Getting your steps in after you eat can help improve digestion, reduce blood sugar levels, regulate blood pressure, and lessen bloating.
Take a few too many trips to the table on Thanksgiving? Piled up your plate too high? Here’s how to recovery faster after binge eating.
When the days are shorter during the wintertime, you have to make the most of your daylight. Here are some tips to optimize time in the sun.
A lot of people suffer from seasonal affective disorder when darker days and colder weather arrive. These tips can help you manage symptoms.
A stronger core is crucial as you age! Remain independent and reduce the likelihood of falls by practicing this 20-minute core workout.
Walking is good for your health, plain and simple. It may surprise you to learn that walking every day offers surprising health benefits.
Loneliness is a common feeling and can strike anyone, anywhere, anytime. The next time you feel lonely, give one or more of these tips a try.
Swimming is an excellent cardiovascular workout that benefits your health in several ways. Learn why you should be in the water more often.
It’s natural to avoid a warm up if you want to save time, but these exercises can help you avoid injury by waking up the body.
Meditation isn’t for everyone, but these simple practices are excellent for beginners who want to establish a better mind/body connection.
Got a trip coming up and want to stay in shape? These are the best exercises that help keep your fitness goals alive while traveling.
People focus on strength training and cardio, but they forget to stretch! This simple routine can help you relieve tension and avoid injury.
Burping and flatulating are two ways that the body gets rid of gas, but learn about several ways to get rid of trapped gas quickly.
If you’re prone to athlete’s foot, it’s best to keep your feet dry and alternate shoes, and avoid these common mistakes that make it worse.
Don’t have time to go to the gym? You can easily more movement into your everyday life with these seven, surprisingly easy tips.
New studies find that walking every day can promote positive changes in the brain, especially for people with Alzheimer’s disease.
Walking is one of the most studied forms of exercise. New research suggests that taking a stroll after dinner may drastically improve your health.
Feeling a bit stressed out and cooped up as of late? Meditation walks can help you feel more grounded and aware of your thoughts and body.
Mounting research suggests that regular exercise may be the most effective way to naturally boost satisfaction, arousal, and desire.
The first Wednesday in April has been declared as National Walking Day for some time now, so take some extra time to walk it out today!