As we brave through the aftermath of a global pandemic, we might experience changes that we have difficulties assimilating into. Managing our sleep patterns might be one such our bodies might have trouble coping with.
The COVID-19 virus has left its mark on the whole world. It has disrupted everything in our lives, from traveling, to shopping, to work, and even our businesses. But, how about you? Have you been affected by it?
We live in a fast-paced world where the weight of everyday demands is real and exhausting.
There's a surge in stress-related disorders of all kinds for all ages, primarily working adults who may suffer from symptoms of depression, feelings of anxiety, and attention disorders.
While Alex Loh sees clients in and out of the beloved NovoTHOR red light therapy pod at Core Collective, he plays a huge role in cultivating our community and sprouting collaborative opportunities within our space. He also runs Kampung Collective, a support network for community builders across Asia.
As global communities near the end of an unprecedented pandemic that has massively shaken the faculties of the international economy, political bodies around the world are taking collective measures to mitigate the current economic conditions from worsening, and to restart the battered post-COVID market.
As the COVID-19 outbreak continues to evolve, there's been a growing influx of people who have leaned towards more natural remedies to help boost their immune system. Many, especially in oriental Asian countries, have turned to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) to treat symptoms of cold, cough, and flu. But what is it about TCM that makes it a preferred choice of treatment especially at this current moment?
With no news of gyms reopening anytime soon, at-home workouts will continue to remain a part of our fitness routines in the weeks to come. While many of you are doing your best to make the most out of minimal or no-equipment workouts, it might be disheartening to feel helplessly unable to physically challenge yourself without your usual gym equipment and think that you’re losing progress with every day that goes by.
For those of you who thought finding love in Singapore was difficult enough in the pre-COVID days, this current period of social isolation and distancing brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic probably hasn’t made it any easier.
Getting strong and looking lean boils down to one thing: muscle hypertrophy. It’s the increase and growth of muscle cells resulting in an increase in muscular size achieved through exercise.