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What are the different symptoms and signs of Lyme disease

By |January 21st, 2015|

There are different symptoms and signs of Lyme disease. The disease usually attacks different organs of parts of the body such as the nervous system, joints, as well as the skin.

Early symptoms of Lyme Disease
Here are some early signs of the Lyme Disease, which usually occur within the first month of its infection:

Rash, which is […]

Night Shift – Sleeping well to recharge is paramount to your health

By |January 9th, 2015|

Sleep is one of the best things for your well being. The need to recharge is paramount to your health. Without allowing your natural nocturnal cycle to take charge of your bodyʼs operations you may be seriously compromising your vital energy.

Your body is akin to a factory that works twenty four hours a day, seven days a […]

Exercising during The Holiday Season To Stay Healthy !

By |December 30th, 2014|

Holiday Season is a traditional time for sharing food with family and friends. This celebratory air often leads to excess. Just like an average employeesʼ two week vacation hours per fiscal year, it is okay to “take time off” from focusing on the benefits of healthful eating, so long as we stay within our two […]

Health Care: Are Sports Adequate Exercise?

By |December 23rd, 2014|

Sports as varied as table tennis, hockey, and basketball help inspire people to achieve goals through physical activity.   This is a great thing.  However, many of us go from the workplace, to the field, court, or swimming pool without much in between.  After working nine to five in a most likely twisted, imbalanced physical posture […]

What are the symptoms of Epilepsy and Developmental Disabilities

By |December 19th, 2014|

November was Epilepsy Awareness Month so this is a good opportunity to learn more about this condition. Epilepsy is a chronic neurological disorder characterized by recurrent seizures caused by abnormal electrical activity of the brain. It is estimated that over two million people, approximately 1% of the general population, are affected by this disorder. Most […]

Eating Healthy, Breathing deeply: Ode to Basic Health

By |December 17th, 2014|

“Eating Healthy is it ʼs own reward
Eating Healthy feels good
Eating Healthy helps focus on what is essential and most important
Movement itself is it ʼs own reward
Exercise should feel good and non-threatening
Moving freely is the first building block to Health
Breathing deeply is it ʼs own reward
Breathing deeply feels good
Breathing deeply helps focus on what is essential […]

Healthy eating and physical activity lead to a healthy mind

By |December 17th, 2014|

The holiday season is entering its full swing and this is when it is hard to keep up with normal day to day routines.

Healthy eating and physical activity lead to a healthy mind. Mental illness and weight gain and/or the loss of sex drive often lead to medication non-compliance.

How does one keep these in perspective […]

tackle the challenges that lead to your abuse excesses and your new commitment to sobriety and/or abstinence

By |December 16th, 2014|

The holiday season continues and you are trying to maintain your sobriety or abstinence and are finding it difficult. So here we go again you're drinking and what's wrong with that? It's just one drink it won't hurt anyone.

Have you heard that or have you said that to yourself ? it's time to wake up […]

Termination of therapy: are you ready to terminate and your clinician does not want you to?

By |November 28th, 2014|

Are you ready to terminate and your clinician does not want you to? What to do? Don't be afraid to break off a relationship that you feel has carried on longer than necessary.

A well-planned and appropriate termination of therapy is the best way.  One of your goals should be to work towards that. Is your […]

Get support from NAMI and spend stress free Holidays with your beloved family!

By |November 25th, 2014|

Oh! The holiday blues what to do with the family member who suffers from mental illness during the holiday season. You have not seen them all year and here comes the holidays. Is it the moment to reach out to that family member or does it simply cause more strife to have them come to […]