Stress Management

Stress can lead to improved health and productivity – or it can lead to anxiety, depression, obesity, immune dysfunction and more. Helping patients recognize negative stress responses, identify coping mechanisms and reduction techniques leads to improved wellbeing.  We use an evidence-based approach to preventing, treating and even reversing diseases by replacing unhealthy behaviors with positive ones. 

Do you have an action plan for stress reduction?

Stress is unavoidable. How we think about it and how we react to it makes the difference in how it impacts our self-care and our health. While some medicine may help to manage stress, there are many things that you can do to help you manage stress and improve overall health.

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Stress management

Stress can lead to disease

Stress can lead to improved health and productivity – or it can lead to anxiety, depression, obesity, immune dysfunction, and more. Helping patients recognize negative stress responses, identify coping mechanisms and reduction techniques leads to improved wellbeing. We use an evidence-based approach to preventing, treating, and even reversing diseases by replacing unhealthy behaviors with positive ones.

How our program works

• Allows the body to protect and heal itself by promoting  healthful lifestyle choices • Educates, guides and supports positive behavior changes • Places a focus on evidence-based optimal nutrition, stress management, sleep and physical activity • Encourages active patient participation • Treats the underlying, lifestyle-related causes of disease • Uses medications as a supplement to therapeutic lifestyle changes • Considers the patient’s home and community environment

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Do you have an action plan for stress reduction ?

 

Stress is unavoidable. How we think about it and how we react to it makes the difference in how it impacts our self-care and our health. While some medications may help to manage stress, there are many things that you can do to help you manage stress and improve overall health.

 

As humans, we create a lot of our stress ourselves. We create stress when we don’t plan our days ahead, don’t get enough sleep, work too many hours, don’t make time for relaxation, or procrastinate daily. The good news is, our bodies will tell us when it has had enough and when we need to recuperate.

 

The fact is our bodies are working overtime to deal with these challenges and when you are not equipped to deal with them, you will start to feel anxious, afraid, worried, and uptight. If you don’t keep your stress under control, it can lead to serious health issues such as high blood pressure, heart disease, and diabetes.

 

Stress can cause a lot of health problems so when you feel overwhelmed and stressed, you may want to see a professional.  Early warning signs of stress include tension in your shoulders and neck or clenching your hands into fists. A professional will teach you how to react to stress, improving your health over the long-haul.

 

Stress Management

Identify both positive and negative stress responses with coping mechanisms and reduction techniques for improved wellbeing

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Healthy Relationships

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Comprehensive Approach to Health and Wellness

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Nutrition

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Sleep

Lack of, or poor quality sleep can lead to a strained immune system. Identify and alter dietary or environmental habits that may hinder healthy sleep

Exercise

Regular and consistent physical activity is an essential piece of an optimal health equation

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