– By Louise Stanger Ed.d, LCSW, CDWF, CIP & Roger Porter – 07/17/2017
Stress didn’t always get such a bad rap. In fact, when Stevie Wonder produced his 1966 hit song – “Uptight (Everything’s Alright)” – the seminal lyrics soothed the national mood and made us believe all was right
– By Jessica Berman reported on this report -VOA Learning English
A mind filled with fear and bad thoughts is an unquiet mind. When you are worried, it can be hard to direct your attention on even a minor problem. For some people, this can interfere with work, sleep and other activities.
– By Bruce Lipton
Using 100% of your brain is possible. Take a look at this video.
– By Bruce Lipton
You have to use tools that will get to the root cause and by-pass the conscious mind by methods such as: hypnosis, repetition and belief modification.
– By Bruce H. Lipton
Bruce H. Lipton Ph.D explains the Nature of the conscious and subconscious minds and how they function.
Take a look at this video on the science behind body/mind and the implications on stress.
-BY MAIYSHA CLAIRBORNE, MD | PHYSICIAN | JULY 15, 2017
As physicians, we are regarded as intelligent. Are we, as a community, as emotionally intelligent as we could be? The answer is no. Let’s face it. We are trained from the time we are medical students to disconnect
– BY MAIYSHA CLAIRBORNE, MD | PHYSICIAN | DECEMBER 17, 2016
Physician burnout has become a popular buzzword in the medical community causing physicians, organizations, and medical education programs to seek solutions to what seems to be a growing problem
– By Will Boggs MD
(Reuters Health) – An eight-week mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) program not only reduces stress, but could also lower blood sugar, U.S. researchers say. “Our study suggests that MBSR could be a useful tool for preventing or treating
– By Sarra Sedghi | February 22, 2017 | 2:30pm
Anxiety has become inescapable, and it’s not just because of the government. Anxiety disorders including phobias, panic disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder and generalized anxiety disorder are the most common mental illnesses
– By Sarra Sedghi | June 1, 2017 | 10:00am
Does being around large groups of people make you want to curl up and die? Is your go-to move at parties hiding in the bathroom? Do you worry people think you’re standoffish when the truth is you’re just too nervous to talk to them?