mental health during coronavirus

Physical and Mental Health During Coronavirus

By Kristy Hall
Categories: Coronavirus

We are 11 months in to this pandemic and it is still raging, in fact spiking in many parts of the US and the world. This has resulted in long-term stress for many of us. That stress can manifest in a variety of ways, affecting both our physical and mental health. As a Functional Nutritionist, […]

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Forest Fires Affect Your Air Quality

By Kristy Hall
Categories: Coronavirus, Health Blog

2020 will be remembered not only for Covid-19, but also the horrendous forest fire season in the western part of the United States. As I write this, Colorado is experiencing numerous fires, including the largest in the state’s history, and the evacuation zones grow closer. The thick heavy smoke brings a heaviness to our spirits […]

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Curtail Lingering Covid-19 Effects

By Kristy Hall
Categories: Coronavirus, Health Blog, Immune System

While most people who contract the coronavirus get better and are back to their normal routine rather quickly, about 10% of people experience lingering COVID-19 effects. This can include overwhelming fatigue, heart palpitations, muscle aches, and more for several weeks and even months. Fatigue lasting longer than six weeks is classified as chronic fatigue. I […]

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COVID-19 Vaccine Mania!

By Kristy Hall
Categories: Coronavirus, Health Blog, Weight Loss

Are you eagerly awaiting the COVID-19 vaccine so you can get back to normal life? Well, you might just have to think again—but probably not for the reasons that first pop into your mind. Are You Overweight? If you are overweight, you are not alone. The Center for Disease Control says that 71.6% of Americans […]

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COVID Health Decline Trend: Turn that Ship Around!

By Kristy Hall
Categories: Coronavirus, Health Blog

  Covid-19 has left its ugly mark on us as a whole. In addition to the loved ones lost and the economy that kept us afloat financially taking a downturn, COVID-19 has left other memorable scars—including a large health decline for most of us. Americans are overeating, overdrinking, and over-watching, according to the Epoch Times. […]

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