COVID-19 has focused a bright light on a long-standing and growing danger – physician stress and burnout – in a way that makes it evident to all. The novel coronavirus is exposing many societal inequities and areas of vulnerability resulting from years of neglect and failures to effectively and proactively plan for the future.
Fear is contagious. One person’s actions quickly change the perception or outlook of another. The chain reaction of events impacts everyday people and even leaders. So, how do you control your mindset when fear grips a nation or even the world. These tips will help you calm your mind and stay mentally strong when uncertainty, anxiety, and fear fill your mind.
Looking for a way to improve your chances of staying healthy? The new habits and self-care routines you need in your life to help boost your immune system.
Uncertain and difficult circumstances surround us all the time. We navigate these situations on our own, with colleagues and friends, as a nation, and sometimes as a world. No matter the cause of your fear, anxiety, or stress, – gratitude is the perfect prescription for better health and improved well-being.
Menopause is a part of the natural cycle of life for women, but symptoms like hot flashes can dramatically alter your life. As your body adjusts to the hormonal changes, you may gain weight, run low on nutrients, have trouble sleeping, or find yourself at risk for certain diseases and health conditions.