Healthy living is an ongoing process.
To be healthy, you must focus, not only on the body, but also on the mind. Recent trends in healthcare make it clear that preventing illness and disease are excellent ways to promote better health. We have compiled a number of self-management tools to help members develop more healthy lifestyles.
Are you interested in enrolling in a Wellness Program? Download the Healthy Living Self-Management Guide.
Around 50 million Americans suffer from hypertension.
Hypertension is a major risk factor for myocardial infarction, stroke, and renal disease. Monitoring this blood pressure can help improve health outcomes.
Eating right means enjoying balanced meals made with fresh, healthy ingredients. It also means getting plenty of water and not eating too much processed food. Check out our Weekly Meal Planner.
Want to improve your diet?
Use our Interactive Healthy Eating tool to plan better by assessing the number of calories present in the different foods you eat.
A key part of a healthy lifestyle is physical activity. Are you getting enough? Use the resource below to find out if you are ready for more exercise.
Exercise for a Healthier Lifestyle!
Use our Physical Activity Tool to help you figure out the things that keep you from exercising and get information about how to increase exercise and improve your health.
About 50% of people in the U.S. will deal with a mental health condition during their lifetime. Mental wellness is important to everyone. The first step to better mental health can be realizing that you have a mental health condition, screening tools can help with diagnosis and recovery.
Our Depressive Symptoms tool can help you figure out whether you should talk to a professional about it.
The human body responds to worry, fear, and other emotions, by releasing chemicals in to the blood stream. These stress chemicals (adrenaline, cortisol, & norepinephrine), can cause problems ranging from increased illness and fatigue, to negative outcomes, such as heart attack, kidney disease, and stroke.
Our Stress Management Tool can help you assess the level of stress in your life in the last month.
Body mass index (BMI) should be measured every two years.
When BMI is outside of the normal weight range, health risks may increase. Awareness of this measure can help you make changes that promote a healthier lifestyle.