HOW regularly publishes health and wellness articles written by our extended Heart of Wellness team. Enjoy!
HOW Does Your Heart and Brain Work Together?
Do you know the relationship between your heart and brain sets the tone for how we experience life?
HOW Your Heart Matters
Since 1963, American Heart Month has been celebrated as a way to educate Americans to join the battle against heart disease.
HOW are you caring for your immune system?
Eighty percent of your immune system is in the gut, so when it’s healthy, we tend to be able to fight off infections faster and faster.
Supporting your immune system with Vitamin D
How can you boost your immune system to protect against catching COVID or the flu, and any other disease?
Strengthening your immune system
How can you help your immune system be healthy this winter season? More than any other time, it is important to have a strong immune system to help the body fight COVID and the flu. This article focuses on the impact that sleep, stress, and sugar have on your immune system.
A one-word New Year’s resolution
A New Year is here, 2022. It is the time that many of us will make a New Year’s Resolution. Although, the fact is, for nine out of 10 people, their effort will fail for their resolution by the end of January.
Same Queen, New Routine!
First-Hand article about being about making a few small lifestyle changes that had a hugely positive impact on her health.
The Benefits of Walking After a Meal
Learn about the many health benefits for walking for even 20 minutes a day after a meal.
Five Self Care Strategies for Fall
To help you best navigate the increased stress that this season’s busyness may bring for you and your family, here are some doable ways you can optimize your self-care and successfully prevent burnout this fall.
Made to MOVE
Yes, you can walk your way to health and happiness! It starts by moving 30 minutes a day around your neighborhood, around a track or around a local pond. Learn more about why moving is so important, and some strategies to build this into your daily routine.