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Lori Brothers: Body awareness can help manage stress
Are you an “inny” or an “outy”? I’m not referring to your belly button, even though the concept also applies there. I am talking about how you manage your stress. Do you internalize or externalize?
Lori Brothers: Be ready to stay healthy during storms
At any time during the spring and summer, we may get a signal from our local officials that there is inclement weather that can turn threatening. It is always important to pay attention during alerts to assure that your family, including your pets, are safe in the event of an emergency such as tornado, flood or power outage.
Lori Brothers: Walking tall is good for the body
Do you have neck soreness, back pain, or other posture problems? Maybe it’s time to take a new stance about your health and well-being. May is National Correct Posture Month.
Lori Brothers: Time to stop dawdling and establish some goals!
“Goals are the fuel in the furnace of achievement.” That’s Brian Tracy writes in his book “Eat That Frog! 21 Ways to Stop Procrastinating and Get More Done in Less Time.”
Lori Brothers: Change your definition of a salad
Lately, I have been changing my perception of salad, what it “can be” versus what a salad “should be.” At first you may judge that I am thinking too deeply about something as simple as a salad.
Lori Brothers: Some natural remedies for allergy sufferers
Get your tissues, handkerchiefs, nasal sprays and antihistamines ready. Statistics show that 1 in 5 people in the U.S. have either allergy or asthma symptoms. The common irritants include plant and tree pollens (including ragweed pollen), grasses, molds, cat dander and food.
Lori Brothers: Start each day with sense of adventure
Health issues or other difficult life circumstances are more manageable when you can start each day fresh with hope. German philosopher Meister Eckhart said, “Be willing to be a beginner every single morning.”
Lori Brothers: Let LEGS, three F’s guide exercise
With spring’s arrival often comes the re-commitment to getting more exercise. So the question can arise, “How do I design an exercise program that’s right for me?” Great question.
Lori Brothers: Don’t measure yourself against others, but keep tabs on your midsection
When it comes to your health it is more important to take “wise measures” to ensure it, and to leave vanity out of it. It’s best that you learn to listen to yourself and not judge yourself against others who may have different genes, different preferences and different goals than you.
Lori Brothers: Curiousity can trigger lifestyle changes
If you are making even one change that is improving your health, you become a positive example for others. In addition, you inspire yourself to find your way to better health and well-being.
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