Quels sont les avantages de l’assise active ?
Selon Healthline, la plupart des Américains sont rivés à un bureau pendant la majeure partie de la journée. Cela devient un sérieux problème de santé, qui entraîne des déformations de la colonne vertébrale, des pincements de nerfs, un affaiblissement des muscles posturaux, entre autres.
Pour remédier à ce problème, il est recommandé de faire au moins 30 minutes d’exercice dans la journée, ou de pratiquer ce que les médecins appellent « l’assise active ».
Qu’est-ce que l’assise active ?
Quelques faits à connaître sur le nerf pincé dans l’épaule
Méta description : Vous ressentez des douleurs lancinantes dans le cou et les épaules ? Vous avez probablement un nerf pincé. Continuez à lire pour en apprendre plus et connaître les symptômes, les causes et les méthodes pour vous soulager.
Selon Health Line, 85 adultes sur 100 000 souffrent d’un pincement de nerf à l’épaule.
6 Simple Ways to Use a Tennis Ball for Exercise Recovery
A great tool that most people already have, or can easily get for a couple dollars, is a tennis ball. Here are six simple and relaxing exercises you can complete with a tennis ball. Whether you complete one or all ten at once, you should notice a nice relaxing effect!
Forget About Fatigue At Your Standing Desk With These Tips
When you start using your new standing desk, you might experience physical fatigue – a negative factor that outweighs the multiple benefits of a standing desk. Luckily, there are quick and simple ways to combat fatigue and enjoy improved posture, increased productivity, and more burned calories.
Mind Your Posture
Poor posture is one of the main causes of back pain, whether you’re standing or sitting for long periods of time. Correct your posture to fight fatigue. Your head should be up and your shoulders back. Stand with your feet apart and keep your balance on the balls of your feet. Don’t lock the knees, just bend them a little to improve blood circulation. If you’re standing for over 30 minutes, shift your weight, alternating from one leg to another. And don’t forget to adjust the height of the desk: your arms should be resting on it at a 90° angle.
Get Proper Footwear
When your shoes don’t fit properly, your w
Are you suffering from Autumn Fatigue? Hacks for Autumn Fatigue
Like it or not, summer must come to an end. You must welcome the cold season regardless of the effects it has on your body. The days will become a little bit shorter and you may start experiencing difficulty in getting out of bed. Did you know that the approach of cold seasons brings about hunger and long periods of exhaustion? Yes, this is what is known as ‘autumn fatigue.' The symptoms increase as winter approaches.
Autumn fatigue can make you hibernate for six months until the cold season is over, but this is not a healthy option. The fatigue is mainly caused by lack of sunlight, and it extends to the end of winter. If you are experiencing symptoms of depression, fatigue or problems concentrating, most definitely you are experiencing autumn fatigue.
It is advisable to follow the below hacks to help boost your energy levels and beat autumn fatigue.
Follow a Healthy Diet
You may get tempted to grab a bar of chocolate or a piece of cake whe
4 Ways a Standing Desk Helps You Stand Out at Work
Despite their growing popularity, standing desks are still the exception to the rule at many offices around the country. So, it may feel like swimming in unchartered waters if you’re the first to mix things up where you work. Not to worry though. We’ve talked to numerous first-timers like you. Here are 4 common things they say you can expect when being the first one in the office with a standing desk.
Get Ready for the Watchtower Jokes
You’re bound to hear a joke or two from your colleagues about how you remind them of a watchtower overlooking all the neighboring cubicles. Take it all in good stride. Humor is one of the easiest ways for many coworkers to break the ice about your new workstation.
Get Ready to Become Healthier & More Dynamic
How to Use a Desk Bike for the Whole Family
For many people, working and exercising can feel like a trade-off. You don’t have time to exercise because you have to work, and any time you do take to exercise is time away from working. With FlexiSpot’s desk bikes, you don’t have to worry about that problem anymore. You can work and exercise at the same time without breaking a sweat (unless you crank it up to level 7 or 8 for a high-intensity workout, that is).
The FlexiSpot Deskcise Pro™ all-in-one desk bike is an easy-to-assemble, easy-to-use exercise bike that doubles as a convenient ergonomic workstation. Using a desk bike allows you to maximize your activity level while answering emails on your laptop, reading a book, or watching TV. You can even raise and adjust the desktop to use as a standing desk if you need a break from pedaling.
A Fitness-Focused Christmas Gift The Whole Family Will Love
Looking for a Christmas gift that will delight the whole family? The V9 Deskcise Pro™ is a gift your whole family will enjoy using throughout the year to improve fitness, break up boredom, and multitask while exercising.
The FlexiSpot Deskcise Pro™ all-in-one desk bike is as easy to assemble as it is to use. The desk bike doubles as as a convenient ergonomic workstation, so you can incorporate more activity into your daily life by pedaling while you answer emails on your laptop, work on homework assignments, read a book, or watch TV. If you need a break from pedaling, the desktop lifts and adjusts to easily convert to a standing desk.
The Best Exercises for Managing ADHD
It’s no secret that exercise has tremendous benefits for students with ADHD. It not only helps them focus better, but it also has been shown to improve their mood, decrease impulsive behavior, and help them sleep more soundly. The real question is, which exercises are best for improving the symptoms of ADHD?
To answer that question, it’s important to understand exactly how exercise helps to reduce and manage the symptoms associated with ADHD. According to bestselling author Dr. John Ratey, who wrote the book Beginning an Exercise Program for People with ADHD, exercise acts like a natural dose of the popular ADHD medications Ritalin and Adderall by boosting the levels of dopamine and norepinephrine in the brain.
Exercise also helps to enhance the brain’s “executive function”, a term coined by mental health experts to describe the cognitive abilities associated with tasks like planning and organizing, performing complex tasks, and controlling emotions.
10 Tips to Help You Sleep Better
The quality of your sleep has a direct correlation to the quality of your waking hours, including your energy levels, mental acuity, mood, and even work performance. Unfortunately, too many workers in the United States are not getting high-quality sleep at night. They have trouble falling asleep, may experience interrupted sleep cycles, or wake up feeling unrested – and it’s having an effect on their performance at work. Sound familiar?
The relationship between sleeping and waking goes both ways. Your habits during the day impact your ability to fall asleep at night and affect the quality of your sleep. The quality of your sleep then affects your ability to function and perform during the day.
You may have read about how using your smartphone right before bed can make it more difficult to fall asleep. Recent research also suggests that our increasingly sedentary lifestyle – with the average American spending over 12 hours sitt
4 Ways to Make the Most of Your Exercise Routine in 2018
Getting more exercise is one of the most common New Year’s resolutions. But the majority of people fail to make changes their workout routine that last for even the entire month of January, much less the entire year. If you want to be one of the few people who does succeed in getting more exercise in 2018, you need to set yourself up for success by learning how to make the most of your workout routine.
It’s not easy to find time for exercise when you have a busy work schedule, full social calendar, and kids to take care of. That doesn’t mean it’s any less important to get the recommended amount of exercise. Exercising five days a week for at least 30 minutes will lower your risk for heart disease and diabetes, and will help you live longer.
Here are some tips for making the most of your workout routine in 2018:
1. Make a workout plan.
You know the saying, “Failing to plan is planning to fail