Cleveland Clinic leaders offer advice for nurses who struggle to unplug during off-hours or find it difficult to take vacation.
If the challenges of your career are made more difficult by chronic or severe headaches, it’s time to assess the cause and maybe seek help.
A Cleveland Clinic healing services expert expands on a tool designed to help nurses more fully relax after work.
‘Revenge bedtime procrastination’ is a name given to the practice of indulging in activities that keep people up at the very time they most need to settle into sleep and recharge.
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Healthcare workers should consider ways to reduce cortisol, a hormone that does important work for the body but can create problems when levels stay too high for too long.
Make honest, attainable resolutions that will help you become the happiest, healthiest you.
Incorporating the concept of surrender as conceived in the practice of yoga, nursing caregivers can improve the healthcare experience for themselves and their patients.
Modifying daily food habits slowly can add up to better health over time.
For caregivers who want to reclaim a sense of calm on and off the job, it all comes down to focusing on the present moment.
It’s more important than ever for nurses to check in with themselves, put wellness practices in place and ask for help when they need it.