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Self-Care During COVID-19
Self-Care During COVID-19
March 24, 2020

Self-Care During COVID-19 A.K.A #CopingWithCovid During a time of so much uncertainty and information overload, it is important to make time…

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What Support You Should Have After Treatment
September 14, 2018

What happens after treatment? When you leave a treatment facility, you will be entering an entirely new life. For many people,…

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Working Out in Recovery: How Exercise Can Help Keep You Drug-Free
September 7, 2016

Working Out in Recovery: How Exercise Can Help Keep You Drug-Free Eating, sleeping and feeling healthy may seem like normal parts…

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Exercise for Anxiety and Depression Relief
May 28, 2014

Exercise for Anxiety and Depression Relief Depression can cause anxiety, while having anxiety can bring on depression. The two often are…

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Exercise Away Your Depression
April 9, 2014

It is hard to get motivated to exercise. I know this to be true for myself and a host of others….

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Losing Weight A Better Way
February 7, 2014

We Can Get More Fit! It can be really frustrating for an overweight person to go to a gym and workout…

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Six Important Questions about Fitness
December 11, 2013

 In a recent blog, Larry Sarokin, a fitness teacher, listed six questions that we can ask ourselves in order to develop…

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Exercise Reorganizes the Brain
September 11, 2013

The research on exercise does not at first glance make sense. Because of the way exercise affects the brain, it should…

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Brain Scans Reveal Modern Meditation Can Stop Everyday Worries; Lowers Anxiety by 39%
September 6, 2013

Meditation as it is practiced today may be slightly different than it was in the ancient past and practiced for different…

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Adrenal Stress and Weight Loss
August 27, 2013

Belly fat is a key symptom of adrenal fatigue. It helps to understand how adrenal fatigue happens in order to help…

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