Are you sick and tired of being sick and tired?
When I was working my 8-5, I got sick multiple times a year. I washed my hands frequently, exercised and considered myself pretty healthy overall. I remember wondering why some people in the office seemed to get sick and others didn’t. 
 
In the 4 years since leaving that profession, I have been sick only twice… 
 
The science is truly compelling when it comes to the correlation between mental and physical health. For me, it is clear that I feel better emotionally.
 
According to an article on News Medical - a depressive mood has been shown to be linked to major changes in cellular immunity. Immune dysregulation as the result of psychological factors, such as unhealthy emotions, could be the underlying mechanism for aging, cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, type 2 diabetes, arthritis, and certain cancers.
 
Conversely, a positive outlook on life has been associated with lower blood pressure, reduced cardiovascular risk, better weight control, healthy blood sugar levels, and increased longevity. 

If you are sick and tired of being sick and tired, take a look at your outlook on life. Are you stressed or anxious? You don’t have to be.
 
Bio: Emily Oliver, Founder of Goals Garden, is a certified master coach and positive psychology trainer. She is a passionate leader, trainer, and coach with multiple years of experience in transformative and personal development coaching. 
 
Prior to creating Goals Garden and her dream career, Emily worked as an Ecommerce marketing manager. Now, her goal is to help others create and foster sustainable happiness and fulfillment; two things that she believes are a basic human right. Emily has worked with companies such as Deloitte, Girls Scouts of South Florida, Camelot Community Care, and Women Elevated. She resides in Boca Raton, Florida, where she enjoys exercising, spending too much time in the sun, and serving as the President of the Boca Raton Holistic Chamber of Commerce.
 
You can schedule a call with Emily at https://calendly.com/goalsgarden
 
Curated and edited by Camille Leon, Founder of the Holistic Chamber of Commerce and the Holistic Education Foundation.