Category: intellectual wellness

I’ll be back on December 7, 2020

I have decided to take the next two weeks off. I will be spending quality time with my family during this week of Thanksgiving. Next week, December 2, 2020, I am scheduled to have cataract surgery and will be taking that week off as… Continue Reading “I’ll be back on December 7, 2020”

Giving Thanks Is More Than A Holiday

“It’s how happy people live…” This video shows a man as he reminisces about his life and the things for which he’s thankful. It is a wonderful reminder that giving thanks should happen more than just once a year. It should happen everyday. It’s… Continue Reading “Giving Thanks Is More Than A Holiday”

Do Something Nice for Someone When You Can

Doing something nice for others doesn’t just benefit them but also you too. We’re meant to be giving creatures, yet many of us see giving as a form of sacrifice. This is simply not true. When we give, we get so much more in… Continue Reading “Do Something Nice for Someone When You Can”

Learn to Love Sleep

Sleep is a gift, something that’s just as important as the food on our plate and our exercise habits. It’s the time of the day that our body resets itself, detoxifies, and allows us to be able to conquer the next day ahead. Depression,… Continue Reading “Learn to Love Sleep”

Eat Good Fats

Healthy fats are like fuel for a good mood. They’re one of the most important things to include in your diet to promote a healthy mood (and a balanced metabolism). Healthy fats also promote good heart health, reduce cholesterol, and contain none of the harmful side effects associated… Continue Reading “Eat Good Fats”

Eat for Your Hormone Health

Our hormones completely control how we feel, act, think, and even how we treat others. And guess what controls our hormones for the most part? Aside from sleep and our lifestyle, our diets do. Though rest, stress management, and staying active play a part, nothing acts… Continue Reading “Eat for Your Hormone Health”

Don’t Over Sit Your Welcome

We need to stand more throughout the day, even if that’s while chatting with friends, talking on the phone, or just getting up in between nightly relaxing activities before bed. If you like to watch television, be sure not to sit there for hours… Continue Reading “Don’t Over Sit Your Welcome”

Challenge yourself…

… to eat at least one fruit or vegetable with every meal, every day for a week. Then try it again the next week. https://www.grmedcenter.com/health-and-wellness-tips/

Go an entire week…

… without eating fast food. See if you can do it again the next week. https://www.grmedcenter.com/health-and-wellness-tips/

Ditch your devices at least one hour before bedtime…

… put your phone and tablet in the other room. If you need help winding down, listen to soothing music or read a favorite book instead. https://www.grmedcenter.com/health-and-wellness-tips/

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