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4 Tips to Improve Your Sleep Health Tonight for FREE

4 Tips to Improve Your Sleep Health Tonight for FREE

by Sophia Pollalis ATC, CSCS Did you know that many sleep problems can be influenced by changing habits? As the world welive in became more industrialized, there were suddenly more hours in a day to be productive. Itwas possible to work later in the evening and...

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The Diet Starts on Monday

The Diet Starts on Monday

by Rachel Warner MAT, ATC, LAT Have you ever been on a diet, spent your entire day thinking about that cake in the breakroom? You ate your “healthy” lunch and have demolished all your prepped snacks. You try to eat grapes, chew gum, chug some water (maybe you’re just...

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5 Exercises You Can Begin The First Few Weeks Postpartum

5 Exercises You Can Begin The First Few Weeks Postpartum

by Cassandra McCoy MAT, ATC, LAT *As always, consult your medical provider before beginning any exercises. During our first month postpartum,  a lot of our attention goes to our newborn baby(ies). Sometimes during this period, our personal health and self care...

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Circadian Rhythm: What it is and How it Works

Circadian Rhythm: What it is and How it Works

A circadian rhythm, not to be confused with the cicada rhythm of late summer, is the natural wake-sleep cycle your body follows. Not the one that you force your body into, but the one you experience when you go camping on a non-electric site. It’s a step back in time, a look at what our primitive ancestors did without a reliable source of artificial light. The sun rules your world.

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Have you taken a nap today? You need it.

Have you taken a nap today? You need it.

by Sophia Pollalis ATC, LAT, CSCS The prospect of a nap has always sounded great to me. Maybe not when I was a small child, but my parents could tell you more about that than me. I took naps after soccer practice before dinner. I took naps between classes in college...

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Fun Ways to Replace Nutrients Lost in Sweat

Fun Ways to Replace Nutrients Lost in Sweat

by Sophia Pollalis ATC, LAT, CSCS It’s officially summer! Bring on the iced coffee, pool days, sweat, and sunscreen. I LOVE the heat. I would take hot over cold any day of the week (as long as you throw a sweater day in there somewhere). In summer, whether we are...

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Let’s Talk about Poop & Hemorrhoids Shall We

Let’s Talk about Poop & Hemorrhoids Shall We

by Jessica Wilkerson CPT, PN1; Cassandra McCoy MAT, LAT, ATC, RYT; Keli Kirwin PIDC In this conversation, the Be HEaRd Contributors chat about poop & hemorrhoids. We give you our tips and tricks to help with constipation postpartum, healing and more! Plus just...

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