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Mind & Body

“The Mind and Body are not separate. What affects one affects the other” Did you ever wonder what your life would be like if the more people you help the better person you become, mentally, physically, emotionally, spiritually and socially? There really is a cure for ill health in helping others, amongst other things. A main practice should be to bring the power of your brain to guide your body to do things previously unattainable. This is our mission top help bring the two together so we can be more productive, friendly and progressive to our community members. We rarely take the time to assess what our basic needs or to analyze how well they are working. It is time to improve our self-care knowledge.

It is known that many of us are generally ill-prepared when it comes to our bodily functions and how to best manage them. The founders of All Care Plus, Inc. had an idea to better understand the concept of care and how it is known by all people. Our first efforts were focused on the needs of caregivers of young and old. To meet the immediate requests of the caregivers, CPR/First Aid and LiveScan fingerprint services were added. Recent discussions have suggested adding TB testing as well. These additional services have greatly assisted in helping to keep our low cost Caregiver Training and Support programs active and effective.

With the help of many of our sincere members, we have developed long lasting relationships that have supported our community care programs, helped to bring needed support to caregivers, helped to bring safety training to low income caregivers, helped to provide background screening to low income caregivers and many others. Now we are directing our energies and focus to the creation of a self-care awareness system to aide in the development of our youth, enhance the sharp thinking of our young professionals and to overall improve and enhance the quality of life for everyone.

All Care Plus, Inc. will continue to provide low cost LiveScan, CPR, First Aid and Care Awareness & Support services. The major difference is that these support services will be combined into a single department so greater focus can be applied to the development of the United Care Awareness Network. Through the combined efforts of health professionals such as Dr. Oz, Deepak Chopra, and Martha Stewart to name a few, we are confident the impact will be sufficiently effective to meet our goal.

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Latest Articles

Nutrition and the Health of Young People

  • December 17th, 2014

Healthy Eating according to the CDC.gov site http://www.cdc.gov/healthyyouth/nutrition/facts.htm Proper nutrition promotes the optimal growth and development of children.1 Healthy eating helps prevent high cholesterol and high blood pressure and helps reduce the risk of developing chronic diseases such as cardiovascular disease, cancer, and diabetes.1 Healthy eating helps reduce one’s risk for developing obesity, osteoporosis, iron deficiency, and dental caries (cavities).1,2 Healthy eating is associated with reduced risk for many diseases, including several of the leading causes of death: heart disease, cancer, stroke, and diabetes.1 Healthy eating in childhood and adolescence is important for proper growth and development and can prevent health problems such as obesity, dental caries, iron deficiency, and osteoporosis.1,2 The Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommend a diet rich in fruits and vegetables, whole grains, and fat-free and low-fat dairy products for persons aged 2 years and older. The guidelines also recommend that children, adolescents, and adults limit intake of solid fats (major sources of saturated and trans fatty acids), cholesterol, sodium, added sugars, and refined grains.3 Unfortunately, most young people are not following the recommendations set forth in the Dietary Guidelines for Americans.3-7 Schools are in a unique position to promote healthy eating and help ensure appropriate food and nutrient intake among students. Schools provide students with opportunities to consume an array of foods and beverages throughout the school day and enable students to learn about and practice healthy eating behaviors. For example, as a healthy alternative to sugar-sweetened beverages, schools can provide students access to safe, free drinking water. Schools should ensure that only nutritious and appealing foods and beverages are provided in school cafeterias, vending machines, snack bars, school stores, and other venues that offer food and beverages to students. In […]

Taking Care of Yourself & Your Brain

  • December 17th, 2014

http://campusmindworks.org/students/self_care/ Note: The information in this module is not intended to be a substitute for medical or mental health treatment. In addition to the professional treatment you receive for your mental health disorder (which may include medication and/or psychotherapy), the healthy living habits you develop and practice are equally important parts of managing your illness. Your lifestyle (including your eating habits, exercise patterns, sleep, recreational activities, social relationships and more) can have a significant impact on how you feel and function, and how well your mind and body respond to your mental health treatment plan. Using this weekly motivator tool can help remind you to take care of yourself and follow through on your self-care goals. To get a picture of how all of your self-care activities are working together to help manage your illness, try this all-in-one tracking tool. Taking steps to develop a healthier lifestyle can pay enormous dividends by reducing stress and improving your physical health, both of which can improve your mental health as well. Students with mental health disorders are at a higher risk for some unhealthy behaviors. You may find it challenging to make healthy choices and manage your stress effectively while in college. This section of the website will help you find ways to take care of your health, which can help you to feel better and prevent or manage your mental health symptoms. Click on one of the key components of self-care to find information, resources, exercises, and worksheets designed specifically for you. Managing Stress Learn ways to reduce your academic stress and help manage your mental health symptoms by improving self-care skills such as time and stress management. Relaxation Techniques Research has shown that relaxation techniques […]

Self-Care Exercises & Activities

  • December 17th, 2014

Self-care doesn’t just involve making a plan, it also requires implementing it! You may know exactly where to start, or you may not be sure. If you’re not sure, print out and complete the Self-Care Assessment and/or the Balance in Dimensions of Self Care pie chart to determine which areas of your self-care may need more attention. Once you have identified the domains of self-care that you would like to put more emphasis on, you can start taking steps to make it so. The resources on this page, along with the other materials in the Student Self-Care webpages, will give you tools to begin taking action to enhance your well-being now and in the future across the domains that are important to you: body, mind, emotions, spirit, relationships, and work/school. The activities and exercises listed below are aimed at maintaining your physical health, decreasing stress, increasing relaxation and equanimity, and managing some challenging emotional situations (including work situations). We also suggest that you read the Developing Your Support System webpage for information on nurturing your relationships and enhancing your social support network, and peruse the Inspirational Materials and Self-Care Readings webpages (and the UBLearns “Self-Care for Social Workers” website) for resources you can use to enhance your spiritual, emotional, and intellectual well-being. The sections below are divided by topic, though there is overlap among them. Read the link headings and then click on the materials you wish to review and use. Healthy Eating. One important way to maintain and enhance your physical health is through healthy eating. The USDA’s Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion has prepared materials based on the most current research to help you evaluate and improve your food choices. Check out […]

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