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There is a great deal of health-related information available. It can be really hard to dig through all of it, not just because there is so much, but also because it’s often contradictory and confusing. It’s very easy to become overwhelmed when you are trying to learn about the many ways to help yourself feel better.
We realize that time and cost is often a barrier to healthcare. Magazine articles stress the importance of taking a vacation every year, but unless your employer offers you paid vacation days, losing that week of pay can be detrimental. The time needed to take a yoga class is practically non-existent when you have young children.
In this section, we try to provide you with information that can be helpful for developing your own self-care practice. You won’t find articles like, “Feeling stressed? We ranked the top five month long yoga retreats!” because really, who has the time or money for that? What you will find are things like, “One minute stretches for back pain”, which can be done first thing in the morning, while on hold with someone while at work, or while you’re waiting for the water to boil when you’re making dinner.