Is 23 and 1/2 hours to sit and sleep enough for you?
“Do you think you can limit your sitting and sleeping to 23 and a half hours a day?”
SEE the ORIGINAL, ARTSY, COOL Miracle Cure and REMEDY that went VIRAL + makes the BIGGEST difference to your health. Seriously, worth clicking to watch–instead of running away, Y’all :).
MORE THAN 3 MILLION HITS CUZ THIS VIDEO IS SOOO ‘FREAKIN FAB’!
Out of my alma mater, U of T and early nursing stomping grounds– meet Dr. Mike Evans an Associate Professor of Family Medicine and Public Health at the University of Toronto, and a staff physician at St. Michael’s Hospital.
As soon as I saw it, I got up off my tushy -booty, and did a 30 minute walk at home practice, with Leslie Sansone, the queen of indoor walking. Sitting disease. I am working on it too. WE are all in this together.
Hope you get up too, soon as you watch the vid. You know the tune, “STAND UP FOR YOUR LIFE”.
Blissings to you Dr. Mike. OH CANADA! Do check out his website here for more of some of the BEST health information online.
PLUS gratitude to Jane McDonald at Mad Marketing & Design for turning me on to Dr. Mike.
FOR NURSES who want more complementary remedies, consider coming to one of my trainings with me in person at the beach or in the mountains, OR an online downloadable program you can do at home. Learn an easy, proven, accredited care plan– 30 MINUTES to round out 23 and a half hours, and get moving.
Is 23 and 1/2 hours to sit and sleep enough for you? – http://t.co/6Xe9zes57s via @theYogaNurse lucky if I get 90 minutes sleep!
— Liz Rukeyser Johnson (@LizRukeyser) November 1, 2013
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This is a great reminder, Annette! I loved this video when I first saw it… thanks for sharing this for me to view again. I agree that we all struggle a bit with this. The days I work at home in my “home office” I definitely sit a bit. But I love getting up and walking with the doggies; going into my huge great room that has a hard wood floor and huge mirror and doing some DANCING!; and stretching and breathing with Yoga. Thanks for reminding us to get up and moving!! Have a healthy day, Elizabeth
Thanks Elizabeth. YOU are an inspiring living example for nurses and our patients, AND our fab at teaching how to avoid “sitting disease.” Truly love that you cared to post.
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