Posts Tagged“health”

Having a great meal is something millions of people do on a daily basis. With that in mind, what do you tend to think needs to go into coming up with such a meal? From the food selection to the setting and more, the hope is you are having one great meal after another. Get the Most Out of Your Eating Opportunities When coming up with a great meal, start by deciding what it is you want on the menu. Are you eating on your own or with a partner? Do you have young children at home to also take…

Do you feel like a black cloud is following you? Do you feel stressed and overwhelmed by change or feel like that shoe on the other foot is about to drop? Or that happy people are, let’s just say, annoying? Attitude is the number one reason people don’t feel satisfied with their lives, themselves, or other people. Life is too short to spend the precious moments and energy that you have on negative feelings and outlooks. Here are four ways to start changing your perspective for the better and live a healthy, positive life. DOSE-I-Do We aren’t talking about dos-i-do,…

Unhealthy habits have a knack for catching up with us…and during COVID-19, that schedule becomes accelerated. While we’re not trying to say that everyone with bad habits will catch Coronavirus, certain aspects of our lifestyle can compile into making it easier to catch. From poor sleep to not wearing a mask, there are a few different factors that could potentially make you more susceptible to catching the virus. And if this is something that you’ve been trying to avoid, we’ve compiled a list of some of the most common habits that could lead to infection, as well as how to…

One thing which I really like abut my physician Dr. Balpal Sandhu is how simple he makes things and every time that I have been to see him he is able to really put me at ease, no matter what the situation is. I have learned a lot from the doctor as well, including the importance of drinking enough water each day, something which I have definitely be guilty of not doing in the past. I never really thought it was that necessary but Dr. Sandhu broke down for me the benefits and the risks of not getting 3-4 liters…

The wonderful Dr. Curtis Cripe has been my physician for a number of years now and during that time we have seen the rise of the internet, which was very much in its infancy when I started going to see Dr Cripe. As many of you may know, the internet is a place where you can find just about any information which you want, including medical advice. That’s right, how many of you have gone straight to the search engine when you don’t know what’s wrong with you? As you input your symptoms and find a wealth of responses which…