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Common Signs of Symptoms of Stress:

Frequent headaches or migraines
Gritting or grinding of teeth
Tremors or trembling lips or hands
Neck ache, back pain or muscle spasms
Light-headedness, faintness, dizziness
Hearing ringing, buzzing or popping sounds
Frequent blushing or sweating
Cold or sweaty hands or feet
Dry mouth or problems swallowing
Frequent colds, infections or herpes sores
Rashes, itching, hives or goose bumps
Unexplained or frequent allergy attacks
Stomach pain or nausea
Constipation or diarrhea
Difficulty breathing or signing
Sudden panic attacks
Chest pain or heart palpitations
Frequent urination
Poor sexual desire or performance
Excessive anxiety, worry, guilt or nervousness
Increased anger, frustration or hostility
Depression, frequent or wild mood swings
Increased or decreased appetite
Insomnia, nightmares or disturbing dreams
Difficulty concentrating, racing thoughts
Trouble learning new information
Forgetfulness, disorganization or confusion
Difficulty in making decisions
Feeling overwhelmed
Frequent crying spells or suicidal thoughts
Feelings of loneliness and worthlessness
Little interest in appearance or punctuality
Nervous habits, fidgeting or feet tapping
Increased irritability or edginess
Overreaction to petty annoyances
Increased number of minor accidents
Reduce work efficiency or productivity
Lies or excuse to cover up poor work
Excessive defensiveness or suspiciousness
Problems in communication or sharing
Social withdrawal& or isolation
Constant fatigue or weakness
Frequent or weakness
Frequent use of over the counter drugs
Weight gain or loss without diet
Increased smoking
Increased alcohol or drug use

*Source: The American Institute of Stress
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The Daniel Plan focuses on the core food groups of healthy carbs, healthy fats, healthy protein, healing spices, drinks, and super foods. And The Daniel Plan gives an easy guideline to use for any meal.

50 percent non-starchy veggies
25 percent healthy animal or vegetable proteins
25 percent healthy starchy vegetables or whole gluten free grains
Side of low-glycemic fruit
Drink—water or herbal ice teas with
Nutrition Experiment this weekend: Arrange your plate to look like the Daniel Plan Plate below.

Patient Quote of the week: “Emotional eating is like channel surfing. I do everything now with a purpose.” - Susan
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Everyone wants to know how to improve their love life, right? Of course! Especially during this time of year when our Valentines hearts soar.

So why is it so tough to make that desire a reality?

For starters, most of us don’t realize how much the brain influences our love life. But it’s true! A better brain leads to better sex. In fact, the most important sex organ in the human body is the brain.

Dr. Amen, who opened his first Amen Clinic in 1989, now has six clinics across the country where he and his team have performed nearly 100,000 brain SPECT scans on patients from 111 countries. That experience has led to a deep understanding of the brain and how its health impacts every part of our life.

Take a look at this short video and you’ll be able to rev up your own love life.

Based on Dr. Amen’s cutting-edge neuroscience research, The Brain in Love features 12 information-packed lessons on how to achieve emotional and physical intimacy.

Here are just two of many great tips you’ll pick up:

How to understand you and our partner’s behavior and avoid “relationship pitfalls.”
How to truly connect with your partner to create a vibrant and lasting relationship
Click below to get started toward making your brain—and your relationships—healthy and strong.

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