Warming Up and Cooling Down
When motivation strikes, you might be inspired to jump right into a workout. The enthusiasm is encouraged, but before you start any routine, warming up is essential.
So what exactly is a warm up? Fitness trainer Beth Harris says that the purpose of a warm up is to literally do just that –warm up your muscles. “Cold” muscles are less elastic and more prone to injury. Warming up allows you to move more freely through a full range of motion.
People who are generally mentally healthy are more in control of their emotions and their life. Mentally healthy individuals are able to handle whatever challenges and hurdles they may encounter. Mentally healthy persons are able to build strong relationships with friends, family, and lovers. What most people do not know is just as it requires effort to improve upon physical health it requires effort to improve mental health day after day it can be a rewarding experience and most definitely benefit all aspects of your life.
Stay focused and never give up
Back in the 90’s alternative health was known as hip and forward-thinking. There was a time when doctors started to realize how Americans were using alternative medicine, starting around 1993 a prominent paper was published call the New England Journal of Medicine documenting a new kind of unconventional therapy that would be later known as alternative healing.