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10 Things You Need To Know About Mental Health

Are you or is someone close to you struggling with mental health? Here are ten things to keep in mind about mental illness: 1. It's More Common Than You Think Depression alone affects as many as 350 million people worldwide. While you may associate mental illness with...

Documenting Your Fitness Journey

Are you documenting your fitness journey? Improving one's health through physical fitness is challenging, but the payoffs are so worth it. Increased endurance, improved sleep, the normalization of health stats such as blood pressure and resting heart rate, are all...

What A Perfect Personal Trainer Is Like

Feeling comfortable and at ease with a personal trainer should feel like a natural process, not to mention uplifting and encouraging. In this article, we'll review some of the key aspects that separate the perfect personal trainer from all the rest. Respect of...

5 Reasons To Invest In A Personal Trainer

"Do I need a Personal Trainer?"  or "How would a Personal Trainer motivate me?" Deciding to invest in one's physical fitness and wellness is a decision that will have profound, positive effects on every aspect of a person's life. Being able to enjoy good health means...

Sleep to solve a problem

"Sleep on it. Things will look better in the morning." This advice, often given by a parent, is said with love and good intentions, but it still makes us roll our eyes, because we just want to go to sleep — not think, not assess options. We certainly don’t want to...

Mind, mood and mobility

Most mobility tests measure what your body is capable of doing. But your mind is just as important in determining how much you move in your daily life. Often, a health setback—like a fall or arthritis pain—can sap people's confidence or their willingness to venture...

Large study finds clear association between fitness and mental health

New research from a large study demonstrates that low cardiorespiratory fitness and muscle strength have a significant association with worse mental health. Researchers have reported a clear link between low physical fitness and the risk of experiencing symptoms of...

Menopause and mental health

Shifts in the levels of female hormones can cause temporary mood changes, including symptoms of depression. The years leading up to menopause and the transition itself can bring changes to your body. But they can also have an effect on your mind, specifically your...

Depression and Pain

Hurting bodies and suffering minds often require the same treatment. Pain, especially chronic pain, is an emotional condition as well as a physical sensation. It is a complex experience that affects thought, mood, and behavior and can lead to isolation, immobility,...