4 Health and Wellness Trends To Get On Board With This Year

In the world of health and wellness, there is always going to be a new trend, fad, or diet that takes the industry by storm. 

But in a saturated industry, the power of research can help you distinguish between genuine trends and those designed to part you with your cash. By doing what you feel is best for your body and delving into the claims of trends, you can navigate the health and wellness industry with confidence, avoiding common scams and achieving the results you need. 

This post will examine some of the trends in the wellness industry that you can adopt this year. 

Vitamin B12

B12 deficiency can present as low mood, lack of energy, weakness, or muscle issues, for example. It’s estimated that nearly 40% of adults are B12 deficient. This year, there’s a big push toward getting adequate levels of this vital vitamin in your body. Food sources include fish, cheese, milk, eggs, fortified foods, poultry, and salmon, to name a few. Alternatives include supplements to help you boost your levels if you feel you cannot get the required amounts via your diet. 

Cold Plunge Tubs

Cold plunge tubs have been around for a while, and if you’ve been on social media, you’ll have probably seen countless influencers taking a dip and building up their resistance in a cold plunge tub. This trend isn’t new, but it’s gained popularity in recent years due to the recent exposure of the Wim Hof Method. According to some sources, the benefits of a cold plunge tub include improved circulation, immunity, metabolism, and even insulin resistance. However, a cold plunge post-workout can help with delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS), which develops several hours after exercise, making it popular in the strength training community. 

Planking

Did you know many studies have been conducted into the benefits of planking? The results showed that it’s one of the best ways to reduce blood pressure, and it’s also a phenomenal exercise for improving strength and stamina and boosting core stability. 

What’s more, you don’t even need any equipment to get started; simply get in the correct plank position and hold for as long as possible. It’s a simple yet effective exercise that anyone can incorporate into their routine. 

Mobility 

Mobility exercises are not just a trend; they are a crucial part of maintaining health and function as you age. If you’re struggling with a reduced range of motion or stiff muscles and joints, then it’s highly likely you need to work on your mobility. Incorporating these exercises into your routine, whether it’s during workouts or throughout your day, can be hugely beneficial. They improve your workouts and give your body the movement and flexibility it needs to support aging in the long term. 

There are many ways to boost your health and wellness this year. However, knowing which options are scams and not worth your time and energy and which ones will benefit you can help you determine what is best for you and give you the most benefits this year.

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