In today's fast-paced world, our health often takes a back seat. But if you want to feel better and live your best life, there are two critical areas to focus on: what you eat and how you move your body.
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.
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.
Improving your physical function will lead to improved brain efficiency from enhanced biochemistry, circulation and digestion. This makes a great case for getting good at the basics.
Commercial-Passenger – Base Op’s and Ground Crew – Staying Well, Counteracting Degeneration and Injuries
Ground operations and flight support are essential for commercial airlines to function smoothly. Whether you’re handling baggage, refueling aircraft, juggling schedules, cleaning aircraft or getting passengers to their destinations, everyday requirements place constant physical and mental stressors on each team member.
Strategic thinking and packing along with a good sense of humor can be your greatest strengths when it comes to offsetting the many physiological stressors and degenerative impacts of flying at 12,500 – 50,000 feet on a regular basis. Even though you may think your patience is the system that’s most stressed on a regular basis, your Circulatory and Respiratory systems are really the ones most affected, even in pressurized cabins.
Stress, fatigue, airline schedules, weather, maintenance issues and airport demands are the most common stressors affecting pilots and influencing air safety in this sector of aviation. Every day is different, even though your home base and chosen flights may be to the same destination.
Since maintainers, mechanics and other workers are already physically active, perhaps some information about how to increase mental stamina and avoid injuries would be helpful.