Explore the health and wellbeing issues concerning relaxation and running shoes.
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Learn about Relaxation and Running Shoes Host: Most of it is used to a good dose of greens but we usually get into them at dinner time along side the lean cut of steak. The color green does more than high in folate and ion levels you can actually use green light and green landscapes to enter a state of relaxation. The Chinese had been using the healing powers of green for the thousands of years believing it brings calm to the mind and renewal, fresh energy and new opportunities to life. Now modern science is starting to align itself with this ancient concept. Recent studies prove that color impacts your mood and physical state. Richard Wiseman: The green and the blue light after the key to it if you place people in the red light for example it becomes very stimulated, very anxious. This idea of a natural looking scene in the green and the blues absolutely is very, very important. Host: Soon instead of coming home after a hard day and switching on the television, you could be switching on the green or blue light instead to wash away those work day worries. Forty percent of people admit to feeling stressed at work. Could the latest craze in the office be the green room where people can go to regain a modicum of mental balance? Work related stress cause the US governmental loan a $300 billion annually. With job pressures increasing and job security decreasing, we all need help to relax. Richard Wiseman: We looked at the research into relaxation, we picked out some key elements that first of all the later just suggestive will be very effective but also wouldn’t cause a huge amount of some money to implements of business or schools, universities, public spaces could take these same ideas and actually make people more relaxed across the country. Host: We know that stress is not conducive to a healthy heart. Continual stress leads to high blood pressure and the stickier blood as the body prepares for injury in a stress state. Blood clots and hypertension can be avoided with the regular relaxation. Chronic stress can trigger immune responses that erode arteries and lead further into the heart disease abyss. Time to carry your world with a relaxation everyday. Running is an excellent way to keep fit, charting on the treadmill can burn off countless calories depending on your weight and speed. To make sure you will enjoy this form of exercise to the end of your days it’s extremely important to minimize the negative impacts that running can have on your body and generally a good running shoe can make the world of difference. Shock absorption is the key to injury free running. Dr. Curtis Rob: Having the correct cushioning level is very important to the outfit and it is a positive mechanism to try to reduce stress on the body. These stresses will lead to injury when they occur at particular points and if you can minimize this in any way then it’s going to help the outfit train a harder and more consistently. There also you will see where it lead to a greater performance. Host: A good running shoe should offer stability cushioning and aid in motion control. There are different types of shoes for different terrains. Will you be running on pavement or on broken lobby ground cross country? Try to block out what the shoe actually looks like. You want to close your eyes and go for feel make sure you actually run in them in the store are there any loose areas that could turn into sort shape areas or blisters later on? As you run approximately three times your body weight it hits your heel and travels out the leg affecting the ankles, knees and hips. Air cushion technology can significantly reduce this impact, the benefit of spending the money on a major brand is that you know the product has been rigorously tested but you can still get a very shape and effective shoe in the mid range. It’s all about your foot and the feet. Replace running shoes at least every six months and try to keep them just for running to make them last longer.
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