Unfortunately, many people suffer from low self-esteem and lack of confidence. While the occasional body hang-up is normal, poor self-image can have a hugely negative impact on your physical and mental well-being in the long-run. For that reason, it’s important to take steps to improve your confidence and feel happy in your own skin. With this in mind, here are four tips to boost your self-image:
The lifestyle choices you make can determine your quality of life and lifespan. There are many factors that can play a role in your general health and wellbeing. Making the right decisions for your body could potentially help you to ward away certain medical conditions, reduce the effects of aging, lift your mood, and increase your energy levels each day. If you want to build a strong, flexible and healthy body, read the 11 best steps to take to effectively protect your health.
Chronic pain is often a debilitating condition which can have a significant impact on a patient’s quality of life as well as their prospects for the future. Treating and managing chronic pain presents a challenge for both doctors and patients. Current treatment regimens generally revolve around both physical therapy and the use of pharmaceutical painkillers. The use of addictive drugs such as opioid painkillers in treating chronic conditions remains a controversial practice, especially against the backdrop of a spiraling opioid addiction crisis.
If you have a stressful life, as so many people do, then you will love those moments when you can relax and unwind. However, not everyone has the time to relax, or at least they don’t think they do. The thing you need to remember is that no matter how busy you are, you should always make time for yourself and that means unwinding. There is no better way to relax your body and mind than with some Gassho meditation. Here are some of the benefits of meditating regularly.
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The Office of New York State Senator Brad Hoylman is sponsoring an afternoon of Free Mammograms, available to women age 40 and over who haven’t had one in the past year.
Please note that the date has changed from December 2nd to the the 16th. If you previously made an appointment, Project Renewal will call you to confirm the new date and time.
Time and Location Details are:
Monday, December 16th, 2013
1:30 – 4:00 PM
at Project Renewal’s Scan Van
First Avenue between 16th & 17th Streets
Please note that these services are By Appointment Only and space is limited. Please call (800)564-6868 to make your appointment. Again, these mammograms are Free for uninsured women 40 and older. All insurance plans accepted, and Co-payments and deductibles are waived.
Co-Sponsored by: Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney ∙ NYC Council Speaker Christine C. Quinn ∙ Borough President Scott Stringer ∙ State Senator Liz Krueger ∙ State Senator José Serrano ∙ State Senator Daniel Squadron ∙ Assembly Member Richard Gottfried ∙ Assembly Member Brian Kavanagh ∙ Councilmember Gale Brewer ∙ Councilmember Dan Garodnick
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