The Vitality Doctor

Posts by drmarilyn

The Physical and Psychological Impact of Caregiving

By on Mar 15, 2017 in Blog |

More and more people are becoming caregivers. According to statistics, 43 million Americans are providing care for someone who is 50 years old or older. The impact of caregiving on the psychological and physical well being of an individual is a concern especially given the number of people involved in providing care for a loved one. Psychological Impact There is...

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Fight Stress the Dr. Marilyn Joyce Way

By on Feb 11, 2017 in Blog |

Stress is part of life. In today’s tough environment, one cannot escape from stress. Every person has to go through this period at some point or the other in his or her life. Stress can test the strongest of persons to the maximum. Fighting stress is not so easy. However, the fact is that one cannot give up on the fight at any stage. One of the best methods to fight...

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Displaying a positive attitude towards life can solve the toughest of problems

By on Feb 10, 2017 in Blog |

Exhibiting a sense of positivity always helps in the end. No matter what the situation might be, having a positive attitude can pay rich dividends. Such an attitude can help where even the best of medicines fail. No one can understand this logic in a better way than Dr. Marilyn Joyce can. You will nod your head in agreement when you understand her background. Dr....

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How to Maintain Mental and Physical Health as a Caregiver

By on Jan 12, 2017 in Blog |

Employed in a caregiving role can be exhausting. From doctors and nurses to social workers and psychologists, it can be hard to leave the stressful side of work at work. When becoming a caregiver, individuals do so because they want to help others. However, in many cases, help is not accepted or just doesn’t help. Being a caregiver can be stressful as well as...

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Get Your Energy Back

By on Dec 18, 2016 in Blog |

As a health worker, no matter whether you are a physician, nurse or caregiver, you probably understand how draining it can be to help patients throughout days and nights of recovery. The fact that the patient is going through a harder time might make you put in the extra effort to make them comfortable and to help them in any way you can. Health care is a noble...

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