Aging doesn't have to be devastating. In "Women's Health: Advice to Baby Boomers" viewers will learn what changes to expect at mid-life, ways to avoid some of them, compensate for others and in some cases, how to accept and manage them. This program features Dr. Robin Miller, co-author of The Smart Women's Guide to Midlife and Beyond and Dr. Mike Roizen, co-author of "You Staying Young" and other You series books.
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Today more men and women are staying active into older age and living longer. "Men's Health: Advice to Baby Boomers" explores how aging impacts men's bodies and what they can do to maintain a healthy, active lifestyle. This program discusses nutrition, exercise and how to navigate the aging process.
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If chronic, ongoing stress is a part of your life, it's important to make healthy lifestyle changes that can help ease your symptoms. Exercise, eating a healthy diet, and cutting back on alcohol and caffeine will not only improve your general health but will also ease the physical and mental symptoms linked to stress.
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Stress can affect your mental and physical health causing symptoms such as headaches, tension and trouble sleeping. Chronic, ongoing stress can lead to more serious health concerns including heart disease and hypertension if it's not treated.
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Learn what integrative health is, how the mind-body-spirit approach can help the body recover, learn how integrative health can help a patient feel better during cancer treatment, and how to access integrative health.
Available Languages: English
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If you are a caregiver to someone living with a serious mental health disorder, your support and help is very important. Learn from experts how you can help and what questions you can ask to find the right treatment for your loved one.
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Making healthy lifestyle changes can help in treatment for depression, along with medication and therapy. Things like healthy eating, exercise, reducing alcohol consumption and meditation can help relieve some of the symptoms of depression and keep depressive episodes from happening.
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Thanks to numerous medical breakthroughs people are living longer today than ever before. That means that older Americans need to learn more about aging and what they can to do to take care of themselves. "Healthy Aging" looks at nutrition, exercise, diagnostic tests and other tips to maintain the best quality of life possible.
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It's normal to feel anxious from time to time, but when severe, ongoing anxiety and worry starts to interfere with your daily life, it may be a sign of Generalized Anxiety Disorder. Recognizing the symptoms of GAD and then talking to a mental health professional are the first steps to manage this mental illness.
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Stress can have long-lasting effects on your life and health, but you can use healthy lifestyle changes and relaxation tools to help you cope with stressors. Things like exercise, a healthy diet, mediation and positive self-talk can all help relieve the mental and physical symptoms of stress.
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The symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder or PTSD can be managed. You can live a healthy life with the right treatment plan, maintaining a healthy lifestyle, and avoiding substance abuse and other unhealthy behaviors. Work with your mental health professional to figure out what works to ease daily anxiety.
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