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Let’s start with the basics guy: Are you Addicted to technology?
We are all familiar with substance addiction to alcohol and narcotics, but what about the addiction to a specific behavior? Addiction is characterized by the inability to refrain from rewarding experiences consistently.
Today a great majority of Americans own at least one smartphone designed to make their professional and personal life efficient, entertaining, and easy. Today’s use of phones do, for many, what personal assistants used ...Continue Reading →
This year’s Men’s Health Month comes amidst the unprecedented stressful times of this pandemic. Staying healthy both physically and mentally has never been more important, and more challenging. Social isolation, disrupted routines and exercise regimens, financial losses, unemployment and ruined businesses, fear paranoia and divisive politics, all make it likely that everyone is struggling now more than ever. While everyone is stressed, and stress is a normal reaction of this crisis, men may be extra ...Continue Reading →
Your penis will be happier if you add the snacks listed below into your rotation. We have all spent so much time at home lately, and it’s admittedly hard to stave off cravings. Your time at home means that you likely fall into one of two categories. 1. You have done everything right and look like you have been away at a mega spa for the past two months, or 2. You did the exact opposite ...Continue Reading →
May is Women’s Health Month. As the emotional conduits for many families, women are well-suited to start some difficult but important conversations within their families about health-related decisions, including how each family member wants to be cared for at the end of life. For most of us, the dying process will be just that – a process, and not a sudden event. And while we all are guaranteed to experience the sunset of life, we might all have very different ...Continue Reading →
Many of my patients with an autoimmune disease have asked if it puts them at a higher risk of contracting COVID-19 or developing more serious complications if they were to get COVID-19. Other patients worry if their autoimmune disease puts them in the immunocompromised category of individuals that need to take extra precautions. Not all individuals with an autoimmune disease are immunocompromised, however, certain medications used to treat some autoimmune diseases can be immunosuppressive.
There are several medical terms ...Continue Reading →
We find ourselves in the second month of quarantine and stay-at-home orders here in LA. As we celebrate women’s health and Mother’s day this month, I want to turn the focus of this article to women, especially moms, and how to take care of themselves during this pandemic.
Women are often the primary caretakers of the household. They embody Mother energy. They get up and start planning their day around the rest of the ...Continue Reading →
Plus The World Health Organization warns about INFODEMIC (misinformation)
FACT: When the first few cases of the coronavirus hit the U.S, many thought that our country would be able to contain it with simple preventative measures such as washing our hands and staying indoors. What we didn’t know back then, but discovered just last week, is that the virus can spread through asymptomatic carriers.
Why the rapid spread to all 50 states and territories? Because ...Continue Reading →
Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, Californians are recommended to stay home to prevent the spread of the invisible virus which can be lethal for some patients. So, we’re all home and not able to attend to our normal exercise routines. Or, perhaps we previously had no time to exercise due to over an hour commute to work each way, and now we actually do have time to exercise…but we’re stuck at home.
Exercising (at home) is important to:
As a psychologist, I sometimes wish for the superpower to make my patients do the self-care exercises that we discuss in session. As a psychologist during our time of pandemic, I definitely wish that I could make everyone, everywhere practice one tool in particular. More than any other tip, technique, or exercise, I have found a particular kind of slow, controlled breathing, called Coherent Breathing, to be extremely effective and easy to learn and practice. Scientific research has revealed an ...Continue Reading →