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Kristie Leong M.D. Aug 17
A Japanese study found that in for 15 minutes was linked with a: 16% drop in hormones, like cortisol 4% drop in heart rate 2% drop in Take advantage of this free therapy!
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Tim Buckle Aug 23
Been a tough week but it’s the weekend now and it’s time to try and relax!!
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Paul Sarvadi Aug 21
Burnout is a growing phenomenon. How does your company address burnout?
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Kristie Leong M.D. Aug 21
It's surprising how eliminating "stuff" can lighten your load. Sometimes, we create by over-complicating our lives & accumulating too many things. Take a fresh look at your living & work surroundings. Are there things you can donate?
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Kris Aug 23
Last minute looking for the perfect holiday home not too far from Monza...
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Anne Scottlin Aug 21
❦A quiet journey—in reality or imagination—unwinds the frantic knots of the mind. ~Anne Scottlin
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Ashifa 24h
Feeling Feeling with padips😞😞
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Xilimyth Aug 20
Really fighting that validity thing today. Day's only 3 hours in too.
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Beth Frates, MD 8h
Tips for building to (Lifestyle Medicine Handbook pg 288) Adopt an attitude of gratitude Be altruistic rather than self-centered Retain a capacity for wonder+delight in life Find a purpose in life Keep a healthy sense of modesty about accomplishments+ goals
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Gareth D Morewood Aug 23
Delighted to be en route to Dubai and working with on and Also looking forward to catching up with &
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Lori Shemek, PhD Aug 16
When fat cells become insensitive to insulin = weight gain + inflammation + potential health conditions such as . Dietary triggers (fructose, wheat and industrial seed oils), , poor , gut dysbiosis & environmental toxins all promote weight gain.
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Behindwoods Aug 23
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Sanvello Aug 21
From mental slowdown to memory loss: How affects your behavior and health:
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Kristie Leong M.D. Aug 18
Two ways eases : * Activates the parasympathetic nervous system, the rest-and-relax component. * Lowers the stress hormone cortisol. So, take an outdoor break today!
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James Brookhouse Aug 23
Things you need just before your wedding a) a good nights sleep b) cancelling your honeymoon flight
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Almudena Berzosa Aug 22
will affect your hand, eye coordination and your reaction time. But the impact is NOT always negative. Stress is a burst of energy that in the right doses, helps you to improve your performance and increase your motivation.
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Mayo Clinic Aug 21
: When your and personal life are out of balance, your level is likely to soar. But you can apply specific strategies to help you strike a balance.
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Corgli & Co Aug 21
Lalala. (This poster is back in the shop!!!)
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Kayla & Dave - Grace Scent Essentials 10h
and no longer an issue? It must be the work of Lavender essential oil!
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Kristie Leong M.D. Aug 20
There’s something magical about in the woods. Studies show forest walking eases & lowers & heart rate. Trees release chemicals called phytnocides that reduce hormones & boost NK cells that fight viruses.
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