David Packman takes a look at the vicious circle of anxiety and chronic illness
Health & Wellness
That’s what life is all about, right? Being in it to win it? It is for me and I hope it is for you too because there’s a great wide world out there just waiting to happen for you. Goal setting has been a habit of mine for years. I get a hair brain idea,…
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Light can influence behavior, affect your mood and cure what ails you.
— Dissociation is a daily part of my life. I do it countless times a day both knowingly and unknowingly. I say that because while I realize that I do dissociate quite often, I don’t always realize just how much I do it and in what circumstances it occurs. Here’s how a typical day recently…
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Why is it that our world continues to get more and more stressful and more and more unhealthy? Statistics show that obesity numbers are increasing, distracted driving is a thing now, ADD and ADHD are more prevalent than ever. What is going on and why is the sad state of our culture only getting worse?…
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