Prolonged stress can be dangerous to your long-term health and happiness. When your body feels stress, it naturally knows to release a chemical from the adrenal medulla called catecholamines. Catecholamines include epinephrine (adrenaline), norepinephrine (noradrenaline), and dopamine.
If you're someone who is working in the office or working from home, but you're mainly sitting at your desk all day, this can really cause tightness in the psoas muscle. That is also known as the hip flexor, and it's really important to make sure you stretch that out.
Summer vacation is about indulgence. You want to treat yourself on a hard-earned vacation. For many of us, the hard part is finding the right balance between healthy eating and indulgence.
If you're working toward living an overall healthier lifestyle, it's important to make the most out of every trip to the grocery store. PartnerMD health coach Sarah Brawley offers six tips for healthier grocery shopping.
Leading nutrition specialists and physicians are repeatedly discussing the role that nutrition has in preventing illness and disease. But sometimes this can feel easier said than done. You find yourself asking: “What does ‘eating well’ actually entail? And how do I know which specific foods and nutrients will help prevent disease?”
Are you finding yourself stressed out? Finding a fun activity is key to managing stress levels. Richmond health coach Sarah Brawley offers seven ideas, from coloring to journaling, for fun activities you can do to relieve stress.
Air fryers work very similarly to how a convection oven does. It's a healthier way to get a crispy taste to your food, and they're popping up all over the place the last couple of years, so there are tons of options out there. Richmond health coach Sarah Brawley introduces a few simple options to get started using your air fryer.