Let’s face it, much of what you see on your news feed is designed to get you to click because then the poster gets paid for that click. And each of us is more likely to “click” if an emotion of some type is triggered. Fear, Anxiety, Anger, Hope, Joy – these are what titles and opening photos are designed to do. Agree with me so far?
Hey Everyone. Welcome to April. If you have been following along with our Habits of Health series, then you know that each month we are encouraging you to take another step in the direction towards health. So far we have talked about getting clear and defining what does the word “health” mean to you. Now we are going to start thinking about the specific habits that would help support what you are wanting to create.
Spring is here…or at least it is coming!! I love spring for many reasons. One of them is that it offers a chance to hit the reset button with proverbial “Spring Cleaning.” I am not an everyday kind of cleaner, but I like spring cleaning because it is a chance to clear the clutter.
We are starting our Habits of Health series off with clarity. Our next Habit of Health (HOH) for 2018 is for you to get clear on what “health” means to you.
Here at MaxWell Clinic we talk about “What creates health?” It is such an inspiring question. In order to know what to do to create something, you need to know what you are wanting.
Tis the season of giving and receiving. We wanted to share with you some of our most favorite health focused gifts this year. We often feel guilty prioritizing our well-being, so what a wonderful time of year to give back to your health and the health of those that you love. We hope you enjoy our selections and recommendations.
If you are sick with a cold flu-like illness, it is important to think about not putting others at risk. TRUST me when I say that no matter how much people enjoy being around you, they absolutely do not want your sickly germs.
Tis the season for holidays, family gatherings, celebrations, colder weather, and also increased sick “icks”. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), flu activity can happen year-round. What we call the flu “season” can run between October through May with peak incidents from December through February.
Do you travel to see relatives or friends for the holiday season? Does being around family bring up past stressors/traumas? Do you feel guilty or embarrassed not partaking in holiday traditions that no longer fit with your lifestyle (these may include but are not limited to- eating home cooked dinner rolls, Grandma’s pecan pie, or Aunt Sue’s famous stuffing and possibly drinking alcohol)?
We hear it all the time – I have a “cold” or I don’t want to get the “flu.” What are these conditions and how can you recognize them in yourself or your family? Colds and Flu are caused by viruses that infect your airways.