Author: wellington

27 Apr 5 Tips for a Good Sleep

Over the past few decades, both sleep quality and quantity has declined. A good sleep is just as important as regular exercise and a healthy diet.  Research shows that poor sleep has immediate negative effects on your hormones, exercise performance and brain function. For both...

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27 Apr How can you calm down when you’re stressed?

In her bestseller “The Highly Sensitive Person”, the psychologist Elaine Aron says that sometimes it’s normal to feel stressed and overwhelmed. These are the moments when you need to find resources and methods to move on and not to let yourself burdened with negative energy....

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04 Apr 5 Foods for Your Brain

Your food choices can influence cognitive function, brain health and functionality. While it is well known that what we eat affects our physical health, studies show that it has an impact on our brain. Each bite of food is a choice that either affects or...

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04 Apr 6 Steps for Spring Detox

Over the winter months, some of us make food choices less happy and let the exercise program slide. All of these connected with cold wheater may lead to colds, grips or viroses. Detoxification can help the body regain the vitality and fortify it. Furthermore, it’s...

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11 Jan How to Overcome the Post‐Vacation Blues

Many people often experience post-vacation blues. These moments are marked by on overall decrease in employees well-being and work productivity. Getting back to the working program and to the daily routine can represent a source of dicomfort. However unpleasant it may be, though, the post-vacation...

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12 Dec How to make exercise a habit

There is a reason so many New Year’s resolutions do not materialize and evaporates even after the first month. The science shows us ways to build habits that last. You have to follow these few steps: Choose activities that make you happy and confident If the training...

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