using silence to stay calm and improve your overall health

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The sounds of silence

Watch as Dr. Jesse Corry, a stroke neurologist at the John Nasseff Neuroscience Institute at United Hospital, talks with KMSP FOX 9 about using silence to stay calm and improve your overall health. People who can learn to relax are able to better metabolize sugars in the blood, reduce blood pressure and reduce the rate of heart attack and stroke.

Things you can do to silence and calm yourself to improve your overall health include:

  • focus on breathing
  • close your eyes
  • be alone
  • disconnect from devices
  • yoga

Watch Dr. Corry's interview.

WHAT YOU CAN DO

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