take control of your health - 5 quick tips

    Most people believe they have their health totally under control, but do they? Most of us only have a vague idea of how to take control of your health. Sure, you probably already know that the older you get, the more difficult it becomes to stay fit, healthy, and ache-free. While there is some truth to it, it’s still going to all come down to controlling your body and focusing…

    December 15, 2022
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  • The human body and brain are resilient enough to endure a certain level of stress. However, when stress builds up and doesn’t let up, it can overwhelm your coping mechanisms and lead to a host of issues, making it difficult to manage stress. These will generally affect your health, both physically and mentally, and it’s a good idea to understand more about this to help you reduce the chances of…

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  • This post describes why you need strength training, the benefits of strength training, and tips to get you started. Strength training is an important part of a well-rounded fitness program. As we age, our lean muscle mass diminishes. Some of the activities we did easily start becoming just a little harder. According to a study by Harvard Health, sarcope­nia or age-related muscle loss can begin at around age 35 and…

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