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Herald Editorial: Pandemic reveals necessity of support network – Daily Herald

Human beings are wired for connection.

Many studies over the years have confirmed this, and many scientists agree that the emotional pain associated with having our social ties damaged or severed can have negative consequences on our overall health.

It may therefore come as no surprise that law enforcement and other first responders in Utah County recently reported an uptick in the number of mental wellness calls during COVID-19 quarantine efforts.

Its terribly unfortunate to see this, and although it doesnt make up the entirety of mental health issues being reported, its a reflection of the toll isolation and a lack of social support can have on individuals over an extended period of time.

It also raises an unbelievably important question: When was the last time you made a friend?

Not an acquaintance. Not a good working relationship. A friend.

Friends can increase your sense of belonging, reduce stress and boost self-confidence. They can also add meaning to your life and challenge you to grow as a person. Health outcomes such as increased happiness and longevity are also experienced when a healthy support network of friends is available.

Quarantine efforts, however, seem to exacerbate an already existing problem. Friends, for a recognizable percentage of the population, are difficult to come by.

A YouGov survey from 2019 revealed that millennials are a rather lonely generation. Thirty percent say they always, or often, feel lonely; and 27% say they have no close friends. That same survey indicates that 20% of Generation X respondents felt the same way.

A similar study in 2019 from OnePoll surveyed 2,000 Americans and learned that 45% of adults found it difficult to make new friends. So difficult, in fact, that the average adult has not made a new friend in the last five years.

Quarantine certainly did not make efforts to gain friends any easier. The inability to hug, or put a hand on another persons shoulder was difficult for nearly everyone to endure. Even if the attempt was made to go out in public, the expectation to stay 6 feet apart, avoid shaking hands and taking precautions when a transaction takes place added even more obstacles.

We do have social media at our fingertips to meet others. At last check, though, the health of the discourse in that landscape could easily be described as a disaster.

Maybe its unfair to suggest that all of the 34% year-over-year increase in mental wellness calls between February and May in Utah County involved suicide attempts, and maybe its unfair to attribute a majority of that increase to quarantine and a lack of human connection. Its perfectly reasonable, however, to see the correlation when theres a sustained and irregular increase in reported mental wellness incidents during an international pandemic.

Having more, and better, friendships may not have prevented some of these calls to local law enforcement, but most mental health professionals would agree those numbers would have been reduced with a healthy support network.

If theres one thing COVID-19 lockdown efforts should have taught many to appreciate, its connection with our friends, family and neighbors.

Now, with quarantine largely at an end in the state of Utah, the opportunity to form a close connection with others is on the upswing.

Sure, its vulnerable and sometimes nerve wracking to put yourself out there and meet new people. Just remember that the numbers say youre not alone in your loneliness. There are others looking for connection who dont have any, and many more who do have close connection and friendships who would like more.

Use this opportunity, a renewal of interacting with others socially, to form connections, reduce stress, increase happiness and challenge yourself to grow.

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Fitful nightly sleep linked to chronic inflammation, hardened arteries – UC Berkeley

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Disrupted nightly sleep and clogged arteries tend to sneak up on us as we age. And while both disorders may seem unrelated, a new UC Berkeley study helps explain why they are, in fact, pathologically intertwined.

UC Berkeley sleep scientists have begun to reveal what it is about fragmented nightly sleep that leads to the fatty arterial plaque buildup known as atherosclerosis that can result in fatal heart disease.

Weve discovered that fragmented sleep is associated with a unique pathway chronic circulating inflammation throughout the blood stream which, in turn, is linked to higher amounts of plaques in coronary arteries, said study senior author Matthew Walker, a UC Berkeley professor of psychology and neuroscience.

The findings, published today, June 4, in the journal PLOS Biology, adds poor sleep as a key risk factor for cardiovascular disease, which ranks as the top killer of Americans, with some 12,000 deaths each week although COVID-19, which has killed, on average, 1,000 a day during the pandemic in the U.S., comes close.

To the best of our knowledge, these data are the first to associate sleep fragmentation, inflammation and atherosclerosis in humans, said study lead author Raphael Vallat, a postdoctoral researcher in Walkers Center for Human Sleep Science at UC Berkeley.

