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Terry’s Well-Well-Well Newsletters

Staying Active with Fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia is a very painful condition which can affect a person’s joints, muscles, tendons and other soft tissue all over the body. It has been linked to difficulty sleeping, headaches, fatigue and depression. The cause is unknown but the effects … Continue reading

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Staying Active with Parkinson’s

Because Parkinson’s affects your ability to move, it is essential to stay active. According to the Parkinson’s Disease Foundation’s website, exercising regularly can greatly improve mobility, flexibility and balance. It can also help to ease secondary symptoms such as depression … Continue reading

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Crisis? What Crisis?

There are many events and circumstances in our lives that can cause stress. However, when the severity worsens, we find ourselves in a full- blown crisis. Things like a death in the family, a serious financial worry, health problems, either … Continue reading

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Letters

I have always maintained that laughter is the best medicine for what ails you. In that light, I’d like to present these “letters”. I cannot vouch for their authenticity. Dear Noah, We could have sworn you said the ark was … Continue reading

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Vacation State of Mind

What is one of the best things you can do for your brain? Take it on vacation! Go explore new sights and sounds, step out of your neighborhood, whether it’s just for the day or a longer trip. The brain … Continue reading

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Snoring – Not a Laughing Matter

Though many times snoring is used as a punch line in comedies and sitcoms, it can be an indication that there is something more seriously wrong. About 24% of men and post-menopausal women suffer from obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) of … Continue reading

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New Tactic to Fight Cravings

Next time you are standing in the checkout line eyeing up that assortment of candy, make a fist. A study by Dr. Aparna Labroo, Ph.D, a professor at the University of Chicago, found that when your self-control is tested, tightening … Continue reading

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Grumpiness – A Different Perspective

We all know that old joke – Person #1: Did you wake up grumpy today? Person #2: No, I let him sleep in. Amusing, as a joke. Even more amusing as one of the Seven Dwarves. However, in real life? … Continue reading

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The Art of Breathing

Breathing in and out. Easy, right? There can’t be a right and wrong way to breathe……. or can there? Breathing through your nose has many benefits, while breathing through your mouth can actually have negatives. While sometimes it is inevitable due … Continue reading

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Walking on Water….

OK, well, not ON water, but walking IN water. The pool is a great place to start or continue a fitness program.  The natural buoyancy of the water takes the jolt out of an exercise routine, thereby reducing the stress … Continue reading

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