Summer Safety Tips

When the sun is hot and school is out, everybody runs outdoors to enjoy parks, pools, and playgrounds. With friends, fresh air, and fitness, keep your fun in the sun going with these tips to be safe in the summer months. And no matter if it’s clear or cloudy, always wear sunscreen to prevent sunburn, and stay hydrated! 

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Drink Up: Different Ways to Hydrate

We all know that water equals life. It helps your digestive system function and works with your urinary and immune systems to flush toxins from the body. Water keeps your joints lubricated, regulates body temperature, and gives your skin a healthy glow.

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What is Alcohol Use Disorder?

Alcohol is a legally consumed beverage served in many forms, such as wine, beer, and spirits. It can reduce inhibitions and anxiety in small doses, and encourages sociability. In the United States, alcoholic beverages and social events typically go hand in hand.

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Keys to Physical Wellness

Many of us lead busy lives. Work, family, and community obligations keep us running around with little extra time to eat a healthy meal or get a full night’s rest. What’s more, if you have poor health in one area, it’s likely to affect the rest of your body as well.

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Why Sleep?

When you sleep, your body has time to repair itself. Your body takes care of several essential processes while you rest: Muscle repair, protein synthesis, tissue growth, hormone release, and flushing the lymphatic system. With a stronger, healthier body, your immune system can fight off infection and disease, and you won’t be sick as often.

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The Restorative Power of Sleep

Everybody needs sleep to rest their body and mind. A good night’s sleep is just as important as exercise and a balanced diet. Most adults need 7-9 hours of sleep, although not everyone gets enough sleep in their routine.

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