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Strategies to Redirect Your Thoughts and Distract Your Mind

Feeling stressed because of COVID-19? These grounding exercises, from UH Connor Integrative Health Network, use mental distractions to help redirect your thoughts away from distressing feelings and back to the present.

soothing

8 Soothing Techniques to Help Relieve Anxiety

The COVID-19 pandemic has made life uncertain for all of us. Try these techniques from the Connor Integrative Health Network at University Hospitals, to comfort yourself in times of emotional distress.

self-care

7 Ways to Take Better Care of Yourself

Feeling stressed out? Here are some no-cost, simple ways to forget your worries and refocus from the UH Connor Integrative Health Network.

reducing stress

How Your Sense of Touch Can Reduce Anxiety

Eleven suggestions for calming your mind by being present through touch.

susan mulhern

Meditation, Yoga Help Woman Kick Anxiety Medicine To the Curb

Susan Mulhern had met with a psychiatrist before, but wanted a fresh start. Her UH physician recommend she try yoga, meditation, talk therapy and continue her exercise regimen. Soon, Susan was able to stop taking her anxiety medicine.

chair yoga

How Chair Yoga Can Expand Your Practice

Until you've spent some time doing chair yoga, you have no idea how satisfying it can be -- not to mention how quickly it reduces stress and helps your balance.

acupuncture

The Evidence for Acupuncture

Acupuncture is a 5,000-year-old healing practice used to treat such diverse conditions as pain, digestive problems, respiratory disorders, anxiety, depression, headaches and migraines. Is there a place for this ancient approach in modern medicine?

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Yoga Isn't Yoga If You Aren't Doing This

When we hear the word ‘yoga,’ nearly all of us picture a pose. But this often-overlooked aspect of yoga is just as important.

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