Good Morning FB Family, how is everyone today?
We've got a new workout for you this morning:
We also have a bunch of great Expert content this morning. We cannot wait to introduce you to a few more content creators, who will be tackling even more topics for us soon.
In the ever-evolving story of the coronavirus (COVID-19), experts are finding out that symptoms can linger many days, weeks, or even months after the initial viral attack. What’s even scarier is that no one seems to know who will suffer from these prolonged symptoms. Let’s explore what’s known as COVID Long-Haulers Syndrome and the issue of returning the exercise safely—no small task.
The term, “double-jointed,” is commonly associated with gymnasts or dancers and frequently praised in both sports. But what happens when being double-jointed or hypermobile is not a desired trait? In this article, our Doctor of Physical Therapy goes into a condition known as Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS), which is often associated with joint hypermobility, or having very flexible joints.
✦ FB Plus: Can You Eat Your Way to Healthy Skin?
We all have our own skincare routines, but what if healthy skin was less about what you put on top of your skin and more about what you put into your body?
Whether you’re just entering your 40s or are well acquainted with them, it’s normal to wonder if you should be making changes to your workouts in order to optimize your health. In truth, your 40s can be your best years ever as long as you apply a few key principles. Because our bodies do undergo changes as we age (bone health, muscle loss, slowed metabolism, and a drop in hormone levels, just to name a few), maintaining a consistent fitness routine is crucial to counteract the effects of both internal and external aging processes.
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