Tagged: emotional stress

Doctor, There Is Something Wrong With Me!

Doctor, There Is Something Wrong With Me!

I just received three phone calls today from women who were desperately searching for answers to their crazy behaviors and why they don’t feel like themselves.  You may be in the same situation.  Do the following scenarios sound familiar?

  • If you are tired, stressed out, constantly battling weight and with a sex drive that is either gone south or off the planet, there is hope.
  • If you are yelling and screaming at your kids and husband for no apparent reason, there is a reason.
  • If you are in pain during your menstrual cycle so severe that you have to stay home from […]

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A Better Way to Manage Stress – Mindfulness

A Better Way to Manage Stress – Mindfulness

Stress is a fact of life, but how we manage our response to stress is a matter of a healthy life.  What exactly is mindfulness and how does it impact your mental, emotional, physical and spiritual well-being?

Mindfulness is simply bringing your full awareness, your attention, to the present moment and noticing how you are feeling – physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually.  It is noticing what you are thinking, the attitude you are holding in that particular situation.  What are you aware of in your surrounding environment?

All your senses come into play in this simply act of mindfulness.  Mindfulness is like […]

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Brain Health? A Real “No-Brainer”

Brain Health?  A Real “No-Brainer”

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Are you surprised to learn that what’s good for your brain is good for your metabolism, organ systems and total body health?  Consider reading Dr. Daniel Amen’s book, “Change Your Brain Change Your Body.”

You can create a higher functioning brain along with a more youthful body by following sound principles of mind-body medicine.  Dr. Daniel Amen, author of “Change Your Brain, Change Your Life”,  has viewed over 55,000 brain scans (SPECT) looking for trouble with specific brain systems.  The brain imaging work has opened a new window into why people do what […]

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