Posts Tagged "sleep"
One day, while perusing YouTube for songs about unrequited love, I came across Al Green’s “How Can You Mend A Broken Heart?”
I can think of younger days
When living for my life
Was everything a man could want to do
I could never see tomorrow
But I was never told about the sorrow
How can you mend a broken heart?
How can you stop the rain from falling down?
How can you stop the sun from shining?
I noted the hundreds of comments left by listeners. Many had experienced a broken heart— from a rejected lover to a lover lost to death.
It is obvious …
The holiday season brings with it colds and flu. For seniors this is a major concern, because during most flu seasons in the United States, an estimated 90% of flu-related deaths and 50% to 60% of flu-related illnesses occur in people aged 65 or older. Flu immunization, healthy eating and exercise are significant ways to prevent and help the immune system ward off respiratory illnesses. But there is still concern when people, especially seniors, spend 90% of their time indoors. This environment can greatly affect the immune system. So, for your gift-giving or for your per…
The success of any day depends on how well you start it. Negativity and stress are pervasive; they are all around. Stress affects you physically, mentally and spiritually. That’s why it is important to prepare for your day by developing good healthy habits, such as getting sufficient sleep, exercising, paying attention and creating a space for recharge. These healthy habits can help you stay grounded so that you are motivated and energized throughout your day.
Here are some things you can do to stay grounded in a stress-borne world.
1. Get sufficient sleep.
You want to…