Category Archive: Stress management

Can Your Diet Affect Your Mental Health?

Now that school has started again for the kids and our workload is likely to be picking up during the fall months, being alert, energetic and thinking clearly is more important than ever. Research is increasingly showing a correlation between a healthy diet and good mental health. The following information discusses how your diet affects overall mental health, possible foods that have a direct influence on mental functioning, and how to follow the healthiest diet possible for both physical and mental health.

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Part 2: Ways To Cope With Stress As A Breast Cancer Fighter

In Part 1: Ways to Cope with Stress as a Breast Cancer Fighter, we focused on maintaining a support system while you are fighting and recovering. Keeping up with your most important relationships is important during this time of physical stress and emotional exhaustion. In this installment to the series, the doctors at your Lawrenceville clinic want to focus on the things you can do for yourself.

Read on to find more ways to cope with your stress.

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Part 1: Ways To Cope With Stress As A Breast Cancer Fighter

Managing stress after you have been diagnosed with breast cancer may seem like an impossible goal. Many breast cancer patients feel like their life has been turned upside down and they no longer have control over their body.

The Lawrenceville doctors at Rodriguez MD know that while this is a stressful time for you and your family, there are things that you can do to manage that stress. In fact, minimizing stress can improve both your physical and emotional well-being. Click here to read more »

Stress May Be a Factor for Your Developing Diabetes

There can be no denying that stress has (regrettably) become part of modern human existence. The average person deals with various stressors on a daily basis such as global warming, international terrorism, economic instability, workplace politics and familial issues, to name just a few. As long-time family doctors in Lawrenceville, Georgia, we know for a fact that these constant stressors have a huge impact on the health and well-being of our patients. Read on below to find out the connection between dealing with chronic stress and developing stage II diabetes. Click here to read more »

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