We all carry different beliefs about our health. Health beliefs, in turn, guide much of what we do. They guide whether we choose to walk or drive to the store. Also, what and how we eat. Health beliefs shape our capacity to take action, to see ourselves as healthy (or flawed) and to avoid risks. … Continue reading Shifting Perspectives on Chronic Disease
Major health events can impact almost anybody. And, for most people, the pride of being healthy seems to get in way of recovery. Try these three surprising techniques to tune into your body after a health crisis.
How exactly is the progression of Type 2 Diabetes linked to chronic stress, inflammation and diabetes? In order to sustain higher blood sugars in times of stress, our stress hormones also alter normal glucose metabolism.
Both Keto and Vegan diets are difficult to sustain, and tend not to be the "go to" approach recommended by health professionals. Both diets, however, are associated with weight loss and can be appropriate for some clinical populations.
Many AHS services in the Edmonton Zone are open to self-referral, and helpful for managing memory problems and early Alzheimer's disease. We present the top seven programs for publicly-funded, non-urgent services in Edmonton, all of which patients and/or their caregivers can self-refer to.
It's time to see the human potential we all carry within ourselves. To live life authentically and "fail efficiently" in our day-to-day routines.
Chances are, at some point in your life, you have experienced flow. Flow describes those times where you get lost in the moment, becoming so involved in a task that you lose some sense of awareness of yourself and time.