Health & Wellness
Snoring: Annoyance or Warning Sign?
Is your nighttime nuisance merely a nagging sound, or is it harming your heart? Regular snoring may keep your spouse awake at night. However, your partner could be the one to alert you to a sleep condition called sleep apnea, where you stop breathing for up to ten seconds multiple times a night. Approximately 18 million people suffer from sleep apnea and could be at risk for serious heart conditions and not even know it. Read more >>
Stuff the Bird, Not Yourself | Tips For Feasting Well on Turkey Day
Do you love the feeling of being too full to stand up and too tired to keep your eyes open after Thanksgiving dinner? If so, this article is not for you. If you prefer feeling comfortable, don’t be a turkey; use the following suggestions to help you do less of the gobble gobble and make sure the bird is the only thing getting stuffed. Read more >>
No Pain, No Gain: Why You Should Add Strength Training to Your Exercise Routine
Attention cardio queens (and kings) everywhere: cardio works well at helping people shed excess weight, but it isn’t the only answer. In fact, doing too much cardiovascular exercise can hinder weight loss efforts. I, too, once thought cardio was the only way to trim down, get healthy and feel good. Well, I was so wrong! Read more >>