A New Year is here along with the opportunity to take steps to turn ambitions into reality. It is a time to reflect on what has been working and what areas of life need improvement.
This time of year is a great chance to fully tap into where you are in your life and make effective strides for a better and happier you. Read on to find out ways that you can connect internally and externally with spirit to make this year uniquely beneficial to you and yours.
Doctors who are trained in Chinese medicine and naturopathic medicine see the health education of patients as one of their top responsibilities and priorities. Viewing patients’ needs holistically translates into treating the mind, body and spirit. Instrumental to this holistic healing is the relationship the patient has to his or her family and environment. The ideal 2012 body is one that feels good, looks good, and functions well. Exercise, diet and an annual physician physical will help achieve this goal.
The ideal 2012 mind is one free of stress, anxiety and depression. Emotional freedom is necessary to achieve this goal.
The ideal 2012 spirit is a faithful person in touch with the deepest part of their creative soul.
When I see a new troubled patient, I wonder where, when, and how they lost their way. In other words, how long ago did this person decide to just go through the motions of life without truly living. When were they last able to fully be in touch with their inner spirit for outward success? How specifically did their environment and outlook change to morph into an anxious, depressed and unfulfilling outlook on life? I help them find that lost passion to rediscover the creative, blessed life. Their newly captured emotional freedom reduces stress, anxiety and depression. Exercise and diet become exciting when viewing the world in a happier and positive promising light. Today’s natural doctors participate as life coaches for preventive healthcare.
Suggestions on how to get your new year off to the right start and make resolutions work for you include:
1) Scheduling a visit with your primary care physician. Ask for a comprehensive set of blood tests. Go over the results personally with your doctor.
2) Exercise aerobically 190 minutes per week.
3) Diet for weight loss and inflammation reduction.
4) Sleep 6 to 8 hours a night, ideally without medication.
5) Meditate 30 minutes per day.
6) Reduce stress through acupuncture, herbal pharmacology and/or homeopathy.
7) Recapture your passion and creativity. Affirmations can help.
8) Remove the emotional obstacles of childhood that can hinder stress.
We at Maye Holistic Med wish you a Happy and prosperous New Year.
Dr. Frank Maye, DOM (NMD) is a Diplomate of Naturopathic Medicine and a Diplomate of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. Maye graduated from Community School of Traditional Chinese Healthcare, Inc. Dr. Maye continued his studies at American Naturopathic Medical Institute where he was awarded a Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine and a designation of (NMD). Along with his private practice, Dr. Maye currently researches for Scintilla Software Industries in the field of Bio-energetics, Resonance Homeopathy, and Nutritional Nano technology.
Dr. Maye can be reached at 305-668-9555 or email:firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit us at: mayeholisticmed.com
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