Today’s Tip: Breathing – A Mental Energizer

If you need a pick-me-up or are feeling a bit anxious, try the following breathing exercise; it can help to bring energy and clarity to your mind. The first time, do it for just 15 seconds, increasing the duration by five seconds every time until you can complete one full minute. Always breathe normally between exercises. Sit upright with your back straight, eyes closed, and shoulders relaxed. Place the tip of your tongue against the bony ridge behind and above your upper teeth. Breathe rapidly through your nose, in and out, with your mouth slightly closed. Keep your inhale and … Read More Button

Why Exercise?

Beyond the calories deficit, countless studies have shown that exercise is beneficial in mood regulation and stress relief. This Week’s Goals – Charting Activity and Moods Click on the “download” button below to open a handy activity and mood tracking sheet. You can then print it or RIGHT-click on the document, click “save as” and select where you want to save it to your computer.   … Read More Button