PH1 refers to taking action even though no symptoms are present, whether at risk or not, and always within a psychoanalytic perspective.
* My weekly food intake
Create your own best diet
Avoiding ingredients that cause preventable diseases while enjoying what you eat.
* My Personal Wellness Agenda
Create your best lifestyle
Applying a proven health framework for all areas of your life.
* An Invitation to A Journey (Weekend retreat - or one week? - or longer?)
Title borrowed from Charles Baudelaire’s poem
The ultimate retreat for body, mind, spirit, and especially an insightful voyage within - in other words a psychoanalytic guided journey. Listed as a Physical Health Project and extending to Mental Wellness and Social Health Projects.
Locations & prices to be announced
PH2 refers to taking action when at risk and when symptoms appear, and always within a psychoanalytic perspective.
* From Baby Fat to Chronic Diseases
Too much too soon? Not enough too soon?
The challenges of growing and staying healthy while eating well.
* Stress Will Kill You – Di-Stress!
What happen to the body when stress takes over?
Importance of analysis and regularization of your own stress system:
"Think of the way an elastic works when we keep on stretching it over and over to the point that it breaks" (Dr. Nadia Judith Bijaoui, 2018).
Online starting at $20: Your individual situation for your own stress management program.
Bio Health Education Anti Stress Tip (BHE-AST): Introducing Step 1 in reducing stress: Identify your best coping system. (Included with the service above.)
Dieting may not work for too long...
Strategies to overcome obesity in good health:
PH3 refers to taking action when symptoms are fully blown and always within a psychoanalytic perspective.
* Complexity of An Eating Disorder
Dedicated to my young anorexic friend ~The Other Side of The Curtain Chapter 11
Physiological and emotional approaches to overcome an eating disorder.
Eating Disorder is purposely listed under physical health instead of mental health.
* Type II Diabetes
Why it doesn't have to be: Connecting to what’s happening to the body.
Behavioral and educational strategies to lower a high blood glucose level, the easy way.
Be aware: Sugar (glucose) in the blood is not glucose for the brain.
* Dementia & Alzheimer
Why the brain slows down?
"Our brain is like a play-dough in need of unprocessed glucose" (Dr. Nadia Judith Bijaoui).
Behavioral and educational strategies to improve brain activities, the easy way.
Be aware: Glucose (sugar) for the brain is not sugar in the blood.