Starting & Maintaining an Exercise Program

Posted by Lloyd on September 26, 2012
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Now that I have you thoroughly concerned (I hope), I will try and help you develop the tools you need to make a lasting lifestyle change. Understand that this is not going to be a pep talk, we are going to deal with the real psychological, physical and behavioral issues that keep you from making changes in your life. Don’t worry, I will spare you the psychobabble. Continue reading…

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Health & Fitness Exchange, Part 1

Posted by Lloyd on December 22, 2011
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It can be a challenge to get employees to exercise nowadays. With so many demands on peoples’ time, exercise sometimes takes a back seat to other needs. Corporate fitness centers need to develop innovative ways to draw employees into their facilities. They also need to encourage them to follow a balanced exercise program that includes cardiovascular conditioning, as well as resistance training. At the PaineWebber Health & Fitness Exchange, staff members have developed a unique way to achieve these goals. By offering employees a chance to get clues to a murder mystery, they have increased participation in their fitness classes and even boosted the number of members who attend their facility on Harbor Boulevard. Continue reading…

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ADHD and Alternative Medicine

Posted by Lloyd on July 26, 2011
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It is a well reconciled fact that adults and children who suffer from Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder often possess an under-active frontal cortex.

Although it seems more likely that a combination of biological, environmental, neurological and psychological factors may be involved, the patients are usually only treated with the drug Ritalin. Ritalin stimulates the frontal cortex and influences behavior, cognitive processes and learning; it also brings on insomnia, restlessness and other harmful side effects. Continue reading…

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Homeopathy Online’s first Post 3

Posted by Lloyd on July 11, 2011
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I wouldn’t associate with a lot of those people because of their morals – a lot of them so immoral, and pop music, and ones really immoral. Continue reading…

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Changing a Lifetime of Habits Part 1

Posted by Lloyd on May 13, 2011
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If some clown plays a stupid April Fool’s Day joke on you this weekend, which is better for your health: to laugh or to get angry?

There’s been a lot of medical research on that question, but the answer is still uncertain.

Dr. Judith Kupersmith, a neuropsychiatrist at Texas Tech’s Medical Center, says a daily dose of laughter can bring serious health benefits. Doctor of the University of Maryland’s Center for Humor Studies is not convinced. He said studies he’s seen show that most researchers are still in doubt about that. Continue reading…

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