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MetS Blood Pressure

freelancer17   •   Weight   •   February 20, 2018

Blood pressure is the force of the blood pushing against the walls of the arteries, which carry blood away from the heart. Each time the heart beats (about 60-70 times a minute at rest), it pumps out blood into the arteries. What can happen if you have high blood pressure? High blood pressure can lead […]

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Managing Weekends

freelancer17   •   Mood   •   February 20, 2018

The weekend presents a great opportunity to relax and re-energize from the week. Inevitably, it is less structured with a different sleep routine and often more social obligations among other things. Your weekend routine or lack thereof is much different than your weekday schedule, so it is common to face different challenges or get off […]

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Awareness checklist

freelancer17   •   Mood   •   February 20, 2018

Am I sitting? Eating fast or slow? Mindless munching or noticing each bite? Asking “ How hungry am I?” on a scale from one to ten. Multi-tasking or truly focusing on my meal? Rumbling stomach or bored, stressed, tired, anxious etc.

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Food Logging

freelancer17   •   Food   •   February 20, 2018

  AWARENESS Food Logging HOW Log all your food and drinks you eat and drink every day. This can be done in a notebook, on a web site, or even by taking pictures with your phone. WHY We call this “food logging,” which can help you see what and how much you are eating. Food […]

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Stopping Judgment with Self-Compassion

freelancer17   •   Mood   •   January 12, 2018

Why Self‐Compassion Trumps Self‐Esteem By Kristin Neff | May 27, 2011 | 10 Comments Researcher Kristin Neff reveals the benefits of going easy on yourself: less anxiety, less conflict, and more peace of mind. In this incredibly competitive society of ours, how many of us truly feel good about ourselves? I remember once, as a […]

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Finding the Motivation to Change Your Entire Life

freelancer17   •   Mood   •   January 12, 2018

B Y L E O  B A B A U T A Almost exactly 8 years ago today, I ran my first marathon and soon after I started Zen Habits. I’d changed a dozen or so habits, lost weight, was getting out of debt, quit smoking. And almost 7 years ago, I quit my job. […]

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Build One New Healthy Habit At A Time

katie Pendlay   •   Steps   •   December 08, 2017

Look at the examples below, if you had all the time in the world, what would you do more of?   Circle any of those habits that interest you. Then, select ONE to focus on this week and write it down in the space below: Make time for breakfast Eat healthier lunches at work Downsize […]

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How clinical studies were done

katie Pendlay   •   Steps   •   October 30, 2017

A clinical study, called the REDUCE Pivotal Trial, was performed at 8 hospitals in the United States. This study included 326 patients who had a BMI of 30-40. These patients also had some other medical condition related to their obesity (obesity-related comorbidity). Patients either had the dual balloon placed for 6 months and received diet […]

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Patient ID Card

katie Pendlay   •   Steps   •   October 30, 2017

You will receive a ReShape ID Card following your procedure. Carry your ReShape ID Card with you to show other doctors and care providers that you have a ReShape dual balloon. If you lose this card, please call your doctor’s office to receive a new card.

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Where you can find out more

katie Pendlay   •   Steps   •   October 30, 2017

Please talk with your doctor to find out more about your condition and whether the ReShape Procedure is right for you.

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