Whether it’s mental stress reactions like anxiety and panic or withdrawal and apathy, or physical stress reactions like increased heart rate and sweat levels, managing stress requires a trained sense of mindfulness. And while some stress is good, like a motivating work deadline, most stress can be taxing. Paired with the global pandemic and general uncertainties about the future, stress is ultimately unavoidable. But regardless of stress type, as Hans Selye pointed out, in order to live long, healthy lives, we need to monitor how we perceive, react to, and manage stress. Fitbit has the findings of a recent study to help keep us all at peace...
Hitting the daily step goal is a big part of most people’s smart watch experience. The number is front and center when you look at the mobile app dashboard and it’s easily viewed on most devices, making it super easy to check your progress throughout the day. But coming up with a step goal and reaching it are two different things.
For most people, it takes effort to hit a step goal every day, Fitbit has some tips to help you reach your step goal over...
Finding your sense of calm in the midst of these chaotic times can feel like no easy task—to say the least! But it’s also more important than ever to find healthy ways to manage the stress, anxiety, and worry of modern life, especially when that worry feels constant. In today’s world, “everyday stressors” may have taken on a life of their own, but that doesn’t mean we have to give in to a pervasive sense of dread. Fitbit.com has more...
If you’re one of many who have had to make the adjustment to working remotely, you probably know by now that it can be harder than it looks. Fitbit.com has some ideas on how to make it all work!
When it comes to reducing your risk of getting sick, you can’t beat washing your hands and not touching your face. But something you already do is also helping to keep your immune system in top condition so it can better fight off all viruses: working out. Fitbit.com has the good word...
After losing over 40kg in weight, James Ward explains how using Fitbit helped him lose that weight. You can read more in Coach Magazine!
Its not easy is it, this losing weight business, if it was, everyone would be doing it right?? myfitnesspal.com seven habits you could put in place to start that journey!
Getting your step count each day is one thing people can't get enough of but what about if its all about the speed you walk instead? myfitnesspal.com has the science behind it!
You may be able to change parts of your life if you just change your perspective! Fitbit.com has more!
Exercise in the morning is said to be the most beneficial for you and your body, but how do you make it all happen? Fitbit.com has some help on hand!
What is the best form of exercise? Is it running, swimming or cycling? MyFitnessPal.com has the break down to what is actually best for you!
We all know that sugar is bad for you, especially the extras that aren't natural, Women's Health can tell you what will happen to you when you cut these right down!
We know that walking is a great way to exercise without having to break a sweat, well for most anyway. The idea of 10,000 steps is widely known as what you should be aiming for but now science has said that just 4,400 steps can make a big difference! myfitnesspal.com has more!
Just because there is a recommended calories allowance intake doesn't mean you need to fill your quota! Fitbit.com has help on hand!
Walking can be the easiest form of exercise that could be done but sometimes just walking isn't enough for some people and rightly so! Fitbit.com has a few suggestions for what can make things a bit more interesting!
So you've got your calorie limit, but is that right for you? Who says you can only have 2,000 calories as a woman or 2,500 as a man? The real art is knowing exactly how many YOU should be having based on what YOU do! Fitbit.com has a guide that could help!
Everyone is busy! Everyone has a full on day and often find excuses to why they can't do certain things and doing your 10,000 steps a day is exactly one of them! Fitbit.com have 11 ways you could grab those cheeky few extra steps!
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