Established risk factors for cardiovascular disease in humans include poor diet, lack of exercise, obesity, high blood pressure and smoking.

Using statistical modeling, the researchers analyzed the diagnostic data of more than 1,600 middle-aged and older adults using a national dataset known as the Multi-Ethnic Study of Atherosclerosis.

To isolate the effect of sleep quality on heart health, the study controlled for age, ethnicity, gender, body mass index, sleep disorders, blood pressure and high-risk behaviors such as smoking.

The researchers then tracked the results of the study participants, analyzing their blood tests, their calcium scores that can gauge plaque buildup, as well as several different measures of sleep, including wristwatch-assessed sleep across a week and a night in a sleep laboratory that measured electrical brainwave signals.

The final outcome clearly linked disrupted sleep patterns to higher concentrations of circulating inflammatory factors and, specifically, of white blood cells known as monocytes and neutrophils, which are key players in atherosclerosis, researchers said.

In revealing this link with chronic inflammation, the findings suggest a missing middleman that is brokering the bad deal between fragmented sleep and the hardening of blood vessels, Walker said.

Indeed, these associational results in humans mirror recent data in which experimentally manipulated sleep disruption in mice led to higher levels of circulating inflammation that caused atherosclerotic lesions in the rodents, added Vallat.

The findings linking poor sleep to atherosclerosis via chronic inflammation have major public health implications, researchers said.

For example, atherosclerosis often begins in early adulthood. Unfortunately, this process goes largely unnoticed until the plaque buildup, in middle or old age, suddenly blocks arterial blood flow to the heart, lungs, brain and/or other organs, hence its moniker, silent killer, said Vallat.

The insidious nature of the disease requires that we pay extra attention to our sleep hygiene, even starting in early to midlife, said study co-lead author Vyoma Shah, a doctoral student in Walkers lab.

To more accurately gauge ones sleep quality, the researchers recommend the use of clinical grade sleep trackers, because the study found that peoples subjective assessments of their sleep were not reliable.

If you track your sleep patterns using objective measures, the same way you track your weight, blood pressure or cholesterol, you can make modifications to your sleep habits, which could make a tangible difference to later life health outcomes, said Shah.

With chronic inflammation shaping up to be a bridge connecting poor sleep to cardiovascular disease, its worth exploring its role in a plethora of other diseases where inflammation is known to be a possible factor, the researchers said.

This link between fragmented sleep and chronic inflammation may not be limited to heart disease, but could include mental health and neurological disorders, such as major depression and Alzheimers disease, Walker said. These are new avenues we must now explore.

In addition to Walker, Vallat and Shah, co-authors of the study are Susan Redline at Harvard Medical School and Peter Attia, founder of Attia Medical, a medical practice focused on the science of longevity.

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What the Pandemic is Revealing About Target Date Funds – The 401(k) Specialist

The differences among target date funds (TDFs) can be hard for some plan sponsors and participants to immediately see, but it is moments like the one were in now that can reveal important distinctions between them.

The market volatility caused by the COVID-19 pandemic vividly demonstrates that while risk exposure is important at every point in a TDFs glide path, its particularly impactful for people nearing retirement.

This is not a new point of view, but its newly relevant. Prior to the market declines weve seen since February, investors had enjoyed one of the longest-running bull cycles in U.S. history. That led to impressive equity returns, and with it a heightened focus on asset accumulation.

Subsequently, we believe too much embedded risk crept into many multi-asset class portfolios and remained hidden until now.

Of course, not everyone agrees. There are those who continue to make the case for keeping equity allocations at higher levels near and into retirement. And its worth looking at their arguments. Here are two:

From our perspective, the two most critical factors for TDF portfolios during periods of volatility are time horizon and cash flow. As a result, they impact younger people on the front end of the glide path differently than older people nearing their retirement date.

Generally, TDF investors just starting their career with long time horizons and limited savings can benefit from significant volatility exposure, as this can help them accumulate wealth over time and benefit from the ups and downs of the market through dollar-cost averaging.

As investors accumulate wealth and approach and enter retirement, however, higher levels of equity exposure in volatile markets can work against them. It can cause them significant stress when balances fluctuate, given the larger dollar impact and shorter recovery times before investors need to tap into assets.

