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How to Make Any Day Amazing

Jun 8, 2016 3:10:56 PM / by staff posted in Behavioral Health, Lifestyle and Behavior

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Isn’t it wonderful when you wake up with that feeling of everything going your way? The alarm doesn’t startle you awake, the sun isn’t glaring in your eyes, your morning coffee is just as you like it and your clothes don’t have a wrinkle in sight. If every morning went smoothly it would be easy to keep a positive attitude day after day. Unfortunately, most of our mornings are going to hit little pitfalls, whether it be traffic or an argument with a coworker. This is no reason to let your day spiral out of control! Focusing on the little positives in your life can help you make every day feel a little bit more amazing.

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Staying Motivated through it All

May 25, 2016 3:18:28 PM / by staff posted in Behavioral Health, Lifestyle and Behavior

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It isn’t always easy to stay motivated. Life has a way of throwing curve balls at you when you least expect them—not to mention are least prepared for them. When you are participating in any sort of wellness program, either an anti-aging program or weight loss program, keeping your motivation level up is important.

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Getting Motivated for the Long-Run

Mar 23, 2016 2:05:16 PM / by staff posted in Behavioral Health, Weight Loss

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It is often said that the first step is the most difficult, but when it comes to losing weight this is only partially true. Getting started with a weight loss program does take a leap of faith, and for some people it is this first step that takes the longest and requires the most courage, but once you get going on your weight loss program you need to keep your motivation level up, otherwise you can easily fall off track and never make it to your end goal.

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Emotional Eating or True Hunger?

Mar 17, 2015 10:18:08 PM / by staff posted in Behavioral Health, Weight Loss

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Food is supposed to be something we use to satisfy our hunger and provide our bodies with valuable vitamins and nutrients. But for many people, food has become more than just fuel for the daily activities of life.

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Strike a Pose—Why Yoga is a Good Idea

Aug 25, 2013 11:31:58 AM / by staff posted in Behavioral Health, Healthy Living, Lifestyle and Behavior, Weight Loss Exercise

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Regardless of how many workout trends have come and gone, yoga has survived for thousands of years for a very good reason: it offers a number of benefits that other exercises do not. In addition to helping with weight loss, yoga is excellent for stress management–practicing this ancient activity can help you develop a more toned body and a calmer state of mind.

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Emotional Eating: A Weight Loss Obstacle

Feb 1, 2013 9:36:00 AM / by staff posted in Behavioral Health, Weight Loss

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Stress, anger, loneliness, frustration, boredom, sadness—each of these can be a catalyst for emotional eating, which plagues many weight loss hopefuls with habitual overeating. When we’ve had a hard day or are coping with unpleasant feelings, we often seek solace in unhealthy treats (a.k.a. comfort foods), but this will do no good for your progress with weight loss in Rochester, MI.

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Chronic Fatigue-Fighting Tricks

Jul 9, 2012 10:03:12 AM / by staff posted in Behavioral Health, Fatigue, Functional Medicine

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While you seek treatment for chronic fatigue it helps to have a few energy boosting tricks on-hand throughout the day. Depending on the severity of your chronic fatigue symptoms, some simple fatigue-fighting tricks can re-energize your body and mind, helping you to feel less tired and more motivated throughout the day.

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Increase Your Workplace Well-Being

Apr 10, 2012 4:45:45 PM / by staff posted in Behavioral Health, healthy lifestyle, Lifestyle and Behavior

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Getting up every morning for work is hard enough as it is. Just thinking about maneuvering amongst half-asleep Rochester drivers in traffic to get to work on time is enough to make you stay in bed. It isn’t until you walk through the office doors that you realize this is only the beginning. You still have a whole eight hours of co-workers, phones ringing and busywork to deal with. Managing your stress level and maintaining a sense of calm at work seems nearly impossible in this day and age.

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Decrease Stress with Laughter

Mar 16, 2012 4:52:28 PM / by staff posted in Behavioral Health, Lifestyle and Behavior

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Doctors in the United States see more cases of stress-related illnesses than anything else. From low immunity to heart disease and cancer, stress causes a disruption in your body's normal function, which can prevent you from living life to the fullest. But if stress is a poison, laughter may be the antidote.

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Managing Stress with an Anti-Anxiety Diet

Feb 7, 2012 12:43:43 PM / by staff posted in Behavioral Health, Lifestyle and Behavior

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Many people who are looking for stress management in Rochester might not realize that one of the greatest ways to reduce stress and anxiety is right under their nose. The foods that we consume each and every day play a vital role in creating stress or increasing happiness, and can act as a great supplement to treatment for anxiety in Rochester. The best foods are generally ones free from sodium, processed sugar and trans fat. The best foods are almost always whole, unprocessed and full of vitamins and healthy fats. Here is a guide to the foods to include in your diet to reduce anxiety, and the foods to avoid that only increase stress and anxiety in the body.

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