Recently, I’ve noticed a handful of health-related factoids floating around the internet describing some of the impressive things that our bodies do every day. How our hearts pump about 2,000 gallons of blood, or how our lungs take 17,000 breaths. Daily counts like these are easy to measure. Others like the number of thoughts our brains mull over each day are fuzzier, and estimates are as much guesswork as they are science. Nonetheless, the sheer volume of work the body does every day is impressive. And, that it’s done in a non-stop, no-rest rhythm is beyond extraordinary.
It’s a new year, and I just want to wish you a very happy one.
Last year placed a lot on our collective plates. Some people fared better than others. New research sheds some light onto how our lifestyle habits affect how we respond. Turns out, better psychological resilience – mental toughness – is directly linked to five lifestyle habits.Continue reading Ring in the New Year with Resilience