Therapists recommend taking days off work to unwind, especially during the coronavirus pandemic. Joey Hadden/Business Insider It's more important than ever to take days off, therapist Nicole O-Pries told Business Insider.That's because the boundaries between work life and...
Suffering from bad skin and acne? You might need to rethink your diet. Here’s what you need to do.Getting Better Skin And Preventing Acne Acnes are, for lack of a better word, bad. At best, they can be a minor annoyance. At worst, they can really be a major problem and end up affecting your confidence. Unfortunately, they’re also very common and can be experienced by just about anyone at some point in their lives. Some only get it in periods while some suffer from really bad cases that never really go away.So what do you do about it? Well, you’ll be glad to know that the first step in ridding yourself of acne is not by purchasing expensive skincare products but by simply rethinking your diet and making better eating choices. This is because what you eat affects just about any organ in your
College is the most fun, interesting, challenging, and complicated experience in your life. Every student has to gain time-management, space-organization, and multitasking skills in order to be successful in studying and happy with life. Nevertheless, it takes some time and much effort to become the best student and a real essay pro, preserving solid health and wellness.Proper nutrition, quality sleep, physical activity, and reduced stress are the inevitable constituents of your prosperity. If you are a freshman, who has no idea how to deal with a pile of tasks and obligations that have recently popped up, use the following tips, and enjoy precious college years.Eat a Healthy Food, Including SnacksProper nutrition is essential for students. Fast food, unhealthy snacks, on-the-go meals cont...
Recognize the Signs of Stress Employees are no doubt unsettled. Many are dealing with their personal ties and losses to COVID-19, major disruptions in child care, fears of losing their jobs and overall uncertainty about what the coming months and years may look like. Those who may respond more strongly to the stress of a crisis include front-line and essential workers as well as those who have lost their jobs, had their work hours reduced, or had other major changes to their employment. Stress during COVID-19 is something to take seriously. It may cause: Changes in sleep or eating patterns Difficulty sleeping or concentrating Worsening of chronic health problems Worsening of mental health conditions Increased use of tobacco, ...
Happy to Help is a new series that offers quick tips for pesky issues—anything from how to fill out the FAFSA to what to watch during stressful times. Faculty, staff, students, and alumni will provide answers and expertise in brief listicle, visual, or video formats. All CU Denver community members can ask a question or present a solution by emailing [email protected] To kick off the series, Kristin Kushmeider, Assistant Vice Chancellor of Health, Wellness, Advocacy & Support, provides five tips on how to support positive mental health during these challenging and uncertain times. Get outside and engage in some physical activity! Research shows that physical activity can help reduce symptoms of depression and anxiety. The Wellness Center has free vir
LIVINGSTON, NJ — In the absence of Livingston’s annual July 4th celebration, which has been canceled in order to present the spread of COVID-19, the township recognizes that many residents will find new ways to celebrate and urges residents to enjoy the holiday safely by following the tips shared below. Fireworks Safety: Follow NJ Laws and Take Precautions As a safer alternative to fireworks, Livingston residents are encouraged to consider using glow sticks, bubbles or confetti poppers. Our newsletter delivers the local news that you can trust. Those who decide to light any fireworks or sparklers this summer are urged to carefully read all directions and warnings, use them legally and follow these safety guidelines: Check the laws in place in the state where firewor