Become More Resilient Series Summary

I hope that you have enjoyed my Become More Resilient series, and have learned specific steps that you can take to remain well, recover, and even thrive in the face of adversity. Today I want to take the 10,000 foot overview on why this pandemic is so bad for Americans, and my final thoughts on what it means to be resilient.

Advertisement

Nutrition and Resilience (Increase your Immunity through Nutrition)

Nutrition and COVID This week we are going to begin our discussion of nutrition and resilience and why nutrition is more important than ever post COVID. It’s not just long term consequences anymore. Now being overweight and obese can cause serious consequences right now. To learn more check out video 6 of my Become More Resilient Series Today!

Resilience and Sleep Hygiene (How to Train your Brain to Sleep Better)

How does sleep impact resilience? Getting good sleep is a vital aspect of being a robust resilient human. People who get poor quality sleep get sick more often and are more prone to injury. Not only that, but poor sleep directly affects performance in all aspects. Getting good sleep can be broken down into 4 specific strategies. To learn more check out video 5 of my Become More Resilient Series Today!

Rhythms of Resilience (Reset Circadian Clock)

What is so important about Circadian Rhythms? Almost every physiologic process in the body is in some way affected by your internal body clock. These daily cycles form the foundation of good health. By understanding these cycles rhythms of resilience will be synchronized allowing you to better handle any obstacle is put in front of you. To learn more check out video 4 of my Become More Resilient Series Today!