Tag: long term


Psych Your Diet, Lose Weight

The holidays are fast approaching, and many women still find themselves overweight. As we all know, trying to lose weight is no fun at all. It’s just too hard. A Connecticut husband and wife have definite ideas about how to change that. Dr Kenneth Schwarz, a psychologist, and Julie North Schwarz, a writer in the […]

Does regular exercise heighten or reduce your acute sympathetic response (test anxiety, more specifically)?

I was talking to a friend about ways to reduce test anxiety. Regularly exercising came up as a possibility. But it is complicated because long-term exercise typically makes the BODY less responsive to sympathetic activation, while also upregulating the sympathetic response itself. So a highly trained athlete may actually secrete more epinephrine in response to […]

Home Health Care Insurance

There are various insurance policies that help pay for or totally cover the costs of home health care. Consumers are reminded to be very cautious when shopping, comparing and buying home health care insurance policies because coverage is often limited. Considering the limitations and loopholes that home health care insurance has, they may be more […]

Fairwood Health & Body Transition Launches its Pioneering “Weight Loss For Life” Total Body System in Toledo to Help Locals Detox and Lose Weight Fast the Healthy Way

Toledo, Ohio (PRWEB) February 04, 2014 Each year Americans spend roughly $66 billion trying to lose weight. Unfortunately, most diets fail and ironically evolve into weight gain. Toledo chiropractor, Dr. Jason Peisley of Fairwood Health & Body Transition offers a proven solution, “To most people, losing weight is a frustrating and almost impossible mission. At […]

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