Humanity generally accepts that sleep is important enough that we should spend a third of our lives doing it. Yet despite the inherent risk of sleep, we all do it. Why? Because it’s even more dangerous not to sleep. Put simply, sleep is so important that species all over the world risk their lives to do it. In this post I’ll cover why, and how, to make your sleep count.
The workplace is where a lot of us first experience a sore or achy low back. There is a direct correlation between sitting for long periods of time and low back pain. Prevention is key. You can help prevent low back pain by understanding why prolonged sitting makes your back hurt, and by learning a few movements that can help correct these issues. Here are three easy movements to avoid low back pain at the workplace.
Your screen time may be hurting you. US consumers spend upwards of five hours a day on their phones. Hours spent hunched over our devices is compromising our posture. This condition is called “Tech Neck.” Symptoms can include neck soreness, pinching, and burning sensations.
Here are four simple exercises to prevent Tech Neck. you can do at home that require zero equipment and about four minutes of your time. All you need is a little motivation.
Being mindful is literally your superpower. Stop going through the motions; instead, connect with your “why.” This is mindfulness, and it's what provides 10X the return on your investment.
Think back to the last time you learned something new and practiced it over and over and over again. Now think to a time where you learned something your weren’t as interested in. Which of these was more memorable and became a new skill you acquired or is something you still embody this day?