With colder months still lingering and cold coming around every corner, it can be frustrating and difficult to keep yourself and your loved ones healthy. Keeping everyone feeling their best is a challenge for everyone but there are a few tips that can assist you from overtaking your home. Below are a few examples to try in the next few months
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Not long ago, we decided to give up soda in our home. It wasn’t an easy process, however, we knew we needed to make a change at home and take small steps to become healthier.
If you have ever committed yourself to a fitness routine, then you will know just how easy it can be to allow it to lapse without you even intending it to. You might get sick for a few days and not get back into the swing of things or you might think that you have reached your goals … it could be anything.
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Have you ever heard of Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)? I am pretty sure that even if you haven't heard that term, you might know that some people have depression during the cold and dark winter months, that causes low energy and disrupt their ability to live normal lives.
This post is made possible with support from the American Academy of Pediatrics through a cooperative agreement with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. All opinions are my own.
We all know that depression in adults can be related to stressful situations at work, home, and even hormonal imbalances. However, did you know that there is a link between Adverse Childhood Events (ACEs) and depression in adults? Reality is that addressing ACEs in childhood could reduce the number of adults with depression by as much as 44%.