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I am so excited to have  another shperpa joining in this episode: my dear colleague Dr. Courtney Harkins. Let's dialogue why using your voice is such a vital ingredient to your mental wellness and sanity and HOW you can do it!You'r listening to YOUR Mental Wellness podcast for YOUR voice and sanity. Thank you for joining us this week on your mental wellness podcast for your voice and sanity. Make sure to check out our show notes, visit our website, www dot tools for vitality.com where you can subscribe to the show. We would appreciate it if you would tell a friend about the podcast
Research shows that it is very beneficial to slow down, disengage from our constant connection with technology, and strengthen our creativity and goal achievement by taking a break from our devices. Sarah Hohmann and I discuss our challenges with harnessing our use of technology. For example, our first thing in the morning can be to start with 20 to 30 minutes of quiet time. Learn more how this practice allows you to refresh your mental wellness. As a result, you will (re-)discover your voice and sanity.You'r listening to YOUR Mental Wellness podcast for YOUR voice and sanity. Thank you for joining us this week on your mental wellness podcast for your voice and sanity. Make sure to check out our show notes, visit our website, www dot tools for vitality.com where you can subscribe to the show. We would appreciate it if you would tell a friend about the podcast
Today I want to do a very surface scratch on the idea of sustainability, which a lot of times has been used with regards to describing activities or ways how enterprises or procedures are set up, that are able to then conserve or preserve the resources in this world, in the longer term. And we often do not even give a second thought to well food or clothing medicine have come from. Yet if we are taking a more sustainability oriented lens, we should just remember how our parents, grandparents, or great grandparents, used plants, for example, to eat to cure diseases, and to create clothing. And as we return to the very roots as to the plants that we have close to us, around us, we may find that these capacities that we may have set aside as we learn to find production of clothing, food medicine, elsewhere, cheaper than where we are, that indeed, looking at these things in our neighborhood, can really help to sustain us in a different way. A Western mindset  has moved us away from that connection with ourselves in the present moment, as well as with the knowledge from our ancestors. However, find out how you can make the difference only you can make.You'r listening to YOUR Mental Wellness podcast for YOUR voice and sanity. Thank you for joining us this week on your mental wellness podcast for your voice and sanity. Make sure to check out our show notes, visit our website, www dot tools for vitality.com where you can subscribe to the show. We would appreciate it if you would tell a friend about the podcast
Wow! We are launching sails to mental wellness into the New Year! Join us on how to move from powerlessness to healthy power and voice- your ultimate place of sanity!You'r listening to YOUR Mental Wellness podcast for YOUR voice and sanity. Thank you for joining us this week on your mental wellness podcast for your voice and sanity. Make sure to check out our show notes, visit our website, www dot tools for vitality.com where you can subscribe to the show. We would appreciate it if you would tell a friend about the podcast
Using basic relaxation strategies (breathing, taking breaks, engaging in meditation or prayer) plus social media savyness  have been found to help the participants in our recent study to experience greater wellness at home and at work.Join co-researcher Kevin Wilby and me as we get to dialogue about what truly helps you to RELAX!You'r listening to YOUR Mental Wellness podcast for YOUR voice and sanity. Thank you for joining us this week on your mental wellness podcast for your voice and sanity. Make sure to check out our show notes, visit our website, www dot tools for vitality.com where you can subscribe to the show. We would appreciate it if you would tell a friend about the podcast
Today I would like to talk about the topic of Financial Wellness. If we worry about our finances, that impairs our mental wellness: stress, anxiety, fretting is contrary to a mindset of mental wellness.I am excited to welcome our “Sherpa” (as I call the experts who are joining this podcast): Dr. Axel Meierhoefer. Dr. Axel Meierhoefer’s many skills grew through a successful career in the Air Force and in an executive role for a software company as well as by subsequently founding a consulting company in 2005.The Great Recessions around 2009 introduced him to real estate and the many things it seemed to allow. He then got his Ph.D. while rebuilding his consulting company. His website is calledhttps://idealwealthgrower.com/. On his podcast “The IDEAL investor show” he is serving his listeners' and clients to grow a positive attitude to be the creators of their best future, including financially. Sounds familiar? Axel's focus as to what he wants his listeners to take away from his podcast (e.g., a positive attitude) is similar to my focus on the ability on creating mental wellness in order to use our voice and sound decision making. You'r listening to YOUR Mental Wellness podcast for YOUR voice and sanity. Thank you for joining us this week on your mental wellness podcast for your voice and sanity. Make sure to check out our show notes, visit our website, www dot tools for vitality.com where you can subscribe to the show. We would appreciate it if you would tell a friend about the podcast
