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Five Things You Can Do To Help Your Chronic Pain

Five Things You Can Do To Help Your Chronic Pain

Chronic pain can be so debilitating it can feel like it dominates every aspect of your life. Here are some steps you can take to deal with your chronic pain. Exercise Although it may seem counterproductive, exercise can help with chronic pain. Exercise produces endorphins, which act on the opiate receptors in our brains. Endorphins help to reduce pain and increase pleasure, causing a feeling of well-being. Ask your doctor about what kinds of exercise might be best for your specific situation. They can give you advice on the best types of physical activities to help...
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Working From Home: Tips From the Share Lawyers Team

Working From Home: Tips From the Share Lawyers Team

As a result of COVID-19, many Canadians are finding themselves either out of work or forced to work from home. And while many Canadians may already work from home, those who are new to the practice may find it difficult to adjust. As such, the Share Lawyers team is here to answer all your questions about how to work from home like a pro while taking care of your mental and physical health.  What are your go-to meditation or mental health apps or websites? While the idea of working from home seems like a dream come true, the reality is that it takes a great deal of...
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Mental Health Resources During Times of Isolation

Mental Health Resources During Times of Isolation

Due to the sudden onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, many people now find themselves dealing with an unexpected and unfamiliar set of circumstances. Old routines no longer make sense – and are no longer safe – during a period of significant social distancing. That means that everyone has to find ways to adjust to the new reality. The thought of working from home may initially seem appealing, but any residence can start to feel cramped when you’re no longer allowed to leave. Many people rely on their social and professional networks to maintain a sense of normalcy. You lose a...
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When You Have a Weakened Immune System During COVID-19

When You Have a Weakened Immune System During COVID-19

As healthcare experts around the world rush to contain the dangerous spread of COVID-19, new and effective strategies for managing the disease are becoming increasingly necessary. For the majority of people who are young and healthy, practices such as social distancing, disinfecting surfaces, and frequent washing of hands offer common-sense solutions that keep themselves and others relatively safe from infection. But for the subset of the population who are immunocompromised, there are a few added considerations that must be taken into account if they hope to stave off an...
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The Dangerous Pseudoscience of The Goop Lab

The Dangerous Pseudoscience of The Goop Lab

Since Gwyneth Paltrow started Goop in her kitchen in 2008 – it began as a newsletter – the actress, celebrity, and self-proclaimed health guru has come under serious scrutiny for the practices she preaches. From NASA healing stickers and apitherapy to $15,000 24-karat gold vibrators and vaginal steaming, Paltrow has made some outrageous claims about what you need to live a “healthier”, and overall better life. At the heart of Paltrow’s intentions seems to be the desire to help people, women specifically, get more in touch with their bodies and their power....
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Why Are We Lonely and What Can We Do About It?

Why Are We Lonely and What Can We Do About It?

More than 37 million people are living in Canada, yet many Canadians have never felt more alone. The Angus Reid Institute and the Cardus think tank collaborated on a recent study that found that an astonishing 23 percent of the country experiences extreme loneliness and social isolation. That isolation correlates with many negative side effects that can have an impact on every area of a person’s life.   “Social isolation and loneliness are a symptom of our culture’s obsession with personal autonomy, leaving us living life as ‘I’ instead of ‘we,’” said Cardus...