06-06-19 How Love Can Heal Whatever Ails You with Aboo Nasar MD
In this episode, Dr. Nasar will present practical strategies to overcome these blues.
Researchers observed that people living in the blue zones share several common behavioral and lifestyle characteristics, despite being from different areas of the world and of different races, nationalities and religions.
The common features of those living in the blue zones are diet, activities, adequate sleep, stress management, avoiding toxins, clean drinking water, spirituality and, above all, positive relationships.
In other words, we all need to go blue to cure the blues.
Love and intimacy are healing. According to 2 decades of research from eminent cardiologist Dean Ornish, the single most important predictor to how well and how long we live is the time we spend with our loved ones.
It’s not only the quantity and quality of relationships. It is a fundamental requirement. Loneliness is a disease and puts a person 3-10 times more at risk of dying prematurely. No other factor has such a powerful effect on our health and well-being. On the other hand our spiritual inclinations not only impart a sense of contentment but adds longevity.
Tune-in and find out how to go blue to cure the blues.
Bio: Aboo Nasar MD.MPH.MBA is a board-certified Geriatrician and Internal Medicine physician practicing in San Diego County over 10+ years, and has been practicing over 18 yrs in total. He started a multi specialty group in Dallas and moved to San Diego to pursue a Fellowship in Geriatrics in 2005. He has additional board Certifications in Holistic and Anti Aging Functional Regenerative Medicine through American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine. Dr. Nasar’s ultimate passion in Holistic and Integrative Medicine has been the driver behind the Vitality Clinics.
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