Consider how a hypothetical 20% portfolio loss might affect two TDF investors, one at age 25 and one at age 60.

The pandemic has exposed more than just the importance of risk exposures within a TDF for people nearing retirement. It has also revealed how important human emotion is as a factor in glide path design.

Too often, glide paths are developed quantitatively in the lab and can ignore or underappreciate the fact that these are products that will ultimately be used by real people with real needs and emotions.

Theres an important takeaway for advisors and plan sponsors here. When evaluating funds, keep participants in mind, and remember theyre human just like you. Ask your provider if their funds factor in participants emotions and behavioral biases into the investment process.

The range of threats to retirement savings include things such as market risk, longevity risk, sequence risk, inflation risk, tail risk, and interest rate risk. But human decision-making concerning those risks differs depending on the persons stage of life. Those behavioral patterns can and should be factored into a TDFs design to help drive toward successful outcomes for retirement savers.

We encourage advisors and their plan sponsor clients to consider the COVID-19 pandemic as a prompt to re-examine the TDFs theyre offering in their retirement plans.

To help evaluate portfolios, advisors and plan sponsors should:

Questioning TDF equity exposures for near-retirees may not have been the most popular message even a few months ago. But just like so many other parts of our lives, were in a whole new world now.

Omar Aguilar is Chief Investment Officer for Passive Equity and Multi-Asset Strategies andJake Gilliam is Head of Multi-Asset Portfolio Solutions with Charles Schwab Investment Management, Inc.

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Transdermal Drug Delivery System Market Forecast to 2027 – COVID-19 Impact and Global Analysis by Type ; Application ; End User ; and Geography -…

NEW YORK, May 5, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- The transdermal drug delivery system market was valued at US$ 6,063.85 million in 2019 and is projected to reach US$ 8,415.04 million by 2027; it is expected to grow at a CAGR of 4.3% during 2020-2027. The growth of the transdermal drug delivery system market is mainly attributed to factors such as the increasing prevalence of chronic diseases, growing demand for non-invasive drug delivery devices, and high demand for self-administration of drugs. However, high cost involved in development of drug delivery systems along with drug failure and recalls of transdermal drug delivery systems are likely to restraint the growth of the market during the forecast years.

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Transdermal drug delivery systems are devices containing drug of defined surface area that delivers a pre-determined amount of drug to the surface of intact skin at a pre-predefined rate.The skin as a route for systemic drug administration has become very attractive since the introduction of transdermal therapeutic systems in the form of patches.

The discovery of transdermal drug delivery systems (TDDS) is breakthrough in the field of controlled drug delivery system.Transdermal dosage forms, as an alternative to the conventional dosage form are becoming very popular because of their unique advantages.

Like controlled zero ordered absorption, simple mode of administration and having option to terminate the action in case of adverse effect.So the TDDS makes them desirable for the treatment of chronic diseases where long term treatment is necessary.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in the 2019, almost 6 in 10 people in the US suffer from at least one chronic disease and 4 in 10 people have two or more chronic diseases.

Cardiovascular (CV) diseases such as atherosclerosis, angina pectoris, and acute myocardial infarction are the major cause of mortality in the whole world owing to the present day hectic lifestyle. As per the data provided by WHO, cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) are the number one cause of death globally, taking an estimated 17.9 million lives each year. Many medications are commercially available for their treatment but the conventional tablets and capsules are unable to cope up with these situations. This augments the use of novel drug delivery systems providing targeted drug delivery and prolonged drug residence to the affected areas of the cardiovascular system. Novel drug delivery systems started with the platform application involving the introduction of transdermal patches, containing drug particles, were applied on skin. They are believed to offer many advantages over conventional oral therapies. Moreover, sizeable number of anti-hypertensive is undergoing extensive first-pass metabolism, which can be avoided by transdermal therapy. Hence, the adoption of transdermal drug delivery systems is likely to experience rapid adoption, which in turn is propelling the market growth.

Based on type, the transdermal drug delivery system market is segmented into transdermal patches and transdermal semisolids.The transdermal patch segment is further sub segmented into drug-in-adhesive patches, matrix patches, reservoir membrane patches, and micro needle patches.

The transdermal semisolids segment is further sub segmented into gels, ointments and sprays.The transdermal patches segment held the largest share of the market in 2019.

