How many steps do you have to walk to prevent remaining 7 diseases?

Depression4000 (steps)/(minutes of moderate-intense activities)
Heart diseases /Stroke / Cognitive impairment5000/7.5
Osteoporosis /Fracture /Some Cancers7000/15
Dyslipidemia (abnormal amount of fat and/or cholesterol) /Type II Diabetes / High Blood Pressure:8000/20

It seems difficult to walk 8000 steps suddenly so for the first step, it is important to increase 2000 more steps than now because the risk that diseases occur reduces significantly every 2000 steps.

Also it is important to contain moderate-intense activities which give you a little more burden in your daily life. Fast walking is the speed that you can’t sing but talk somehow. If you can’t talk, it is too intense. Walking with 3 to 4 inches wider stroke tends to become moderate-intense. When we walk with wider stroke, we can walk faster automatically.


 

WELLNESS WORKSHOPS

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Welcome to

Wellness Wednesday

featuring

Words of Peace

4:30 - 5:30

 

 Listening Hour for Peace & Wellbeing

 .... empowering a feeling of personal peace within you

Content differs each time, providing a quiet healing interval within your day.

You may enhance your immune system - find a key to good health - dissolve outmoded thought patterns - simply feel good - experience your own unique qualities - discover your innate goodness and beauty - be pleasantly surprised !

Hi all, hope all is well.  Feel free to take in some of next week's peacecast.tv.  Peace Day is Wednesday, September 21 .... This year a 48 hour Webcast starts at 8am Eastern on Tue, Sep 20 and goes until 8am Eastern, Thu, Sep 22.
Take good care,

~ Ann

The International Day of Peace was established in 1981 by the UN General Assembly. Two decades later, in 2001, the General Assembly unanimously voted to designate the Day  September 21 as a period of non-violence and cease-fire.

The UN invites all nations and people to honor a cessation of hostilities during the Day and commemorate the Day through education and public awareness on issues related to peace.

 

We have a new reading room

We have a new cozy reading room!

Please visit A Sacred Place Wellness Center throughout these frigid winter months and take advantage of our new addition - a cozy little nook & reading room. We have been blessed with a recent donation of books from the original owner/director Donna Lee Caramello. Her family has asked that these books be put to good use as a dedicated lending library in her name!  So when it's cold outside (or raining!), please come in to cuddle up, warm up and read a good book or look at the wide range of topics centered on wellness.



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                                                A  Sacred Place Wellness Center

                                                2 East India Square/Museum Place Mall Unit 112

                                                Salem, MA 01970

For more information about these activities, call A Sacred Place Wellness Center at

978-744-1600

 

 

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