Coronavirus: how to get out of health anxiety by challenging fears

Coronavirus: how to get out of health anxiety by challenging fears

It’s one big trap for our brains. You probably already know this, but the media words events in particular ways in order to get more attention more eyeballs they’ll aim for either anxiety, anger or awe an order to gain that attention. Most commonly they’ll use anxiety. As threats or dangers grab and hold our

Setting Healthy Boundaries-The #1 Obstacle to Healthy Boundaries-Relationship Skills #5

Setting Healthy Boundaries-The #1 Obstacle to Healthy Boundaries-Relationship Skills #5

People often ask me about boundaries: How to set them, how to hold them, and how to manage them, especially with the people closest to us like our children or our employees or our bosses. Well today we’re going to talk about the number one most common obstacle to holding good boundaries. The most common

Cultivating Resilience in the Face of Uncertainty and Health and Climate Crises and Emergencies

Cultivating Resilience in the Face of Uncertainty and Health and Climate Crises and Emergencies

Hi everyone Fleet Mall here for Windhorse Seminars. I’ve been wanting to initiate a conversation about resilience for some time now I think it’s safe to say that in the very challenging times in which we’re living resilience is really no longer a luxury it’s becoming essential critical to our very survival similarly to something

The Skinny on Obesity (Ep. 6): A Fast-Paced Fast Food Life

The Skinny on Obesity (Ep. 6): A Fast-Paced Fast Food Life

[ Music ]>>We, in our two-parent working, two hour communing, two job life do not have time for food. With all of our labor saving devices, with the cars and the computers. All of those things have actually reduced our time, not created it. [ Music ]>>One of the truisms for obesity and other chronic

Why Do We Need Hormones?

Why Do We Need Hormones?

What’s the first thing that comes to mind when I say the word hormone? Pimples? Mood swings? Cramps? Really inopportune moments where your armpits get sweaty? Are we good? We’re good. Hormones are obviously involved in puberty, but they’re so much more than that. Like hormones are involved in how we deal with stress, and

The Health Effects of Marijuana – Expert Q&A

The Health Effects of Marijuana – Expert Q&A

– Hello, welcome to today’s webchat about marijuana. Thank you for joining us. My name is Ed Bottomley with the Michigan Medicine Department of Communication. The Michigan Regulation and Taxation of Marijuana, also known as Proposal 1, was passed by the voters of the State of Michigan on November the 6th, 2018. It became a

J Reviews – Dr  Pepper & Cream Soda

J Reviews – Dr Pepper & Cream Soda

Cream soda is something I consume sparingly. I treat it more like a dessert than a casual beverage. If you have never had it, the flavor is reminiscent of vanilla ice cream. Certainly yummy but easy to overdo. It isn’t caffeinated so that isn’t a positive in my book but your preferences may differ. Dr.

What do Saunas and Keto have in Common?

What do Saunas and Keto have in Common?

– Have you ever thought that sitting in a sauna, could enhance the effect of your Ketogenic diet? No one would ever connect those dots, but when you start looking at the studies, you actually can. It’s affecting the same sort of metabolic genetic pathway. Here, let me explain. Okay, when you sit in a