Volunteering has reduced my loneliness, increased my satisfaction with life, and offered me a practical “roadmap” to healthy living.
Sophrology healed my war trauma through talking, mild exercises to soften my joints, visualization exercises, and a special breathing technique.
Burnout creeps up on you over time. Listen to your mind and body for any warning signs. Make an honest assessment of the amount of stress in your daily life and find ways to reduce it. A few small changes now will definitely pay off as burnout isn’t cured in a few days but takes lifestyle changes and time to get over.
It was really out of frustration over the constant pain that I started seeking out “complementary” therapies. I found the most and longest lasting relief with an osteopathic doctor, who, in addition to his treatments has also put me on magnesium, vitamins D and B12, and selenium supplements.
Starting a new health journey to address hormonal imbalances totally changed my life. Not only did I change my diet, but also my overall lifestyle for the better, and that of my family in the process.