At Serenity MD, we specialize in topics like medical weight loss and aesthetic treatments. We understand that you want to live a healthy, happy life while looking (and feeling) your best! So often, we focus on topics like exercise, diet, and cosmetic treatments in our blogs.
You might often hear that “successful people” (whatever that means to you) tend to be early risers. Many celebrities and famous business people are often said to adhere to a strict daily routine, that includes certain early-morning rituals. Theoretically, these morning routines help them to stay calm, focused, and organized so that they can build a successful day. Or, as the saying goes, “the early bird gets the worm”.
For many people, Thanksgiving is the kick-off day to a season of festivities, fun, yummy food… and weight gain. For those of us who watch our weight, or who are actively trying to lose weight, Thanksgiving represents something else entirely. It’s a dreaded obstacle, or perhaps even a tempting setback that could undo months of progress. How will you get through the day, without gaining a dozen pounds or more?
For many people, knowing how to exercise is the hardest part of getting fit. For others, staying motivated is their primary challenge. Whatever your particular obstacle might be, hiring a personal trainer might be a good solution. But as with any other profession, there are skilled trainers, unskilled ones, and those who work well with some clients but not so much with others. Finding the right fit for you can be a challenge in its own right.
We all start off the day with the best of intentions. We’re going to find time to exercise, and fit three healthy meals into our schedules. But then life happens, and we’re tempted to grab dinner from the nearest drive-through on the way home.
Napping… That’s for toddlers, right? It’s been a few decades since you pulled out your nap mat and fell asleep on a classroom floor somewhere!
Actually, there are many reasons that we shouldn’t give up naps in adulthood. Yes, we know you’re already over-scheduled and trying to cram more healthy activities into your jam-packed itinerary. But as you continue to make healthier decisions for yourself, a regular nap time might not be a terrible idea. Just check out the following reasons a nap can benefit you:
It’s a lot easier to reach your fitness and weight loss goals when you make a plan for success (and stick to it). In particular, creating an eating plan for the week can help you to avoid temptation to “cheat” on your diet, and meet nutritional goals at the same time. But a lot of people feel overwhelmed when they sit down to make a plan for the week. This quick guide can help you streamline the meal planning process.
Venture into the weight loss section of any bookstore, and you’ll discover an abundance of books promoting one eating plan or another. Turn on the TV and you’ll see advertisements for various programs, promising to help you shed unwanted pounds. Weight loss plans vary significantly in the types of foods they promote, or the amount of exercise they claim is necessary. Some are even designed to address specific body types. But one thing remains constant, in every weight loss plan that has ever provided even a small measure of success: Water is important.