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stress

Counterbalance Anxiety With Balanced Nutrition

by Jessica Malen

If you’re coping with anxiety or other stress disorders, it’s important to know that the food you eat can drastically affect your mood. There are certain foods you might want to avoid and others you could incorporate into your life… Continue Reading →

Chronic Stress and the Love of a Good Dog

by Tom Ersin

Fido Dog Years ago, our family moved back to Michigan from North Hollywood, California, a suburb of Los Angeles. My wife, Norma, was in our Dodge Omni with the two kids. I was leading the way in a giant U-Haul… Continue Reading →

Excess Stress Might Affect How Our Bodies Digest Healthy Food

by Jen Bucciarelli

Rampant stress can wreak havoc in our bodies. In surplus, stress has been known to facilitate internal changes that can sometimes lead to illness. But a recent, small, exploratory study suggests stress can also impact healthy eating. Published in the… Continue Reading →

4 Mini Challenges for a Healthy Holiday Season

by Jen Bucciarelli

A Mini Challenge is a small achievable action that supports your overall health and wellbeing. This winter, see if you can accomplish the four Mini Challenges below – one for each week of the month. We wish you and your… Continue Reading →

Let’s Feel Merry and Bright This Holiday Season

by Kim Bielenda

The holiday season is upon us. This means a time for joy, celebration and reuniting with family and friends. While this may be true, the holidays can also bring increased stress and anxiety. Long, chaotic shopping trips, multiple obligations, lack… Continue Reading →

Forgiveness Can Be a Great Stress Buster

by Maya Munot

Did you know that continually nurturing grudges and negative feelings of resentment can keep your stress levels high and come at an emotional and physiological cost like premature death? All it takes to bring those stress levels down is forgiveness. Forgiveness is… Continue Reading →

Have a Heart: Limit Long Working Hours

by Jessica Malen

Studies Show Long Working Hours Can Be More Destructive Than Productive We’ve known for a long time that overworking oneself can lead to a plethora of negative consequences, such as stress, anxiety and now heart disease. Even though this information… Continue Reading →

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