Burned Out at Work

The World Health Organization has updated their definition of burnout using recommendations from health experts around the world.  Approved last month, the newest International Classification of Diseases (ICD-11) manual will take effect in member countries in January 2022. Previously burnout … Continue reading

Maximal efficiency with minimal energy

Ease off….  and you may perform better. One week after graduating with his PhD in machine learning & data analysis, Chris Gatti joined the circus! Our keynote speaker at this month’s Kinesiology Education Day told us that after graduation he … Continue reading

Stress Skills Help Us Cope

You can learn skills to decrease stress, even the severe stress of a life threatening illness. Judith Moskowitz found that a 5 session skills course was more effective                            … Continue reading

Turn down the noise!

Noise can be annoying.  It can increase our stress, disturb sleep, and make it hard to think.    And traffic noise is hard on our health! Traffic noise (aircraft, railway, and road traffic) increases blood pressure, heart failure, stroke, and … Continue reading