By: karengray | November 13, 2019

Moving our bodies benefits us in so many ways, both physically and mentally. Usually, when we think of moving for our health, we think of exercise, and exercise can be a huge turn-off to a lot of people, for a lot of reasons.


Some people find it difficult to make time in their schedule to get to the gym or pool. Exercise and yoga classes may conflict with other responsibilities, and there may be financial barriers that keep people from participating as well. Other barriers that can keep people from getting enough exercise are chronic pain, fatigue, depression, and other physical and emotional issues.


Not only are their barriers to getting enough exercise, there are expectations as well. If we aren't able to do the things that we feel like we ...

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By: karengray | November 06, 2019

UPCOMING EVENTS

Wednesday, November 13th 5:30 pm - 7 pm
Hartford Area Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours

Join us for a tour of the office, networking, and demonstrations.
20 West Park St Suite 224, Lebanon, NH

Thursday, November 21st 6 - 8 pm
3rd Annual Great American Smoke Out Free Smoking Cessation Hypnosis Event
20 West Park St. Suite 224, Lebanon, NH
Are you Ready to Quit Smoking?
Are you looking for real tools to help eliminate cravings and keep you on track?
Refreshments, goodie bags, and a lot of fun.
Free with a non-perishable food item for our local food pantries
No Experience Needed - Just Your Desire to Be Tobacco Free
SPACE IS LIMITED! REGISTER NOW AT:
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By: karengray | October 29, 2019

Seasonal Affective Disorder is estimated to affect 10 million Americans. S.A.D. can be triggered by fewer daylight hours, colder temperatures, and weak daylight.  Many of the symptoms of S.A.D. are the same as those found in clinical depression. They include a low mood, loss of interest in activities, and fatigue. S.A.D. is unique because it follows a seasonal pattern.


Another difference in people experiencing S.A.D. is the tendency to eat more and sleep less, which can lead to increased levels of stress and weight gain, which may contribute to other forms of depression. S.A.D.  involves the body, mood, and thoughts and can interfere with daily life. Symptoms may last for weeks, or months, and can make other depression symptoms wor...

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By: karengray | October 24, 2019

Different people process, integrate, and then access information in different ways. If you tell a story to ten people at the same time and then ask them to tell you about the story, each of them will recall different pieces of information based on what stood out the most to them


Some people learn best by listening, some have to see something done or read it for themselves, and others have to do it to learn it. Most everyone is strongest in one of these areas: visual, auditory, and kinesthetic. 


Discovering how you learn best makes your learning efforts more effective, and knowing how to recognize other people’s learning styles can help you communicate with them more efficiently. 


The Visual Learning Style

People with a visual learning...

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By: karengray | October 15, 2019

Look at you! Here you are with this brilliant computer in your head, and it is faster and more advanced than any other machine on the planet. This computer has almost unlimited storage space and a lightning fast processor capable of producing reactions faster than you can recognize what you’re reacting to.


You have been collecting data your whole life, and your subconscious mind has been using that information to create beliefs, emotional responses, physical reactions, and automatic behaviors, all to keep you safe and running smoothly. And even as awesome as it is, sometimes those programs become outdated, and things don’t as well as you’d like them to.  Like a computer, your subconscious mind can be reprogrammed, updated, and upgraded ...

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