Covid-19 has ensued chaos in our lives. It took some time for us to adapt and transform our homes into offices, hangout spots and fine-dining restaurants. Well, we can all relate that our inner chef came alive in the 2020 lockdown. But if a home can become so many things, it’s only fair if we can also make it our personal gym.
Embark on your fitness journey from the comfort of your home. Discard all worries about buying expensive equipment. All you need is a mat, a bottle of water and a significant dose of willpower. That’s it!
In this article, we will explore some of the most beneficial ways in which you can get into awesome shape from the comfort of your home.
The journey of getting physically fit is a long and tedious one. It may not be easy to take out time from your hectic schedule and prepare home-cooked low-calorie meals and work out regularly. There are constant moments of self-doubt, sugar craving and demotivation. But it is about making those small yet consistent efforts that can help you stay on track and achieve your goals. Here are the top 10 simple ways in which you can remain devoted and dedicated to your fitness goals.
Fitness goals are achieved with the right combination of balanced meals, workout sessions and motivation. If you ever feel demotivated, review these simple ways. Revisit them as many times as you need to.
The global pandemic has jeopardized the health and wellness of people around the globe. Staying confined to our houses and living under the uncertainty of tomorrow has led a lot of people to live subpar lifestyles. Many have also fallen prey to overtime and ungodly hours of work; a dangerous consequence of the work-from-home culture. Sitting continuously at our desks and not getting enough physical exercise can have serious health implications in the future. So, it’s time to jump back on the fitness bandwagon with the top fitness trends that can be the next big thing in 2021.
Being consistent is the most necessary factor influencing your fitness journey. These trends have worked for thousands of people who have consistently made efforts to get back into shape.
Do you feel breathless after taking two flights of stairs? Does raking the leaves in your front yard leads to unbearable pain in your waist? Is carrying the bags of groceries from the local store getting difficult without a vehicle? If your answer is yes to most of these questions, then it is high time for you to focus on your physical fitness.
Broadly speaking, physical fitness refers to your body’s level of efficiency. After a full day’s work, your body should have residual energy to play a sport or take a long walk. A physically fit person will be able to respond well to both his daily responsibilities at work and home and during emergencies.
What we eat plays an important role in keeping our brain actively running and generating new brain cells. Consider the brain as a muscle of your body that needs exercise to keep it up to the minute.
Weight loss is a scientific process. The journey of getting into your healthy self is enlightening. You get to know and understand your body and its requirements, on a much deeper level. However, many people fall into the trap of useless fads and unrealistic goals.
Employee health is a crucial factor pertaining to workplace productivity. Healthy employees are the key to an organization's opulence and the level of energy and motivation that they bring with themselves is what drives a company towards its goals. This is why it's important to establish a work culture that promotes employee wellbeing and motivates them to inculcate healthy habits in their daily lives. Moreover, healthier employees mean happier employees. There will be far less absenteeism, enhanced productivity and lowered health care premium costs. Isn't this a win-win situation for both you and your employees?
So, in order to ensure that your employees stay healthy not only physically but also mentally, you need to educate them about the merits of maintaining a healthy lifestyle.
“He who has health has hope and he who has hope has everything.”
In 2021, we are still living in the aftermath of a dreadful pandemic. Whenever we think it’s gone, it blows up in full rage again. The Lockdown restrictions look like they will come and go and the graph of recovery continues to waiver unpredictably. With so much uncertainty around what’s going to happen next, it is possible to feel overwhelmed. But, as Tai Lopez, the entrepreneur extraordinaire says, “The key to lasting contentment lies in the four factors, which are, health, happiness, love and wealth.” And if we try to focus on health, everything else in life will follow.
So in this article today, I am going to tell you about the 21 habits you need to become the healthiest version of yourself in 2021. By inculcating these simple habits in your life, you’ll notice that even amidst all this chaos, you’ll be able to find peace within.
The name Mahatma Gandhi needs no introduction. He is counted as one of the most influential people in the history of the world. Mahatma Gandhi’s is associated with the non-cooperation movement against the Britishers. He led country-wide mass movements, survived severe fasts, went to jail, protested and he rarely showed signs of fatigue. His contribution is very well known by everyone in India’s fight for freedom. But did you know that he also held authority on matters concerned with health and wellness? Apart from being an idealist, he held great concern for keeping human health in check. And that is what we are going to have a closer look at in this article today.
Hair loss or thinning of hair is a problem faced by all men and women. Medically called Alopecia, it may happen as an outcome of heredity, stress, hormonal changes, or medical conditions. And even till today, specialists and scientists are finding solutions to this problem.
We hear many quick sure shot solutions and techniques for hair regrowth. The dilemma which stands is: are these solutions fruitful? In the hope of regaining lost hair, we all at some point are guilty of practising these quick hacks and methods.
A majority of people suffer from hair loss at some point in their life. While it may be a seasonal issue for some, for others it can be an early sign of complete hair loss or baldness. Even though hair loss and alopecia are more common in males, hair thinning and excessive shedding can be a cause of concern for women too. Hair loss can be difficult for anybody, but in younger people, it can have a huge impact on their self-esteem. More so, it is observed that every 1 out of 5 young adults suffers from hair loss. If it is also a concern for you, then in this article I am going to tell you about the early signs of hair loss and how you must act if you observe any of these signs.
Owing to the Covid-19 pandemic, persistent lockdowns and work from home, a lot of people are experiencing mental exhaustion; popularly known as brain fog or burnout. If you are also feeling stressed, devoid of motivation or have a lack of mental clarity, then in this article we are going to tell you about 10 foods that can help you boost your brain productivity naturally.
Although you can take various natural health supplements to improve your brain function, you must not neglect the role of certain healthy foods for your mental wellbeing. If you include the below-mentioned foods in your diet, you will observe improved focus, lowered mood fluctuations and an overall happier outlook towards life.
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