Monthly Archives: March 2020

If you’re a self-profe ssed homebody, you could seriously benefit from a change of scenery. Spending time in nature could improve your physical and mental health, ward off illness, and actually make you happier! 

As the Father of Western Medicine, Hippocrates, once said, “Nature itself is the best physician.” If you’re curious about the health benefits you can reap from being outside, read on! Below, we cover 13 reasons to.

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Through the decades, research has shown that exercise only many physical benefits for the body. Countless studies showed that regular exercise results in a healthy body weight, improved stamina,  increased energy, and improved functioning of the joints and muscles. About 20 years ago, reports started to appear that exercise also leads to improved mental health and the overall well-being of the individual. Individuals who exercised regularly stated that they felt mentally stable, were better able to concentrate, had a happier mood, remained focused and motivated. 

Today exercise is widely.

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Being physically active doesn’t necessarily mean going to the gym for 30 minutes.  Depending on your lifestyle, you may stay active due to the nature of your job, hobbies or school life.  Your fitness level isn’t necessarily determined by what you choose to do for daily physical activity but it certainly plays a part.  Unfortunately assessing fitness does not have one magical formula that applies to all individuals as there are many factors that influence your degree of fitness like muscle tissue type, lifestyle, body weight and height, nutrition and.

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