Does it feel increasingly difficult to maintain your weight as you age? If so, there may be a biochemical reason the number on the scale keeps creeping up. As you age, your body becomes much more susceptible to inflammation and less resistant to hormonal and environmental fluctuations.
If you find it a struggle to eat healthy and maintain your weight while traveling or eating out, you’re not alone. Join Dr. Karrie Hohn for a short webinar and info session with tips on how to maintain balanced nutrition under challenging circumstances. She will then share a 10-minute overview from Dr. Sita Kedia of PALM’s Balanced Living Program, which helps participants reset their habits, lose weight, and look and feel their best.
“Lose ten pounds fast with this diet.” “Get a flat belly in one week.” “Drop five pounds after doing this workout.” Sound familiar? Maybe you’ve tried one or two of these diets or quick-fix workout routines with the intention of losing a few pounds, but the number on the scale didn’t budge. Or maybe you lost weight, but had trouble keeping it off later on. Drastic diets, calorie restriction, and over-exercising are some of the most common ways to try and lose weight, but more often than not, the results don’t live up to the hype.
For many, getting a good night’s sleep can be a challenge. However, making healthy and consistent adjustments to sleep habits can help improve the quality of sleep. In this webinar, Dr. Varsha Rathod will dispel certain sleep myths, explain circadian rhythm, address the consequences of poor sleep hygiene, discuss common sleep disturbances, describe treatment options, and provide tips for unlocking your best sleep.
Ready to reset, work on your longevity, or lose weight? We invite you to participate in our ProLon® Challenge, a group wellness challenge to help boost metabolism and improve cellular health. The challenge includes a 5-day Fasting Mimicking Diet meal kit ($250 value), a digital book of recipes for maintaining a longevity diet post-challenge, a complimentary copy of The Longevity Diet by Dr. Valter Longo, email encouragement throughout the week for motivation and accountability, and the chance to win a PALM Detox Gift Basket ($175 value).
Think about a time when you felt angry, anxious, or stressed. Maybe you had a big exam, an argument with a loved one, or a jarring emotional situation. It’s likely that your heart started to race, your breathing became quick and shallow, and you felt yourself start to tremble. Your muscles tensed up. Maybe you even felt dizzy or nauseous.
Relationships are fundamental to a well-lived life. In fact, social relationships are one of the pillars of lifestyle medicine, an evidence-based approach that addresses the root causes of disease with changes in lifestyle behaviors such as diet, exercise, sleep, social connectivity, and stress management. In this webinar with Julie Geeting, Coaching and Counseling Lead at PALM Health, you’ll discover more about the ways in which people are connected to others and ways you can care for and strengthen your own relationships.
Imagine you’re on a diet, but one day, you have an irresistible craving for a cookie, which isn’t a part of your diet. But you just have to have the cookie, so you decide to eat one. How do you go about eating that cookie? Do you stand over the sink and eat it quickly to get it over with and fulfill your craving? Or do you sit down, put the cookie on a plate, make a cup of tea, and really take the time to savor every bite?
Did you know that your skin loses more than 25% of its ability to hold moisture in the wintertime? As the colder weather creeps in, the air becomes drier and actually pulls moisture from your skin. Not only that, but your heaters and fireplaces also have a dehydrating and drying effect. Take a look at these five tips from PALM Health’s lead esthetician, Tommy Tenholder, on how to adjust your skincare routine during the colder months.
Going to the doctor can be a bit nerve-wracking sometimes. Whether you’re going for a specific issue or symptom, or just having your annual checkup, it’s important to feel ready and to know how to communicate efficiently with your doctor to ensure a productive visit. Consider these five tips on how to best prepare for your next appointment.