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6 hours ago

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Got Acne?

Acne is a medical condition - and its totally treatable.

@AADskin recommends you wash your face twice daily.
Do it gently.
Don’t scrub.

Use oil-free moisturizer w/ SPF protection.
Try an OTC or Rx retinol-based product (made from vitamin A)

https://lifestyle.org/life-blog

Got Acne?

Acne is a medical condition - and it's totally treatable.

@AADskin recommends you wash your face twice daily.
Do it gently.
Don’t scrub.

Use oil-free moisturizer w/ SPF protection.
Try an OTC or Rx retinol-based product (made from vitamin A)

lifestyle.org/life-blog
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2 days ago

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All grief is not trauma but all trauma has grief in it. ~ @IamDavidKessler 

Watch Now: https://lifestyle.org/shows/surviving-a-shooting

"All grief is not trauma but all trauma has grief in it." ~ @IamDavidKessler

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3 days ago

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Healing after trauma doesnt mean the event didnt happen, it means the damage doesnt have to control you.

The sooner you get help, the better.

~ @IamDavidKessler 

Watch Now: https://lifestyle.org/shows/surviving-a-shooting

"Healing after trauma doesn't mean the event didn't happen, it means the damage doesn't have to control you."

"The sooner you get help, the better."

~ @IamDavidKessler

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4 days ago

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Fears do not stop death.
Fears stop life.

That was then.
This is now.

~ David Kessler 

Watch Now: https://lifestyle.org/shows/surviving-a-shooting

"Fears do not stop death.
Fears stop life."

"That was then.
This is now."

~ David Kessler

Watch Now: lifestyle.org/shows/surviving-a-shooting
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5 days ago

Lifestyle Magazine
Resilience doesn’t simply mean “bouncing back” from a trauma, loss or disaster.

It also means being proactive whenever possible and planning for or preventing such circumstances.

CareNotes author Mary Kendrick Moore helps readers call upon the strengths and abilities needed to respond helpfully and hopefully to life’s challenges in sections titled:

* Acknowledge your loss and fear
* Believe in your ability to foster resilience
* Exercise your brain
* Find support among those you trust

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Resilience doesn’t simply mean “bouncing back” from a trauma, loss or disaster.

It also means being proactive whenever possible and planning for or preventing such circumstances.

CareNotes author Mary Kendrick Moore helps readers call upon the strengths and abilities needed to respond helpfully and hopefully to life’s challenges in sections titled:

* Acknowledge your loss and fear
* Believe in your ability to foster resilience
* Exercise your brain
* Find support among those you trust

To get your FREE copy:

Visit: lifestyle.org/about-the-show/free-offers

Enter Free Offer Code: LIFE-T-F-401
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6 days ago

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Photographer @debbi.lehmantamietti survived a mass shooting at a Las Vegas concert.

The mass shooting @IamDavidKessler survived as a 13-year-old helped shape him into one of the world’s foremost experts on healing and loss.

They share their experiences, insights and healing mechanisms for coping with trauma.

https://lifestyle.org/shows/surviving-a-shooting

Photographer @debbi.lehmantamietti survived a mass shooting at a Las Vegas concert.

The mass shooting @IamDavidKessler survived as a 13-year-old helped shape him into one of the world’s foremost experts on healing and loss.

They share their experiences, insights and healing mechanisms for coping with trauma.

lifestyle.org/shows/surviving-a-shooting
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1 week ago

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Age gap marriages can be challenging - especially if there’s opposition and negativity coming from family and friends.

But, what marriage ISN’T challenging?!

Instead of focusing on the challenges, couples should learn to focus on common interests, appreciate their differences, and support each other no matter what, which, when you think about it, holds true for every single marriage on the planet!

Age gap marriages can be challenging - especially if there’s opposition and negativity coming from family and friends.

But, what marriage ISN’T challenging?!

Instead of focusing on the challenges, couples should learn to focus on common interests, appreciate their differences, and support each other no matter what, which, when you think about it, holds true for every single marriage on the planet!
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1 week ago

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How much protein do you need?

