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Self-Care

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It is up to you to tend to the “body” part of the mind-body connection.

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Self-Care

  1. 1. Our life… Challenging Clients Increased Workloads Big T and Small t Traumas Forms of Opression The “isms” Grief/Loss Got Job Security? Budget Cuts Economic Realities Family of Origin Concerns Health Issues Relationship “Partnering” Finances Parenting/ Caregiving Traffic Jam Cell Phone Bill Spilt Milk Kid Late for Curfew Unexpected Expense Flat Tire
  2. 2. Consequences of Poor Self-Care Mental health Frustration, irritability, anxiety/fear, confusion, poor concentration, helplessness, hopelessness, depression, low morale, pessimism, compassion fatigue, guilt, etc. Physical health Stress-related illness (hypertension, ulcers, acid reflux/heartburn, skin rash, etc.) Relationships (personal and professional) Conflict, tension, misunderstanding, anger, emotional or physical abuse Organizational health Increased absenteeism, diminished productivity, team conflict, turnover
  3. 3. Self Care Factor
  4. 4. Physiological Self-Care •Nutrition •Sleep •Exercise
  5. 5. • Noticing and tending to your physical state is an essential daily practice • It is up to you to tend to the “body” part of the mind-body connection
  6. 6. * Eat foods that help the nervous system * Avoid those that harm the nervous system (stimulant beverages and refined sugar)
  7. 7. Calms the nervous system
  8. 8. Good for the nervous system
  9. 9. Exercise Strategies Keys to Success: Activities that are enjoyable and easy (Walking)
  10. 10. Stress impacts sleep (Lack of) sleep influences stress When you sleep better, life’s difficulties will seem a little less stressful than they otherwise would.
  11. 11. Sleep Hygiene * Avoid caffeine and alcohol. Note: Several studies have shown that depressed patients tend to consume fairly high amounts of caffeine. Switch to herbal tea or grain coffee. * Physical activity will promote sleep. * Go to bed and wake up at the same time. * Several hours before bedtime, don’t eat snacks or other food. * Take a hot shower * Herbal Remedies (Valerian)
  12. 12. WELLNESS PLAN APP http://creationhealth.com/

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