I love pursuing clarity especially during crazy times like the holidays. I am equally grateful for my collaborator and sherpa Sarah Hohmann who shares about her survival strategies, including what she is learning  the secrets of geniuses :). Enjoy!You'r listening to YOUR Mental Wellness podcast for YOUR voice and sanity. Thank you for joining us this week on your mental wellness podcast for your voice and sanity. Make sure to check out our show notes, visit our website, www dot tools for vitality.com where you can subscribe to the show. We would appreciate it if you would tell a friend about the podcast
Let's talk about how to attend to chronic pain, memory loss, and depression. What does magnesium have to do with that, you ask?My answer: lots! Feel inspire to add, e.g., almonds,  cashews, peanuts, for extra magnesium.  Let's dive in!Also, here is a resource for you that lists how your magnesium intake should be coordinated with other vitamins and minerals. Enjoy!P.S.:Let's not forget that magnesium needs to be in balance with calcium. They have opposite functions — for example calcium contracts muscles, magnesium relaxes muscles. The ideal ratio of calcium to magnesium is thought to be 1:1 to 2:1 so if you’re getting say 800 mg calcium, you’d need 400 – 800 mg magnesium. That’s a whole lot more than the 200 mg that most people get. Most people’s ratio is 5:1 or higher and that’s a major problem over the long term.You'r listening to YOUR Mental Wellness podcast for YOUR voice and sanity. Thank you for joining us this week on your mental wellness podcast for your voice and sanity. Make sure to check out our show notes, visit our website, www dot tools for vitality.com where you can subscribe to the show. We would appreciate it if you would tell a friend about the podcast
Since the beginning of time, people go to great lengths in order to be enhancing their capacities for physical intimacy. The good news is that sexual capacity and to be enhancement, all that is literally at your fingertips, and in your capacity to be enhanced through the foods that you eat. Learn more about this in this episode!P.S. Receive the handout mentioned by clicking here.You'r listening to YOUR Mental Wellness podcast for YOUR voice and sanity. Thank you for joining us this week on your mental wellness podcast for your voice and sanity. Make sure to check out our show notes, visit our website, www dot tools for vitality.com where you can subscribe to the show. We would appreciate it if you would tell a friend about the podcast
There is an exciting ingredient to our mental well being called attention. Because we needed a specific given tasks at hand seem mundane, or where we have so many distractions at our fingertips at all times these days. So to really be at our best, we got to harness our mental capacities. Vitamin Bs and vitamin D get to support our attention.For detailed information on vitamin B9, click here.Vegetarian foods high in vitamin B12 include fortified cereals, fortified fruit juices, fortified tofu, yogurt, milk, cheese, eggs, vitamin water, and whey powder.Interested in a vegan, sustainably grown and harvested food novelty that is packed with vitamin Bs? Learn more here.You'r listening to YOUR Mental Wellness podcast for YOUR voice and sanity. Thank you for joining us this week on your mental wellness podcast for your voice and sanity. Make sure to check out our show notes, visit our website, www dot tools for vitality.com where you can subscribe to the show. We would appreciate it if you would tell a friend about the podcast
With Sherpa Sarah Hohmann I get to embark on a scary yet brave subject: taking a look at the complex carbohydrates in our lives, our friends for mood and sanity. Join Sarah and me as we are taking a look at the Food and Mood Journal. Sarah mentioned Project B3- watch a video on what Project B3 stands for. Here is her boxYou'r listening to YOUR Mental Wellness podcast for YOUR voice and sanity. Thank you for joining us this week on your mental wellness podcast for your voice and sanity. Make sure to check out our show notes, visit our website, www dot tools for vitality.com where you can subscribe to the show. We would appreciate it if you would tell a friend about the podcast
