Everyone experiences anxiety. In fact, studies show Americans are more stressed out than ever. But can stress and anxiety actually raise the level of your blood sugar? And what does this mean for those who have diabetes? Is There a Connection Between Stress and Blood Sugar Levels? Yes, there is. It’s caused by both psychological and physical factors. […]
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The pandemic has transformed every aspect of our lives. From social distancing to stay-at-home orders, our world has been transformed. While there are a lot of things that are beyond our control, there are a few things that we can do to make a difference. One of those is to stay healthy both physically and […]
The winter holidays may be a time for family reunions, gift-giving and office parties, but the season is also accompanied by stress. The holiday rush is a perfect recipe for stress: the frenzied dash to buy that perfect present, fighting holiday traffic, and juggling visits to relatives often creates tension and puts a damper on […]
Maybe you’ve heard the “statistic” that the month of December has more suicides than any other time of year. Perhaps you’ve been warned that depression seems to spike during the holidays. While winter’s shorter days and reduced sunlight can cause problems for those with Seasonal Affective Disorder (depression that tends to occur during winter months), […]