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May 04,2021 – Dr. Bijoor’s Tips for Allergy Sufferers

Apr 27,2021 – The Benefits of Medical Weight Loss

Apr 20,2021 – Tips for Quality Sleep

Apr 13,2021 – Mindful Eating Tips

Apr 06,2021 – The Long-Term Benefits of Botox

Mar 30,2021 – Benefits of Mindful Eating

Mar 23,2021 – Understanding Deep Vein Thrombosis

Mar 16,2021 – Stress Management for Better Health

Mar 09,2021 – The Long-Term Benefits of Botox

Mar 03,2021 – Colorectal Cancer Awareness

Feb 23,2021 – Less obvious tips for heart health

Feb 16,2021 – Dr. Bijoor on Intermittent Fasting

Feb 09,2021 – 5 healthy ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day

Feb 02,2021 – Lifestyle Medicine for the Heart

Jan 26,2021 – Foods to Fight Flu

Jan 19,2021 – Flu Season and what to expect

Jan 12,2020 – Healthy activities to add in 2021 to avoid chronic disease

Jan 05,2021 – Top Chronic Diseases to Overcome in 2021

Dec 29,2020 – Ways to keep moving this season

Dec 22,2020 – Dr. Bijoor’s Holiday Skincare Tips

Dec 15,2020 – Avoiding Holiday weight gain

Dec 08,2020 – Controlling Holiday Stress

Dec 08,2020--Controlling Stress during the holidays: Amid a pandemic!--By Nita Bijoor, MD
This year is particularly going to be unlike any holiday most of us have experienced in our lifetime. As the CDC has offered guidelines for what not to do and what to do, let’s focus on how we can manage the stress of it all.

BREATHE–IS DR. BIJOOR’S PNEUMONIC FOR THE HOLIDAYS-

BREATHE: Practice deep breathing exercises or meditate. This takes time to master, but it’s not hard. There are several good apps that you can get for free that can help with this (Kardia – Deep Breathing Relaxation and The Breathing App are good). Also, doing yoga can help alleviate stress. Controlling stress is really one of the hardest things we are faced with everyday, and deep belly breathing can make a huge difference.

REST: No, this is not counterproductive to moving. It is especially important during the season to chill out when you can. Carve out 30 minutes to take a nap, read a book, sit by the fire, stay off the computer and phone… you get the picture. We overeat when we are tired and make poor decisions, especially when it comes to food. Most importantly, get a good night’s sleep. 7-8 hours is key for most mortals.

EAT A RAINBOW: Food is powerful medicine. Eat the rainbow and limit holiday snacking. Sugary foods will make us feel great for a bit, but the sugar crash is real. Sugar is highly addictive, so we crave it to make us feel better. You will not be perfect, as some of us are overcompensating for the unusual events right now, by eating poorly. Eating fruits and veggie in season, limiting animal can help your body fight the low immune system that can be caused by stress

ACTIVE- Physical activity is so important during this time. Even if you don’t have an exercise routine, you can still be active. Examples can be as simple as taking a walk, to pulling weeds. If you take just 30 minutes of your day and move, you can make real change. Physical activity will help you feel better, have more energy and can help with the sadness that some feel during the holidays. Include your close family members by taking brisk walks to help curb cravings and boredom (which makes us eat things we should not).

TREASURE THE TRADITIONS: Even though things look and feel different this year, it’s important to maintain your traditions you’ve had through the years. Putting up a tree, playing music, baking, etc can have a positive effect on your outlook. It’s ok to scale back but do the things you and your family love about the holidays.

HONOR YOUR LOVED ONES: Many of us know people that we have lost to this covid 19 pandemic, whether friends or family members. It is a time to be thankful and have gratitude for the goodness in others.

ENJOY: Don’t take yourself too seriously. Be realistic. We are mere mortals, my friends, so there will be a time when willpower fails us. If you eat that one thing you know you shouldn’t, acknowledge it and then let it go. Learn to say “No thank you” when offered an activity or gathering that will stress you out. Learn from the slips and try to do better the next time. Enjoy any downtime you get and hug your loved ones (at least the ones you can!)

Dec 04,2020 – Patients losing weight through Body by Bijoor

Nov 24,2020 – Patients losing weight through Body by Bijoor

Nov 17,2020 – Aesthetic procedures and the popularity of fillers

Nov 10,2020 – The benefits of Botox

Nov 03,2020 – Benefits of Virtual Shared Medical Appointments

Oct 27,2020 – Local doctor’s prescription for Halloween

Oct 20,2020 – Male Breast Cancer

Oct 13,2020 – October is Caffeine Recovery Month

Oct 06,2020 – Breast Cancer Awareness

Sep 29,2020 – Why Parents Need to Make their Health a Priority

Sep 22,2020 – Protecting the health of senior citizen

Sep 15,2020 – You’ve got a case of the sniffles, now what?

Sep 08,2020 – Keeping your kids healthy this school year Part #2

Sep 02,2020 – Keeping your kids healthy this school year

Aug 25,2020 – How better lifestyle choices can make a major impact on health

Aug 18,2020 – Lifestyle Medicine Tips for Raising Healthy Kids

Aug 11,2020 – Advice on quality sleep and why it’s crucial

Aug 04,2020 – Lifestyle medicine for your family’s health and wellbeing

Jul 28,2020 – Covid testing and what happens after a positive diagnosis

Jul 21,2020 – Dr. Nita Bijoor on Medical Visits During Pandemic

Jul 14,2020 – Oakview Medical Associates

July 07,2020 – Oakview Medical Associates

Jun 30,2020 – Oakview Medical Associates

Jun 23,2020 – Oakview Medical Associates and Body by Bijoor

Jun 16,2020 – Oakview Medical Associates

Jun 09,2020 – Oakview Medical Associates

May 28,2020 – Oakview Medical Associates

May 26,2020 – Oakview Medical Associates

May 19, 2020 – BodyByBijoor lifestyle medicine Mini habits and ABCD steps for weight loss and reversing chronic disease

Mar 23,2020 – Thank you healthcare workers during Covid19!

Mar 10,2020 – Breath Awareness

BodyByBijoor lifestyle medicine Mini habits and ABCD steps for weight loss and reversing chronic disease
– May 19, 2020

Thank you healthcare workers during Covid19
! – Mar 23,2020
Breath Awareness – Mar 10,2020
Stress Management – Mar 3, 2020
Weight Loss – Feb 26, 2020
Food as Medicine – Feb 18, 2020
Life Style Medicine for the Heart – Feb 11, 2020
Fight the Flu – Feb 4, 2020
Diabetes – Jan 28, 2020
Looking to become the healthiest version of you? – Jan 21, 2020
How to live a healthier lifestyle – Jan 14, 2020
Meet Dr. Nita Bijoor of Oakview Medical Associates – Jan. 7, 2020
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