Jan 04, 2017
Every New Year’s Eve, many people create lists of resolutions that are often forgotten several weeks into the New Year. The most common aims are related to diet, exercise and self-improvement. Dr. Stephan Kamholz, Chair of the Department of Medicine at Maimonides, offers suggestions that will help you reach your goals in 2017 and make those resolutions stick.
“Most of us try to make too many changes at once,” says Dr. Kamholz. “It’s important to set modest and realistic goals so we don’t set ourselves up for failure. You can also set small, incremental goals within a larger goal.”
Many of us get lazy in the winter months, spend more time indoors and pay less attention to staying fit. For most people, it only takes a few small changes to reverse this and improve overall health and wellness.
If you have a health issue or chronic condition, Dr. Kamholz advises that you follow ...