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Living A Happy Life Has Wellness at its Core

By Toni Okeson, published on May 28, 2014

Wellness is a common term most people use, but can hardly explain its meaning. From the perspective of human lifestyle, it encompasses the states of physical, emotional, mental, social and spiritual well-being. All the three mentioned dimensions of wellness are intertwined to make outstanding quality of life. To achieve the maximum levels of wellness, it is important to ensure the following dimensions of wellness are

Social Wellness

This is the ability of an individual to relate with others perfectly within an environment. Social wellness is normally reinforced by allowing oneself... (more)

Tags: wellness, happy life, alkaline ionized water

Four Reasons Why You Should Find the Perfect Doctor

By Jessica Socheski, published on Mar 19, 2014

For some people, going to the doctor can feel frightening. Many tend not to schedule a routine checkup with their doctor because of this, and most likely do not have one doctor that they visit on a regular basis. There will be a guaranteed rise in anxiety about visiting the doctor’s office when someone sees a different doctor every visit.

It is important to stay on top of your health checks and having a primary doctor that makes you feel comfortable is important. It will also more than likely decrease the anxiety about a doctor’s office. Searching for the right doctor is far from a simple... (more)

Tags: healthcare, relationships, doctors, trust, wellness

Stretch your body, stretch your life

By akagc, published on Dec 20, 2011

A couple of years ago, I suffered from Plantar Fasciitis, a well known condition of heel pain. This type of injury generally occurs overtime when the foot part of the body sustains an overload of physical activity without properly being stretched regularly.

During my rehabilitation through intense stretching and hydro therapy, I learned the injury stemmed from my hamstrings being tight from the hips area down to the balls of my feet, making every foot movement extremely painful. Between sitting down all day at work, and dissmissing stretching for year during my training, something was... (more)

Tags: health, fitness, yoga, lifestyle, stretching, wellness

What is ABA?

By Alethea, published on Nov 15, 2011

...turn down his stereo volume, decreasing those drop-in visits from the in-laws, reducing verbal protesting from your teenager, and getting your dog to pee outside – ABA can work with all of these.

Here are some helpful links to find out more!

http://ww.iaba.com/ (Institute for Applied Behavior Analysis)

http://www.abainternational.org/ (Association for Behavior Analysis International)

http://www.bacb.com/ (Behavior Analyst Certification Board)

http://byocmag.com/ (An online magazine focusing on behavioral wellness and tactics with lots of fun examples)

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Tags: health, weight loss, autism, behavior, wellness, aba, bcba, applied behavior, behavior analysis

Thoughts on Lifestyle

By akagc, published on Aug 30, 2011

In my efforts to understand and help more and more people incorporate personal wellness and fitness into their lives, I reflected on my past experiences to help me remember how things used to be in terms of the lifestyle I lived in my younger days. Things weren't as complicated back then.

In our teenage and young adult years, many of us played some type of a sport with a passion. We were fit, regularly active, and our bodies’ metabolisms were at their prime. I remember the days when I could easily eat 2 super sized Double Quarter Pounders with cheese meals after soccer or basketball... (more)

Tags: life, evolution, lifestyle, wellness, personal wellness, individuality, simplicity, balanced living, simple lifestyle, simple living, balanced lifestyle, sophistication

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