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  • Balancing Hormones: Is Medication the Only Way or Can I do it Naturally?

    Laughter Helps Balance Hormones - LocateADoc.comA special guest article by Maiysha Clairborne MD, an American Board Certified Family Physician, Holistic Wellness Consultant, Life Balance & Fulfillment Coach practicing in Atlanta, GA.

  • Infographic: Sedentary Lifestyle Stats and Info

    Sedentary lifestyle - A lifestyle that is predominantly inactive. Those who sit for 5 or more hours a day.

  • How Meditation helps with Weight loss

    Meditation Weight Loss Picture - LocateADocDr. Fabrizio Manzini says that meditation can act as a brilliant aid for weight loss. He argues for the power of thought to be the best medicine involved. He says that positive thinking rewires the brain to respond to stimuli in different ways. Similar to hypnosis, while meditating you can avert yourself to harmful food and end up conditioned not to want it. Another method which might be more universally appealing is to each whatever you want, and condition yourself to believe that what you are eating is not harming you. He says that combining this with a powerful 10 minute workout is the path to weight loss. This 10 minute workout, he says, is proven to be more effective than hours of ineffective attempts.

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    Since 1980 the obesity rate has doubled globally resulting in 600 million obese individuals as of 2014. This epidemic is a frightening one with many implications in the world of health and nutrition on top of negatively impacting the health and longevity of those suffering from this obesity. Weight loss surgery, or bariatric surgery, is a great way to help those with a weight management problem to gain back control over their life.

  • Photo of weight loss brain boost LocateADoc

    When discussing weight loss surgery, patients are generally concerned with their physical health and the size of their midriff. But what if losing weight also increased your mental health and boosted the power of your brain? A new study suggests it just might.