8 Healthy Ways to Enjoy the Christmas Holiday

Tips for a healthy Christmas  The twinkling lights, festive decorations, and delicious treats all around signal that Christmas is here! While it’s a season of joy and celebration, it can also be a time when healthy habits fall by the wayside. That’s why we have written this article to explore some helpful tip for a … Continue reading “8 Healthy Ways to Enjoy the Christmas Holiday”

How to Show Love to Yourself on Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is a special day for celebrating love, but sometimes we forget to show love to the most important person in our lives – ourselves. Taking care of your physical, emotional, and mental well-being is crucial for your overall health, and what is a better time to do so than on Valentine’s Day? Here … Continue reading “How to Show Love to Yourself on Valentine’s Day”

7 Ways to Observe National Wellness Month

National Wellness month is an annual activity that encourages people to participate or engage in activities that promote mental stability and physical well-being. During the month, people are advised to give more attention to the things they do and how it affects their overall health. We have put together 7 unique ways you can observe … Continue reading “7 Ways to Observe National Wellness Month”

Simple Home Exercises for Everyone

With the current COVID-19 situation that has resulted in people being cooped indoors for a long period, home exercises should be prioritized. If not how would you burn calories and generally keep fit? Definitely not by long hours of sleep, watching TV, or spending hours on social media. Exercise has immediate and long-term health benefits, … Continue reading “Simple Home Exercises for Everyone”

Sleep Disorders: Fact Check

Not getting enough sleep has been linked to many health problems and constant inability to get adequate sleep may be caused by a sleep disorder. According to the American Sleep Association (ASA), drowsy driving is responsible for 1,550 fatalities and 40,000 non-fatal injuries annually, in the United States. Sleep deprivation is one of the reasons … Continue reading “Sleep Disorders: Fact Check”