It is vital for our overall health to find ways to settle and balance ourselves in the midst of sometimes chaotic circumstances. Centering is a key part of my own daily health program.
Even if we are not impacted by the disease itself most of us are experiencing periods of stress caused by the coronavirus pandemic. Chronic stress - persistent and continuous - is its own health threat, but fortunately there are lots of excellent stress management resources online and many of them are free right now. Please send us your suggestions.
The longer this pandemic lasts the more we need to find resources to support us as we shelter in place. Many online options have opened up in the last month. Here are a few suggestions - please send us links to what you are finding helpful.
For a limited time you can still sign up for this one hour live online class and view the recording. I discuss what I call The Stimulation-Sedation Syndrome - a very common habit pattern that controls so many of us and disrupts or natural energy and vitality. Learn what you can do to recharge your life!
Depression is much more common than we realize, especially in its mild to moderate forms. Pharmaceutical drugs are the preferred treatment nowadays, but there are many integrative medicine approaches that can help.
Mild and moderate depression is a common problem for many people, from teens to the aged and everyone in between, but some simple lifestyle changes can help
It seems as though every week there is some new research confirming the negative impact of stress on our health. Stress can come in many forms and often it is quite personal. The good news is that we can learn to manage this mental-emotional part of our lives.
Your stress-management techniques should always contribute to your greater emotional and physical health - change your circumstances or change your responses! Learn to not react, but to respond.