Tip: Beat heart risk. There are no visible symptoms of high cholesterol, and excess levels can lead to a heart attack – so know your numbers! Make an appointment to have your cholesterol checked this Monday..
TIP: Analyze your activities. Think about why you haven’t been physically active and then brainstorm ways to move forward. Remember, exercise doesn’t have to be expensive, taxing or boring! Did you start the year off with big plans and high hopes of getting fit but you’re finding it very difficult to get moving and actively
TIP: Cherish every pound. If you need to lose weight, take it slow. One to two lbs. per week is a healthy and sustainable weight loss goal. I like to create a weekly exercise and meal plan that mixes things up so I don’t get bored eating the same foods every week or doing the
Sciatica is the medical term used to describe pain felt along the path of the sciatic nerve. The sciatic nerve is the travels from each side of the lower back, down the back of the thigh, and into the foot. When the sciatic nerve is pinched, compressed or irritated, pain will be felt along the
Sciatica is referred to as a medical condition but really is a symptom of another underlying condition, i.e., spinal stenosis, a herniated disc, spondylolisthesis, piriformis syndrome, or another back problem. Sciatica most commonly affects people between the age of 30 and 50 but can flare up at any time. Narrowing of the spinal canal is
Make Monday the January of every week. The beginning of a new year is a wonderful time to reassess your situation and take the necessary steps to make improvements. It’s important to stick to your plan and see it through. New Year’s promises only stick if we remember them. So revisit resolutions each Monday and