I wanted to share with you a very informative article posted in The New York Times by Tara Parker Pope about scientific research showing the power of positive relationships. As the article states, research has shown that although we place our focus on diet and exercise, it is important for our health to surround ourselves with friendships that offer positive influence in our lives. This includes close relationships face to face, as well as relationships from online and social media.
On a daily basis, I personally have patients who come in experiencing a variety of skin-related concerns such as #acne, #rosacea, #hairloss and even patients seeking #cosmetic treatment for weight gain. Although these conditions can be treated using western medicine, #lasers, #prp, #liposuction or even #CoolSculpting for noninvasive fat reduction, I find that if we treat from within, we can heal ourselves and prevent these health issues from occurring in the first place. I try to make patients aware of the influence of the mind on skin health and certainly the impact on negative relationships and skin health. By building friendships and relationships that foster positivity, you can actually improve your overall quality of skin and your life.
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