Wellness with Todd Morena

I am often asked, “Should preteens exercise? And if so, how much should they do?” I strongly believe in introducing movement and exercise to children at a young age. I have seen great results and benefits not only with the children I teach exercise to, but also with my own four kids. If exercise and movement is taught at a young age, it then becomes a way of life rather than having to learn and incorporate it into our lives as adults -- we all know how challenging that can be.

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As winter approaches and the weather gets colder and the days become shorter, this may lead to the onset of SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder). SAD is a form of depression that appears around the same time each year. In most cases, SAD symptoms appear during late fall or early winter and go away during the sunnier days of spring and summer.

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Today, more and more grandparents are helping care for their grandchildren. This requires grandparents to take good care of their own well-being. Since mental and physical health is closely related, it’s important to focus on both.

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I am sure you have all had times when life becomes overwhelming with the stress of the family and relationships challenges, financial pressures, and day to day issues such as the car breaking down, family schedules, work stress, the list goes on. Not only is the stress overwhelming, but because we usually end up not taking care of ourselves physically, our diet and sleep suffer as well. It’s as if we are burning the candle at both ends.

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Every morning we wake up and start the day, rarely thinking about our balance. While it’s not something we tend to focus on, balance does play an important role in our daily activities in addition to when we are playing sports or exercising.

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