Following Wellness trends for 2019
Besides a well balanced diet and routine exercise you need to be aware that there is a lot more to the ‘healthy’ life-style. Studies have proved that there are many ways which can keep you healthy, physically, mentally and emotionally. It is wiser to follow some of the advice given by experts instead of wasting your time following ‘all’ the trends for health benefits.
- Intermittent fasting for health:
Intermittent fasting is followed by many people as this is believed to benefit the overall health by reducing the levels of inflammation, boosting the metabolism and also lowering the blood pressure. Director of medicine at Carbon Health, Greg Burrell advises on consulting your doctor before you follow as this as there is not enough data collected till now about intermittent fasting.
- Using CBD for Health:
Cannabidioil is used largely to treat migraines, insomnia and many other ailments. Jannette Nesheiwat, MD, who is a emergency and family physician, that CBD does not necessarily have multiple health benefits but using CBD oil can relieve pain of the muscles, joints and also can deal with anxiety.
- Genetic testing for Well-being:
Genetic testing has gained popularity only in the recent times. This was done only in specialized research centers before but is now rampant. Though this testing has its own set of benefits but too much information, most of the times, creates a different set of problems. This does work well only when absolutely necessary but can be problematic if this testing is carried out for any small ailment, according to Dr. Sarin.
- Virtual Fitness for General Health:
Interactive workout equipment, live-streaming classes or a gym environment at home is always a convenience. This is one way to ensure your comfort when you are working-out as you can do so from the comfort of your home, as advised by Dr. Sarin.
- Following the Keto Diet:
Keto Diet is become a trend for most of the health-conscious individuals. This diet is believed to be a high-fat, low-carb diet which helps you lose excessive weight in a healthy manner. This also tends to decrease the risks of diseases which are associated with being over-weight. According to Dr, Nesheiwat, there is no clinical evidence of the many benefits of this Keto Diet. There are chances of doing more harm than good to your health if you do not consume the right proteins and fats. Experts have cautioned against a rise in cholesterol and an increase in the risk of heart disease with too much of saturated fats which are consumed during the Keto diet.
It is advisable to consult your doctor before you follow this diet as this can save you from uncalled for complications with your health.
- Meditation for Mental and Physical Health:
Meditation does improve the psychological balance and helps you to cope with different ailments and pains. The MD of EHE Health, Dr. Seema Sarin, advises on this meditation which can also be followed by using the different apps available.
Following Wellness trends for 2019: