Meight matters

Klebine, Phillip
October 2005
PN;Oct2005, Vol. 59 Issue 10, p60
Trade Publication
This article focuses on the stress management as an essential element of successful long-term weight control. Self-care is the key to reducing stress. Effective problem-solving skills not only reduce stress but also are useful in preventing secondary medical complications like pressure ulcers and depression associated with spinal-cord injury. Solutions to problems may not be apparent at first glance, especially if a problem seems too big to solve. It may take careful thought to find a reasonable solution.


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