Also, transdermal patches is estimated to register the highest CAGR in the market during the forecast period.

Based on application, the market is segmented into pain management, central nervous system disorders, hormonal applications, cardiovascular diseases, and other applications.The hormonal applications segment is further sub segmented into transdermal estrogen therapy and testosterone replacement.

The pain management segment held the largest share of the market in 2019; however, pain management segment is estimated to register the highest CAGR in the market during the forecast period.

Based on end user, the global transdermal drug delivery system market is segmented into hospitals and clinics, home care settings, and others. The hospitals and clinics segment held the highest share of the market in 2019; whereas, the home care settings segment is estimated to register the highest CAGR in the market during the forecast period.

The World Health Organization (WHO), Food and Drug Administration (FDA), NHS (National Health Service), and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are some of the major primary and secondary sources referred for preparing this report.

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29 Black-Owned Grooming, Skincare, and Wellness Brands You Can Shop Right Now – GQ

Protests over the police killing of George Floyd have brought much-needed, urgent attention to the systematic racism that plagues all Black Americans. There are many things you can do with your time, energy, and money to support the Black Lives Matter movementprotest, call your elected officials, and donate. (We've got a list of places to consider right here.) One direct way to support the black community is to make an effort to buy directly from small business owned or founded by black entrepreneurs. To guide you, we put together a list 29 such brands spanning grooming, skincare, and wellness. (We've also got a separate list of fashion labels and clothing stores.) It's not a complete list, but it might help you spend thoughtfully the next time you need to refill your medicine cabinet.

Founded by certified aromatherapist Aba Gyepi-Garbrah, Aba Love Apothecary brings aromatherapy and skincare together using botanicals and other natural ingredients. Try the grooming oil, which softens your skin and beard in one go.

Dana Jackson started crafting skincare products out of a personal needshe was struggling with lupus, a chronic inflammatory disease, and needed gentle solutions she knew would work. Thus, her luxe line of scrubs and serums was born.

Founded in 2013 by Stanford graduate and Foursquare alum Tristan Walker, Bevel is a (GQ-loved) shaving company that focuses on minimizing razor bumps and irritation. (In 2018, Walker sold the company to Proctor & Gamble while staying on as CEO.)

Briogeo is a plant-based haircare line for all hair types. Founded in by Nancy Twine in 2013 while working in full-time in finance in New York City, Briogeo is now carried nationally at places like Sephora and SpaceNK.

Founded by D.C. native Patrick Boateng II, this simple, three-product line targets skin concerns many men of color faceacne, razor bumps, and hyperpigmentation.

Founded in 2016 by then-college student Joshua Esnard, The Cut Buddy helps you keep your lineup and beard looking fresh in between cuts. It was an Amazon best-selling grooming tool even before quarantine even began.

Founded by oculofacial plastic surgeon Chaneve Jeanniton, this tightly edited skincare line is full of hits. Chief among them is a stem-cell infused anti-aging serum dubbed "Master Plan".

Nigeria-born, England-based Ozohu Adoh started Epara to provide luxury skincare to people with dark skin tones. Using the best in highest quality African botanicals, the line targets concerns like dryness and discoloration.

Temi Shobowale started her namesake line after feeling disenchanted by the "cult loved" yet harmful products she was surrounded by in her beauty-retail career. Her plant-based line is simple, clean, and sustainable.

Whether you're into makeup or just curious about zit-covering options, Rihanna's Fenty Beauty has your back no matter your skin tone.

Named after founder Michael James's grandfather, Frederick Benjamin Grooming aims to replace heavy, harsh products for black hair and skin with gentler, more effective formulas. Pick up multiple products at once in the brand's regimen kits.

If you're curious about dry brushing and have Tom Ford-level taste, there's Gilded's marble-backed brush. Blair Armstrong's line has other super-luxe self-care goods too, from marble candles to super-rich body balms.

Cofounded by Trinity Mouzon Wofford and Issey Kobori, this Brooklyn-based wellness brand makes turmeric latte and matcha mixes and superfood-packed face masks so you can make a self-care night of it.

Desiree Verdejo founded Hyper after failing to find a serum that effectively treated the hyperpigmentation she experienced during pregnancy. Her vitamin-packed formula smoothes fine lines and softens skin at the same time.

