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1 week ago

The benefits of exercise

Royce Shook · I have been recently diagnosed with Rheumatoid arthritis, which is an autoimmune and inflammatory disease, which means that your immune system attacks healthy cells in your body by mistake, causing inflammation (painful swelling) in the affected parts of the body. RA mainly attac ...

1 year ago

5 tips to manage stress

John Ballem💻(jballem.com) · The key to managing stress is finding positive, healthy outlets. Some people pursue hobbies such as gardening, music, or art. Others manage stress through meditation, yoga or exercise. · Here are five healthy techniques that have been shown to help reduce both short-term and long ...

3 years ago

Do you play?

Royce Shook · As I watch the grandkids in the garden, running through the sprinkler I am delighted by their sense of fun and adventure. I got to thinking as adults how often do we experience that same joy and stress? In times of play which can bring us great stress and/or great joy, we are com ...

3 years ago

Financial Stress: Impacts on Health & Relationships

Royce Shook · In spite of the trade wars and the volitility in the American political system, virtually every economic indicator shows the economy moving in the right direction. Consumer sentiment is still on a steady rise and corporate profits just hit a new all-time high. Foreclosures and cr ...

4 years ago

Managing stress and time

Royce Shook · Controlling stress and time is a worthwhile accomplishment that all must control in order to reach victory. Each day we awake, we begin by emphasizing our need to meet deadlines, demands grab our attention, and we stress over finding the balance to spend with our family, selves a ...

4 years ago

Keeping Your Brain Young

Royce Shook · One good telltale of our real age is our mental capacity. We expect that as we become grandmas and grandpas, our intellectual performance can never be the same with its prime years. But why does this happen? And what can we do to avoid thinking like we are old-aged already? · THE ...

4 years ago

If You’re Feeling Stressed, Volunteer

Royce Shook · At times, it can seem as if you’re on a constant treadmill at work.  There are deadlines to meet, people to consult, relationships to cultivate.  You may feel as if you’re under consistent stress, but you don’t know how to manage it effectively.  You could always quit your job, b ...

4 years ago

On Not Being Stressed Out

Royce Shook · The one thing that virtually all of us have in common is the stress of living in this modern age.  So much has changed for my generation since we first enjoyed those days of youth culture when hairstyle and rock music seemed like the most important things in the world.  But, like ...

5 years ago

How To Stay In Shape When You’re Busy

Donald 🐝 Grandy PN · All you need is 10 minutes and virtually no equipment. · By Craig Weller · It’s one of the most common patterns I see as a fitness and nutrition coach: People trying to get (and stay) in shape work out diligently for months — then get derailed by the holidays or a big deadline at ...

5 years ago

Good Stress, Bad Stress - It's That Time of Year

Donald 🐝 Grandy PN · Here’s how to find your stress sweet spot. · By Krista Scott-Dixon and Brian St. Pierre · The same exact stressors — job pressure, kids, money, and, yes, an intense exercise and eating regimen — can energize and inspire you or sap your will and your mojo. Reaching your potentia ...

5 years ago

Physical Health & Emotional Intelligence

Donald 🐝 Grandy PN · Can our emotional intelligence have a measurable impact on our physical health? While not every aspect of emotional intelligence affects every aspect of physical health, studies have shown major overlaps between these two seemingly separate parts of our lives. · We are well aware ...

6 years ago

Coping With Stress

Royce Shook · Bookstores are filled with books that tell us how to cope with stress. Each of these books offers its own perspective on stress along with various coping techniques. To make the most of the information on coping skills, you need to understand what coping is all about. Coping is s ...

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