Content by Terri Eyden

on 02/27/12
You can firm up loose and tired-looking skin around your neck and throat with these toning exercises.  If you still have young skin, these will help you keep it that way. Follow this regimen...
on 02/23/12
The triceps area, the back of your upper arms, is one of fat's favorite destinations. Since we use our triceps - our pushing muscles - much less often than our more active biceps on the front of our...
on 02/21/12
Sitting for long periods of time can cause pain in your lower back. To prevent or reduce stiffness and pain, try this seated stretch. It's safest to use a chair that doesn't have wheels. As you hold...
on 02/17/12
This exercise is especially beneficial because it uses your arms, wrists, and hands. While it might seem complicated at first, it won't take you long to get into a nice steady rhythm. You can do each...
on 02/17/12
Transition Advisors LLC, an international consulting organization, recently announced that Bill Carlino, veteran journalist and editor-in-chief of Accounting...
on 02/15/12
Studies show that more than 50 percent of computer users experience eyestrain, headaches, blurred vision, and other visual symptoms. This type of stress on the visual system can also cause body...
on 02/13/12
Here are some desk-friendly pick-me-ups from the pros at Canyon Ranch Spa in Tucson. Tip 1: Every hour, stand up, put your hands on the small of your back and gently arch...
on 02/10/12
While doing this exercise, close your eyes and visualize a calm scene – you're lying on a sandy beach or walking through a lush forest. This exercise is a great way to reduce stress and tension...
on 02/09/12
When you read "Let's Dance," did you instantly hear David Bowie's famous song playing in your head? (If not, you're probably too young.) Close your office door, make a selection from...
on 02/08/12
Your eyes are working very hard. Take a few minutes and give them a rest. Option 1: Shut your eyes at least twice every hour. Place the pads of your palms on your eyes and apply...
on 02/07/12
With all the time you're spending pounding away on your computer, your wrists and hands could use some tender loving care.  Wrists Step 1: Stretch your right...
on 02/06/12
Joe Downie, SparkPeople Coach, says that "staying energized and stress free at work isn't difficult. The key is finding reasons to stay out of your chair." Here are some suggestions:1. Take...
on 02/03/12
Not only is deep breathing an excellent stress reducer, it benefits your entire body. When you breathe deeply, endorphins are released throughout your body (and heaven knows you need those during tax...
on 02/02/12
You're probably sick and tired of looking at piles of paper building up higher and higher everywhere you look. But, you can put a package of printer paper to use by doing something good for yourself...
on 02/01/12
Here are some fun ways to "walk" down the hall. You'll get a bit of a workout and feel revived! Option 1: While walking, take the widest step you can and lunge forward...
on 01/31/12
If you're feeling less than ambitious today, you can still give yourself a gold star if you do this simple "exercise." You'll feel a nice stretch and reduce some stress at the same time....
on 01/30/12
Loosen up your upper body with this fun (and wacky?) exercise. You might want to close your office door for this one, or you can leave it open and treat your coworkers to a good laugh!  ...
on 01/27/12
Stretching feels good and helps you become more flexible. Here's a stretch for your sides. Step 1: Stand with your legs shoulder-width apart.  Step 2:...
on 01/26/12
There's nothing quite like a massage to release built-up tension and relieve pain. Version One Step 1: Find trigger points of tension in your shoulders, jaw, and...
on 01/25/12
Strengthen and firm up your quads! The quadriceps run along the front of the thigh, starting at the hip joint and ending at the knee joint. The quadriceps' primary function is to flex the hip...

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