Are you a foodie? Or a moodie? With the foods that we are consuming, we get to create our mental wellness, our ability to use our voice, and our ability to have sound judgment AKA sanity. Or are you a moodie, dealing with brain farts, brain fog, overwhelm, and all the other feelings and experiences that we have, when we're not at our best? Become your own SHERPA by checking out this complimentary Food Mood Journal prior to our next episode (to be reviewed with sherpa Sarah Hohmann- stay tuned for her visit):).You'r listening to YOUR Mental Wellness podcast for YOUR voice and sanity. Thank you for joining us this week on your mental wellness podcast for your voice and sanity. Make sure to check out our show notes, visit our website, www dot tools for vitality.com where you can subscribe to the show. We would appreciate it if you would tell a friend about the podcast
The HPA axis of your body is your quiet axis for your mental well-being. Learn how you can make your axis your powerful ally in your pursuit of voice and sanity. Access my complimentary handout that guides you to strengthen your ally- easy and yet powerful. You got this! You'r listening to YOUR Mental Wellness podcast for YOUR voice and sanity. Thank you for joining us this week on your mental wellness podcast for your voice and sanity. Make sure to check out our show notes, visit our website, www dot tools for vitality.com where you can subscribe to the show. We would appreciate it if you would tell a friend about the podcast
Yes- two awesome things in ONE: leaving depression and anxiety behind by (healthy) EATING! Hear how you can eat yourself out of overwhelm and "wanna-throw-the-towl". And here is one of the book about the mind-gut-connection by Emeran Mayer.Plus his newest one on the gut-immune connection. You'r listening to YOUR Mental Wellness podcast for YOUR voice and sanity. Thank you for joining us this week on your mental wellness podcast for your voice and sanity. Make sure to check out our show notes, visit our website, www dot tools for vitality.com where you can subscribe to the show. We would appreciate it if you would tell a friend about the podcast
It was surprising to me that the amount of inflammation in our bodies (that we may not even be aware of) can keep us from well-being and using our voice.You'r listening to YOUR Mental Wellness podcast for YOUR voice and sanity. Thank you for joining us this week on your mental wellness podcast for your voice and sanity. Make sure to check out our show notes, visit our website, www dot tools for vitality.com where you can subscribe to the show. We would appreciate it if you would tell a friend about the podcast
Hear here how we can enhance our mental wellness through our food intake. And thereby create our ability for using our voice and shaping our sanity!The foods we eat influence how we feel about ourselves, our mood, our anxiety, and how we can with the food we eat enhance the body's  function to heal itself.  The foods we eat create chemicals that help us regulate our mood. You don't need to become a chef or shop in a very expensive supermarket. By paying attention to our nutrition, it helps us to support our mental well being. So this one is not giving you nutrition advice, because I'm not a nutritionist. I just want to inspire you to look for these small ways of being that you can totally use every day. And with every day that you practice them, you are making a significant influence and a positive impact on your way of being and feeling and even like your body's ability to heal itself. Your biggest fan,SibylleYou'r listening to YOUR Mental Wellness podcast for YOUR voice and sanity. Thank you for joining us this week on your mental wellness podcast for your voice and sanity. Make sure to check out our show notes, visit our website, www dot tools for vitality.com where you can subscribe to the show. We would appreciate it if you would tell a friend about the podcast
Learn about how you can overturn your "brain fart" or forgetfulness and brain fog! There are a lot of helpful things we can do to protect our cognitive health. Believe it or not, the brain is composed of about half and half fat and water! Getting enough healthy fats in the diet will help nourish the brain - think things like olive oil, avocados, nuts and seeds, and of course, omega-3 fats at least twice a week from seafood, ground flaxseed and chia seeds.    Staying hydrated will also lubricate the brain and help it function properly. In the last few years, there has also been research on how excess sugars can "gunk up" the brain, and may contribute to the development of dementia.Focusing on building a plate with mostly proteins with healthy fats, vegetables and whole grains, limiting sugary drinks and treats to once or twice a week, and drinking at least 8 cups of fluids daily can help keep up brain health. There is also a lot of research that promotes the role of low-impact exercise & doing puzzles (think crosswords, sudoku, etc) on brain health.You'r listening to YOUR Mental Wellness podcast for YOUR voice and sanity. Thank you for joining us this week on your mental wellness podcast for your voice and sanity. Make sure to check out our show notes, visit our website, www dot tools for vitality.com where you can subscribe to the show. We would appreciate it if you would tell a friend about the podcast
