Don't Make New Year's Resolutions.
Make A Plan.
New Year’s resolutions sound good, but most are never accomplished.
About 80% of those intentions fizzle, according to U.S News & World Report. The most popular resolutions as 2019 launched were exercise more, eat healthier, save money and lose weight.
Dr. Elise Herman, Novant Health Psychiatry Division Chair for the Neurosciences and Psychiatry Institute, offered advice on how you can beat the odds and reach your goal.
Many of us set a New Year’s resolution of exercising more. It’s easy to say, but harder to maintain. Here to offer some tips and how you can stick to pursuing that goal is Dr. Eric Warren, medical director of Novant Health Sports Medicine.
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