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Sun Health Center for Health & Wellbeing Celebrates Its First Anniversary

SURPRISE, ARIZ. (PRWEB) March 05, 2015

Since its opening last March, the Sun Health Center for Health & Wellbeing has touched the lives of thousands of West Valley residents through health education and fitness classes, support groups and individual consultations designed to help them live longer, healthier lives.

One of those lives is Diana (who asked that her last name be withheld), a 56-year-old Sun City resident whose physician gave her three months to lower her cholesterol and blood pressure or face taking medications to address her symptoms. Diana took several nutrition and exercise-related classes at the center and it paid off.

“I took your teaching about diet and exercise to ‘heart,’ and I wanted you to know my results after those three months,” Diana wrote in an email. “I lost 15-pounds; my total cholesterol went down 30 points to 185 with my HDL (“good” cholesterol) going up 3 points; my triglycerides dropped 25 points and my blood pressure dropped 8 points…my doctor was surprised and very pleased.”

Diana’s story is just one example of positive changes linked to the center (see infographic for more), which is staffed by a full-time registered dietitian/certified diabetes educator; an exercise physiologist/certified health coach and a memory care/dementia expert. In addition, the center contracts with a licensed acupuncturist, several licensed massage therapists, yoga and Tai Chi instructors and a medical director.

The original center opened in Surprise but it recently expanded to two other West Valley communities, Sun City and Litchfield Park. All three centers are located in areas largely populated by adults 65 and older, many of whom have one or more chronic diseases. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), chronic diseases—like heart disease, diabetes, and cancer—are leading causes of death and disability in the United States.

Jennifer Drago, Sun Health’s executive vice president of Population Health, says all of the center’s programs and treatments are rooted in research. “We use evidence-based programs designed to complement physicians’ diagnoses and recommended treatments. We give people, especially those with chronic conditions, tools to help them self-manage their health, make positive lifestyle changes and improve their overall quality of life.”

The center’s staff members see about 100 clients a week (through group classes or 1-on-1 consultations) with services ranging from nutrition counseling, medical nutrition therapy and weight management classes to fitness and exercise classes, acupuncture, massage and medication reviews. Center staff members also provide evidence-based educational programs that address diabetes, pre-diabetes, living with chronic conditions and tobacco cessation.

The Sun Health Center for Health & Wellbeing reflects a national trend toward prevention and wellness services and a growing push for Americans to become more involved in managing their own health.

“Chronic diseases are among the most common and costly of all health problems in the United States,” Drago said. “They are also some of the most preventable. Much of the pain and suffering related to chronic diseases is caused by behaviors that people can change, behaviors such as unhealthy eating and a lack of physical activity. How people exercise, what they eat, how they handle stress is very much tied to their health.”

The center is largely funded by donations to Sun Health Foundation, which enables the center to offer the majority of its health education classes for free or at low cost.

Diana is thankful for that and she’s looking forward to her next visit with her physician. “I feel that the lifestyle changes that I made in the last three months have now become permanent, and I anticipate that my results a year from now will be even better.”

About Sun Health

A long-standing community partner championing healthy living, nonprofit Sun Health is a community-based health care organization providing pathways to Population Health through philanthropy, senior living, community wellness and superior health care. Learn more at http://www.sunhealth.org and http://www.sunhealthwellbeing.org.

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Lower Blood Pressure, Reduce Belly Fat and Increase Heart Health While Relaxing

Overland Park, KS (PRWEB) February 27, 2015

Sunlighten celebrates its 10th year of supporting the American Heart Association in the fight against heart disease. Every February the company donates a portion of sales to the Kansas City AHA chapter. Sunlighten’s patented Solocarbon® heating technology is the only sauna technology clinically shown to lower blood pressure, increase core temperature, aid in weight loss, and have been proven up to 99% effective.

More and more studies show that saunas are good for your heart. On February 23, a study posted by JAMA Internal Medicine (http://archinte.jamanetwork.com/article.aspx?articleid=2130724) found that people in Finland who used a sauna four to seven times a week decreased their risk of sudden cardiac death by 63% and decreased their risk for overall death by nearly 40%. The risk of fatal coronary heart disease and fatal cardiovascular disease were also reduced.

