Mind Body Connection: The Relationship Between the Mind & the Body

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    The mind body connection explains why what you are thinking can affect how you feel. You can help your body by keeping your mind at ease. Although this may be difficult, it is extremely important to be positive and keep your mind and body in harmony.

    Don’t forget, you can accomplish just about anything in the world if you are able to keep a good connection between your mind and body.

    For example, we all know how stress gone unmanaged can impact our health by increasing our cortisol levels, which can then lead to cardiac and other health concerns. So, if you take this example, you can see that if you can lower your mental distress, you can help your physical health as well. Activities such as yoga, tai-chi, and meditation can help you achieve your goals in your mind body connection journey because, when you are feeling better physically, you will feel better mentally.

    Some Benefits of Having Mind Body Connection:

    • Optimistic Perspective
    • Physiological Rewire
    • Parasympathetic State, feelings of calmness & connectedness
    • Clarity and Peace of Mind
    • Ability to Explore Mental and Emotional Realms
    • More Blood Flow
    • Moving Forward



    View Dr.Brooke’s full article right here on this topic!

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    For more information, please feel free to check out http://www.drbrookestuart.com– and if you would like to set up a free consultation (which typically lasts 10-15 minutes), please check here!


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