According to emerging research, how stress affects your health is a matter of perspective. For decades, stress has been the bad guy. Stress has been blamed as the cause of many health-related concerns, but the tide of information is changing. … Continue reading
While stress may motivate us to get things done, it can also wreak havoc on physical and emotional health. What do deadlines, mortgages, PTA meetings and school plays have in common? They can all cause the body to experience stress, … Continue reading
Odds are you already know that massages can help soothe and relax muscle tension. What you may not realize is just how much massage therapy can benefit your overall health. During a massage, a trained therapist carefully manipulates muscles, tendons … Continue reading
Come hear Dr. Benson speak as a panelist at the “Let’s Get Mentally Fit” conference. Dr. Benson is an experienced OB/GYN at St. Vincent in Fishers, IN. She is experienced in the areas of high risk obstetrics, menopausal conditions and … Continue reading
Massage has been found to help lower high blood pressure, boost the immune system, aid blood circulation, provide relief from stress, pain, muscle tension and headaches. And a whole lot more. Find out about the massage services at MCNE.
Bad habits creep back into everyday life like ants. Check out this inspiring list of reminders and maybe knock off a few bad habits.
Taking a little time out of your day to focus on you — especially during a busy time like the holiday season — is essential to maintaining mental and physical health.
It seems like there’s food everywhere you look this time of year. And when you’re stressed out, your resistance is low. It’s easier to stay strong when you have a few solid ideas for navigating the many temptations of the season.
Here we are again, in a season notorious for inspiring epic levels of stress, massive expenditures of time, energy and money—not to mention obscene heights of calorie consumption. Does it have to be like this? Nah.
Women are more vulnerable to lung cancer because of a variety of factors that have to do with genetic and biological differences. And although cigarette smoking is the way most women develop lung cancer, even women who don’t smoke can get lung cancer.