Health

  1. My Journey to Wellness: Loving to Stand

    My Journey to Wellness: Loving to Stand
    It was proven that standing at least 6 hours a day can significantly decrease the probability of obesity for both women and man. If you choose to stand rather than sit, it will reduce the risk of heart disease. According to some research, standing for 2 hours can lower the blood sugar similar to doing fasting. That is why sedentary lifestyle should be prevented early.
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  2. The Power of Good Posture: How Posture Affects Your Productivity and Health

    The Power of Good Posture: How Posture Affects Your Productivity and Health
    In a health conscious society, your posture is just as important as your dietary and workout habits. There is more to good posture than what meets the eye, and in many instances, it can even be an effective indicator that hints at how well you are maintaining your health.
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  3. Motivation Secrets: Know Your Motivation and Succeed

    Motivation Secrets: Know Your Motivation and Succeed

    Sometimes, the best way to find out why you act the way you do at work can easily be done by simply asking yourself this question: what motivates me?

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  4. Daily Things You Do That Could be Tiring You Out

    Daily Things You Do That Could be Tiring You Out
    Depending on your work style, you might like to adhere to certain habits and routines because they give you a better idea of the things you have to do for the day. For people who are accustomed to a fixed schedule, you might not notice how some things you are doing can actually be the reason behind the stress and fatigue you experience every time your workday ends.
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  5. How Your Workplace Adds to Your Weight Gain

    How Your Workplace Adds to Your Weight Gain
    One of the most common perks that many employees look forward to enjoy in their new offices, apart from gym rooms, yoga centers, and an in-campus daycare are cafeterias an breakrooms stuffed from wall to wall with refrigerators where employees can easily come in and grab a snack of their choice. That’s right: unlimited food has almost become an employment benefit, that may have detrimental results.
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  6. Here is Why You are Gaining Weight at Work

    Here is Why You are Gaining Weight at Work
    It may not be immediately evident but your workplace just might be the reason why those regular gym routines are not working out and why you are gaining weight. If you’re thinking stress should have cut an inch or two from your waist by now, you’d be surprised to know that sometimes, stress causes weight gain too. Here are other reasons why you could be putting on some more weight because of where you work.
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  7. Non-surgical Relief for Lower Back Pains

    Non-surgical Relief for Lower Back Pains
    As you grow older and as you get busier at work, you will begin to experience physical changes which may not always bring any benefits with it. The worst of these are the lower back aches and muscle pains. When left untreated, backaches will only get worse over time, and it might even render you physically unable to perform basic locomotor functions.
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  8. How Skipping Your Afternoon Coffee Adds to Your Productivity

    How Skipping Your Afternoon Coffee Adds to Your Productivity
    Coffee has long been associated with keeping sleepy busy folks awake and productive, but new studies have shown that your afternoon coffee run is only going to make you sleepier and unproductive the day after. Is coffee turning against its faithful drinkers?
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  9. Change Your Pace: Upgrade Your Walking Exercise for Better Health

    Change Your Pace: Upgrade Your Walking Exercise for Better Health
    Sitting down and lounging about may look comfortable and relaxing, but scientists have noted, time and again, that too much sitting or living a sedentary lifestyle can actually do more harm than good to your body. The human body was not designed to live slowly and inactively; like most members of the animal kingdom, we were designed to hunt for food, to move, to run, and to walk, unless a genetic condition or an accident renders you unable to do so.
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  10. Easy Health Checklist: Think You Are Healthy?

    Easy Health Checklist: Think You Are Healthy?
    Think you’re living with a clean bill of health? Think again. These days, it’s easy to fall victim to the idea that nothing might be wrong with you just because you seemingly “feel good.” Unfortunately, some of the worst conditions and ailments may not manifest physically and their symptoms only tend to appear when it’s already too late. From another point of view, good health is not limited to your physical wellbeing. True health expands into your mental health and emotional balance, as well.
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