Like so many things worth having, good health involves daily steps and choices. Similar to sound financial planning, you’ll earn aggregated rewards – reducing pain, digestive disorders, and many of the degenerative diseases that come from being overweight or obese, and sleeping better.
Omicron has been sweeping across the globe effecting millions. Chances are good that most of us will end up with it as it’s very contagious. Since it’s milder than prior stains, you may feel like you have a cold or flu and you might - they’re also going around! Here are some Wellness suggestions to employ when you’re getting sick or in an acute phase of illness
Even though December can be a stressful month, you can stay on track and even pick up a few new healthy habits.
The country is opening and business is starting to feel like it’s moving again. Now as you’re starting to see the blue skies from airplane seats, think about your well-being and how you would like this new phase of your life to look.
Let’s discuss some easy ways to improve your Immunity, feel better - both physically and mentally - and enjoy getting back into the workplace, going places, and taking charge of your life again.
Keeping aircraft systems, components, and equipment in top working order requires physical and mental sharpness and stamina. All maintainers are already physically active and could use information about injury avoidance and how to stay mentally strong.
Air cargo/freight is highly demanding on ground operations and flight support, as handling materials, staying on schedule, and meeting requirements place enormous stressors, both physically and mentally on everyone. Some of the most common health issues are the effects of overuse and repetitive strain injuries, convenience diets (with associated inflammation) and, deadline-driven stress. Health improvements
Flexibility and strategic thinking are your greatest strengths when it comes to offsetting the many physiological stressors and degenerative impacts of being flight crew members. At 12,500 – 50,000 feet, your circulatory and respiratory systems are most affected, even in pressurized cabins. Supporting blood glucose, adrenal, and gut function will help maintain optimal wellbeing.
Stress and fatigue are some of the most common health issues affecting pilots and influencing air safety. At 12,500 – 50,000 feet above sea level, many factors lead to fatigue and degenerative changes affecting two of your body’s maintenance systems – Circulatory and Respiratory. Solid foundational health is key to having health resiliency and maintaining professional longevity.
Keeping aircraft systems, components, and equipment in top working order requires physical and mental sharpness and stamina. Most in the maintainer arena are already physically active yet probably could use information about injury avoidance and how to stay mentally solid. Some of the most common health stressors are the result of: Repetitive movements and tasks