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As they get older, many people worry about the condition of their brain. They fear their brain will no longer be as sharp as it once was. The thought of losing the cognitive ability they had in their youth feels like losing themselves. You may have noticed, though, that it does not happens to everyone.
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You probably already know that you should manage your stress level. After all, it is widely acknowledged that stress has been linked to many of the most common health problems.[1] But have you ever considered that stress is a problem linked to your body’s energy system? In traditional Asian medicine, the flow of life energy,
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I believe everyone can integrate multiple one-minute excercise sessions into their day. Read on.(Photo by @beachbumledford via Twenty20) When people comment about not getting enough exercise, they usually say they can’t develop a good exercise routine because they don’t have enough time. I can sympathize with this to some degree since people today are indeed
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If you have ever felt confused or even intimidated by how to start eating healthy, you are not alone. There are thousands of articles, books, and infinite resources of information on the topic—all of which can be overwhelming off the bat! However, the reality is: Healthy eating is simple, easy, and approachable. All you need
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Photo Source: Stock) Working well with your own emotions is key to creating a healthy, happy life. Psychologist Dr. Daniel Goleman coined the famous term emotional intelligence in his book by that name. It refers to the ability to perceive, control, and evaluate emotions. I believe that emotional intelligence becomes even more important as we
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There are man reasons why so many patients ignore their doctors’ weight loss advice. (Photo: iStock) It shouldn’t be surprising to learn that doctors and healthcare providers are often frustrated when patients with eating and weight concerns don’t follow their advice. They caution and cajole, nudge, and lecture these patients about the importance of weight
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The holidays can be challenging for people in recovery. (Photo source: iStock) The holidays can present difficult challenges for people in recovery from drug or alcohol use disorder. Even in the best of times, people may experience anxiety and stress related to the holiday season whether due to increased family time, travel fatigue, or unrealistic
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When hangover symptoms last several days or get worse as time goes on, it could indicate alcohol withdrawal. (Photo source: iStock) Have you ever over-indulged, drinking four or even more alcoholic beverages in a short period of time. And then got up the next morning with a headache, nausea, and generally feeling run down the
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Photo source: iStock Permission is a heavy word. When we are young and have little agency, permission takes on the most superficial meaning: asking for something tangible. It’s innately tied to something we want in the hopes of bettering the moment. As we grow and our desires begin to intertwine with those around us, permission
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You can have fun and stay safe too, Here’s how, (Photo source: iStock) The pandemic is changing the way we celebrate Halloween this year. Findings from a recent nationally representative survey found that 70% of moms are planning to celebrate Halloween with their children. And, a Harris poll found that “74% of millennial moms and
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