In a 2009 study on the cardiovascular benefits of infrared saunas in people with Type 2 Diabetes (http://www.canadianjournalofdiabetes.com/article/S1499-2671(10)42007-9/abstract), Sunlighten saunas were shown to help lower weight and waist circumference in just a three-month period. The common theme among subjects in the study was that far infrared sauna use was similar to moderate exercise but “much more relaxing”. Therefore, Sunlighten saunas can be an effective lifestyle adjuvant for those who cannot participate in regular exercise due to medical conditions.

In a 2005 clinical study by the University of Missouri Kansas City (http://www.sunlighten.com/pdfs/UMKC-Sauna-Study.pdf), researchers used Sunlighten’s Solocarbon heaters and found that regular infrared sauna use lowered blood pressure. Study subjects participated in a program of 30 minute far infrared sauna session 3 times per week. The study concluded that Sunlighten infrared sauna therapy dilated blood vessels and reduced the volume of their inner lining, thus improving heart health by increasing circulation to promote healthy blood pressure.

“We’ve committed to supporting the American Heart Association for the past 10 years because we share a common goal in helping healthy hearts. We want to make a difference in people’s lives. ” says Connie Zack, co-owner of Sunlighten and Sunlight Day Spa. “We developed our Solocarbon Full Spectrum technology to do just that. With wellness programs for cardio, weight loss, detoxification, pain relief, relaxation and anti-aging it truly empowers our customers improve their quality of life. There is simply no other sauna available that can do this.”

Sunlighten supports the AHA with a contribution of February sales and participates in a number of local AHA events such as the Red Dress Dash and Go Red for Women Luncheon. “During Heart Month, we project the Go Red logo on the side of our building on I-435 and Metcalf. Anyone driving by at night becomes aware of this important cause,” says Zack. Owners Aaron and Connie Zack have also served on the board of directors for the local AHA chapter.

For more information about Sunlighten saunas, including emissivity, weight loss, blood pressure and other clinical effectiveness studies, visit the Sunlighten website at http://www.sunlighten.com. Follow them on Twitter @sunlighten and on Facebook at Sunlighten Saunas.

ABOUT SUNLIGHTEN

Founded in 1999, Sunlighten™ offers innovative wellness products that strengthen individuals’ health and vitality through sauna technology. Sunlighten infrared saunas help detoxify the body, provide pain relief, and have been clinically shown to reduce blood pressure and assist in weight loss. In the Kansas City headquarters, the company also has a day spa. Sunlight Day Spa specializes in Sunlighten Purification Treatments and other spa services. For more information about Sunlighten or Sunlight Day Spa, please visit http://www.Sunlighten.com or http://www.SunlightDaySpa.com.







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Mercy Stride for Health to Discuss Pulmonary Disease – Javon Bea Mercy CEO

Janesville, WI (PRWEB) February 27, 2015

Javon Bea Mercy Health System President and CEO – The program, which is free and open to the public, is held the second Tuesday of each month, 8:15-9:30 am, at the Janesville Mall Food Court, 2500 Milton Ave. Monthly meetings include a heart-healthy continental breakfast, health screenings, door prize drawings, and an educational health-related presentation. Participants receive a free t-shirt when they sign up for membership in Stride for Health.

March 10: Using exercise to feel better with COPD

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) often makes it difficult to breathe, which in turn may limit how active someone is and how much they may be able to exercise. Join Nancy Kemp, pulmonary rehabilitation coordinator at Mercy Cardiac Fitness Center, as she discusses how to use exercise to reduce shortness of breath and build muscle strength and endurance to help you stay more active for longer amounts of time.

For more information about the Stride for Health Mall Walking Program, call (608) 756-6100 or toll-free at (888) 39-MERCY.

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Mercy Stride for Health to Discuss Pulmonary Disease – Javon Bea Mercy CEO

Janesville, WI (PRWEB) February 27, 2015

Javon Bea Mercy Health System President and CEO – The program, which is free and open to the public, is held the second Tuesday of each month, 8:15-9:30 am, at the Janesville Mall Food Court, 2500 Milton Ave. Monthly meetings include a heart-healthy continental breakfast, health screenings, door prize drawings, and an educational health-related presentation. Participants receive a free t-shirt when they sign up for membership in Stride for Health.

March 10: Using exercise to feel better with COPD

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) often makes it difficult to breathe, which in turn may limit how active someone is and how much they may be able to exercise. Join Nancy Kemp, pulmonary rehabilitation coordinator at Mercy Cardiac Fitness Center, as she discusses how to use exercise to reduce shortness of breath and build muscle strength and endurance to help you stay more active for longer amounts of time.

