Ageing is inevitable, however an inactive mind or lessening of mental health is not. Just as we can help our physical bodies age well and gracefully, we can do the same with our mental health. There is a lot we can do to keep our minds alert and sharp.
Reaching your 40’s can be daunting for many and can often be a time of reflection. Reflecting on your 30’s and thinking about moving into your 40’s with new goals for health and fitness. There is no need to feel overwhelmed with moving into this different stage of your life though.
Basically, keeping hydrated is quite simple. Feeling thirsty? Drink something. About to go into an important meeting or deliver a speech? Take some water in with you. Despite these simple answers to keeping hydrated, there is a huge amount of misleading information that leaves a lot of people confused.
As a sports person or athlete, a knee injury can put you on the side lines for the whole sporting season and sometimes for as long as a year. Whether you are the sports person, coach or parent, it is important to understand the goals in preventing a knee injury in the first place.