Before heading to the doctor for a sleep study or a battery of tests, consider whether any of these lifestyle habits might be contributing to your frequent need to snooze.
Walking in winter can be downright dangerous, but thanks to local indoor tracks, you don’t have to hang up your walking shoes.
By fast-forwarding through commercial breaks, busy caregivers and others are missing out on an opportunity to relieve stress and get their bodies into better shape.
Just 30 minutes of exercise a day can offer countless physical and mental benefits. Whether you get moving for 10 minutes at a time, three times a day, or all at once, it could be the most important half hour of the day.
Studies presented just last month at the annual Alzheimer’s Association meeting in Washington, D.C., suggest that exercise is not only effective in preventing dementia and memory loss, it also can improve the condition of those who already suffer from the condition.
Exercise was shown to lower levels of toxic proteins and increased blood flow in the brains of those with early memory loss.
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