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Are rising food and gas prices getting you stressed out? If you are like most people, financial problems can give you the blues. The irony is by improving your response to stress you are more likely to handle financial burdens more effectively.
According to Matthew McQuaid, DPM, wealth and prosperity are often linked to how well you manage stress.
Dr. McQuaid will be discussing the relationship between stress and money during a FREE evening talk on Nov. 13 at Sutter Lakeside Hospital's Center for Health. The program is titled “Wellness and Prosperity: How Wellness Principals Contribute to Wealth.”
Worry over finances is a leading cause of stress in the United States. In fact, the number one concern for baby boomers is having enough money for retirement. The burden of rising prices can increase your stress level to the point of impacting your health.
Little can be done about inflation, but you can learn how to manage stress. According to Dr. McQuaid, reducing your stress may be the best way to manage your pocketbook.
In this workshop, Dr. McQuaid will explore how managing stress is a prerequisite to building a secure financial future. The class will give hands on training in stress reduction.
Participants in the workshop will also discover the relationship between health, wealth and happiness. An important distinction made by Dr. McQuaid is that success does not necessarily mean you are healthy and happy. Many successful people in financial matters are neither happy nor healthy. The class will cover how you can have all three qualities of health, wealth, and happiness.
The program is scheduled for Tuesday, Nov. 13, at Sutter Lakeside Wellness Center for Health. Refreshments and hors d'oeuvres will begin at 5:30 p.m. with the workshop beginning promptly at 6 p.m.
Seating is limited. To register call Sutter Lakeside Hospital's Wellness Center for Health at 262-5171.
Location: Sutter Wellness Center for Health, 5176 Hill Road East, Lakeport. Contact: Sutter Lakeside Hospital's Wellness Center for Health at 262-5171.