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Women’s Heart Health Have you ever looked at those websites that compare your real age to your chronological age? I did and I was pleased to see that it covered a variety of areas related to positive stress management and resiliency. It also had some interesting questions regarding heart health. Cardiovascular diseases continue to be a major threat to women’s health. According to the Society of Cardiovascular Patient Care, early heart attack symptoms occur in 50 percent of all people who have heart attacks. If you’re aware of the early symptoms, you may be able get treatment quickly enough to prevent heart damage. Eighty-five percent of heart damage happens in the first two hours following a heart attack. Early symptoms of...Read More
Do You Have A Hobby? With many of us today riding on the roller coaster of life, it is incredibly important to have activities that help to slow the pace, regulate our rhythm in life and add a sense of fun. Hobbies Can Relieve Your Stress Hobbies can provide many hours of relief from stress and worry. A hobby can boost creativity, self esteem, passion, pleasure and accomplishments. Hobbies have no deadlines, no rules and no pressure to be successful. Beverly’s Hot Tip For Building Resiliency and Celebrating Hobby Month: Adopt a hobby that you can have fun at and that you look forward to doing. You don’t have to be great or perfect – you don’t even have to be...Read More
Blue Monday….the most depressing day of the year. The date was calculated by using many factors, including: weather conditions, debt level, time since Christmas, time since failing our new year’s resolutions, low motivational levels and feeling of a need to take action. The proposed formula in calculating this day is: where weather=W, debt=d, time since Christmas=T, time since failing our new year’s resolutions=Q, low motivational levels=M and the feeling of a need to take action=Na. ‘D’ is not defined, nor are units. Get outside. Go for a walk. Even if it is a snowy, winter’s day, the benefits of getting a light break, beat staying indoors and moping around. Beverly Beuermann-King Click to tweet Many Things...Read More
National Clean Off Your Desk Day How we organize yourself can either help or hinder us in the way that we deal with stress. Clean Off Your Desk and you’ll notice the stress relief from being organized and neat. Purge periodically – it takes time but gives you more space and you may find that it can trigger your creative juices Beverly Beuermann-King Click to tweet Clutter can add more chaos. But being too worried that everything is in its place can stop us from being productive and creative as well. Your personal organization should help you to move forward, give you a sense of control over your space and help to decrease the stress that you feel....Read More