Post-quarantine life can mean all sorts of things. For many surgeons, it just means a higher demand for elective surgeries. Cosmetic surgery has been seeing a boom across the country, including Arizona. The boom in elective surgeries is happening because people are no longer afraid of COVID-19. It's important to understand how Arizona's medical industry is responding to the demand.
We've been through a lot collectively over the last two years. It can take a toll on anyone, even those with the strongest of mindsets. Thankfully, a new year is on the horizon, and the holidays are right around the corner - giving all of us tons to look forward to. You may have even already committed to enjoying a healthier lifestyle in 2022. But, what about any anxieties that you may be struggling with right now? While there is no "magic pill" that can make anxiety lessen - even pharmaceuticals don't completely eliminate them - there are things you can do every day to help yourself feel more in control and worry less.
Motivation is a highly individual thing. If you are having trouble getting yourself motivated, it might be because you are using someone else’s favorite method for motivating themselves. They might be into fast cars. Going out and buying a sports car that goes 200MPH might be the right motivation for them because unless they are driving fast and near the edge of their abilities, they just don’t feel as alive. Going for that kind of drive on an empty road in a place where there is no speed limit gets them up early and allows for them to do their best work. That doesn’t mean you should start shopping for a Ferrari.
Statistics show that self-care can lead to improvements in productivity. Self-care has many different meanings to different people. Is self-care mental health? Do you have to do self-care activities every day? How do you know if you are giving yourself proper self-care? Keep reading to learn about the benefits of natural self-care for your overall well-being.
Summer is soon coming to a close. Children will go back to school, college students will make their way back to dorms, and the relaxed pace of the hot summer months will be replaced with the busy hustle of the fall. Sadly, this means that many healthy habits start to take a back seat. Exercise gets replaced with errands, the days get shorter, and food changes from fresh summer produce to fall and winter comfort foods. While it’ll still be hot here in Arizona, cooler days are coming. Here’s how you can take advantage of the coming months to work on your health goals without losing the progress you made over the summer.