Friday, June 23, 2017

Weekend Wisdom - Articles on Health and Wellness for Women over 40

Weekend Wisdom - 

What I'm reading this Week on Health and Wellness




Rick Hanson's Just One Thing newsletter (sign up for free here) focused on the power of words. In this time of 'gotcha' and 'fake news,' is what we are saying to others well-intended, true, beneficial, timely and not harsh? More importantly, can we discard what we think about OURSELVES if it doesn't follow these rules? 

Did you know that self-massage can help reduce pain after biopsy as well as increase milk flow in nursing women? I learned new information about lymphatic drainage of the breast and really liked the helpful video. (Romper)

One reason why there is an opioid epidemic in America: opioids prescribed after surgery are used by some patients to reduce their chronic pain from earlier traumas. (Pacific Standard)

My new book review video of 'Ouch a Chronic Pain Workbook' by fellow Massage Therapist Raechel Haller. (YouTube)

This article on the high cost of drugs brings up an interesting question - should you doctor know the price of the drugs he/she is prescribing? (ProPublica)

Laughter can boost the immune system. (Trumpet)

Warning to night owls: your bedtime can affect your perceived ability to control obsessive thoughts and compulsive behavior the next day. (PsychCentral)

Researchers have found there is some overlap between "genes linked to insomnia and the genes linked to other mental health conditions, such as anxiety, depression and neuroticism" (LiveScience)




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