Health Coach.

Wellness incorporates many facets of our daily lives. From the amount of sleep to the water we drink, to the food that we eat and the activity that we maintain, our health is dependent upon many factors of our lifestyle. Working to improve our wellness could be difficult to achieve on our own. That is

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Health Coaching.

Do you find it difficult to stay excited when attempting to make changes to your health? Are you aware that changes should be made in your daily life but you don’t know where to begin? When so then wellness coaching might just be the solution you’ve been seeking. Wellness coaching is a service provided by

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Gold’s Gym Health Coach.

In today’s fast paced world our busy lives leave little time, energy, or motivation for individuals  to focus on their own needs. Those that do seek to improve their wellness traditionally turn to friends, family, professionals and published materials for support and information. All too often those support structures fail to make a lasting difference.

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Measuring Wellness Program Results.

Information to evaluate your program comes from routinely accumulated screening and follow-up data of your program that look at process and outcomes of your program. The Worker Health Program has available a computerized case-management system which includes queries that allow easy assessment of process and outcome results at any point in time. Process Analysis Process

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Wellness Program Follow-Up.

The keys to a successful wellness program are persistent one-on-one outreach and follow-up counseling to encourage health improvement, adherence to treatment programs, changes in lifestyle behaviors, and to prevent relapse. Periodic outreach and follow-up procedures provide employees with a safety net which keeps them involved in the program and avoids treatment dropout and relapse. Counselors

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Wellness Program – Choices Matter.

The menu approach offers workers a range of options to support lifestyle changes. It authorizes people  to choose the kind of help that suits their schedules and preferences. The four basic types of programs include – • Courses • Minigroups • Guided self help • Individual counseling Classes Classes (8 or more) may be an

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Wellness Programs and Stress Management.

The educational program should include approaches to stress awareness/reduction at the environmental level and at the individual level. Social, physical, and organizational stressors ought to be explained and methods to ease or elevate stressors ought to be presented. At the individual level how changes in attitudes and behaviors help one to cope with stressors; learning

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Wellness Programs and Nutrition Education.

A nutrition education program ought to include a nutritional needs assessment, education counseling, and referral as necessary. Educational sessions and materials should include the following information – • the relationship of nutrition and chronic illnesss • Improving consuming patterns • Relationship of nutrition and proper weight maintenance • Exercise • Stress • Blood pressure •

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Wellness Programs and Smoking Cessation.   

It is advised that tobacco use cessation programs subscribe to the Code of Practice for Tobacco use Cessation Programs. Tobacco use cessation programs must be multi-component with a focus on skills to build positive voluntary behavior change practices. Useful techniques include establishing reasons for quitting, understanding the use of tobacco habit, various techniques for stopping

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Wellness Programs and Fitness Programs.

Participatory exercise programs should include education on benefits of regular physical activity and risks of a sedentary lifestyle, its impact on cardiovascular health and illnesses, its relationship with weight control and stress management, and aerobic exercise options. Discussion and practice of safe principles of exercise – warm up, cool down, frequency, intensity, duration, flexibility and

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