Category Archives: Stress Management

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Hidden Health Risks of Chronic Stress

When you think of stress, what comes to mind?  Work deadlines? Managing a hectic schedule? Raising children? The term “stress” simply equates to your body’s response to a stimulus, whether good or bad. Examples of good stress include the fight-or-flight response (also known as acute stress) or Eustress, the happy stress, such as weddings, getting a… Read More »


5 Ways to Reduce Stress Naturally

Stress is one of the number one causes of illness, yet it is one of the most avoidable health issues we face. Stress management is something that should be a part of all of our daily routine. Here are five easy ways you can help reduce stress in your day. 5 Ways to Reduce Stress… Read More »


Recovering Your Health After Hurricane Harvey

Imagine this: You’re sitting in your home, watching The Weather Channel to get up-to-date news on a major natural disaster, just like every other Texan, when all of a sudden water starts seeping through your walls, your doors, your floors…everywhere. Fortunately, you have a two-story house so many of your belongings can be elevated and/or… Read More »


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Phosphatidylserine…Hard to Pronounce, Important for Your Health!

Phosphatidylserine may be a supplement that you have never heard or, or perhaps you have but never knew what it was for. Over 3,000 published research papers and more than 60 clinical trials have established the health benefits of phosphatidylserine including the following: Memory & Focus Phosphatidylserine is a key building block of the cells… Read More »


9 Ways Successful People Defeat Stress

From The Huffington Post By: Heidi Grant Halvorson, Ph.D  ”Feeling stressed? Of course you are. You have too much on your plate, deadlines are looming, people are counting on you, and to top it all off, you still have holiday shopping to do. You are under a lot of pressure — so much that at… Read More »


Chronic Stress: The Hidden Health Risks

From The Huffington Post By Meryl Davids Landau, for U.S. News According to a recent American Psychological Association poll, nearly a quarter of Americans confessed to currently feeling under “extreme stress.” Respondents especially blamed money, work, and the economy—a feeling 50-year-old Sue Wasserman knows all too well. In February, the public relations manager left Atlanta… Read More »


Are You Looking and Feeling Your Best at Work?

From our friends at Obagi.com “In today’s busy, get-it-done-yesterday world, it can be difficult to find time for the most important person: yourself. That’s why we’re taking some time off in June to celebrate Professional Wellness Month! We could all use a reminder now and then that looking and feeling fantastic—yes, even while at work—are… Read More »


Helping Your Brain Work More Efficiently: NeurOptimal

In my practice this month, we are focusing on finding ‘Balance & Harmony’ in every area of our lives.  In no other area is that more important than in our brain health.  Every thought and every action originates from our brain, so it is vital that our mind is functioning at its optimal potential.  Many… Read More »


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