Mind Body Restoration

Laura Bogh

I enjoy writing about things I have discovered along my own health journey including diet changes, exercising, and ways to make lifestyle changes. You will also find that I write on physical therapy topics, these generally come from several people asking similar questions or a topic that I get excited about. Yes, I am a geek, and I love it!

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The Way You Breathe Matters

It might surprise you to learn that there are multiple ways to breathe and some are better for you than others. After all, it’s such an automatic process, we never give it a second thought. But for many of us, shallow breathing is the way we breathe all the...


Working from Home Cooking Non-Spaghetti

Meal times, and reducing snacking, have been an ongoing trial for me in this Covid era of working from home. When I don’t have meals planned out, I snack and eat more as I am figuring out what my meal is going to be. Both portion size and healthy choices...


Are You Really Ready for Spring?

Spring and fall are one of the busier times of year for rehab professionals because people start their new seasonal activities and get hurt more often as their bodies are not ready for the change. Things like skiing, mountain biking, kayaking, running,...


Five Things I’ve Learned about IBS... My Personal Experience

For the last six years, I have managed Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS). I was formally diagnosed three years ago. In that time, many people have asked me about it hoping to improve their own symptoms. As I have learned from personal experience, there are five...


10 Practices for Reducing Anxiety

Everyone gets nervous from time to time; after all, there are many reasons to feel anxiety these days. But brief situational anxiety passes after its cause is gone. For example, going to the dentist might fill your stomach with butterflies, but once your...


Training Myself to Go to Sleep

We all have busy lives, and I am no exception. In my schedule, I would sometimes only have seven hours available for sleep instead of the recommended eight hours. I do not have time to lie there, waiting to get to sleep. It used to take me 30-45 minutes to...


Cooking Gluten-Free

Several years ago, my doctor said that I needed to be gluten-free to help resolve some issues I was having. As someone who had at least one serving of bread every day and enjoys baking desserts regularly, this was a tough one to swallow. Knowing what I know...


How Covid-19 Changed My Exercise Routine

I am one of those people thatcannot stand going to the gym. My brain gets bored doing repetitions of an exercise, so I’ve had to find other ways to keep active. In the process,I have learned how to keep myself motivated to do an exercise or activity. All of...

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