Focusing on preventive care rather than treatment of disease is the preferred approach to healthcare. Be proactive with your health care by scheduling regular check-ups, taking note of changes in your health, and preparing questions to discuss with your medical provider. Read this month’s resources to learn how to assess your risk for developing diabetes, heart disease, and stroke through detecting metabolic syndrome.
September is Suicide Awareness Month. Learn tips on elevating conversations to build trust and discover strategies from the R U OK? Campaign, including steps to prepare for difficult conversations with loved ones.
Build on the meaning, happiness, and health in your life by revisiting your 2023 intentions. Personal progression is a lifelong process that requires moments of reflection and evaluation to ensure you are living with purpose. Review this month’s resources for tips, tricks and activities to complete on your personal development journey.
Explore the critical connection between self-care habits and emotional well-being, while discovering tools and techniques needed for behavior change. We delve into the importance of developing self-care habits such as healthy eating, regular exercise, good sleep hygiene, and stress-management techniques, while also examining the impact of negative habits such as maladaptive coping behaviors, poor work-life balance strategies, and negative self-talk on emotional well-being.
Over the past few decades, technology has streamlined work and home life. However, it has increased time spent sitting at a desk, in a car, or on the couch. A growing amount of evidence suggests that a sedentary lifestyle (one made up largely of sitting) plays a significant role in the rise of multiple chronic diseases.
A happy, healthy, and thriving community is essential for a balanced lifestyle. Help create a safe place to live by volunteering time and effort towards
Do you feel confident in your ability to make informed decisions about your healthcare? Do you understand the details of your personal insurance plan? Are
March is National Nutrition Month, and we’re excited to take the opportunity to focus on this important aspect of physical health. Join Becca Rick, GBS Director of Health & Wellness and Registered Dietitian to discuss ways to have Intention in the Kitchen.
Nearly one-third of Americans report suffering from extreme stress, and these numbers are on the rise, with approximately half of Americans experiencing increased stress levels over the last five years. Because everyone experiences stress to some degree, it is universally important to develop effective stress management tools.
For the month of March, focus on bringing awareness and mindfulness into the kitchen. Allow shopping, prepping and eating to be an enjoyable experience by
During the month of February, focus on being intentional with your relationships. If your loved ones aren’t calling or checking in, don’t assume they are
Join the GBS Health & Wellness Team in 2023 for a Year of Intention. Be sure to check your email on the last Tuesday of
As we look forward to toasting eggnog and winning the company gingerbread house competition, it’s important to recognize the holidays can also be a time of stress. Our Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Catherine Van Tassell, shares tools to find meaningful connection during the holidays.