Category: Health

7 Tips For Improving Your Self-Esteem

  It’s a common mistake to believe a person with good self-esteem has a big ego. In fact, an overly large or sensitive ego may be the result of someone having a low personal opinion of self. This is actually a weaker...

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The Benefits of Yoga and Meditation

What is the first image that comes to mind when you think of yoga? A super-enthusiast yogi tied into impossible physical knots? That is a common stereotype but it actually isn’t true. Yoga is a 5,000 year old practice meant to...

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9 Health Benefits of Yoga

There’s no shortage of ways to get healthy, and depending on where a person lives, some are easier to come by than others. For people just beginning to pay attention to staying active and eating healthier, it usually...

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  • Polysubstance Abuse: Addicted to the ‘High’ Rather Than the Drugs February 21, 2018
    Until there’s a social consensus, it bears repeating that addiction is a complex and complicated disease of the brain. People develop the condition for a variety of different reasons, which makes plotting out an effective treatment approach a challenge for patients, physicians, therapists and other addiction healthcare specialists. That said, the treatment of addiction continues […]
  • Driving Under the Influence Just Got a Lot Weirder February 14, 2018
    In all 50 states, the legal blood alcohol limit (BAC) for anyone operating a motor vehicle is .08, though advocates continue pressuring legislators to bring it down to a .05 BAC. Public awareness campaigns, new laws and stricter penalties regarding DUI violators were launched in the mid 1970s. The original campaigns highlighted the gruesome realities […]
  • Hygge [hew-guh] to Beat the Winter Blues and Improve Mental Health: The Danes Know What They’re Doing February 7, 2018
    As the grip of post-holiday wintertime clamps down on North America, it’s all too common to allow the shorter days, frigid temperatures and stress of getting back to work push us into isolation, both physically and mentally. In Denmark, where the average temperature in January is about 28 degrees Fahrenheit and 0 degrees in February, […]

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