A good night's sleep is vital to improve your immune system. Good sleep allows your body to recharge and reset, which helps you exercise and eat better, which all ties together to boost your immunity.
Sleep. It's not just about sweet dreams and 8 hours. Your body needs sleep to regulate and strengthen its immune system, recharge its batteries, and relieve stress. During COVID-19, it's more important than ever to get a good night's sleep, because that will help boost your immune system and maximize your resilience to the virus. In this video, Midlothian health coach Jaime Monsen offers five tips on how to get better sleep.
Family workouts are a great way to make sure you and your loved ones stay active and stay healthy. And when including younger children, it can teach them healthy lifestyle habits that they will carry on into adulthood. In this video, Midlothian health coach Jaime Monsen offers a few tips and strategies for creating workout plans as a family. Watch the video below and read on for a full recap.
Health and fitness apps are a great tool for anyone to help measure, motivate, and encourage activity. There are apps to help you stay creative and compete against yourself or your friends, as well as to help you stay focused on your goals. There are hundreds to choose from and more popping up on the marketplace all the time.
Sliders are a cheap and effective tool to use for staying fit. In this video, Midlothian health coach Jaime Monsen uses two sliders she bought at Five Below to workout her core. Watch the video below and read on for the list of exercises.
Wearable fitness gadgets are a great tool to track your personal success or engage with others for friendly competition. No matter what age you are these tools can help motivate you to be successful and keep a healthy, active lifestyle.
Plantar fasciitis is a common issue in many adults characterized by intense pain in the heel due to inflammation. In this video, Midlothian health coach Jaime Monsen offers a few simple tips to treat and prevent plantar fasciitis. Watch the video below and read on for a recap.
The big thing with myofascial is that it can limit your exercise routine and reduce your activity. We don't want myofascial to be the reason you aren't getting regular exercise in. There are a couple ways to reduce myofascial so you can get back to your regularly scheduled activity, but first, you should understand exactly what it is. Midlothian health coach Jaime Monsen explains in this video. Watch below and read on for more.