There’s no question you already know you should be working out on a regular basis.
Empowering Effective Communication. Mark B. Borg, Jr., Ph.D, Grant H. Brenner, MD, and Daniel Berry, RN, MHA.
Not only is it a tasty treat for many, chocolate also boasts certain health benefits when consumed in moderation. Dark chocolate the healthiest variety promotes physical health and even functions as an aid for combatting foul moods and stress.
With the holiday season fast approaching, many of us are firmly entrenched in the excitement, anticipation, and busyness of this time of year.
The holidays are here and it’s the happiest time of the year! Except the holiday season is also known for higher rates of depression and suicide. This seems like conflicting information during this time of year, but it’s pretty accurate. However, few people stop to think about what influences these statistics. Here are some ideas that may be contributing to the phenomenon.
It seems that every time someone brings up mental illness it becomes the giant elephant in the room.
They say I’m boring. The truth is my physician said that my meals are boring. He asked me to cook differently to avoid health issues.
As we well know, while the holidays can be a source of joy for many people, the holidays are also a source of sadness for many others.
Many of you may be questioning the importance of exercise when you suffer from depression, anxiety, or diseases with a chronic pain diagnosis.
It’s not easy to eat mindfully during the holidays! The good news is that it is possible. Here are a few simple psychological tips that can help you avoid overeating while still mindfully eating the foods you love.