Founded by esthetician and formulator Lesley Thornton, Klur is a luxe skincare line that promises results without the fuss. The packaging also happens to be display-it-on-the-sink-ledge good.

Co-founded by Queer Eye's Karamo Brown, Mantl's mission is to offer a "better bald" with products that clean, moisturize, and protect the face and scalp in one easy routine.

Jacob Quetant founded Nature Boy after noticing a lack of natural, gentle beard products on the market for men. The brand's deep cleaning Raw African Black Soap is the star of the showuse it on your face, beard, and body.

Founded by Richelieu Dennis, Nyema Tubman, and Mary Dennis in Harlem back in 1992, Nubian Heritage relies on natural, fair trade ingredients to make incredible-smelling soaps, aluminum-free deodorants, and body washes.

Named after the Yoruba word for queen, Olori is a Lagos-based haircare line formulated for African hair. Founded by Toyin Odulate, a personal-care industry veteran, Olori uses only natural ingredients.

This plant-based, paraben-free haircare line is specially formulated for cleansing, styling, and caring for dreadlocks.

Gianne Doherty and Jay Weeks's Organic Bath Co. is affordable, stylish, and all organic. Come for the body wash, stay for the hand sanitizer and face oil, leave without sticker shock.

If you've ever given side eye to disposable plastic razors or aggressively scented shave creams (everyone), Karen Young's stripped down, eco-conscious direct-to-consumer shaving brand is worth checking out.

Noticing a lack of organic products crafted for highly textured hair, Jamyla Bennu created Oyin, which uses nourishing honey to naturally smooth strands. No surprise: Oyin also makes a mean body lotion and beard softener.

Pattern makes hair products for the curliest, coiliest, and tightest of textures and was founded by Tracee Ellis Ross, our favorite person on Instagram.

Plant Apothecary, founded by Holly McWhorter and Bjarke Ballisager, makes a mean body wash and loads of other great-smelling certified organic skincare goods.

A board-certified dermatologist, Rose Ingleton's skincare line focuses on combatting common skin concerns like redness, dark spots, and wrinkles. And nice surprise: it's also totally natural.

Calvin Quallis's great-smelling beard products are a GQ favorite. Start there, but don't miss the hair and skincare offerings either.

Tatiana Price's shea-based, chemical-free body scrubs and lotions will whip your sad, stay-at-home skin right into shape. Buy in bulk. Scoop with abandon.

Founded by English celebrity hairstylist Vernon Franois, this luxe haircare line uses fair trade ingredients to create products for all hair types, from fine to coily.

Designer Aurora James's 15 Percent Pledge calls on big retailers to devote shelf space to historically underrepresented brands.

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Gummy Vitamin Market Emerging Trends, Global Demand and Business Opportunities 2020 to 2026 | Gummy Vitamins, Bayer, Church & Dwight Co,…

COVID-19 Impact Analysis of Gummy Vitamin Market

[Los Angeles], [United States], May 2020, The Gummy Vitamin Market research report includes an in-sight study of the key [Global Gummy Vitamin Market Research Report 2020] market prominent players along with the company profiles and planning adopted by them. This helps the buyer of the Gummy Vitamin report to gain a clear view of the competitive landscape and accordingly plan Gummy Vitamin market strategies. An isolated section with top key players is provided in the report, which provides a complete analysis of price, gross, revenue(Mn), Gummy Vitamin specifications, and company profiles. The Gummy Vitamin study is segmented by Module Type, Test Type, And Region.

The market size section gives the Gummy Vitamin market revenue, covering both the historic growth of the market and the forecasting of the future. Moreover, the report covers a host of company profiles, who are making a mark in the industry or have the potential to do so. The profiling of the players includes their market size, key product launches, information regarding the strategies they employ, and others. The report identifies the total market sales generated by a particular firm over a period of time. Industry experts calculate share by taking into account the product sales over a period and then dividing it by the overall sales of the Gummy Vitamin industry over a defined period.

