TAGSFlorida Hospital – ApopkaFocus on your health Previous articleAPD Arrest ReportNext articleCentral Florida Commission launches pilot program to house and employ homeless families Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11 Focus on your healthFrom Florida Hospital ApopkaStaying active is very important in order to keep your back strong and your joints healthy, but too much activity can be just as bad as not working out at all. This is why it is important to recognize when your body may need to take a break, not just from physical activity, but from stress-causing factors in your everyday life. Please enter your name here LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate Please enter your comment! Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Here are a few signs that you may need to take some time for yourself:You have trouble sleeping at nightWe can’t stress this enough – adequate sleep is vital for your health. Your body is able to restore, relax and refresh itself every night, and how amazing is that? If you have trouble falling asleep for an extended period of time (and a substantial number of people do), it could mean that you have outside stress factors that are beginning to take a toll on your health.Take this as a sign that you need to find new ways to relax; some great options include adding restorative activities to your daily routine, such as swimming, yoga, Tai chi and meditation. It is also wise to talk about your sleeping problems with your doctor. Together, you can find the source of your sleeplessness and create a plan of care to help sleep come naturally again.See our Back to Basics videos for sleeping positions that are best for your back and check out our spine U videos on selecting the best pillows and mattress for your spine.You have consistent aches that won’t go awayIf you have aches that recur frequently, it could be a sign that you’re working your body too hard. When you work out, your muscles tear and have to rebuild themselves. By not giving your muscles enough time to rebuild, these tears can never fully heal and may result in injury and pain.Aches could also mean that you’re holding onto stress. Stress can make your muscles tense up without even you realizing it, and this tension can cause chronic sore or tight muscles. Try this: apply hot and cold therapy to the irritated muscle, and make sure you are practicing proper bending, lifting and twisting techniques throughout the day. If the pain doesn’t go away after two weeks with rest or it begins to intensify, then it’s time to talk with your doctor about possible other causes. [Here is a spine and pain physician that can help.]You get irritable very easilyIf you find yourself getting irritated, angry, sad or tired more often than usual, it may be a sign that your body needs something. This “something” may be nourishing food, sleep, relaxation, and possibly a change of scenery. While it is important to let your body rest, it is just as important to let your mind rest, too. The mind works 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Be sure to give it the nutrients and relaxation that it deserves.By getting enough sleep, incorporating relaxation techniques into your daily routine and taking your required vacation days every year, you can restart and renew your physical and mental health. Incorporating the right amount of rest can also help prevent illness and spinal injuries. This is just one more step in your CREATION Health journey that will help keep you on your feet for years to come! The Anatomy of Fear You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
International Women’s Day LIT Linkedin WhatsApp Facebook Twitter TAGSeducationLITMusic Limerickstudent accommodation Women in the Creative Arts to take centre stage at LIT’s International Women’s Day Flagship Event Print RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Email #SaucySoul: Room 58 – ‘Hate To See You Leave’ Advertisement Previous articleNursing Home member to visit Limerick politiciansNext articleLimerick GAA fixtures John Keoghhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Limerick Post Show | FOLM Project Limerick Institute of TechnologyLimerick Institute of TechnologyA SURVEY compiled by the accommodation office at Limerick Institute of Technology shows that the city beats Cork, Dublin and Galway when it comes to the cost of digs, house and student village accommodation.The information was gathered from accommodation office websites, letting websites, direct contacts with landlords and letting agencies and newspaper advertisements.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Galway was ranked the second cheapest city, with Cork in third place; Dublin was considerably more expensive than the other cities surveyed.In Limerick and Galway it costs €70 per week on average to rent a room in a house, some €30 per week cheaper than the equivalent accommodation in Dublin, and €10 cheaper than Cork.Limerick offers the cheapest digs accommodation that includes meals and shared facilities often in a family home with Galway and Cork on average €10 per week more expensive and Dublin as much as €35 per week more expensive.Limerick also provides the most affordable option when it comes to student village accommodation at an average of €65 for a single room and €50 for a twin.Galway student village accommodation averages at €75 for a single and €55 for a twin; Cork at €70 for a single and €60 for a twin and Dublin top of the scale at €115 for a single and €100 for a twin. NewsLimerick cheapest for student accommodationBy John Keogh – June 18, 2013 2334 Celebrating a ground breaking year in music from Limerick LIT Launches unique new programme on Responding to Domestic Abuse and Coercive Control
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Viola M. Fullenkamp, age 91 of Batesville, died Sunday, February 10, 2019 at her home. Born in Batesville on August 25, 1927, she is the daughter of Lydia (Nee: Cook) and Edward Vierling. She married Eugene Fullenkamp October 14, 1946 at St. Joseph’s Church in Covington, Kentucky and he preceded her in death October 3, 2006. She was a member of St. Louis Church.Viola was a stay at home mom, raising eight children. She enjoyed baking coffee cakes and peanut chews for Gene to take to work and loved her children and grandchildren very much. A devout woman, Viola was on the prayer line at church, calling others to pray for those in need. She was devoted to the Blessed Mother and prayed the rosary regularly.She is survived by daughters and son-in-laws Pam and Ski Gerdowsky of Batesville, Becky and John Quick of Batesville, Kathy and Gene Rosemeyer of Sunman; sons and daughter-in-laws Terry Fullenkamp of Sacramento, California, Randy and Irene Fullenkamp of Oldenburg, Jay and Linda Fullenkamp of Sunman, Dave and Patti Fullenkamp of Batesville; sister Betty Stein of Batesville; daughter-in-law Kathy Fullenkamp of Batesville; 24 grandchildren and 40 great grandchildren. In addition to her husband and parents, she is also preceded in death by her son Tim Fullenkamp; sister Lillian Fullenkamp; brothers Meredith (Bud), Clifford and Larry Vierling and granddaughter Jill Gerdowsky.Visitation is Saturday, February 16th, from 9 a.m. until noon at the Weigel Funeral Home. Funeral services follow at 12:30 p.m. at St. Louis Church with Rev. Stan Pondo officiating with burial in the church cemetery. The family requests memorials to New Horizons Rehabilitation Center or Our Hospice of South Central Indiana.