Tag Archives: Stress Management

Because of this, it may become tempting to stick with one conservative workout that you know will not be problematic, but doing so can quickly grow boring. If you become disinterested in and unmotivated by your fitness program, you won’t continue to get the same stress-busting, weight-controlling, digestion-boosting benefits. [Read more]

Preventing acid reflux and indigestion in Albany and Macon often amounts to watching what you eat, but a healthy diet isn’t all that helps. Stress is also a big contributor to the symptoms of gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) and finding ways to manage it effectively can be an asset as you work to ease the discomfort of this condition. [Read more]



Stress and anxiety are the number one mental illnesses affecting Americans, and some experts argue they are the most common ailment of any kind at the moment—a statistic that is hard to argue based on the number of Americans who are stressed but haven’t sought support for the issue. Just under 20 percent of the adult population in the United States has been diagnosed with an anxiety disorder, and over 46 million people in the U.S were given Xanax prescriptions in 2010—the leading psychiatric medication [Read more]

If you are experiencing frequent acid reflux in Macon, then it is best to speak with your GERD surgeon right away. There are a lot of reasons that acid reflux may start to develop. Some people only experience heartburn and reflux after eating a spicy meal that causes indigestion, but others experience the lingering pain more often. [Read more]

Though the latest “Great Recession” may have officially ended, many Americans still face trying economic hard times and are more stressed than ever as a result. For many of us, pressures at work and home demand such large chunks of our time that we never get the chance to sit back, relax and let the burdens of our daily lives melt away. [Read more]

Stress can cause many changes in the body. It can inhibit weight loss by causing the release of a hormone called cortisol, but can also cause Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD), more commonly known as heartburn. The type and level of stress can result in short term acute conditions or more prolonged episodes. Yet along with the level of stress, the type of personality can also have a bearing on how stress affects the body. [Read more]