In our workshops we discuss the various “resiliency factors” that have a positive impact our health and well-being. Some of these include meditation/mindfulness, sleep, nutrition, positivity psychology, social support and physical activity. The Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion updated their guidelines recently. You can find a great overview of the guidelines in this Harvard Medical School article.
In my opinion, the most notable items from the article include:
These new guidelines are definitely something to pay close attention to because, as the article states and you probably know already, “…regular exercise helps prevent chronic disease, such as diabetes and heart problems, while improving your overall health, mood, and quality of life. It can sharpen mental function, boost concentration, and help you sleep.”
Wishing you success in all aspects of life,
Founder & President
Smart Health Wellness and Performance