Your Health

Welcome to the Dedication Health wellness blog. Here you will find tips for diet, exercise, or stress relief as well as current trends in the healthcare industry and technology.

Brain Health: How to Maintain a Healthy Mind as You Age

Aging inevitably brings many changes, both physically and mentally. While it’s normal to experience some degree of mental decline with age, there are ways to help protect your brain health and proactively stave off memory loss and cognitive decline. Research points to a combination of healthy habits that can help you preserve and protect your

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Stress: What It Does to the Body

Stress is no stranger to any of us, it affects everyone. For example, the global pandemic has caused many people around the world severe stress. Stress regarding health, safety, job security, social isolation, and so much more. There is some stress that is good for your body. Examples of this would include exercising, starting a

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Best Superfoods to Promote Heart Health

Eating for heart health is as much about what you do eat as it is about limiting certain foods and ingredients. A healthy meal plan full of fresh and colorful fruits and vegetables and heart-healthy proteins can help lower your risk of many serious and chronic health conditions, including heart disease, obesity, high blood pressure,

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Kidney Health: Protect Yourself From Kidney Disease

March is National Kidney Month which means we are going to talk about the impact these bean-shaped organs have in regards to our health and wellness. Kidneys provide many benefits to our health including filtering blood, releasing waste and toxins, producing hormones, regulating pH, and controlling blood pressure. However, as we get older, we can

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Thyroid Awareness Month

January is Thyroid Awareness Month. Most wouldn’t believe how much trouble this little butterfly-shaped gland can cause if it is not balanced. If left untreated, it can cause many physical and mental symptoms that can range from mild to debilitating. Annual checkups with your doctors and bloodwork will help detect if there is a variance

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Top 10 Healthy Habits for 2021

The new year is finally here! For many, this is the time to begin thinking about how we would like this year to look. With record coronavirus cases rising, staying healthy is at the top of everyone’s list. What does this look like coming into the new year? Are your goals focused on losing weight,

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How to Be Active at Any Age

How to Be Active at Any Age: Move More, Sit Less Americans should sit less and move more, even if that activity comes in tiny chunks, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ new physical activity guidelines.  The guidelines urge Americans to get at least 75 minutes of vigorous aerobic exercise (such as

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Staying Active As You Age

Studies have shown that physical activity is one of the biggest contributors to longevity, adding extra years to your life—even if you don’t start exercising until your later years. But staying active as you age is not just about adding years to your life, it’s about adding life to your years. There are many reasons

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