6 Ways to Beat Bad Online Habits | The Health Sessions

6 Ways to Beat Bad Online Habits

This article was written by Alice Yoon from ThesisRush. 

Everyone’s got bad habits, especially in the digital age, working on online platforms. We know them and despite knowing the consequences of tagging them along, we always find ourselves struggling to stop them. Why stop them? It’s fun to binge-watch Netflix, to browse Instagram and Facebook all day long, or to go online shopping at late hours. In addition, you may be forced to check your email periodically throughout the day.

But these online habits are bad for you. The things mentioned above will lead to eye strain, emotional problems like depression, poor sleeping habits, negative body image, decreased focus and mental energy, and FOMO (Fear Of Missing Out). Sounds terrifying, doesn’t it?

It is not easy to get rid of these harmful online habits, but it is possible. Actually, most of the things we do each day are not out of a decision we have made. They are something that has become a habit. We just find ourselves doing things that we would otherwise not do because they were not in the plan. If you want to get out of this, here are 6 ways to beat bad online habits.

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5 Nutrition Tips for a Healthier Lifestyle | The Health Sessions

5 Nutrition Tips for a Healthier Lifestyle

This article is written by Amanda Wilks. 

Adopting an overall healthy lifestyle means more than eating the occasional apple and hitting the gym every once in a while. This major change needs to cover every single aspect of your life, from the cooking methods you use to how many hours of rest you get per night. In this article, we will give you five nutrition tips that will help you make a successful transition to a more sustainable and wellbeing-oriented existence.

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6 Surprising Health Benefits of Journaling That You Never Knew | The Health Sessions

6 Surprising Health Benefits of Journaling That You Never Knew

This article was written by Sara from Jofelo.com 

Keeping a diary used to be something that we did as kids or as teenagers. We wrote down all our angry thoughts about our parents and doodled that boys name on all the pages, then stuffed them under our pillow in the golden hiding spot. As we aged, many of us stopped writing, believing that it wasn’t something you did as an adult, but science is saying much to the opposite effect.

This article is going to look at some of the many benefits there are for journaling. Perhaps you’ll even be dusting off your own journal or get one my favorites, a new Jofelo journal by the end.

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5 Positive Psychology Books for a Happy Fulfilling Life | The Health Sessions

5 Positive Psychology Books for a Happy, Fulfilling Life

For most of its history, the main goal of the field of psychology was to prevent and treat mental health problems. It wasn’t until twenty years ago that prominent psychologists shifted their attention from reducing suffering to studying how people can lead a good and happy life. Instead of trying to get depressed and anxious patients back to a neutral state, this new area of research focused on what a person would need to flourish – to go from feeling “OK” about life to finding fulfillment.

Positive psychology is the scientific study of optimal human functioning, searching for the factors that allow individuals to thrive. With an ever-growing body of research, positive psychology wants to build a bridge between the academic theories and the self-help movement. Because how do we define happiness? What do we need to be happy and how can we put the results from all those studies into practice?

Have a look at these 5 must-read positive psychology books from the leading experts on happiness.

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The Benefits of Using a Treadmill: Is it Worth It? | The Health Sessions

The Benefits of Using a Treadmill: Is it Worth It?

This article is written by Melissa Hamler from Access Health

Many of us struggle to get the right amount of exercise into our busy days, often finding it too difficult to afford the gym and make the time to go there. So how can you make it easier and more convenient to get your daily workout in? Consider purchasing a quality treadmill for your home!

Brisk walking and jogging are great for our health, allowing us to reach the daily target of 20-30 minutes of moderate aerobic activity that we should be aiming for. A treadmill allows for this to be possible from the comfort of your own home, all while only requiring a one-time investment.

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