Category Archives: Health

Promote Mental Health with More than Medication

The issue of mental health is a growing topic in our national discourse. A frank, open conversation regarding mental illness is long overdue. While this is a positive development, we need to be mindful that people in need of treatment can resort to more than just medication. While drugs are a key component for many […]
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How to Avoid Some Pain While You Gain

The old workout maxim says “no pain, no gain.” But let’s be real: as much as possible, you want to avoid pain before, during, and after exercise. What’s the use of working out to get into “hero shape” if you’re putting yourself through unnecessary agony? We all know regular exercise is vital to not only […]
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You at a Glance: A Quick Health Reality Check

Time to take a step back and evaluate our health again, folks! You thought I forgot to bug you about this, didn’t you? I know you get distracted by the input bombardment of the modern age. Consider this a reminder that you need your regular check-up! We live in a world that’s hyper-focused on looking […]
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Democratizing the Many Faces of Meditation

Meditation is growing in popularity as a means of maintaining one’s overall well-being. But a lot of people are unsure about meditation, and that’s probably because they have some misconceptions about the practice. I wrote about stress relief earlier and indeed, it’s incredibly important—not even Superman can be on duty all the time! But chilling […]
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How (and Why) to Take Charge of Your Health

There comes a time in every man’s life when he has to decide whether or not he actually wants to take control of himself. Maybe you’ve already had that moment. Maybe some kind of crisis pushed you out of your complacency. Or maybe you’re still waiting for the universe to reach down a big cosmic […]
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Use Science to Kick a Bad Habit’s A$$

As I like to reiterate here on my blog, having a hero mindset doesn’t just involve looking after the people (both loved ones and strangers alike) who share the world around you. It also means taking caring of yourself mentally and physically, so you can keep yourself in a state of readiness to rise to […]
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Roll Back The Years: Keep Your Hero-Body Young During Middle Age

Let’s face it: when you’re young, keeping fit is so much easier. You have a lot more energy, strength, and time to achieve your fitness goals. But for those everyday heroes approaching middle age, you might start to notice things slowing down. Your energy depletes. Your six-pack turns into a keg. You start to experience […]
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