For more information about the Stride for Health Mall Walking Program, call (608) 756-6100 or toll-free at (888) 39-MERCY.

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Eating Disorders: More Than A Physical Threat – Queendom Study Reveals That Eating Disorders Are Often A Sign Of Deeper Mental Health Issues

Montreal, Canada (PRWEB) February 21, 2015

While body image issues and negative food attitudes are a major part of Anorexia, Bulimia, and Binge Eating, there is a deeper and darker side to these disorders. Statistics collected by Queendom.com through their Eating Disorders and Emotional Eating Test reveal that individuals dealing with eating disorders are often plagued by depression, anxiety, and other debilitating mental health problems. Researchers at Queendom.com urge sufferers to seek medical help as well as psychological counseling for a more well-rounded healing approach.

February 22 to 28 marks Eating Disorder Awareness Week, a campaign to bring attention to one of the most chronic mental health issues, and for good reason. Research by the Eating Disorders Coalition indicates that eating disorders have the highest mortality rate of any mental illness, with only 1 in 10 people seeking treatment.

Eating disorders are more than just a weight issue, however. After analyzing data from 465 people who have been diagnosed with an eating disorder, research by Queendom reveals that eating disorders are both a physical and psychological battle.

According to Queendom’s study:


    45% of individuals diagnosed with an eating disorder have low self-confidence.
    58% believe that they will never be loved unless they have a perfect body.
    56% crave other people’s approval.
    40% have a pessimistic outlook about their life and their future.
    70% ruminate excessively and obsess about problems in their life.
    56% find that their life is too stressful or difficult.
    72% tend to have difficult overcoming failure.

Queendom’s study also indicates that eating disorder sufferers are more likely to experience symptoms of depression and/or anxiety, including:

    Persistent feelings of emptiness (63%)
    Loss of interest in activities that they used to enjoy (50%)
    Tendency to cry for no apparent reason (52%)
    Feelings of worthlessness (53%)
    Feelings of sadness (60%)
    Feeling like they have nothing to look forward to (47%)
    Feeling like they are losing control (69%)
    Tendency to focus on upsetting situations or events (63%)
    Chronic worrying (73%)
    Fear of what the future will bring (61%)
    Edginess and tension (63%)

“When it comes to eating disorders, we need to treat more than the physical repercussions, like nutritional deficiencies and unhealthy body weight,” explains Dr. Jerabek, president of PsychTests, the company that runs Queendom.com. “It’s unclear as to whether depression and anxiety are precursors to eating disorders or vice versa. What is clear is that there is significant comorbidity between eating disorders and anxiety or depression-related disorders. And that is aside from the fact that 57% of the people in our eating disorder sample indicated that they have experienced physical, sexual, or some other form of abuse.”

“If we hope to help women and men who have eating disorders, we need to focus on both the physical side of the disorder as well as the underlying psychological factors. Otherwise, there is a significant risk of falling back into unhealthy and potentially dangerous eating habits.”

Do you have a healthy body image and a healthy relationship with food? Go to http://www.queendom.com/tests/take_test.php?idRegTest=3127

Professional users of this assessment (therapists, life coaches and counselors) can request a free demo of the Self-esteem Test or any other assessments from ARCH Profile’s extensive battery: http://hrtests.archprofile.com/testdrive_gen_1

To learn more about psychological testing, download this free eBook: http://hrtests.archprofile.com/personality-tests-in-hr

About PsychTests.com

Psychtests.com is a subsidiary of PsychTests AIM Inc. PsychTests.com is a site that creates an interactive venue for self-exploration with a healthy dose of fun. The site offers a full range of professional-quality, scientifically validated psychological assessments that empower people to grow and reach their real potential through insightful feedback and detailed, custom-tailored analysis.

PsychTests AIM Inc. originally appeared on the internet scene in 1996. Since its inception, it has become a pre-eminent provider of psychological assessment products and services to human resource personnel, therapists, academics, researchers and a host of other professionals around the world. PsychTests AIM Inc. staff is comprised of a dedicated team of psychologists, test developers, researchers, statisticians, writers, and artificial intelligence experts (see ARCHProfile.com). The company’s research division, Plumeus Inc., is supported in part by Research and Development Tax Credit awarded by Industry Canada.







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