Have you ever been anxious and wished you could calm yourself down? Or have there been times when no matter how hard you tried, you just couldn’t concentrate? NeuroFit is wellness training for your brain, based on the scientific principle of neuroplasticity, which is the ability to learn new habits and form new connections. It’s a way to change your cognitive processing and emotional regulation so you can train yourself to shift from a stressed state to a relaxed one, or a foggy brain state to one that is focused and highly motivated. In this webinar, licensed neurotherapist Ashley Wiegand explains what NeuroFit is, how it works, and who may benefit from receiving this new wellness therapy available at PALM.
Join us in the Oak Room for a nutritious meal from the PALM Café while learning from counselor and coach Lara Pennington, who will explore the spectrum of stress and how to begin redefining your relationship with it. Stress is a necessary and adaptive aspect of life; however, in today’s world, stressors can become all-consuming. For many, vacation is the only stress management tool they know. How do you move beyond “getting away from it all” to reclaim the joy of day-to-day life?
Are you interested in taking a deeper dive into your health and wellness? Have you experienced any unexplained symptoms that won’t seem to go away? Your gut health, adrenal function, longevity, and more are all aspects of your health that influence your body’s general function and well-being. Oftentimes, symptoms like fatigue, gut issues, or inflammation trace back to deficiencies or complications in one or more of these areas. So, how do you gain more insight into this?
If you’re feeling overwhelmed or stressed out, it may be time to delve deeper into your mental health to reclaim your well-being. Join Dr. Nigel Lester, psychiatrist and Director of Mental Health at PALM Health, for a short webinar and info session about managing stress. Dr. Lester will share a 10-minute overview of our new InSight assessment and plan, which helps participants learn more about themselves, their ability to manage stress, and their current lifestyle choices that may be interfering with their resilience to life’s challenges. There will be a brief question and answer session at the end of the webinar.
What causes stress in your life? Take a few minutes and think about it. Are answers such as work, family commitments, relationship conflicts, or health concerns coming to mind? These common daily stressors affect everyone on some level.
Does it feel increasingly difficult to maintain your weight as you age? If so, there may be a biochemical reason the number on the scale keeps creeping up. As you age, your body becomes much more susceptible to inflammation and less resistant to hormonal and environmental fluctuations.
Think about a time when you felt angry, anxious, or stressed. Maybe you had a big exam, an argument with a loved one, or a jarring emotional situation. It’s likely that your heart started to race, your breathing became quick and shallow, and you felt yourself start to tremble. Your muscles tensed up. Maybe you even felt dizzy or nauseous.
Well-being is about having the inner resources to meet stress while being in the midst of it. Our virtual educational Know Yourself Workshops are designed to help individuals increase their resilience to stress and improve their overall well-being and awareness. In these workshops, participants are introduced to the groundbreaking Know Yourself DVD curriculum, which offers tools, concepts, and self-reflection exercises to help foster calmness, self-awareness, emotional intelligence, and mind-body health.
Relationships are fundamental to a well-lived life. In fact, social relationships are one of the pillars of lifestyle medicine, an evidence-based approach that addresses the root causes of disease with changes in lifestyle behaviors such as diet, exercise, sleep, social connectivity, and stress management. In this webinar with Julie Geeting, Coaching and Counseling Lead at PALM Health, you’ll discover more about the ways in which people are connected to others and ways you can care for and strengthen your own relationships.
The year 2022 is expected to be a time of challenge for all of us. Since people grow the most in well-being when they are challenged, this year is a unique opportunity to learn what we can do to live well. In this webinar, Dr. Robert Cloninger will discuss the Temperament and Character Inventory (TCI), a comprehensive tool he developed in 1993 to assess personality based on the way people learn to adapt to new or difficult situations in life. Through their TCI profile, individuals learn how to improve their adaptive skills and well-being at any age, in any situation.