Success leaves clues. Find out what only really healthy people know and make sure you’re working towards doing the same.
While feeling good is often a nice side benefit of being healthy, feeling good does not mean you ARE healthy. Health is a state of optimal function, a state in which all of the body’s needs being met consistently over time. Sometimes you’ll feel great, other times, it’s not the case. Stay focused on taking the correct actions instead of only actions directed at feeling better.
It can happen gradually, or come about all of a sudden. The burning, itching sensation in our feet that can be both uncomfortable and embarrassing. Athlete’s foot is common – but like many skin conditions, isn’t typically a topic of conversation. So to help out, this week we are focusing on the causes and symptoms, as well as athlete’s foot treatment.
What is athlete’s foot? As mentioned, athlete’s foot is a common skin infection which occurs mainly between the toes and on the soles of the feet. It usually manifests as a scaly, red, itchy eruption and occasionally may be weepy and oozing. It effects both athletes and non-athletes alike.
18% of adults suffer from anxiety in a given year. This video discusses the cause of anxiety and natural treatment options.
The fitness industry has evolved a lot in the last couple decades… constantly innovating new and different ways to “lose weight faster than ever!” and best of all it will “only take 10 minutes a day!”.
In today’s fast paced society, people are constantly seeking the best results in the shortest amount of time with as little effort as possible resulting in multiple shortcuts that compromise form for gains.
By Dr. Michael Gibson
Thankfully, some of these myths are dying but if you read, watch or listen to most popular magazines, TV shows or podcasts most of the information you are being fed is still just plain wrong.
Please know that I don’t think these industries are full of unethical liars who are out to hurt people. I don’t think they are misleading you purposefully. I do think they are sharing what they learned from others who came before them (I did the same thing for years!).
Unfortunately, they’ve never thought to question what they learned, and they too have dogmatically accepted the exercise myths that pervade our culture.