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Exercise to Synergize Stress Reduction

Details: To achieve overall health and well-being, prevent disease, and improve quality of life, the American Heart Association recommends 150 minutes of moderate or 75 minutes of vigorous physical activity per week. 6 Additional benefits can be gained by adding strength training at least 2 days per week, and keeping sedentary activities to a minimum. 6 If you are new to a fitness program, recovering

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Managing stress in later life

Details: For more information on family resource management or adult development and aging, contact the Marais des Cygnes Extension District in Paola at (913) 294-4306 or Mound City at (913) 795-2829, or write to [email protected] or check out the website: www.maraisdescygnes.k-state.edu. By Kathy Goul Family & Consumer Science Agent.

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Harness the Power of Movement Snacks

Details: A movement snack session will improve your overall health and resilience, but just as importantly, it will make your brain run better. It will get the BDNF flowing. (This is Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor, often described as “Miracle-Grow for the brain.”) A movement snack will sharpen your stress response, improving the health of your

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Movement is Salvation

Details: Jeff Jernigan is a board-certified mental health professional known for influencing change in people and organizations by capitalizing on growth and change through leadership selection and development. Jeff currently serves Stanton Chase Pacific as the regional Life-Science and Healthcare Practice Leader for retained executive search and is the national subject matter expert for psychometric

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Too Busy to Exercise

Details: A study from the University of Michigan’s Sport, Health & Activity Research and Policy Center examined the demoralizing and unhealthy cycle that keeps women from sticking with a health and fitness program. 5 When a woman–though this can be universal–feels pressure to follow certain rules, she gets frustrated, feels badly about becoming

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Contentment Magazine: Summer 2022

Details: The AIS magazine is called Contentment because we want all of our guests and members to find contentment in their lives by learning about stress management and finding what works best for each of them. Stress is unavoidable and comes in many shapes and sizes that make being in a state of peaceful happiness seem like a very lofty goal.

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Movement Mindsets: Transforming Should’s to Recharge Mind, …

Details: Cynthia Ackrill is a leader in the field of leveraging stress for optimal productivity, health, and happiness. With a background in primary care and advanced training in applied neuroscience (a look under the hood!), certification in wellness and leadership coaching, she combines the science of human performance with wisdom, humor, and heart to address the critical relationships between

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CO2: A Powerful Tool to Reverse the Ravages of Stress

Details: CO2 is a “trace gas” that constitutes only 0.03% of atmospheric air at sea level; most CO2 hovers near the surface of the earth and is nearly absent at high altitudes such as the top of mountains. This explains “mountain sickness” and the “death zone” phenomenon that occurs near the peak of Mt. Everest.

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Editor’s Message

Details: Editor. As always, it is with great pleasure that we bring you another issue of Contentment, packed full of science, wisdom, and advice from our colleagues. This issue is dedicated to helping you move forward in a world full of challenge with a special focus on the power of movement itself to combat stress. We are wired to move in response to

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