Posts Tagged ‘stress’

The Truth About Exercise, Part 2

Friday, October 12th, 2012

Every one of these of people (millions) could have prevented or significantly reduced the risk of developing the condition they now have if they would have only exercised. Every one! Unfortunately, they cannot blame anyone but themselves. Once again, if you don’t regularly and consistently exercise, you will more than likely become a member of one or more of these groups. (more…)

Stress May Affect Food Choices

Tuesday, October 2nd, 2012

Stress may contribute to ”emotional eating” – eating foods that are high in fat and calories to cope with stressful situations – according to findings published in the November/December issue of Psychosomatic Medicine. (more…)

Knowing Too Much to Be a Good Leader

Tuesday, April 3rd, 2012

Knowledge is power. But can you ever know too much or be too powerful? Yes, you can if your wisdom and people skills do not grow along with your knowledge. (more…)

Tight Traps or Rounded Shoulders How to Make Them Better Post 1

Tuesday, August 2nd, 2011

Many people in this fast-paced, stressful modern society have experienced muscles that become tight from stress, tension and inactivity. One area particularly vulnerable for to this type of stress is the upper back and neck. We are primarily talking about the trapezius muscle between your neck and shoulders on each side and the muscles of the back of the neck. (more…)