Rest and take responsibility! Adding my own single best piece of advice, concussions do not discriminate. Concussions occur at epidemic levels, so everyone must have a basic level of knowledge of the injury. It’s not OK for onlookers to see a massive clash on the field, notice unusual reactions by the athlete and do nothing. The sports culture needs to shift from “it’s just a ding” to “it means everything” to take concussions seriously. … [Read more...] about The Best Advice For Handling Concussions
Facts About Body Weight & Weight Loss Losing weight doesn't necessarily make a person fit or healthy. The health of a person depends on the fat content of his or her body. The body weight is majorly comprised of the mass of water our body stores, and consequently, carbohydrates have the ability to bind with our body's water content and cause weight gain. Hence, consuming lower levels of carbs can aid in weight loss  . … [Read more...] about Weight Loss Vs Fat Loss: Which is Healthy For You?
The next time you go back to your workplace after being quarantined for a while, imagine you have entered it for the first time. Notice the entrance-way, the architecture of the outside and inside of the building, and the people at their work stations or lack thereof. Look at your coworkers as if you’ve never seen them before, seeing and appreciating them with renewed interest. Notice what hangs on the walls and the textures and colors of the walls, ceiling, and floor. Smell the flowers on someone’s desk. Be aware of how your colleagues are dressed and the colors of a blouse or jacket a colleague is wearing. Pay attention to who conforms to rules and who marches to the beat of their own drum. Who is wearing masks and gloves and keeping six feet of distance? And who isn’t? What sounds do you hear, and what smells (such as cologne or freshly brewed coffee from the break room) permeate the air? … [Read more...] about The 5-Minute Microchillers That Boost Your Resilience