MAKE SAFETY A PRIORITY WHEN YOU EXERCISE
 

The experience gained in my years of promoting wellness can be summarised in two “laws”

  1. DO NO HARM

  2. MAKE APPROPRIATE NUTRITION A PRIORITY

I am tempted to say that it is difficult to go wrong when one follows these principles. Over zealousness, poor regulations and the phenomenon of “the toos” (too quickly, too soon, too heavy, too long etc.) cause many of us to either injure ourselves while exercising or end up in a situation where we are worse off than when we started. It is criminal when ones fitness level rather deteriorates because of an exercise programme or a new “healthy lifestyle”.

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MAKE SAFETY A PRIORITY WHEN YOU EXERCISE

The experience gained in my years of promoting wellness can be summarised in two “laws”

  1. DO NO HARM

  2. MAKE APPROPRIATE NUTRITION A PRIORITY

I am tempted to say that it is difficult to go wrong when one follows these principles. Over zealousness, poor regulations and the phenomenon of “the toos” (too quickly, too soon, too heavy, too long etc.) cause many of us to either injure ourselves while exercising or end up in a situation where we are worse off than when we started. It is criminal when ones fitness level rather deteriorates because of an exercise programme or a new “healthy lifestyle”.

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DIABETES CAN BE A MOUTHFUL

Uncontrolled Diabetes has a way of making its presence felt in every part of the human body. The annoying aspect is that it does not just end there; it attacks your finances and may even impact negatively on your social life.

Diabetes increases ones risk for periodontal disease (infection of gums and tissue supporting the teeth) primarily because high blood sugar impairs our ability to fight bacteria in the mouth. Once a diabetic develops periodontal disease, it can be more severe and harder to control and regular dental care is important in the prevention or control of such infections/diseases.

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BACK TO BASICS

The New Year always comes with a feeling (a feeling you can experience every Monday if you want to) of starting afresh and making major strides but how can we expect change when we continue to do things the old way,

We all have only one back and it is important we make the right changes to keep it safe rather than cause harm and then try in vain to “repair” it.

When back pain strikes “sometimes it comes as the sharp pain of a sudden injury. At other times back pain is a passing twinge or a constant ache. In any case, back pain can LIMIT your life.” –Krames Staywell.

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STANDING UP TO PROSTATE CANCER

“Maintaining a positive attitude can impact everyone around you. Many studies show there is real power in positive thinking.” Many times when one has prostate cancer, being optimistic and having a burning desire to remain healthy goes a long way to ensure that your quality of life is great. Having a positive attitude ensures that you are able to discuss your challenges and fears and to follow the guidelines reached with your healthcare team.

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