Take care of yourself during the COVID-19 shelter in place with ideas for staying active and connected, managing stress, eating well and more.
Practice thankfulness to improve your health and increase your joy and satisfaction.
Decrease anxiety and improve health with mindful awareness and nonjudgmental acceptance.
Try complementary self-care therapies, such as exercise, stretching and massage, to relieve back pain and strengthen core muscles.
If you want to age well and happily, cultivate longevity-boosting practices, including optimism, forgiveness, humor, curiosity and gratitude.
Meditation can make you more productive by reducing stress, increasing your capacity to focus, and decreasing the tendency to pursue distractions.
Raheel Khan, D.O., a psychiatrist at Sutter Center for Psychiatry, offers up five key ways to beat the blues during this stressful time.
Let Sutter Health mindfulness trainer Linda Meyers relax your body and mind into a restful, restorative slumber.
This guided imagery can help reduce physical pain and enhance recovery.
Follow this guided imagery to calm your mind and ease tension in your body.
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Mark Saleh, M.D.
Palo Alto Medical Foundation
I am a frequent migraine sufferer and I was told that acupuncture can actually help more than drugs to prevent attacks. Is this true?
This question is frequently asked, and the answer is complicated. The effect of acupuncture on migraine and other chronic pain syndromes has been studied extensively. The data from these studies, unfortunately,... continue reading about I am a frequent migraine sufferer and I was told that acupuncture can actually help more than drugs to prevent attacks. Is this true?