Today I’m over at the Professionals Health Connection blog to discuss the role of thoughts on physical health. Thank you to Joan for inviting me over to guest post! I recommend you hit the Follow button on her blog to receive regular posts about fitness, from targeted exercises to strength building.
In this guest post titled How Our Thoughts Affect Our Physical Health, I explore how a person’s mental state can affect physical health, for better or worse. The thought-body connection is an intriguing one, and I hope you find the read useful for you.
Stretch it out in winter. Pexels photo, CC0 License.
This is how exercise goes for most people: they swear they’ll start going to the gym in January as part of their New Year’s resolution, go three times, give up on it, start again six weeks before summer, keep it up during the warmer months and then quit as soon as one leaf turns gold. They then hibernate from fall onward and repeat the cycle.
Well, here’s some news for you: Winter is probably the most important time to delve into a little exercise.
Yes, that’s right. As much as your mind wants to kick back, relax and watch another episode of Stranger Things while your body enjoys an overpriced spiced pumpkin latte, Continue reading
Seeking good health? An appointment with a sensory health specialist may be your next step. Pexels photo, CC0 License.
When it comes to healthy living, you think of fruit, vegetables, and other dietary requirements that you feel need be met to look after your body and mind. But there’s far more involved with maintaining a healthy lifestyle than eating the right kinds of food. We can’t always predict the medical issues we might run into but there’s a lot we can do to reduce the risk of certain problems arising and to improve specific health problems when they do arise. There’s more to looking after yourself than eating your greens, and here are some of the health aspects to focus on. Continue reading