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Change your focus for more Energy

What my grandmother and Pokémon GO taught me about overcoming fatigue When it comes to fatigue, there’s a balance between knowing when to rest and restore, and when to push through. Trust yourself and listen to your body. Or, just trick yourself, focus on something you enjoy, and see what happens. You might be surprised at what you can accomplish! When I visited my grandma in eastern Europe a few years ago, she taught me about the art of changing your focus. There was a lot of family drama going on at the time. She would distract me from it like a …

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The Health Benefits of Walking for 30 minutes a Day

The following information is provided for educational purposes only. Before making any changes please speak with your healthcare provider for individualized advice. Walking is a simple form of exercise that you can enjoy at your own pace. It also has a number of health benefits! Exercise should be something you enjoy, and making a habit of it can make it easier to incorporate into your daily routine. Bone Density and Bone Mass Walking can help maintain bone density and has been linked to a decreased risk of hip fracture. Any weight-bearing exercise involves support from our bones and helps to …

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Exercise – a little goes a long way!

New research may start changing the way we think about exercise One American study looked at activity levels tracked by accelerometers of the general population, and of people with chronic kidney disease. The study divided activity levels into four categories: sedentary, low, light, and moderate to vigorous in order of increasing intensity. From previous research, we know that sitting or being inactive is linked with obesity, diabetes, and an increased risk of dying. Firstly, they found that people with chronic kidney disease typically spend more time being sedentary or inactive than the general population. Perhaps this is also true of people with other …

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