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Body

To be healthy, you need to be physically fit. But what does it mean to be healthy? Being physically healthy is working towards having a body that can function well in everyday life. It means having a body with no pain, being a person with boundless energy, having great digestion, taking no medication to curb a symptom, no disease – that is a healthy body.

Mind

A healthy mind refers to your own optimal psychological health and wellbeing. It means to take care of your emotional and mental health. It involves having a positive outlook to handle the emotional ups and downs of everyday life and mental challenges, and to deal with stress and anxiety – that  is a healthy mind.

Nutrition

Good nutrition is the third stone to a healthy life. Keeping a balanced diet can improve your health dramatically. Eating foods that contain vitamins and minerals. Making the right changes to your diet can also help you with some diseases or symptoms from conditions. Feeling great and having a good digestive system – that is healthy nutrition.

Why is Physical Fitness Important for Teens?

Recent studies have shown some alarming facts about physical fitness among today's teens. Most of them spend at least 30 hours in a week, just watching TV and eating high-fat content snacks. Nearly fifty percent of the teens and young adults, do not do any sort of...

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Physical Fitness

Meditation for Your Brain and Body

People who meditate regularly say it reduces stress and improves well-being, among other mental, physical, and spiritual benefits. And doctors often recommend meditation to help treat chronic pain, anxiety, high blood pressure, and many other conditions. How it...

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The Toll of Childhood Adversity

A new scientific statement from the American Heart Association (AHA) has added to the evidence that traumatic events in childhood can have a powerful effect not just on people’s future mental health, but on their physical health—specifically heart health. Published...

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Can Adversity Be Good for You?

What doesn't kill us makes us stronger. That saying from the German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche (originally "What does not kill me, makes me stronger") has become a cliché, but some studies have concluded that it’s true that adversity—at least in moderation—can...

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The Benefits of Tai Chi

Research keeps accumulating about the health benefits of tai chi, which is high on our list of recommended exercises. Practiced around the world and very popular in the U.S. and Canada, tai chi consists of slow, balanced, low-impact movements. You may have seen...

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Are You Stressed Out?

A crazy deadline at work. A grinding traffic jam. The causes of stress range from common frustrations like these to traumatic experiences like going through a divorce, losing your job, or being a victim of violence. Most of us tend to think of all stress as bad,...

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Increasing Lung Capacity

Lung capacity is defined as the total volume of air in the lungs, after taking a deep breath; whereas lung volume is the physical dimensions of the lungs. Lung capacity is calculated using the different lung volumes during inhalation and exhalation. The lung...

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Increasing Lung Capacity

Fitness Tips: How to Get Back into Shape

It can be quite a daunting task to muster the motivation to get into shape given our hectic lifestyle. Everyone is tied up in a plethora of activities, like working for eight hours, commuting, household chores, etc., which take up a large chunk of each day, and one...

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Fitness Tips: How to Get Back into Shape

Bringing Mindfulness to Work

Jason Marsh is director of programs for the Greater Good Science Center(GGSC) at UC Berkeley. In this age of constant distractions and long hours, it’s difficult to find even a few minutes of time to reflect. Yet finding that time and space can help ease the...

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Benefits of Physical Fitness

Our physical fitness is closely associated with our quality of life. Physical fitness is one of the primary factors that are responsible for our physical as well as psychological well-being. Health is, to a certain extent, nature's gift and a hereditary factor, but...

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Benefits of Physical Fitness

ABOUT US

Hello! I'm Sadie and welcome to my blog.

I've been working as a life coach for over 15 years, and in that time, I've learned one or two things. I love helping people, and finding the silver lining in everything. But it all starts with a healthy body and mind.

I have compiled in this blog articles that can help change your life completely and get to the other side, healthier and happier.

Thanks for stopping by, and I hope you find something to help you along the way.

Sadie