July 27, 2015
Make sure you are getting the right information about your health!
With all the news about health out there it is hard to know if you are getting all the right information. The news and other media sources influence how some people look at their health for instance the EBOLA outbreak. It is a scary disease. The media and news exploded with coverage, but sometimes what you hear in the news isn’t all right. So where can you find the right information about national health issues that may be a... Read More
July 8, 2015
MUSIC CAN SOOTH, MOTIVATE, AND EXPRESS.
Listening to music can be a good way to pass time, but have you ever noticed the feeling you get from your music? Well, it has been shown that music can help improve your overall mental wellbeing.
At the gym you find your music up beat and fast paced to get you through your workout. Besides getting through your work out, music can help you through many mental challenges.
Music has been known to reduce stress and improve mental cognition.
Try putting on... Read More
July 1, 2015
Remember To Ask Your Doctor Questions!
Being at the doctor’s office can be intimating. When it comes to your healthcare it is important to ask questions. It is easy for you to ask questions, but when it comes to asking your doctor people can be silent. Asking questions to your healthcare provider can help you understand the treatment you are receiving.
Your health is important and you should know exactly what is going on. You need to be your own advocate.
Asking questions and talking to your... Read More
May 21, 2015
Looking for a different fitness routine that can work with your schedule?
With your crazy work and life schedule you find yourself stressed and loosing time for a good workout. Have you ever thought about working out in the morning or during your work lunch break? Some people have more time in the morning before to get a workout in. Others find it easier in the afternoon.
The American Heart Association explains that it all depends on what works for you and the benefits that come along with... Read More
February 5, 2015
Your work day has just ended and you’re walking down the stairs, next thing you know, you slip and fall. When you come back to work, you’re on crutches. Your parking spot on campus is far from your office and you’re struggling to hold your laptop bag, lunch, and purse.
If only there was some way of making it to your office without breaking a sweat. But, there is! The Wildcat Access van makes your transportation across campus a breeze. The van can pick you up at the lot and bring you to your... Read More
December 30, 2014
Get out the lined paper and begin writing those New Year’s resolutions because the New Year is just around the corner! How do you stick with those new resolutions? How to do you become the best you this coming year? Here are 10 ways to make sure you stick to those New Year’s resolutions. 1. Set short term goals. Keeping a goal to weeks or months may help you continue the healthy habit. Like saving money for a week or running once a week for a month. 2. Don’t give up so easily. If your goal isn’... Read More
December 11, 2014
Gym intimidation can be one of the biggest reasons students do not go to the gym. It is possible you cannot find the right work out that works for you. Luckily for you, Campus Rec has designed a diverse schedule of group classes you can choose from. These classes are varied from Zumba, cycling, and strength fitness. The classes are here to make the typical gym visit a better experience for those who are interested in variety in their workouts. With such a variety of classes, it is possible for... Read More
November 18, 2014
When you are addicted to something breaking the habit can be difficult, but what if it was damaging your health? Smoking tobacco is a very common addiction. It’s also expensive. The average cost of a packet of cigarettes in New Hampshire is $5.60. According to the American Lung Association, the average adult in NH smokes 15 cigarettes or less daily. That means the average adult smoker in NH would save $29.40 every week, or $126.00 a month by not smoking! Keep in mind, these costs don’t include... Read More
November 17, 2014
When the seasons change it is hard to do a physical activity. Luckily our campus offers great physical activities all year round. One hidden gem is the Swasey indoor pool. Swimming is one physical activity that uses all your muscles. The resistance of the water makes body movements tougher without straining your body. It also helps prevent sudden movements that could cause injury. At the gym you are pounding on your legs when you are running or jolting from lifting weights. These actions can... Read More
November 12, 2014
While working you may find yourself reaching for that bag of chips. Before you know it you have eaten the entire bag. There are better choices out there for healthy snacking. The choices you make for healthy snacking may make you fuller and less likely to continue eating.
Blueberries help the brain from oxidative stress and my reduce effects of Alzheimer’s or dementia. They have also been shown to improve motor skills. With Fall in full swing, pumpkins seeds are perfect to snack on! They are... Read More