What do you do when all things appear to be unmanageable? What do you do when you don’t know how to go on? What do you do when you believe there is nothing more that can be done? What do you do when you question yourself and your decisions?
You level up! You level up against challenges. You keep struggling. You find a way to make a little transpire. You see a way to get to the following stage, even if that stage is only a small move forward. You take that first step ahead without judgment.
Our minds hold our memories; gives us our thoughts, feelings, and views; and connects us to other people. Our mind is the opening into our heart and soul.
Our mind allows or limits our body’s movement. When our mind is unfocused our breath, our actions, our health deteriorates.
So many people place importance on their physical body over their minds because the mind is imperceptible— it cannot be to...
If you have a business website, you need to have a successful blog that brings in new business leads. To do this, you will need to have a clear vision of who your target customer is. Without this unique piece of knowledge, you may be missing out on current and futur...
I love to meditate. When I entered my yoga journey three years ago, I was given the opportunity to learn the art of meditation. Throughout my journey, I have practiced silent meditation, noble meditation, mantra meditation (called Japa), and guided meditation.
Meditation is an essential tool in my daily self-care ritual that allows me to achieve equanimity and stillness. With all the daily stress we experience in our modern lifestyles, it’s no wonder the popularity of meditation is progressiv...
Cancer can begin anywhere in the body. Perhaps one of the most misunderstood forms of cancer is a specific type of breast cancer known as Ductal carcinoma in situ, or DCIS.
Ductal Carcinoma in Situ (DCIS) is a non-invasive or pre-invasive form of breast cancer that affects 60,000 women each year. DCIS is also referred to as intraductal (within the milk ducts) carcinoma, says the American Cancer Society. However, most women first learn about DCIS when they receive the shocking diagnosis.
Deciding to move your mom into senior housing can be a challenging decision if you’re unfamiliar with the types of senior living options. If your mom does not require continual care or monitoring and is still relatively independent, the choice may come down to two options: assisted living vs. independent living.
Breast cancer is a disease in which abnormal cells grow in the breast tissues. These abnormal cells can invade surrounding tissue or spread (metastasize) to other areas of your body. Since aging can increase your risk of these abnormal cell changes, senior women are more prone to develop breast cancer.
Pregnancy is a time of remarkable physical and emotional changes, from your growing belly and glowing skin to that all-too-common moodiness and forgetfulness. You may have even noticed significant changes in your sense of balance, causing you to trip and stumble more than before.
While an accidental fall during pregnancy can certainly be upsetting and painful, it is not uncommon. A study in the Maternal and Child Health Journal found that 27 percent of pregnant women suffered a fall during pr...
You just found out you're pregnant. Congratulations! The next nine months will be full of exciting milestones, physical changes, and mounting anticipation as the big day draws near. Nurturing your growing baby starts with taking care of yourself. From immunization schedules to diet and exercise, this pregnancy checklist will help you and your baby stay healthy and happy all throughout your pregnancy.
During pregnancy, certain vaccinations can protect you and your baby fr...
Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a multifaceted neurological condition affecting the central nervous system. As the central nervous system controls all bodily functions, symptoms such as muscular weakness and atrophy, sensory changes, imbalance, and pain can be present. Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), or Lou Gehrig’s disease, affects the motor neurons in the brain and spinal cord that control the voluntary muscles throughout the body.
Breast cancer recurrence after an initially successful treatment is something no one wants to encounter. For most breast cancer survivors, the greatest fear is their breast cancer has returned or spread. Finding out breast cancer has returned can turn your world upside down. However, there is hope.
There are more than 100 different types of headaches, each with its own origins and symptoms. While most headaches are brief and aren't a cause for concern, being able to identify which type of headache you are experiencing can help you better understand your health.
According to the CDC, sickle cell disease (SCD) affects an estimated 100,000 people in the United States. But as sickle cell research progresses, the quality of life for those living with SCD improves as well. So, what is sickle cell disease, and how does it affect a person?