I find myself in this incredibly busy and complex life, with anything from family and family members and Pandemic related situations and work, of course, that it just drives me to look for these simple yet very effective tools that we can use to be the best in our world, and to use our voice to really make the impact that we get to have. Today, let's chat about curcumin:In Eastern medicine and cuisines, curcumin dealing with cold smallpox or shingles, among other ailments. It can be used also to help with inflammation and also in enhancing the blood flow to the brain.It also helps to help us boost our capacity to have the conduit our cells to its best and be at their best and deal with wound care in scarring by burns. Curcumin also delivers the cognitive benefits  through enhancing your gut health....You'r listening to YOUR Mental Wellness podcast for YOUR voice and sanity. Thank you for joining us this week on your mental wellness podcast for your voice and sanity. Make sure to check out our show notes, visit our website, www dot tools for vitality.com where you can subscribe to the show. We would appreciate it if you would tell a friend about the podcast
Join betrayal trauma expert Carol Sheets (Carol the Coach)  and my exchange on tools to address betrayal trauma- one complex issue that may thwart mental wellness-wounds of betrayal can feel like PTSD.  Despite of this, betrayal is not your fault!You'r listening to YOUR Mental Wellness podcast for YOUR voice and sanity. Thank you for joining us this week on your mental wellness podcast for your voice and sanity. Make sure to check out our show notes, visit our website, www dot tools for vitality.com where you can subscribe to the show. We would appreciate it if you would tell a friend about the podcast
20 Signs That Your Reptile Brain (AKA limbic system) Is in Overdrive:1. Focusing on pain or body checking:Do you find yourself obsessively talking or thinking about symptoms of illness? 2. Scanning your environment:Do you find yourself scanning your surroundings for potential threats? 3. Reading the future:Do you find yourself predicting how you will react if you engage in certain activities or go specific places? Or do you often predict how others will react? Do you avoid situations, or alter the way that you live in a self-protective manner?4. Obsessing about fear: (of chemicals, fatigue, pain or anxiety):Do you find yourself constantly worrying about the future or your state of health? I5. Mood changes:Do you often find yourself feeling helpless, sad, resentful, angry, depressed or anxious? Do you feel like you are on an emotional rollercoaster? Do you have thoughts of suicide?6. Negative thinking patterns:Do you find yourself in persistent negative thinking patterns about yourself, others or the world? Do you feel victimized by other people or circumstances? When things are going well, do you find yourself thinking it won't last?7. Negative Self-Dialogue:Do you find that you are impatient with yourself or others? Do you notice that your inner dialogue or conversations are largely based on judgement of self or others? Do you take things personally?8. Believing that you cannot change or succeed because your illness is worse, not as bad or different: Do you find that you often feel different and separate from others?9. Lack of self-love:Do you find that you don’t take time during the day to take care of yourself in a loving and nurturing way?10. Living by your feelings:Do you often find yourself planning your day in accordance with how your body feels or your energy levels?11. Addictive behaviors:Do you find yourself engaging in behaviors that you know are unhealthy but cannot stop them?12. Being the expert or comparing this program with other information:Do you find yourself saying “I already know that” when you are going through this program?13. Blaming:Do you often find that you are stuck in a pattern of blaming other people for the circumstances of your life?14. Justifying:Do you find yourself justifying your reactions based on past experiences, outdated beliefs, or your personality characteristics?15. Complaining:Do you find yourself complaining about how you feel, complaining about other people, or expressing dissatisfaction regarding the state of the world?16. Over analyzing – spending too much time asking “why?"Do you find yourself over analyzing situations or trying to find the root cause of your reactions? Do you over-process or excessively analyze your emotions or experiences?18. Comparing your results to others:Do you find yourself comparing your results to other people? Do you find that you are impatient with your recovery process?19. Defining yourself through the perspective of illness and/or symptoms:Do you find yourself talking about symptoms of illness when someone asks how you are?20. ProcrastinationYou'r listening to YOUR Mental Wellness podcast for YOUR voice and sanity. Thank you for joining us this week on your mental wellness podcast for your voice and sanity. Make sure to check out our show notes, visit our website, www dot tools for vitality.com where you can subscribe to the show. We would appreciate it if you would tell a friend about the podcast
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