desk job doesn't exclude you from physical activity at work.
How Can I Stay Active With Neuropathy?
What are the best forms of exercise for diabetes-related neuropathy?
How to Stay Active When You Have A Family
Staying active can feel like an uphill battle. It seems like there’s always something getting in the way of your routine: an emergency at work, an impending deadline at school, a friend in town to visit, or the next quest in your favorite RPG that won’t stop calling your name. It can be hard enough dodging all of life’s obstacles, but when you have a family it’s like playing the game of life on legendary difficulty. After all, it’s easy to feel guilty…
How Chiropractic Care Can Help Seniors Stay Active
Many seniors face challenges when it comes to maintaining an active lifestyle. Chiropractic care can help seniors stay active after retirement.
Patients With Low Back Pain Benefit From Advice To Stay Active
The August 1 edition of Spine reports that advice on how to remain active for workers who are on medical leave due to lower back pain, can increase their chances of returning to work.
Staying Active as it Gets Colder: 10 Tips for Fitness & Fun
1. Keep your fitness goals in mind and create a plan for how you will achieve those during colder weather when maybe you just won’t want to or maybe even be able to workout outside (please no…
Exercising With Knee Pain: How to Stay Active With Chronic Joint Discomfort
At a most basic level, pain can act as a signal — telling us that something is wrong. For example, it’s hard to miss the “popping” sensation that typically accompanies tearing an ACL, one of the key…
Struggling with anxiety or depression? How Staying Active May be Key to Treating These Common...
If you're one of the millions of Americans dealing with anxiety and/or depression, you're in good company. According to stats on the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) site, 1 in 5 Americans deals with some form of mental illness. A separate article on NBC news notes that 1 in 6 Americans takes antidepressant medication. That's both a lot of people suffering with difficult medical conditions as well as a lot of medication helping treat it; however, a less discussed form of treatment…
Active Physical Therapy
Types and Treatment of Chronic Pain Chronic Pain is commonly considered to signify disease itself. It can be made much more intense by ecological and emotional factors. It continues over a many years than serious discomfort and is immune to most medications. It causes serious problems for sufferers. A person may have two or more co-existing chronic pain conditions. Types of Pain: Acute pain doesn’t last long and usually goes away as your body heals. Chronic pain lasts at least 6 months after…
New Technology Paves the Way for Independent Living
When touch screen computers, tablets and phones were introduced, many people in the visually impaired community were worried about how this technology would fit their needs. But thanks to apps too numerous to count, this technology is making life easier for many There are now apps to tell you the denomination of your money, what color socks you’re wearing, give directions and just about everything else you can think of. And it is all helping people to be more independent regardless of visual…
5 Tips for Active Aging |
Everybody talks about active aging, but not everybody knows what it’s supposed to look like. Working to stay happy and healthy as we get older shouldn’t be a drag, something done to slow an inevitable decline into decrepitude. Some things get better and better with age! While the grocery store magazine rack offers all kinds …