Why are there so many foods in our diet that are bad for us? And how is this affecting our overall health and how well our bodies function?
In my last article I talked about some of the reasons it is important to get a good night’s sleep. We can understand this need a little bit better by going over some sleep basics.
Even when we know that something is good for us, it is sometimes tempting to do things that get in the way of our good health. Throughout my life one positive health habit that has been the hardest for me to consistently maintain, is getting a good night’s sleep. It is undervalued and sometimes not even noticed when I do get enough sleep hours in, and greatly missed when I don’t. But there are so many things getting in the way of getting those beneficial Zzzz, what’s a person to do?
Have you ever thought about how many invisible toxins you’re exposed to everyday? Unless you make your own everything, from completely natural organic materials, the odds are that you are exposed to many chemicals and other toxins every day of your life.
Passing the autumnal equinox here in the Northeast, cool crisp nights have begun to follow pleasant days. Color has blossomed out on the trees in northern regions and in higher elevations. We have gratefully begun to open the windows and turn off the air conditioners that have run virtually nonstop for the past few months of this brutally oppressive summer of 2016.