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Key Manufacturers of Gummy Vitamin Market include: Gummy Vitamins, Bayer, Church & Dwight Co, Pharmavite, Natures Way, Smarty Pants Vitamins, Hero Nutritionals, Natures Bounty, Inc, Life Science Nutritionals, Rainbow Light, Herbaland, Olly Nutrition

The research covers the current market size of the [Global Gummy Vitamin Market Research Report 2020]and its growth rates based on 5 year history data. It also covers various types of segmentation such as by geography North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific etc.,. The in-depth information by segments of Gummy Vitaminmarket helps monitor performance & make critical decisions for growth and profitability. It provides information on trends and developments, focuses on markets and materials, capacities, technologies, CAPEX cycle and the changing structure of the [Global Gummy Vitamin Market Research Report 2020].

This study also contains company profiling, product picture and specifications, sales, market share and contact information of various international, regional, and local vendors of [Global Gummy Vitamin Market Research Report 2020]. The market competition is constantly growing higher with the rise in technological innovation and M&A activities in the industry. Moreover, many local and regional vendors are offering specific application products for varied end-users. The new vendor entrants in the market are finding it hard to compete with the international vendors based on quality, reliability, and innovations in technology.

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Chapter 1, to describe Definition, Specifications and Classification of Gummy Vitamin, Applications of Gummy Vitamin, Market Segment by Regions;

Chapter 2, To analyse the Manufacturing Cost Structure, Raw Material and Suppliers, Manufacturing Process, Industry Chain Structure;

Chapter 3, to display the Technical Data and Manufacturing Plants Analysis of Gummy Vitamin, Capacity and Commercial Production Date, Manufacturing Plants Distribution, R&D Status and Technology Source, Raw Materials Sources Analysis;

Chapter 4, to show the Overall Market Analysis, Capacity Analysis (Gummy Vitamins, Bayer, Church & Dwight Co, Pharmavite, Natures Way, Smarty Pants Vitamins, Hero Nutritionals, Natures Bounty, Inc, Life Science Nutritionals, Rainbow Light, Herbaland, Olly Nutrition), Sales Analysis (Gummy Vitamins, Bayer, Church & Dwight Co, Pharmavite, Natures Way, Smarty Pants Vitamins, Hero Nutritionals, Natures Bounty, Inc, Life Science Nutritionals, Rainbow Light, Herbaland, Olly Nutrition), Sales Price Analysis (Gummy Vitamins, Bayer, Church & Dwight Co, Pharmavite, Natures Way, Smarty Pants Vitamins, Hero Nutritionals, Natures Bounty, Inc, Life Science Nutritionals, Rainbow Light, Herbaland, Olly Nutrition);

Chapter 5 and 6, to show the Regional Market Analysis that includes North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific etc., Gummy Vitamin Segment Market Analysis;

Chapter 7 and 8, to analyse the Gummy Vitamin Segment Market Analysis Major Manufacturers Analysis of Gummy Vitamin;

Chapter 9, Market Trend Analysis, Regional Market Trend, Market Trend by Product Type, Market Trend;

Chapter 10, Regional Marketing Type Analysis, International Trade Type Analysis, Supply Chain Analysis;

Chapter 11, to analyse the Consumers Analysis of Gummy Vitamin;

Chapter 12, to describe Gummy Vitamin Research Findings and Conclusion, Appendix, methodology and data source;

Chapter 13, 14 and 15, to describe Gummy Vitamin sales channel, distributors, traders, dealers, Research Findings and Conclusion, appendix and data source.

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5 Healthy Lifestyle Changes That Will Improve Your Overall Fitness – FeastMagazine

There are a number of measures of fitness and to each individual, the word can mean something different. This can make a guide to improving fitness tricky, but that is not what this article is about. A healthy lifestyle is important for many reasons, but adopting new, healthy habits can be hard work and time-consuming. However, if you are looking to improve any area of fitness, then today, we will be taking a look at 5 healthy lifestyle changes that will boost your overall fitness.

Eating a balanced diet will help you to maintain a healthy weight, which can improve your fitness. In some cases, being underweight is just as dangerous as being overweight. Of course, there are extreme cases in both areas, but they should be treated in the same way. Whether you are looking to lose or gain weight, you should make healthy choices in order to do so. When you eat well, your body wont be too heavy and it will have efficient levels of energy.

