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Midlife Tune Up: Ways to Stay Young at Heart with Oakdale ObGyn (sponsored)

Oct 13, 2018 09:02PM ● By Oakdale ObGyn

The following was written and sponsored by Oakdale ObGyn.

It’s no secret our health needs change with age. But whether you’re in your 40s, 50s, 60s or beyond, it’s never too late to take steps to better care for yourself even when you think you’re falling apart.

In a recent New York Times article titled “Mid-life Tune Up”, the authors named research-based essential ingredients for staying your at heart. These essentials include being mindful of what you eat, how you move and recover from life’s activities, how you connect with others, ways in which you navigate common health concerns, and how you maintain calm in the face of life distractions.

Join Oakdale ObGyn for a special morning where guest experts will share insights into some of these essential ingredients to staying young.

When: 8:30 – 11:45 a.m. Saturday, Nov.10, 2018 

Where: Rush Creek Golf Club, 7801 County Road 101 in Maple Grove

During the event, discover:

  • What you can do to feel your best when you think everything is falling apart. We’ll address treatment options for abnormal bleeding, overactive bladder, bladder leaking, endometriosis, lack of exercise and other common health concerns in women over 40.
  • How certain foods promote better energy and sleep, and fight stress-related inflammation.
  • Sleep practices that can help assure you’re well-rested for whatever life brings your way. Melatonin and the effects of mid-life transitions will also be discussed. 
  • The influences of meditation on sleep and stress, types of meditation, and practical ways to weave this practice into your daily routine.
  • How to create a do-it-yourself meal in a jar to take to work or for travel.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR YOURSELF

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR YOURSELF + A FRIEND

Download a complete program schedule to learn more.

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