Wellness with Todd Morena

As a kid I remember my mom smoked every day. It didn't matter whether we were at home, in the car or doing our daily errands. At that time is wasn't as clear as it is today that smoking can create serious health risks for yourself as well as those around you. Today there is much more research and information available to bring awareness to the importance of not smoking, yet today many people still choose to smoke.

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When I begin to work with a new wellness client high blood pressure is one of the most common concerns that arises. Whether the client is experiencing the affects of high blood pressure or whether they are concerned about their family history it is a topic that doesn’t get overlooked. High blood pressure also known as hypertension can be a serious health risk. It makes the heart work harder to pump blood out to the body and can also damage blood vessels, harden arteries and increase the risk of having a stroke or heart attack

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As busy parents on the go it is important to keep our bodies flexible. As we age our muscles can become tighter and less flexible making it more difficult to keep up with our children and stay active in their lives. Taking 5-10 minutes each day to include these stretches into your daily routine can make all the difference.

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In today's society many people look to boost their energy with a quick fix by choosing things like energy drinks, sugary drinks and caffeine. These choices can provide a short-term boost but will ultimately cause the body to crash and can also create long-term negative effects.

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Often we see in the media information in regards to how woman experience physical and emotional changes as they age. Men also experience physical and emotional changes as they age; however they may not be aware of the types of changes that can occur. One primary reason men may experience these changes is due to a decrease in testosterone as they age. Men can experience a 1% decline in testosterone levels per year after the age of 30.

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