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3 Energy Boosting Tips

Mar 2, 2015 9:07:35 PM / by staff posted in Healthy Living, Lifestyle and Behavior

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The afternoon energy slump is a common problem. By 3 or 4 o'clock in the afternoon, you feel like you need a nap, but you still have several hours in the day that require you to be at your best. Learn how to make short-term and long-term changes that can boost your energy at the end of the day.

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Success Strategies from Winning Losers

Feb 27, 2015 2:33:50 PM / by staff posted in healthy lifestyle, Lifestyle and Behavior

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If you want to know how to lose weight and keep it off, why not ask 5000 people who have maintained at least 30lbs of weight loss for over 12 months?  Since 1994, Rena Wing, Ph.D. and James O. Hill, Ph.D. have maintained the National Weight Control Registry (NWCR), an ongoing project that tracks people who have achieved long-term weight loss.

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Elimination Diet to Remove Toxins

Aug 13, 2014 10:45:58 AM / by staff posted in Lifestyle and Behavior, Nutrition

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Help Your Body Heal Naturally

One of the simplest yet truest health-related aphorisms is this: “You are what you eat.” Quite simply, every food or beverage you consume has an effect on your body and your health, and every day, you could be making food choices that are having a very negative effect on your health and even your lifespan.

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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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Be Anti-Stress during Anti-Aging Therapy

Jun 15, 2013 10:14:24 AM / by staff posted in Lifestyle and Behavior, stress, Stress Management

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Stress is an inevitable part of our lives, but it can also be a detrimental one. When stress builds up, it can affect our health and happiness in countless different ways, even speeding up some of the negative effects of the aging process.

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Five Ways Stress Speeds Up Time

May 30, 2013 10:07:25 AM / by staff posted in free radicals, Lifestyle and Behavior, stress, Stress Management, young low t

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Stress is any source of external pressure that weighs upon another object. The stress we deal with in our lives often manifests both physically and mentally, breaking down our bodies, our minds and overall health.

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Yoga Provides Mental and Physical Benefits

May 15, 2013 9:45:03 AM / by staff posted in healthy lifestyle, Healthy Living, Lifestyle and Behavior, Stress Management

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Just the thought of exercise can be tiring. Common workouts like running and weightlifting leave us sore and exhausted, even if the feeling is satisfying. The “no pain, no gain” mentality is widespread at the gym, suggesting that it’s impossible to build your fitness without putting your body through the wringer.

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Preserve Your Memory during Anti-Aging Therapy

Apr 30, 2013 2:32:42 PM / by staff posted in Anti Aging, Lifestyle and Behavior

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As you approach the changes of andropause or menopause in Rochester Hills, you may notice that your memory isn’t as sharp is it once was. Perhaps you sometimes forget where you put your keys, miss an appointment you’ve had scheduled for weeks or can’t recall the name of someone you’ve met before. These are things we all experience with age, and though they can be alarming, they do not mean that you’re on the road to dementia—rather, they are signs of normal changes in the aging brain.

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Using Fitness to Unwind

Mar 28, 2013 2:24:40 PM / by staff posted in Anti Aging, healthy lifestyle, Lifestyle and Behavior

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Absolutely everyone is exposed to stress, but we all handle it in different ways. Unfortunately, most people find unhealthy ways to cope with their stress. Emotional eating, tobacco use and excessive drinking are all avenues people use to handle stress, whether it is from work, relationship troubles or countless other problems.

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When Depression Gets Worse

Nov 2, 2012 11:17:05 AM / by staff posted in Lifestyle and Behavior, Stress Management

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Getting enough sleep, following a proper diet and using techniques for stress management in Rochester Hills can help improve depression.

Sometimes things get worse before they get better. This is a story that most people with depression know all too well. Depression is sometimes prompted by a traumatic or emotionally trying event that takes a great deal of time to overcome.

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