Chronic pain is bad enough, but at least there are ways not to add to your misery.
At what time and place in history would you choose to be seriously ill?
You might think being healthy puts you in a good state of mind, but it’s the good state of mind that will keep you healthy in the long-term.
“Social and cultural factors impact our health profoundly, both positively and negatively.”
Chris Stewart-Patterson, M.D., on some guidelines on thinking critically about treatments and their efficacy.
Moonlight shimmers on the surface of the steaming Japanese bath, while a gentle wind rustles. The very atmosphere seems to radiate relaxation and serenity.
“I tell them that sometimes in health, as in other areas of life, there is a middle path. Nature, it seems, embraces moderation.”
Too cold to work out? Sure, but you can still do your body and mind plenty of good — while also making a real difference to others.
“The biggest problem with sleep loss is that it’s not often recognized as a problem. Those under its influence ignore the real source of their problems.”
“Lifestyle habits can hopefully be viewed in a more positive context than the nagging “shoulds” that we wrestle with daily.”