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Newsletter Video, April 2022


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Four Simple Exercises to Maintain Lower Back Mobility

Disclaimer: Before you try these or any other exercises, consult with your physical therapist or physician first.

Seated Trunk Flexion


Prone Press Up

Standing Side Bend

Side Lying Trunk Rotation

Eight Tips on Building Resilience

Nurturing your body, brain, and social connections can help you bounce back from stress.

  1. Develop healthy physical habits.
    Healthy eating, physical activity, and regular sleep can improve your physical and mental health.

  2. Take time for yourself.
    Make taking care of yourself part of your daily routine. Take time to notice the good moments or do something that you enjoy, like reading a book or listening to music.

  3. Look at problems from different angles.
    Think of challenging situations as growth opportunities.

  4. Try to see the positive side of things.
    Learn from your mistakes and don’t dwell on them.

  5. Practice gratitude.
    Take time to note things to be thankful for each day.

  6. Explore your beliefs about the meaning and purpose of life.
    Think about how to guide your life by the principles that are important to you.

  7. Tap into your social connections and community.
    Surround yourself with positive, healthy people. Ask friends, family, or trusted members of your community for information or assistance when you need it. Look for cultural practices that you feel help in times of stress.

  8. Get help for mental health and substance use disorders.
    Talk with a healthcare professional if you’re having trouble coping.

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