‘Emotional Eating‘ can be caused by anything from work stress and financial worries to relationship difficulties. The problem is that we can all fall into the habit of overeating or emotional eating, using food to meet our psychological needs and not just to satisfy our hunger. This can take the form of consuming unhealthy, high-calorie processed foods, or bingeing on high-sugar/high-fat ‘junk’ snacks that we know are ‘bad’ for us. This can be followed by ‘crash’ dieting or restrictive eating to punish ourselves.
Health & Wellbeing
Yoga Download offers over 1600 yoga classes, all available in the comfort of your own home. From Hatha and Vinyasa to Jivamukti, there is a yoga style to suit everyone! Another plus is that you can stream and download classes from the Yoga Download website or the App through your phone, laptop, TV, or tablet, wherever you are in the world!
Walking is a good cardiovascular exercise and can help you lose weight, build stamina and lower body strength. Walking 30 minutes every day can burn over 100 calories! Not only that, it can be done anywhere at any time, just put some shoes on and go!
Do you want to feel happier, healthier, and more in control of your life? Perhaps you’re just feeling a bit under-the-weather or maybe you need some guidance on how to eat healthier. If you’ve answered ‘yes’ to any of these questions, then a wellness coach could be the answer.
Looking to bring some positivity into 2021? Then why not start by introducing some positive affirmations for the new year? I use positive affirmations daily, especially when I’m trying to achieve something. And when I say the statement often enough I soon start to believe it. Words can be very powerful especially when they are written down, and as January is National Journal Writing month there is no better time than now to get started!
With everyone spending more and more time in the online world, our need to escape and to find ‘calm’ is greater than ever. One of the newest ways to restore mind, body, and spirit is forest bathing. Forest bathing is a Japanese practice that simply involves being mindful around trees and spending time absorbed in nature.