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The Best Ways to Manage Stress

Jun 14, 2016 4:23:01 PM / by staff posted in Lifestyle and Behavior, Stress Management

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Stress is pervasive. It effects absolutely everyone, knowing no boundaries. While a small amount of stress can actually motivate you to take positive action in your life, too much stress can weigh on you like an illness. In fact, stress does contribute to several types of mental health disorders, including anxiety and depression. And if left unaddressed, too much stress can actually cause physical health concerns, even increasing your risk for heart disease.

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NES miHealth Provides Effective Biofeedback for Energizing Stress Release

Oct 30, 2014 5:37:53 PM / by staff posted in Health and Aging, Stress Management

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NES miHealth is a handheld biofeedback device that helps recharge your energy levels. The NES miHealth uses a non-invasive, highly effective approach to easing stress, releasing blocked energy, correcting energy flow within the body, and re-educating muscles, nerves and organs to improve overall health and well-being.

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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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Combating Stress during Medical Weight Loss

Dec 27, 2012 3:11:09 PM / by staff posted in Stress Management, Weight Loss

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Everyone stresses. It is something that each of us experience in our own way, and it is for the best. In the right proportions, stress is actually a good thing. It motivates us to wake up in the morning, keeps us on our toes when we would otherwise give up and can even inspire you to take a leap of faith and make big changes in your life. It might have even been stress over your health and appearance that caused you to try medical weight loss in Rochester Hills.

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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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Increased Stress Levels Causing Spurt of Health Problems

Oct 21, 2012 11:12:34 AM / by staff posted in Lifestyle and Behavior, stress, Stress Management

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For stress management in Rochester Hills, it is time to start focusing on your health.

As a culture, Americans are more stressed out than ever before. Some experts have gone so far as to refer to anxiety as an epidemic in the United States. Difficult economic times only add to this fretful nature, as financial and career stress top the list of problems Americans can’t stop thinking about.

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