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Another View On Stress – “Thoughtsmanship!”

The concept of Thoughtsmanship involves focusing on your present situation and state of mind. This can mean awareness of your surroundings, emotions and breathing—or, more simply, enjoying each bite of a really good organic salad. Research in recent decades has linked mindfulness practices to a staggering collection of possible health benefits. Proximity Awareness Tuning into […]

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Stress vs Eustress – Do You Know The Difference?

  Eustress refers to a positive response one has to a stressor, which can depend on one’s current feelings of control, desirability, location, and timing of the stressor.[4] Potential indicators of eustress may include responding to a stressor with a sense of meaning, hope, or vigor.[5] Eustress has also been positively correlated with life satisfaction […]

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Autistic Children – Most Benefit From Adequate Vitamin D3

Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a frequent developmental disorder characterized by pervasive deficits in social interaction, impairment in verbal and nonverbal communication, and stereotyped patterns of interests and activities. It has been previously reported that there is vitamin D deficiency in autistic children; however, there is a lack of randomized controlled trials of vitamin D […]

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People who were sleeping on average around six hours a night had a waist measurement that was 3cm greater than individuals who were getting nine hours of sleep a night.

Sleep And Your Weight – Is There A Connection?

Long summer days make for short summer nights – an increasing number of people are sleep deprived and show it. The findings showed that people who were sleeping on average around six hours a night had a waist measurement that was 3cm greater than individuals who were getting nine hours of sleep a night. And […]

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ADHD – Do You Or Someone You Know Have This?

Also indexed as: ADD, ADHD, Attention Deficit Disorder, Hyperactivity ADHD has been associated with learning difficulties and lack of social skills. Obviously what constitutes “normal” in these areas covers a wide spectrum; thus it is unclear which child suffers true ADHD and which child is just more rambunctious or rebellious than another. No objective criteria […]

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Anxiety? – Concern vs. Worry – Do You Know The Difference?

First, let’s establish that there is a difference between worry and concern. Concern Is Healthy Concern embodies embracing the proper mindset for caring about important issues, decisions, events or conditions. It also means taking proper steps to create effective resolutions, monitoring their outcomes and making changes or modifications where necessary. Worry Is Unhealthy Worry on the other […]

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Hormones and Hope – Is Youth Better Than Maturity?

What would it be like to have a youthful body with the wisdom of age? It is the subject of movies, partially because a serious look at the question seems difficult. Still, everyone seems to be wishing for that imaginary combination whenever they say “Youth is wasted on the young.”  The purpose of this article is […]

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Teleclinic Replay Childhood SEIZURES – Are They Genetic Or Environmental Caused?

  There are many types of seizures, usually categorized by the symptoms that occur during the episode. The cause of many types of seizures is unknown, and for some no permanent medical cure is available. Past head injuries, vaccine reactions, allergies, chemical exposures, post-prandial low blood sugar levels and excessive stress are often disclosed in the […]

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Health Habits – Making New Year Resolutions That Last

H-A-B-I-T When most people hear this word, a negative thought immediately pops into their minds. Most people think of a habit being negative.  If you want to produce excellence in some facet of your life, develop the healthy habit to get you there. The secret to our future lies in our daily habits so ask yourself right now, […]

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Feeling A Bit Blue This Time Of Year? How About Shaklee Mood Lift?

Do you feel out of sorts this time of year? Don’t Be Sad! Seasonal affective disorder (SAD), also known as winter depression, winter blues, summer depression or seasonal depression, is a mood disorder subset in which people who have normal mental health throughout most of the year experience depressive symptoms at the same time each […]

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