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Are you tired of feeling tired? If the answer is yes, then the solution to your problem doesn¹t simply lie in getting more shut-eye. At this
tele-lunch & learn expect to discover how a healthy diet, regular exercise, and proper stress management are your best allies in the fight against fatigue.
According to the CDC, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, insufficient sleep is a public health epidemic. For the average adult, the required amount of sleep is 8 hours. A recent study revealed that 1/3 of adults tend to sleep less than 6 hours. In 2009, nearly 17.5% of adults between the ages 18 – 45 admitted to nodding off while driving to and from work. Research also suggests that lack of sleep can result in a lower quality of life for a person. In addition, these sleep deprived individuals tend to experience illness more frequently than people who get the required amount of sleep. People who continuously lack proper sleep are also more likely to experience an inability to concentrate on tasks throughout the day. These people may experience a more difficult time with their memory or the interactions that they experience, which result in more confusion than someone getting the required amount of rest. Today we will be discussing: Reducing Nurse Fatigue with Nurse Reezena H. Malaska, RN, MSN, and CCRN.
“Are You Called To Comfort”? Join me today as we look at the phenonenom of compassion fatigue or caregiver's syndome. Many of us are called to comfort and care for others. We are often called to "care" for others, sometimes because we "have to", and other times because we "want to". It is most often, a combination of both the "have to" and the "want to". So how do we "comfort others with the comfort we've received", and do it in a way that gives life to both the giver and reciever? Caregiver burnout is a state of physical, emotional, and mental exhaustion that may be accompanied by a change in attitude -- from positive and caring to negative and unconcerned. Burnout can occur when caregivers don't get the help they need, or if they try to do more than they are able -- either physically or financially. Many times caregivers who are "burned out" experience fatigue, stress, anxiety, and depressive symptims. Many caregivers also feel guilty if they spend time on themselves rather than on their ill or elderly loved ones. Today we will look at how to know if you are burning out, the feelings that come with caring for other another (on any level), and how to do it in a healthy way. So, we ask the question again, "How do we comfort others with the comfort we've received, and do it in a way that gives life to both the giver and reciever? Most of all, we find that the ability to comfort well is always connected to the caregiver's ability and willingness to receive care.
The chief complaint of cancer patients to their doctors is fatigue. In this world of technology, we have so much help with all from all sorts of machines. Dr. Ken Weizer shares with us his thoughts on the cause of fatigue in our lives – “the Terrible Toos.” (No, we are not talking about toddlers.) But Dr. Ken gives us his solution as well – ‘the Wonderful Ones.” What does he mean? Listen in to Dr. Ken’s discussion to find out.
Do you find it difficult to get out of bed in the morning or constantly feel drained of energy? If so, you may be one of the millions of many who suffer from excessive sleepiness, a condition that can significantly reduce quality of life, decrease productivity and interfere with relationships. Most people feel tired occasionally, but excessive sleepiness that persists is neither normal nor healthy. Join us for this month's tele-lunch and learn workshop and learn from and expert what you can do about sleep difficulties and fatigue.
Are you tired of not feeling right?
Would you like to feel more relaxed, calmer, and happier while living with less pain?
Have you had enough of knowing there is something wrong with your body but not getting the answers you need from your physician?
Are you starting to realize that something else needs to be done?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, then this is the podcast for you!!
On Monday, March 9, 2015 at 8PM Dr. Jess Armine will interview Dr. Steven Zodkoy, author of the best seller, " Misdiagnosed: The Adrenal Fatigue Link".
Dr. Steven Zodkoy is a board-certified chiropractor, nutritionist, and kinesiologist who, for over twenty years, has specialized in treating patients who have been deemed "untreatable" through a standard course of treatment. Dr. Zodkoy attended Rutgers University and received his bachelor’s degree and Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Los Angeles College of Chiropractic at the age of twenty-four. He is currently a licensed chiropractor in the states of New Jersey and New York and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Dr. Zodkoy is an applied kinesiologist, Certified Nutrition Specialist® (CNS®), a Diplomate of the Chiropractic Board of Clinical Nutrition (DCBCN) and a Diplomate of the American Clinical Board of Nutrition (DACBN).
He presently is working with military personnel and veterans to overcome the effects of PTSD and TBI's, and his recent research into this area is yielding excellent results.
“There are no untreatable patients, just untried treatments.” —Dr. Steven Zodkoy
People, I have heard this doctor speak...you don't want to mis this one! See you then!
Many people suffer from symptoms like fatigue, weight gain, PMS, hot flashes, night sweats, food cravings, energy drops during the day, trouble falling or staying asleep, headaches and mood disorders, to name just a few.
Join us as we speak with Dr. Garry D’Brant, who holds licenses in chiropractic, nutrition, naturopathic medicine, social work and acupuncture, as he discusses how you can identify the underlying cause of your symptoms through a simple saliva test and natural approaches to healing your adrenal glands and how it will help you recover your energy, feel alive, and function at your optimal weight/lean muscle ratio.
Meet Dr. D'Brant and some of the other top integrative, wellness oriented healers, authors and celebrities from around the world at the upcoming NAVEL expo.
The adrenals are two almond sized glands which sit on the top of the kidneys. Although they look pretty innocuous they control a great deal of vital hormone production in our body; a hormone which controls our blood pressure; hormones which help control our glucose levels; "stress" hormones; and reproductive hormones. If one lives a life whereby one "burns out" ones adrenal, problems can occur throughout the body. The AIMS physicians will be analyzing the frequent condition called "adrenal fatigue".
in Self Help
Radio Talk, November 08, 2014 @ 8 pm Chicago Time
Our ability to make good choices degrades after long periods of thoughtful decision making. Our decision making resources usually get depleted. Our willpower will diminish as we continue to make decisions, even small ones.
So, What can we do to help prevent Decision Fatigue?
Many of the tips on prioritization, timing, and process can help avoid brain fatigue and provide the discipline that might maintain willpower.
For effective decision-making, there is one thing you need to avoid: Decision Fatigue.
Don't let decision fatigue prevent effective decision making.
In this show you’ll learn:
The role of the adrenal glands
Some of the common signs and symptoms of adrenal fatigue
The dangers of not responding to the signals of adrenal exhaustion
Your adrenal glands are each no bigger than a walnut and weigh less than a grape, yet are responsible for one of the most important functions in your body: managing stress.
When you have adrenal fatigue your entire body feels it and suffers from extreme exhaustion as well.
It’s estimated that up to 80 percent of adults experience adrenal fatigue during their lifetimes, yet it remains one of the most under-diagnosed illnesses in the United States.
Join Dr. Ritamarie as she uncovers the causes, dangers and cures of this common disorder.
Check out Dr. Ritamarie’s VITAL Health Community for additional resources on the role that plants and herbs play on your hormones and digestive health, as well as strategies to include in your daily routines to achieve more vitality.
Fatigue is something that affects everyone – especially cancer sufferers. Fatigue can affect your life in detrimental ways. Knowing the causes and how to recognize symptoms can help you manage fatigue. What are those causes? How do you know if you are fatigued? Join Mark Burright as he talks about this common side effect of cancer and cancer treatments.
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