Getting old is inevitable. It is a common misconception that only women tend to overthink about aging and get stressed about getting old. Men suffer equally, if not more. But thanks to the recent trends of healthy eating and healthy lifestyles, we have seen that both men as well women have more tools, knowledge, and resources to keep healthy and fit in their older years. After all, no one really wants to be old and unhealthy and be dependent upon other people. Here we cover our top 5 tips that Keep Older men feeling Young! Do not disregard this as common or regular advice. As simple as it may sound if you take care of these 5 things, you will witness and experience the benefits within weeks and if you incorporate them into your lifestyle, that’s the best way to ensure long term happi
BURLINGTON, Vt. (WCAX) While cooped up during the coronavirus pandemic, it can be a challenge to maintain a healthy body and mind, but experts have some recommendations to keep you feeling good. Normally, this time of year is when people with Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) or depression start to feel relief from their symptoms, but University of Vermont Psychological Science Professor Kelly Rohan says those same people might be experiencing more anxiety over coronavirus concerns than others. Overall, she says these are the five main focuses: keeping a schedule, continuing your hobbies, limiting exposure to news, getting outside and practicing positive thinking. Rohan s...
Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.Tom Brady, fresh off the heels of his departure from the New England Patriots, took to social media Friday to offer tips on how to stay healthy during the coronavirus pandemic.The NFL posted a video on its official Twitter page of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ new quarterback offering immune-boosting tips as COVID-19 cases in the U.S. surpass 104,000.PACKERS’ AARON RODGERS RECALLS NEARLY BEING TRAPPED IN PERU AMID CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC “I hope we’re all staying home and staying safe but hopefully we’re also staying active too because we’ve got to give our body what it needs at this time to support a healthy immune system,” Brady said.He encouraged people to stay hydrated and eat nutri
KINGSTON, Jamaica – For decades, Caribbean people have invented their own home-made remedies and recipes to prevent or alleviate a variety of illnesses. And with the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) to every corner of the world, the same traditions are being done. From eating garlic to using coconut oil, there has been an abundance of rumors and “health practices” making the rounds on social media. However, the World Health Organization (WHO) has warned that not every remedy or health tip will work against preventing COVID-19. Here is a list of what will work and what won’t, according to WHO. What Doesn’t Work Eating Garlic Garlic is a healthy food that may have some antimicrobial properties. However, there is no evidence from the current outbreak that eatin
During the COVID-19 outbreak, life in the villages poses its own set of challenges. Since some communities are without running water and many people live in overcrowded homes, many state and federal guidelines for how to stay healthy and prevent the spread of coronavirus do not apply. Here are some recommendations that the Yukon-Kuskokwim Health Corporation has tailored for Y-K Delta village residents: Washing hands without running water YKHC Director of Environmental Health and Engineering Brian Lefferts says that you should use a bleach solution to wash your hands if you don’t have running water. He recommends using a hand basin with a mixture of 1 teaspoon of bleach and 8 cups of water that is changed out daily. Getting running water ARUC manages water and sewer systems for a num
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YouTube is also a treasure trove of random tutorials. SELF’s health director Zahra Barnes is currently learning how to draw in Adobe Illustrator from this video. (And oh my god, her vector portrait of Solange was so good I’m tempted to give it a try, too?)7. Foster a pet.I’m not saying caring for a foster animal isn’t a responsibility—it’s a big one. But plenty of animal shelters across the country are looking for emergency foster volunteers to take in animals and help rescues avoid reaching capacity. It could be a pretty damn good use of all this time you’re suddenly spending at home. As a cat mom who lives alone, I can’t exaggerate how much it helps having animals around when I’m feeling lonely.8. Lounge in clean, comfy clothes.Now that more people are making the transition to working fr
Coping with isolation in the COVID-19 pandemic is unquestionably a challenge. But there are steps you can take to manage your well-being.Credit: Odd Andersen/AFP/Getty I am a clinical psychologist who specializes in academic mental health and well-being. In mid-March I was due to run a resilience and well-being workshop in Sweden for doctoral candidates, but was instead facing day eight of quarantine with two small children in my apartment in Spain. Like many people’s, my sense of resilience feels increasingly frayed. When our minds are consumed by the spread of the coronavirus and its impact on our health, loved ones, home countries, economy and students — not to mention our research programme, funding or employment status, and an abrupt transition to e-learning
New York state has more than 37,000 confirmed coronavirus cases, nearly 10 times the number in neighboring New Jersey, the state with the next-highest count. New York City, with the majority of the state’s cases, represents the center within the center.Daskalakis, who has worked to curb the spread of HIV in New York, spends all day every day focused on coronavirus. “I dream about health care issues now,” he told The Washington Post in an interview this week. “That’s where I am.”Excerpts of the interview, condensed and edited for clarity:Q: Vice President Pence has told the country that New Yorkers, if they leave the state, should self-isolate for 14 days. What do you make of that message?A: We’re telling New Yorkers that they should assume that everyone has been exposed to covid-19.Our mes
This week, as many of our members work to settle into new realities, I asked Lyn Morris, LMFT, senior vice president of clinical operations at Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services, what tips and resources writers and other creative professionals, particularly those struggling with their mental health, should consider. Morris oversees 550 clinical staff and 250 volunteers in Didi Hirsch’s clinical divisions, which include adult, child, and family; residential; substance use, and the Suicide Prevention Center. PEN America is an organization for writers and their allies. What unique concerns do you imagine writers facing in the weeks and months to come?Writers who have home offices may find it’s harder to stay focused on work while other family members are around and seeking their attention.