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Do You Have Five Minutes

By on Aug 21, 2017 in Blog |

Do You Have Five Minutes?
In most cases, five minutes does not seem like a long time. For those working in caregiving professions, such as psychiatrists, physicians, RNs, Social Workers, and others, this brief period is a tiny fraction of the time dedicated to ensuring the well-being of others. Such careers, while offering an invaluable service to others, bring a heightened risk of burnout for these professionals. Enter Dr. Marilyn Joyce, who believes that five minutes is all it takes to restore your energy and reclaim your sense of appreciation. In a busy work schedule, finding time for self-care is challenging, especially for those balancing their own needs with those of people in need of special care.

Dr. Marilyn, the Vitality Doctor™, created her five strategies specially designed to boost the energy of caregivers. She offers this resource free to caregivers, guaranteeing that their use five times daily will restore energy instantly. Beginning her career in Biochemistry and Nutrition, then as a Yoga teacher, Dr. Marilyn has forged a career based on integrative wellness. Her unique background allows her to view well-being from a scientific perspective, as well as from a perspective based on the connection between the mind, body, and spirit.

In her over thirty years of experience as an author, educator, and international speaker, Dr. Marilyn is a Registered Dietician who also holds a doctorate in Psychology and Nutrition. As a cancer survivor and former Director of Nutrition for the Cancer Treatment Centers of America, she also has special knowledge of both dealing with life-threatening illness, as well as treating it.

It is this expertise that Dr. Marilyn wants to share with those who most need it – those offering care to people coping with health issues from across the spectrum. Her book, “INSTANT
E.N.E.R.G.Y.™: The 5 Keys to Unlimited Energy & Vitality,” offers detailed strategies to combat fatigue and burnout.

While five minutes may not seem like much time, five minutes may be all it takes to restore your energy and see that those depending on caregivers are in the hands of well-rested, recharged professionals who can best meet their needs.