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Lower Stress, How Can A Woman Accomplish This? - Dr. Scherwitz (VIDEO)

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More Videos from Dr. Larry Scherwitz Ph.D. 28 videos in this series

Lower Stress, How Can A Woman Accomplish This? - Dr. Scherwitz (VIDEO)
Lower Stress, How Can A Woman Accomplish This? - Dr. Scherwitz (VIDEO)
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Dr. Scherwitz describes how a woman can lower the stress in her life.

Dr. Scherwitz:
Women should know that they have the ability to reduce stress because most of the stress that we create, we create ourselves. We put demands upon ourselves, we overtax ourselves, so women should give themselves permission to be a friend to themselves, to take time out to do something fun, to relax, to have time with their friends, to meditate or do yoga or Tai Chi or anything that takes them out of the work demand situation and lets them process all the things that are coming in and all the tasks they need to do.

About Dr. Scherwitz, Ph.D.:
Larry W. Scherwitz, PhD, is a leader in the field of behavioral medicine research with 25 years experience in developing and testing approaches to managing chronic disease with lifestyle changes. Dr. Scherwitz has been on the faculty of various medical institutions including Baylor College of Medicine, University of California at San Francisco, California Pacific Medical Center, and the Preventive Medicine Research Institute. He worked at the research director with Dr. Dean Ornish to demonstrate that it is possible to reverse coronary heart disease with lifestyle changes including diet, exercise, stress management and social support. Dr. Scherwitz’ is often a keynote speaker at conferences and has published his research discoveries in an array of prestigious medical journals, including the Journal of the American Medical Association, The Lancet, and Psychosomatic Medicine. Presently, Larry and his wife Deborah Kesten, MPH have a coaching practice to help clients lose weight as well as prevent, halt, and reverse heart disease. Larry also consults with clients to help them design studies to evaluate the efficacy of complementary and alternative practices.

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