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Managing Mental Health At Home

Posted on April 9, 2020 by Leave a comment

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Untitled design (1)Living through a global pandemic is certainly new to all of us and has placed intense new pressures on our physical health. Perhaps an unexpected outcome of our new normal is the toll it has taken on our mental health as well. Dealing with social isolation, changes in job structure, finances, daily routine, and even living situations have led to heightened levels of stress and anxiety. We are social creatures by nature, so the inability to console each other in person adds extra salt to the wound.

But maybe we can look at this time as an opportunity. The good news is that there is heightened recognition of the need for stronger mental health services and support. And good mental health has always been a key to healthy weight loss, too. It may be more important now than ever.

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5 Ways to Start Your Day On Weight Loss Track

Posted on April 21, 2014 by Leave a comment

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Start Your Day on Weight Loss Track Your morning sets the tone for the remainder of the day, so it’s important to start it right! Small changes to your morning routine can make a big difference in the number on the scale. Follow my tips to start your day on weight loss track.

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4 Ways to Improve Your Memory with Weight Loss

Posted on May 13, 2013 by 1 Comment

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Improve Your MemoryYour health decisions today affect your mental health tomorrow.

It???s hard to look in the mirror, see past your physical appearance, and peer into the state of your mental health years down the road. But that may be all you have to do. More and more research shows your physical health is one of the biggest predictors of your mental future.

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