Antioxidants are substances or nutrients in our foods which can prevent or slow the oxidative damage to our body. When our body cells use oxygen, they naturally produce free radicals (by-products) which can cause damage. Antioxidants act as “free radical scavengers” and prevent and repair the damage done by these free radicals.
Every person wants to live a healthy and happy life, but most of us are careless in many useful things which helps us to improve our health and daily life. Apart from healthy eating habits, proper sleep is one of the most important things to be healthy, fresh and happy.
Sleep hygiene is a practice or habit which follows a proper schedule for sleep which is necessary for the daytime alertness. It also includes the behaviors and rituals towards the sleep or in a simple way it is your approach towards the sleep.
In modern day life sleep, hygiene education must be given to the students, not at school levels but also at college and university levels as sleep education is the important section in the cognitive-behavioral therapy used to treat insomnia.
Effect of environment on sleeping hygiene:
Role of the environment is very important in every person’s life as a person feels comfortable in a stable and friendly environment so in the same sleeping environment is also very important for the peaceful and sound sleep. Soo you should develop such a comfortable environment which improves your sleeping time and sleeping hygiene.
If your clients are more focused on what they don’t want, instead of what they do want, they will most likely be getting just that – exactly what they don’t want.
The Athlete who is constantly focusing on ‘not losing’ will typically lose more than the athlete who consistently focuses on ‘always winning’.
Having an adequate, high-quality, restful sleep is an important part of adhering to healthy eating plans. Metabolic problems associated with overeating include high body mass index (BMI) and long-term health risks like obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and some types of cancer. The National Sleep Foundation recommends that adults aged 18-64 years should have sleep duration of 7-9 hours every day (Hirshkowitz, Whiton & Albert et al., 2015).
Sleep-related problems can affect how our bodies regulate food intake and can increase hunger and our appetite to eat more food.
You’ve finally decided to go into the coaching business. Through hours and hours of research, you picked your niche, picked your target market, and decided what products or services you will be offering through your coaching. Now it’s time for the fun stuff!
Oh, wait… Business legalities and government jargon? Taxes? This doesn’t sound fun at all.
You’re right. It is a nightmare for most people (it was for me at first). In fact, it’s not fun at all… if you don’t understand how it all works.
But if you know a couple little tips and tricks when it comes to understanding how business entities work, you can use them to your advantage. Oh and trust me… once you discover the loopholes and tax advantages, this information could be worth tens (if not hundreds) of thousands to you.
Here are the advantages and disadvantages of each of the three main business entities: [Read more…]
The competition for new clients is growing as time goes on, so as a health and fitness professional, you need to make sure you are finding the exact places where your prospective clients hang out online.
The typical spots are getting crowded. Facebook, Youtube, Instagram, and so on. But there’s just one place that is shockingly not being infiltrated as much as it should be…
If you aren’t on LinkedIn (just signing up doesn’t count), then you’re missing out on a huge slice of the client pie.
It’s the hottest social media network to tap into in 2019 if you’re wanting to let the floodgates open to new clients. 84% of LinkedIn users say they’ve received several business opportunities through the platform (as studied in the Sales and LinkedIn Study).
Facebook has many benefits when it comes to attracting more clients for your business. Not only you can connect with your clients on a deeper level, but you can also do it for a fraction of a cost, if not for free. The question is how?
Here are 5 tips for using Facebook to attract more clients:
Remember to Engage
It is not enough to simply sharing your knowledge by writing informative posts about training or nutrition. The key to attracting clients is to engage with your Facebook audience by having an authentic communication with them. You can do so by leaving comments, posting live videos or conducting Q&A sessions that are becoming very popular on social media.
You’ve heard it before….
There’s so much talk about what works for brain training, mental toughness, mind-body connection and optimizing brain function. Some people want these improvements to get more done, become more efficient, and even become happier. Others simply want to become a better athlete by way of enhanced brain power.
There is science that is proven to work.
There are centuries of “personal experience” that seems to show what works.
There is definitely no shortage of “experts” who claim they know what works.
Did you know that the Spencer Institute has 4 world-class training courses specifically designed to enhance mental toughness, cognitive function, brain power & mindset mastery? [Read more…]
Did you know that sleep deprivation can also have profound consequences on your physical health? Poor sleep puts you at risk of serious medical conditions, including obesity, heart disease, diabetes and it shortens your life expectancy.
How much sleep do we need?
What matters is that you find out how much sleep you need and then try to achieve it. If you wake up tired and spend the day longing for a chance to have a nap, it’s likely that you’re not getting enough sleep.
A variety of factors can cause poor sleep, including health conditions such as sleep apnoea. But in most cases, it’s due to bad sleeping habits.
Although this is often normal, it is seldom optimal.
Just for a moment, think back to the personal goals you set for yourself and your career at the beginning of this year.
How are you doing?
Are the same personal goals still relevant right now?
Did you already accomplish them?