Photo via Pixabay by Pexels Practicing self-care is important these days, when stress and anxiety are at an all-time high for many Americans. Taking care of your body and mind together will help you beat those feelings
Stress in the workplace is a serious health problem, according to medical researchers. It is estimated that 75 to 90 percent of all visits to primary care physicians are for complaints and conditions that are, in some way, stress-related. Every
America is among the most stressed-out nations in the world, according to a 2019 poll. That’s hardly surprising, given that Americans also take very little vacation time when compared to other nations. It’s easy to get overwhelmed from working a job
Join Dr. Weissman with Jennifer Zanotti, hostess of “Getting Zen with Jen Z” at WGN Radio for her highly acclaimed podcast on float therapy. “All I wanted to do was float away after this conversation. Dr. Howard Weissman, Clinical Psychologist and
Photo via Pexels A great fitness routine will do wonders for your mental and physical health. But you deserve more! You can incorporate several facets of self-care into your fitness routine to boost your workout results and generally
Recently after my first floating experience (Click here to read more) my husband and I sat down with Dr. Weissman, the owner of The Chicago Stress Relief Center for a short interview. Following are some of the highlights.
The word deprivation and stress relief hardly sound like they go hand in hand. To me deprivation reminds me of being on a diet, not my favorite thing. Maybe that is why “sensory deprivation tanks” are now known
“This is a place for people to seek relief of physical and emotional distress in a natural way,” said Dr. Howard Weissman. “When clients come to see me, they get an individualized assessment of their symptoms and challenges and a