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Category Archives: Stress

Seasonal Affective Disorder

Seasonal Affective Disorder A conversation about Seasonal Affective Disorder usually brings to mind the idea that low light levels are the main cause of this condition. Too often, scientific studies in an attempt to simplify the process, will isolate one or two factors as causal but this approach almost always falls short.  Most health conditions […]

Is Stress Causing Your Anxiety and Insomnia?

Is Stress Causing Your Anxiety and Insomnia? Carrie Jones, ND, MPH It probably comes as no surprise to learn that most people in the world are feeling increased stress or are “stressed out.” The American Psychological Association reports the top three most reported reasons in America are money, work and family responsibilities (2015). There are […]

When Your Short-Term Memory Starts to Slip: 4 Tips You can Try Now

There are two main kinds of memory: short-term working memory and long-term memory. Short-term memory allows us to remember what we need at the grocery store, memorize answers for a test, think about what we just read in the newspaper, or, in essence, learn new tricks. Long-term memory, as the name implies, helps us to […]

Executives Guide – 7 tips for eliminating stress

Unfortunately “stress” is built into our modern culture. All the busyness of life, work, family, money; it all adds up to what we call “Stress.” Stress is simply the body’s response to changes or environmental influences that create demands mentally or physically. Contrary to popular belief not all “stress” is bad. There are two kinds […]