I have had horrible RSI and have gotten a lot better — I'm afraid what helped me was being able to take months off typing, and some weekly or biweekly Pilates. Luxury, insofar as `not crippled' is a luxury. I don't know what you can do while you have acute RSI, because every body is different etc etc., but this is what I came up with at the time:
Nobody is naysaying the wonders of modern medicine—what would we do without a medication like penicillin to treat infections? But, as it turns out, everyday items have secret curing powers, too. Next time you don’t want to fork over money to get a common wart removed, consider using duct tape. Already popped two aspirin but can’t get rid of the headache?
Nothing is more frustrating than not being able to sleep. Tossing and turning. Your mind is racing, going over everything that happened today.
If you’re starting to lose your motivation to exercise at this time of year, don’t throw in the towel—just grab a chair. You can use it to change up your workout and increase calorie burn. Kick off your shoes and get situated in your family room or basement (you’ll need enough space to kick your leg back while standing by the chair). Do this routine twice a week and you should see results just in time for the holiday season! 1. Glute Kicks AFacing the chair, bend at your waist and place your hands flat down near the edge of the seat. 15 Minute Workout - Denise Austin 15 Minute Chair Workout - Womans Day
Why take pills if you can eat these 11 everyday foods that can help cure most common illnesses?
Yoga Poses to Relieve Pain, Calm Anxiety and More - iVillage
You can slather yourself from your forehead to your pinkie toe in organic lotions, but if you think that alone will make you glow, we have some bad news. From its well documented health benefits to its undeniable impact on physical beauty, good nutrition is the pillar of every kind of healthy lifestyle. That doesn't mean you need to swear off bacon and beer or anything. The trick is finding the right balance. But with new studies coming out every month about what we should put in our mouths—not to mention the unending discovery of mysterious superfruits from deep in the forests of wherever—it can be hard to keep track of what, exactly, we should be eating. To simplify things, here's a can't-go-wrong shopping list.
In my quest to strike a middle ground between eating out and eating sprouts, I’ve done GOOP’s liquid harvest (yay!) and I’ve gone gluten free (boo!). GOOP’s veggie-heavy eating made me a ball of energy who came thisclose to grabbing people on the L train and telling them, “TRY THIS! IT WILL CHANGE YOUR LIFE!”
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