In all our lives, I’m sure being homebound because of a pandemic never crossed our minds to be possible to every occur; but that is the current reality. Stretches of streets that were once bustling are now ghost towns, working from home is the new norm, unemployment is at its all-time high, and our once go-to neighborhood hot spots are now abandoned.
Anxiety is that one person who overstays their welcome. Sometimes anxiety can be a good thing as it is a normal and healthy emotion that signals to our brain and body that something may be amiss. This allows for appropriate action and increased awareness to take place. However, when that feeling is consistent and overwhelming, it can disrupt one’s life so much so that regular activities are difficult,
The gut is the organ system that influences all parts of the body and health. It is important to keep it healthy and happy to maintain proper balance.
Signs of a leaky gut:
1. Digestive disturbances: gas, bloating,
Oh, the heart! The most vital organ for survival is a part of the cardiovascular system. Its main function is to make sure oxygen is in continuous circulation for all the cells to use. The heart affects every part of the body! Diet, lifestyle, and overall well-being make a huge impact on cardiovascular health. No wonder an entire month is dedicated to the heart! (Hello, February Heart Month!)
If you have any of these symptoms, or any symptoms at all really, you probably carry a fairly heavy toxic burden.
- Are you aggravated by your acne?
- How about flabbergasted by your fatigue?
- Do you walk into a room and forget why?
Written By: Dr. Strodel and the Shine Team
Walking is one hundred percent necessary for good health. Here’s why:
Looking for summer fun that will also benefit your health? It may be as simple as spending quality time with your loved ones. We all know that having a good laugh with a dear friend feels good, but it turns out that the sense of support we get from interacting with our social networks also has many wide-ranging health benefits, including:
Do you remember when life was an adventure? When we couldn’t wait to jump out of bed in the morning and begin exploring? Everything was exciting, and play was at the center of our lives! Until we “grew up” that is, and play was considered more of a luxury, replaced by productivity, making a living and all of the pressure that comes along with adulthood.