As much as our culture markets the holidays as a time for joy, it’s important to remember that it can be a stressful time for many.
Chronic, or long-term, stress is among the most endemic health issues facing Canadians today. Learn how to address your stress before it gets the best of you.
Dr. Jaleh Shahin discusses how optimizing your metal health can help you get past those high-pressure situations with 630 CHED
It is important to practice mindfulness on a daily basis, but sometimes it can be hard to get into the right mindset to… well, reset! Use these 2 and 8 minute guided mindfulness moment exercises to help reboot your brain and make the most out of your day.
As the baby boom generation grows older and more people start to succumb to age-related disease, there is an increasing need for caregivers. Although most are happy to take on this position, the role of a caregiver is difficult and can often result in what is known as “caregiver burnout.”
Stress. We all get it, we all show different symptoms of it, and we all have different ways of managing it. While there are many problems associated with stress, one of the biggest issues is that it’s not always visible in the same form. For some, it shows itself in eating habits. Others might get aches and pains. How can we diagnose stress and what are some of the ways to treat it?
Medical Physician, Dr. Daniel Berendt and psychologist, Dr. Karen MacNeill discuss the effects of corporate and financial stress and what you can do to be more self-aware and better manage life’s stress and anxiety.
Dr. Chris Dawkins examines the hormonal effects of chronic stress and what you can do to rebalance.
Neuropsychologist, Dr. Elisabeth Sherman and Registered Psychologist, Richelle Mottosky discuss several ways to manage stress both physically and emotionally.
Like many in our generation, as my husband and I plan for retirement and slowly learn to live as empty nesters, we are sandwiched between aging parents who need care, and children who continue needing help in adulthood.