Fitness and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

by Cindy Zeis
The topic of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) crossed my path again today and is a topic I am well acquainted with. In fact, the specific topic is about how fitness helps alleviate the symptoms of PTSD. As a fitness trainer I could reach in to my articles base for some interesting information on how our body responds to exercise and how proper nutrition plays a role and all that but I think the perspective I am driven to write from is just my own, personal experience. There is certainly enough information to be found on the scientific studies of PTSD, I do not feel a need to write another. Continue reading

Obesity: Defining the “Real” Problem

There is no question that obesity is a real problem worldwide. It is reported to be one of the greatest health concerns of our time. The Centers for Disease Control states that “Obesity is a contributing cause of many other health problems, including heart disease stroke, diabetes, and some types of cancer. These are some of the leading causes of death in the U.S. Obesity can cause sleep apnea and breathing problems as well as limit mobility. Obesity can also causes problems during pregnancy or make it more difficult for a woman to become pregnant.” With literally millions of articles claiming obesity facts and statistics on the internet, not to mention print, radio and film, obesity is readily defined as a root cause claiming the lives and lifestyles of our families and our communities. Or is it? Continue reading

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