Are you looking for a way to make your life better by feeling better?
Your diet and exercise routine have a large impact on the way your body feels and functions. It may be hard to stick to a diet and exercise routine, especially when it involves giving up some of your favorite foods. It is crucial that you do this if you wish to have a healthier body. It will take a great deal of commitment, dedication, and motivation, but it is possible.
Listen in as Pat Iyer chats about these points
- What are the things that determine how many calories you need
- How many calories you need to consume regarding your current weight
- Why an LNC might need to make a conscious effort to move around
- Why an improper diet may make you easily stressed or overwhelmed
- Tips on modifying your diet and exercise routines
Related Product: The Mind Body Connection – Kay Rice
As nurses we sometimes feel like we have an excellent grasp of what causes dis-ease, but there is a lot we don’t understand about how our bodies handle stress. Any small business owner is prone to stress.
I want to share details about something I think is important for every LNC to understand – how your mind and body interrelate to keep you healthy- or sick.
Kay Rice challenges assumptions about Western medicine and presents a different model of thinking: mind-body medicine. She asks us to think about medical care in a way that will help you realize
• why “a pill for every ill” could harm you
• how Western medicine and Ayuvedic medicine differ
• the basis of mind-body medicine and how that can help you
• how you can help your body fight disease
• the impact of stress on the body
• how you can harness your body’s intelligence to create better balance in your life
Order the Mind Body Connection, our one-hour online training, at http://LNC.tips/mindbody and use the code Listened to get a 25% discount.
Pat Iyer has been a legal nurse consultant since 1987. She also built a successful LNC business that was filled with loyal attorney clients who returned over and over with cases.