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Self-Care Tips for Summer

By Kate Watson | June 10, 2021 |

This past year has been a long haul for you and your clients, and now is a great time to review some self-care tips. Summer is coming, and people across the country are breathing a little more easily. Stay safe and enjoy the reopening with these suggestions from IDEA authors and presenters. Of course, continue…

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How to Help Someone Who Is Grieving

By Zoey Trap, MSc | May 6, 2021 |

Sooner or later, most of us lose someone we care about, and since the start of the pandemic, loss has visited more of us than ever. The pain can be overwhelming, and we may feel nothing will ever be normal again. Losing someone we love is a highly personal experience, and no two people cope…

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Ice Bath for Exercise Recovery

The Best Way to Use Ice Baths

By Shirley Archer, JD, MA | March 30, 2020 |

If repairing and building muscle is a primary goal, people may want to think twice about taking an ice bath after training. New research conducted at Maastricht University in the Netherlands shows that cold-water immersion during recovery from resistance-type exercise reduces muscles’ ability to take up protein for repair and to synthesize protein to muscle building.

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Truespeak Meditation

HELP! I Can’t Meditate… I’ve Tried

By Ell Graniel | January 6, 2020 |

It’s easy to understand how some folks can believe that statement to be true. It’s a lot like how some say, “I can’t exercise. I’m uncoordinated.” Or, “I can’t do yoga. My muscles are too tight.” It makes sense that when you believe there is only one way to accomplish something, it’s easy to feel defeated.

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Cutting Facebook Lowers Stress Levels

By Ryan Halvorson | September 20, 2018 |

Need to cut some stress out of your life? Researchers from the University of Queensland in Australia say that taking breaks from Facebook can help.
Their study included 138 active Facebook users who were asked to either take a 5-day fast from the social media platform or maintain current usage. Each person self-reported on their well-being and stress levels and underwent salivary cortisol tests before and after the intervention.

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