Archives for Body & Image

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Improving Physical Fitness to Celebrate Your Body

by Marnie Bii May 11th, 2022| Body & Image, Mind & Body

If you have a negative outlook on your body image, you may spend a lot of time mentally picking apart your form. Instead of focusing on the way your body looks, it might be time to reflect on the way

Help Reduce Varicose Veins With Exercise

by Editorial Team October 9th, 2019| Body & Image

When it comes to varicose veins, regular exercise is key. Not only can it prevent some vein issues in the first place, but it also can alleviate the pain associated with the condition if it does occur. The important tip to keep in mind, however, is that not all exercise is equally effective. If you have varicose

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Drop the Comparisons, Everyone is Different

by Marnie Bii February 13th, 2015| Body & Image, Mind & Body
Forget the fruit comparison shapes of yesteryear, there are more than a dozen realistic body types recognized today. For that reason, it is important to realize that comparing your unique body type to others is a losing battle. Each shape gains, loses and carries weight differently to create a
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Mind Over Habit

by Gary Hays January 23rd, 2015| Body & Image, Mind & Body
According to the law of averages it takes 21 days to break a bad habit. Each day someone suppresses flicking their Bic on a fresh new cigarette, or biting chunks out of what’s left of their fingernails, they are 5% closer to achieving their goal of setting themselves free.

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Body Image: See Yourself in Your Ancestors

by Marnie Bii December 19th, 2014| Body & Image, Mind & Body
You would never look at someone else and see the flaws that you instantly see in yourself when you look in the mirror. The truth is that you're likely much harder on yourself than you would be of anyone else. Thankfully, you can use this outlook to your advantage

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