As mentioned previously, having the right amount of energy is essential for fitness. This energy can be gathered through food and sleep. If you dont sleep well, then you will struggle to get yourself anywhere or function properly. You need to have 7-8 hours of sleep each night. If you sleep under 7 or over 8 hours, it can have negative effects on your health. Quality is just as important as quantity, so make sure you do what you can to improve your sleep quality too.

Smoking damages our health in many ways. When you smoke cigarettes, a thick layer of tar develops in your lungs, which increases breathlessness and coughing. If you quit smoking, your fitness will improve as the tar disappears. If you are struggling to quit smoking, then you should try a vape kit from Vapeology and start vaping instead. This is a healthier alternative to smoking and they have plenty of options for you to browse, including Smok tech.

If you want to improve your fitness, then you need to make sure that you engage in physical activity to help improve it. If you choose to engage in workouts, then you should adapt them to your body. High-intensity interval training (HIIT) is a highly effective option. Dont make things too hard or too fast for yourself. Make sure variety is included. You should not be afraid to work on things that you do not do well in, as this can slow down your fitness progress.

Setting yourself realistic goals can improve the chances of your adopting these new, healthy lifestyle changes for good. If a goal is unrealistic, then you will be setting yourself up for failure, which will result in disappointment and reduced levels of motivation. Motivation is key when it comes to adopting good habits for your fitness. You should be patient with yourself, adopt these new habits slowly, and track your progress.

It can be tough to change your lifestyle for the better, but it can be done. Once you start seeing an improvement in your fitness levels, the hard work will be worth it.

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50 Easy Ways to Be a Healthier Person – 24/7 Wall St.

With much of the United States under lockdown because of the coronavirus pandemic, it has been a challenge for Americans to maintain healthy habits. Many parks and public gathering places were closed and gyms shuttered.

As the country is beginning to ease social distancing measures, with people returning to work, and businesses slowly reopening, 24/7 Tempo has been taking a look at 50 easy ways to be a healthier person. We reviewed materials from various health care publications and sources such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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Though stay-at-home orders have expired, most people are still unsure about going back to the office. Many have used the lockdown as an opportunity to exercise when and where they could, develop cooking skills, find outlets to relieve stress, and live a more healthy lifestyle.

In addition to self-help efforts, people have used the time at home to catch up on matters around the house that had been neglected that can also help improve a familys health, such as changing bed sheets more often and, replacing toothbrushes more frequently, and making sure the temperature of the bedroom is conducive for a good nights sleep. This is what you should do for a better nights sleep.

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100th birthday celebration for Jercile Williams scheduled Tuesday – Port Arthur News – The Port Arthur News

Jercile Williams always took pride in a healthy lifestyle, her niece Dr. LaWanda Finney said.

When youd see her at 90, she would ask, can you drop down and give me a few pushups? said Finney, a Port Arthur resident. She outlived everyone in the family. She would say, Yall are supposed to be the smart ones, but you eat too much.

The healthy lifestyle has helped Mrs. Williams greatly. She will turn 100 on Tuesday.

Pelican Bay Assisted Living and Memory Care in Beaumont will host a drive-thru celebration for her starting at 11:15 a.m. Tuesday. The facility is located at 2501 S. Major Drive.

Mrs. Williams was born June 9, 1920, in Clarksville, near the Oklahoma border. She graduated from Clarksville High School and earned a bachelor of science degree from Bishop College, where she pledged Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc. She went on to receive a masters degree in education from Prairie View A&M University.

Her education experience took her to Greenville, Clarksville and Dallas, where she lived 70 years. She is a member of Warren United Methodist Church in Dallas and was a Sunday school teacher.

She was an educator and principal, said Finney, a Title I/parent engagement coordinator in the Port Arthur Independent School District. She was always in the health movement. She outlived everyone in the family.

The family moved Mrs. Williams down to Port Arthur for a few months before she settled at Pelican Bay under the watch of St. Paul United Methodist Church. Thats where her brother, the late Rev. Kelly Black served and present pastor the Rev. James Berry frequently visited until the coronavirus pandemic.

Mrs. Williams enjoys dominos, completing word searches, listening to music and vising with friends and family.

Siblings included Clovis Black, the Rev. Dr. Jackie Black (who also pastored St. James), Thelma Black, the Rev. Kelly Black and James Black.

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