By Kelley Ashby, MS People with high emotional intelligence are more empathetic and better equipped to create strong interpersonal relationships and positive workplaces. What about the personal health benefits of emotional intelligence, especially for those who work or live in a toxic environment?
By Gabe Sanders Ph.D., NSCA-CSCS Research suggests that by slowly reducing breathing rates, the body can deactivate neurons that can significantly reduce anxiety and similar behaviors.
By Gabe Sanders Ph.D., NSCA-CSCS Nearly 5% of all melanoma cases occur in the eyes. To prevent melanoma, researchers strongly recommend people wear sunglasses as a successful preventative measure.
By Gabe Sanders Ph.D., NSCA-CSCS Group-type of education, may also promote conversations, experiences, and help individual people see their struggle as not so unique in some ways and that other people with similar, or different, beliefs and values still struggle in similar ways.
By Gabe Sanders Ph.D., NSCA-CSCS The term exergaming is derived from the advent of movement-based video games and is becoming more popular with virtual reality (VR) types of gaming.
By Gabe Sanders PhD, NSCA-CSCS High-intensity interval training (HIIT) is an effective form of exercise that can yield very positive health and body composition results.
By Gabe Sanders Ph.D., NSCA-CSCS Because the long-term goal of changing behavior can seem overwhelming, it is advisable to focus on the now. This means to treat every disruption as if it is the first disruption of the day.
By Gabe Sanders Ph.D., NSCA-CSCS For those in need of encouragement, just know that we, human beings, are not judged based on our response to our best times and we certainly are not judged how we respond to our darkest times.
By Gabe Sanders Ph.D., NSCA-CSCS To help improve the healthcare worker’s wellbeing, it may be useful for employers to implement workplace wellness programs for these essential workers during the pandemic, and long after the pandemic is over!