I can tell that summer is over by the fact that I'm sweating all the time. The reason I'm sweating is because I'm overdressed for my workouts. And why am I overdressed for my workouts? Because I treat any temperature below 50 as 'arctic.'
There's a proper way to dress for cooler fall weather and, despite the fact that I don't always follow the directions, it does make for more comfortable workouts.
There are so many variables to our workouts, it's a wonder we ever figure anything out. Aside from things like busy lives and demanding bosses and cats that have to go to the vet for the continuous expulsion of hairballs...Read more
Your lifestyle may be affecting your ability to cope with panic and anxiety symptoms. Lack of exercise, poor nutrition, inadequate sleep, and overwhelming amounts of stress can all influence and trigger your symptoms. Here you will find more information on how your lifestyle choices may be impacting your condition and ways to make better choices for your health.
Research has found that regularly participating in physical exercise can help decrease anxiety and other panic-related symptoms. Exercise can assist you in letting go of some of the physical tension brought on by panic and anxiety. It can also enhance your mood, fighting off feelings of worry and sadness. Find out more about the benefits of physical exercise for panic disorder and how to get started on an exercise plan.
Studies have revealed that certain substances are likely triggers for panic attacks and anxiety. For example, excessive amounts of caffeine can aggravate the symptoms of anxiety disorders. Learn more about how some common substances can be impacting your panic disorder symptoms.
Panic disorder sufferers often have issues with falling and staying asleep throughout the night. Anxious thoughts and worries may be keeping you up or perhaps you are prone to panic attacks around bedtime. Listed here are 6 tips to help you get a better night's rest.
Stress is often an inevitable part of our busy lives. However, prolonged and overwhelming feelings of stress can lead to heightened anxiety. Fortunately, there are ways to reduce your stress and lower your anxiety. Here you will find information and tips on how to manage your stress.
If you're the medical power of attorney for a loved one with Alzheimer's or dementia, should you consent to a flu shot this year? Here's what research says. Also, more on walking and dementia, maintaining a strong relationship in the midst of dementia and a review of some exciting research on transcranial magnetic stimulation.
It's that time of year again, where we'll start to see signs at the pharmacy, doctor's office and medical centers reminding us to get our annual flu shot. So, will you be getting a flu shot this year? To me, as an advocate for people with dementia and... Read more
Although the emphasis in the research and study in Alzheimer's has historically been about our ability to think, there's a strong connection between our body and mind. Here's how dementia and the ability to walk are connected... Read more
Over the last several years, I've observed many families and how they've coped with the challenges of Alzheimer's in their loved one. The following suggestions are born not out of scientific research, but rather from my observations of ... Read more
As researchers continue to search for effective treatments for Alzheimer's disease, they've considered some non-traditional approaches, one of which is transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) . TMS is currently being explored... Read more