Both research and experience prove that stress of all kinds can raise your blood sugar! Determine what might cause stress in your life, either good stress or bad stress, and consider ways that you can deal with it.
Shabbat, also known as Sabbath, is the day of the week reserved for rest and worship in Judaism and Christianity. And there’s some science to support the idea that practicing a day of rest—including time away from social media and digital devices—benefits longevity and both mental and physical health.
Today (December 11) is the Third Week in Advent, for those who celebrate.
Review The 8th Law of Health—Trust in Divine Power–and all that is covered in this chapter:
- Stress and Diabetes
- Faith, Prayer, and Fasting
- Mindful Breathing
- One Day of Rest
So trust in the power and processes of stress relief, regardless of who or what you identify as your “divine power.”
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Gift for you: December calendar (print out on heavy paper or light card stock). You can 3-hole punch for a ring binder or punch one hole at the top to hang on the wall. Or use magnets to put the calendar on the side of a metal file cabinet. A new calendar page has been included with the first blog post of every month in 2022.