You have tried so hard for so long to do the right thing for your health. You want to feel strong and healthy, with energy to pursue life’s passions, but there is too much information (TMI) and too many choices (TMC) with endless experts telling you how to improve your health.
The good news is that while one size fits all does not work to achieve health and wellness, using simple concepts can put you on the right path. Each of us is similar and different, and what works for our neighbor may not work for us, but there are basic rules that can help.
Fearless Wellness provides information to support you in making decisions that support health and wellness, and tools to implement changes that will help you move toward the health and life goals you set.
Many factors impact our health, first, there are the basics: the right fluids and fuel, movement, exercise and rest. But there is more to health than diet and exercise: we also need to pay attention to the connection between our mind and body, personal and professional development, communication and relationships, and our physical environment all impact energy vitality and wellness.
The concepts are simple.
You can design Your personal approach with the right support and access to reliable information.
One of the keys to success is starting with something that YOU identify as doable and important.
Come back often for information you can use to chart your path to improved and lasting health and wellness.
“The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step”, Lao Tzu.
Where would you like to begin?
There is emerging evidence that the simple act of being grateful supports happiness and health. This practice costs no money, and can take as little or as much time as you choose. It is simple to do, and good for your health.
Dr Robert Emmons, a researcher at UC Davis has studied gratitude and shares the evidence: Why Gratitude is Good
- At end of your day, right before you close your eyes, think back to 3 things that you are grateful for; just doing this has benefits.
- To get even more benefit, pause, and actively remember what those things were like in real time, relive the positive experience, allowing those endorphins to flood through you again.
- To fully use this practice, have a journal by your bed, and write down those three things- this gives you two benefits: writing them down makes the experience even more powerful for your brain, and if you have a journal that is multi-year, you can relive these events year after year
- If you find this practice helpful, and want MORE- add in an early morning practice.
- As soon as you awaken, pause to think of 3 things you are grateful for this day. If you are too tired or distracted at night, try the morning practice instead. Give it a try, and notice what impact it has on your day.
Irving Berlin wrote “When I’m worried and cannot sleep, I count my blessings instead of sheep.”
Sung by Bing Crosby
Attending professional meetings can be exhilarating, educational and exhausting. With a little planning , attention to how your body feels and a few changes in your routine, you can leave feeling more refreshed than when you arrived. CLICK HERE for the full article.
You want to miss the flu this season, so don’t miss listening to Dr. Kiley tell you how.
Being in sync means its more likely that family holiday interactions are going to be filled with pleasant memories instead of toxic drama.
Concerned about standing under the mistletoe with chapped lips and cracked skin? Fearless Wellness Dr. Deb Kiley offers some simple advise for keeping your largest organ healthy in cold weather.
1- Loneliness Epidemic Has Simple Cure
2- Deck the Halls When You Don’t Feel Jolly
3- Take the Flu Seriously
4- Tidings of Comfort and Joy Keeps Busy Season Calm
5- Keep Lips Kissable foe the New Year
6- Keep Thanksgiving Healthy
7- Nutritional Tricks in Halloween Treats
8- Anchorage Mumps Outbreak
9- Rise is Alaskan Alzheimer’s Disease
This site provides you with general medical information. The Fearless Wellness LLC website is not your health care provider. If you need medical advice, diagnosis or treatment consult with your health-care professional.
If you have a medical emergency contact your health-care professional or seek emergency services immediately. DO NOT USE THE INFORMATION ON THIS SITE FOR MEDICAL EMERGENCIES.
Your use of this site is at your own risk. We don’t make any warranties about the completeness, accuracy, reliability, suitability or availability related to the information, products, services, or graphics in this site.