That condition now starts at 130/80 rather than the previous guideline of 140/90. The new normal is less than 120/80. Why would they do this and how does that impact you? Continue reading
According to National Sleep Foundation most healthy adults need seven to nine hours of sleep a night – but some individuals are able to function without sleepiness or drowsiness after as little as six hours of sleep. But there are those who can’t perform at their peak unless they’ve slept ten hours. Sleep aids, a sleep-friendly environment, relaxation techniques and sleep schedules can help us achieve a good night’s sleep. Continue reading →
It gives me a little ache in the belly. September, that is.
My first sight of a school bus on our street last week brought a mix of emotions. My children are grown, done with school, out of the house, on their own, hasta la vista amigos! But September still has a sting to it.
Making the decision to adopt a healthier lifestyle is easy. Taking the necessary steps to build and maintain a healthier lifestyle is not. So we like to provide encouragement and guidance for those committing to go on this journey.
As with all of our well-being solutions, our main goal is to help employees manage the many distractions that can impact their job performance. And in doing this, the whole organization benefits! Continue reading →
Recently I have been close to those at both the beginning at the end of life. I could blog about the babies, the smoochy little cheeks and the sweet smell of a clean baby. I could write about the aging and endearing memories that we call to mind as we stand watch and support loved ones facing the other end of life.