After about a month of being under quarantine because of the Covid-19 pandemic, many states have decided to enter Phase 1 of their reopening plans. While some retailers, parks, and restaurants are open in a limited capacity, the general recommendation is to stay at home and minimize exposure.
Have you ever woken up with a stiff pain in your neck? If so, you’re not alone. Neck pain is one of the most common types of pain people experience. It’s so common that most of us just chalk it up to sleeping in an uncomfortable position and go about our day. But if you’re experiencing chronic neck pain, you might have more serious issues to address. These issues could be a degenerative disc in your neck, osteoarthritis in the spine near your neck, fibromyalgia, or even meningitis.
It might be unseasonably warm this year, but for some, it might still be too cold to go outside to exercise. We recently discussed some indoor exercises you can do to help you stay fit over the winter months, but you might also want to consider another set of exercises that will not only help you keep you in shape but can also contribute to a cleaner house.
The days are getting shorter and the weather is getting colder. For those of us who enjoy outdoor workouts, though, the colder temperatures and lack of sunlight can really sap our motivation to get outside. It?s a lot easier to stay indoors, snuggle up under a blanket in our PJs and binge on Netflix.
We all know that exercise is an important part to staying healthy, but between family, work, and other obligations, it can be really challenging to squeeze it in. The truth is that most of us don?t get enough exercise. Here are 4 tips that can help.