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Daily Tips To Reduce Stress

By Charles Hopkins | Published 09/20/2007 | Health |

Daily stress can affect your health. It has been proven that those who don't find ways to lower their stress can develop stress-related illnesses such as heart disease, high blood pressure and depression.

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The alarm goes off and through the thin slit between your eyelids, a sliver of white daylight gets in, signaling another day has begun.

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Get your head in the game! is a now trendy slogan made popular by Disneys highly successful High School Musical movie.

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Although you will often hear older folks discussing their cholesterol levels and see older persons in cholesterol reducing product ads, having high cholesterol levels is not a disease of the elderly.

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Music Therapy

By Charles Hopkins | Published 09/20/2007 | Health |

Music therapy uses music to promote positive changes in the well being of an individual. These positive changes may be manifested in changes in physical development, social and interpersonal development, emotional or spiritual well being or cognitive abilities.

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We are not talking about a stage hypnotist who uses flamboyant devices to entertain an audience. We are talking about the professional hypnotherapist who must have multiple strategies in his or her therapeutic bag to address the needs of different clients who present with a variety of problems and issues.

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Now that summer is here many people are spending more time outdoors enjoying the warmth of the sun. Studies have shown that sunlight is actually needed to prevent certain cancers (lung, colon, breast and prostate), diabetes, multiple sclerosis and asthma.

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How to Deal With Stress

By Charles Hopkins | Published 09/20/2007 | Health |

Dealing with stress is one of the most indispensable skills of modern life. The pace of life these days -- instant communication via the Internet and phone, and the speed people can get around -- is unprecedented, and it is not surprising that many people find it hard to keep up without burning out.

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