Quality Sleep Success
Regular quality sleep is important for daily functioning, health, and learning. According to the WebMD Sleep Guide, babies up to about one-year-old need around 15 hours a day of sleep. By the time they reach 12 years old that can be reduced to around 8 or 9 hours per night.
Everything You Need To Know About Diastasis Recti
You may not even realize that you suffer from this health condition. A large percentage of women who have recently delivered a baby or are currently pregnant suffer from diastasis recti. This is a condition that causes your abdominal walls to pull away from each other. In this article, we will take a look at some of the consequences of suffering from this condition as well as what you can do to restore your abdominal muscles. If you are looking for more tips for leading a healthy life, you should head over to consumeradvisors.org.
Never Miss Out on Your Family Favorites Again
A little bit of creativity is crucial when it comes to eating well. Rather than denying yourself or overindulging just a few tweaks here and there won’t have you missing out on anything. Turn these idea yummy ideas into habits to ensure you lead the healthiest lifestyle possible (well still enjoying it)!
How to Age Healthily and Happily
Being able to age and grow older with every passing day is a true blessing. After all, everyone wants to live longer. However, living longer doesn’t equal happiness if you don’t try your best to actually age in a healthy and happy manner. There are plenty of things you need to take into consideration in order to actually enjoy your age to the fullest and look forward to each new day.
This post is sponsored by Cord Blood Registry ® (CBR ®), but the opinions expressed here are my own.
One Thing I Wished I Had Done Differently With Open Adoption
Adoption can be a scary thing for a lot of reasons. Although the benefits are GREAT, there are fears. Fears of the birth parents changing their mind are the initial fear most adoptive parents have. During the preliminary process, the birth, and the days after, adoptive parents minds are on all the fears of the unknown of the right then and now. Often, looking down the road at the possible obstacles that adoption can have is not on the brain until after the relinquishments are signed and the waiting period is over. I have ONE thing that I would have done differently with my boy’s adoptions.