On average, the body needs 0.36 grams of protein per pound of body weight.

Depending on your age, activity level, muscle mass and fitness goals, you could get away with consuming 1.5 to 2 times that amount.

12% to 20% of your daily calories should come from protein.

But your body doesn’t store protein, so there’s no point consuming more than you need.

Excess calories = weight gain

https://lifestyle.org/how-vegetarians-can-get-enough-protein

How much protein do you need?

On average, the body needs 0.36 grams of protein per pound of body weight.

Depending on your age, activity level, muscle mass and fitness goals, you could get away with consuming 1.5 to 2 times that amount.

12% to 20% of your daily calories should come from protein.

But your body doesn’t store protein, so there’s no point consuming more than you need.

Excess calories = weight gain

lifestyle.org/how-vegetarians-can-get-enough-protein
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1 week ago

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Magnesium Matters

Magnesium is one of the most important minerals in the body but most of us don’t give it much thought. There are more than 300 chemical reactions in the body that require this mineral. If that doesn’t get your attention, magnesium deficiency can cause physical and mental health problems.

Several studies have shown that a magnesium deficiency contributes to stress, depression, anxiety and insomnia.

Our bodies burn through magnesium much faster when we’re stressed. If those magnesium stores aren’t replenished, then anxiety, depression and insomnia can kick in.

HOW IT WORKS

Magnesium Reduces Stress Levels

Magnesium inhibits the release of cortisol and reduces the physical effects of stress including anxiety and panic attacks. This is the main reason why magnesium is used up much faster in our bodies when we’re stressed.

Has Anti-Inflammatory Properties

Magnesium reduces the risk of brain inflammation by slowing the production cytokines. High levels of cytokines can alter brain function and cause memory loss, anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder and schizophrenia.

Removes Heavy Metals From The Body

Heavy metals like lead, mercury and aluminum have been known to accumulate in the brain and cause a host of problems including neurological disorders. Magnesium helps to remove heavy metals from the body thereby protecting the brain.

Increases GABA Levels 

GABA is the neurotransmitter that slows down brain activity and allows you to relax.

When GABA levels are low, the mind is constantly racing, making it impossible to fall asleep. Magnesium not only increases your GABA levels but it also regulates the hormone melatonin, which controls your sleep cycle.

Recommended daily allowances are about 400 mg for men and 300 mg for women.

Get your avocados, spinach, almonds and dark chocolate out.
Its time to boost your magnesium!

Magnesium Matters

Magnesium is one of the most important minerals in the body but most of us don’t give it much thought. There are more than 300 chemical reactions in the body that require this mineral. If that doesn’t get your attention, magnesium deficiency can cause physical and mental health problems.

Several studies have shown that a magnesium deficiency contributes to stress, depression, anxiety and insomnia.

Our bodies burn through magnesium much faster when we’re stressed. If those magnesium stores aren’t replenished, then anxiety, depression and insomnia can kick in.

HOW IT WORKS

Magnesium Reduces Stress Levels

Magnesium inhibits the release of cortisol and reduces the physical effects of stress including anxiety and panic attacks. This is the main reason why magnesium is used up much faster in our bodies when we’re stressed.

Has Anti-Inflammatory Properties

Magnesium reduces the risk of brain inflammation by slowing the production cytokines. High levels of cytokines can alter brain function and cause memory loss, anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder and schizophrenia.

Removes Heavy Metals From The Body

Heavy metals like lead, mercury and aluminum have been known to accumulate in the brain and cause a host of problems including neurological disorders. Magnesium helps to remove heavy metals from the body thereby protecting the brain.

Increases GABA Levels

GABA is the neurotransmitter that slows down brain activity and allows you to relax.

When GABA levels are low, the mind is constantly racing, making it impossible to fall asleep. Magnesium not only increases your GABA levels but it also regulates the hormone melatonin, which controls your sleep cycle.

Recommended daily allowances are about 400 mg for men and 300 mg for women.

Get your avocados, spinach, almonds and dark chocolate out.
It's time to boost your magnesium!
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