Healthspan Hacks: Tips for Improving your Body & Life
- None besides an interest in taking your health habits to the next level of performance.
Take charge of your body and mind starting from the feet up. Protect your feet, back and legs from the assaults of daily activities. For example, toss out those typical running or walking shoes! Select the best footwear for working the bones and muscles in your feet in the proper way. Get your body positioned well to avoid injuries. Keep your back from feeling discomfort and developing disc compression. Use a top rated adjustable desk instead of sitting in a chair for hours while online working, reading or writing. Discover the joys of stretching your body and toning your abdominal muscles. Promote leg movements and foot strength by utilizing a device that balances, cushions and supports you while standing.
Understand the best way to approach your workouts over time. Learn about the optimal exercises and activities to protect your heart from damage as you negotiate adulthood. Make your skin glow with exfoliation, vitamin A and natural acids. Prevent wrinkles and sun spots by using gold standard products instead of less effective potions.
Eat the kinds of food that will enhance your capacity to function well over time. Avoid strokes and cardiac problems by eliminating certain eating habits. Support cellular health by embracing short and long term fasts. Ingest the sorts of supplements that will: protect key brain cells, increase your health span, reduce inflammation throughout your system as well as promote more physical and mental energy. Many top notch habits and products will be suggested that are based on solid research and years of lived experience.
Who this course is for:
- Anyone who wants to improve their body and keep it functioning at optimal levels.
I have a Ph.D. in Psychology from the University of Chicago and I'm a full-time faculty member in the Psychology Department at a large state university in California. I have taught at the college level for more than 20 years. I teach both in-person and online. Currently, I lecture on Abnormal Psychology, Critical Thinking, and the Field Placement Courses on a regular basis for students at our university. I love being with students in any sort of learning environment.