• 10 Promotional Anxiety Balls For Promoting Wellness Awareness Campaigns
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    10 Promotional Anxiety Balls For Promoting Wellness Awareness Campaigns

    It may not come as a surprise to you that among the list of most well-known utilizes of promotional anxiety balls would be to market healthful living. With countless heath themed stress shapes available, this makes sense. Pressure toys come in more than a thousand various shapes and there are plenty of wellness themed shapes. You’ll find anatomical shapes, food shapes and sports shapes simply to name a handful of. Right here I’d prefer to introduce the ten most popular shapes for obtaining healthful living messages out and actually into your target audience’s hands.

    The Fat Belly: This shape has been around for a while and it truly is among my individual favourites. Manufactured in the UK, this major good quality slow release fat belly shaped ball is best for promoting healthful eating and also the affects that over consuming, over drinking and not finding sufficient physical exercise can have on your physique. Print the fat belly with your logo and message for any truly memorable and eye catching promotion.

    Cigarette Pack: The cigarette pack is the very same size as a typical pack of cigarettes and it could be printed up to complete colour with your logo, message and/or information. 1 customer not too long ago printed a image of a diseased lung around the front similar for the warnings which can be now getting displayed on cigarette packs. It was a very effective anti-smoking message and these pressure balls helped give people looking to cease smoking a tension relieving product to utilize as opposed to lighting up.

    Apple Strain Shapes: There are lots of unique fruit shapes like apples, oranges, bananas and strawberries. Apples are the most preferred. All of us know the saying “An apple each day keeps the physician away,” and these shapes get the message across in a fun low cost way. These fun shapes are very well known in schools to market healthy eating.

    Broccoli Shapes: Does your target audience consume adequate greens? With the quite a few distinctive vegetable shapes, broccoli pressure toys will be the most well known.

    Liver Stress Toys: There are actually a number of distinctive liver shapes to choose from. Among the finest is manufactured within the UK. One side in the liver is smooth and healthful hunting when the other appears incredibly sick. They are great for helping persons to know the affect that an excessive amount of drinking can have on their livers.

    Prostate: A lot more guys inside the UK are diagnosed with prostate cancer than any other cancer together with the majority of men getting diagnosed more than the age of 50. A recent campaign employed prostate shaped stress relievers to obtain males within this age group to see their doctors and have a very simple blood test performed to determine if they had the deadly illness. The campaign sought to tell men that they may not have any symptoms and that early detection through a basic blood test could save their lives.… Read More

  • What Does Balance Mean to You?
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    What Does Balance Mean to You?

    I got this in an email today:

    “CBS News reported that a whopping 40% of all cancers are the result of lifestyle factors including:

    • poor diet
    • inactivity
    • stress
    • exposure to carcinogens like pollution and cigarette smoke

    That means that at least 40% of all cancer diagnoses could be prevented if people only knew what foods to eat and how to build awareness around their choices in life.”

    For most of the people I know, this isn’t really new news. In fact, this has been talked about in alternative streams for a while now. The fact the CBS, a mainstream media source, is talking about it shows just how big of a problem we’ve created.

    We teach our kids a lot of things: manners, respect, potty training, mathematics, science, English language and literature, and history, amongst other things. One thing we don’t necessarily teach them is how to prevent illness through a healthy, holistic, balanced lifestyle.

    Part of this is because we have to lead by example. How many people, even the most well-intentioned people, are stressed out? How many people find that they “don’t have the time” to whip up a healthy dinner or to exercise? These are things that matter a great deal to our health and yet they are often lower on the list of priorities than work, recreational activities, and education (which are all admirable pursuits).

    What would it be like if we started relying on ourselves as our first line of defense, instead of on doctors and pharmaceutical drugs? What if we started listening to our own bodies instead of what a newspaper, magazine, or diet book has to tell us? I’m willing to bet there would be a radical shift in healthcare and the general well-being of the entire American populace. Just a guess.

    Here’s some things you can do to help yourself out:

    1. Add more fruits and vegetables to your diet. The number one missing food in the average American diet is GREENS!

    2. Move your body! Do whatever you can, whenever you can. Add in a couple squats and lunges at your desk. Take the stairs instead of the elevator or escalator. A little adds up.

    3. Relax. Take some time to do something leisurely like go for a stroll in the park, relax into a warm bath, read a book, or watch a movie. Laugh a little (try laughter yoga, my new favorite stress-buster!). Look into mindfulness-based stress reduction. Meditate.

    4. Clear the air. Avoid pollution and smog as much as possible. Visit the country to get out of the city. Surround yourself at work and at home with plants that help to green and clean the air you breathe.

    5. If you smoke, do yourself and your family a favor: QUIT! It’s tough, but so is dealing with asthma, lung cancer, and the other side effects smoking can bring. Try some self-hypnosis with Eldon Taylor’s upcoming book: Self-Hypnosis and Subliminal Technologies.

    6. Educate yourself. Watch movies like “Forks … Read More