I think most people would like to live a healthy and happy life for as long a time as possible. And we all instinctively know what we need to do to reach that goal.
For those who do not already have a healthy daily routine of diet and exercise, here are some steps to improve your health. If you already have a good healthy diet and do aerobic exercise each day such as swim, surf, walk, run, paddle, sup board, wind surf, volleyball, garden, continue to do so as recommended by your doctor.
In the previous article in this series I mentioned supplements, diet, and making positive lifestyle changes such as exercise and the effects that this has on strengthening your body so that you can fight back better against whatever comes. Now let’s talk about natural herbs which are a very powerful tool to heal and protect ourselves.
I took a leap of faith and got my first shot of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine shot on Tuesday at the Kauai War Memorial Convention Hall since I got the email from the Department of Health saying it was time for essential workers to get vaccinated.
You probably know that some foods are more powerful than others when it comes to helping strengthen our immunity.
We all want to live a healthy and happy life, free from diseases. Actually, our body is very capable of providing that, unless we are putting stress on the body and forcing it to work harder, rather than taking care of our body and mind.
For many Native Hawaiians and other Pacific Islanders with chronic health conditions, health interventions should include their family members or close friends, according to University of Hawai‘i at Manoa public health research. The paper is published in Chronic Illness.
We all want the same thing, to stay healthy and to live as long as possible. However, how many of us really pay close attention to our health? Many of us prefer choosing comfort and pleasure instead of eating healthy foods and taking regular exercise. I think that we all know what we need to do, but actually doing it is often not so easy.
Cycling is a fantastic workout for the cardiorespiratory system and the major muscular movers of the lower body. It demands a strong core to stabilize and protect the spine. Road cycling (riding a drop-bar bike on pavement) is enjoyed by serious competitors and weekend warriors alike. Like with any sport that involves repetitive movement and fixed posture, however, it’s really important to incorporate functional exercise into the weekly routine.