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by Dr Milli
Your Health Journey
“If you don’t make time for exercise, you’ll probably have to make time for illness” – Robin Sharma
Exercise by Dr Milli
Physical activity and exercise is not only beneficial for physical health but also mental health. Physical activity comes in multiple modalities (cardio, strength, flexibility etc) and can be modified to tailor individual needs. No one size fits all in the fitness arena. Everyone is different, responds differently and is on their own unique journey. How I train during my hormonal cycle varies to again help support and balance my hormones. There are benefits and negatives to different ways of training but being educating on what these how and how to use them to your advantage is key.
Dr Milli Raizada
What is Lifestyle medicine?
Food can be the medicine we need to help
feed and fuel our hormones and help
manage hormonal imbalances.
Physical activity and exercise is not
only beneficial for physical health
but also mental health.
Stress can be positive if managed properly.
If we do not manage stress positively, the chemical
and hormonal changes that ensue in our bodies can be negative.
SLEEP! My mother always told me
when I was stressed, that a good night
sleep would make it all feel better tomorrow.
Avoidance of toxic substances
Toxic substances is not limited to alcohol, drugs and smoking,
Food and environmental substances can be hormonal
disrupters and can be just as damaging to your health.
Healthy relationships with colleagues,
families and friends is crucial to
mental and physical health.
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