Welcome to this episode of The Tonic, terrestrially broadcast on August 24 and 25, 2019 on AM740 and FM 96.7 in Toronto. Topics covered on the show track the lifestyle articles and themes published in Tonic Magazine. This week we discuss the natural treatment of stress with Joel Thuna, why the intention behind your workout matters with Rucsandra Mitrea, Digital Health for Seniors with Michael Green and Zayna Khayat and Advance Care Planning with Chad Hammond
We specifically discuss:
The Natural Treatment of Stress
- Who suffers from stress?
- Is all stress bad?
- Stress equilibrium
- Dealing with stress in the moment
- Adaptogens – Ginseng
- Vitamin B for a balanced diet
- Essential Oils
- A Healthy Diet
- Sleep and Regular Exercise
- Avoiding alcohol, smoking, vaping and other toxins
The Intention Behind Your Workout
- What mistakes do people make to derail their workouts?
- Body awareness
- Punishment workouts
- Why do we (should we) work out?
- Why is it important to be focused in our workout?
- Preserving the wellness in our bodies
- Form and awareness
Digital Health For Seniors
- What is the mandate for digital health for aging Canadians?
- How can digital access to health care improve life for Canadians
- Is the Canadian health care system ready to deal with the aging population?
- Why is digital access to health so important for Canada?
- What will the future of health care in Canada look like?
- Will there be push back from older Canadians in digitizing health?
- The technology gap
- What digital tools are and will be available to facilitate health care?
Advance Care Planning
- What is advanced care planning?
- Why don’t Canadians take steps to plan for advanced care?
- Who are Canadians speaking with about advanced care planning?
- When do we think we should be considering advance care planning?
- To learn more about resources for advance care planning go here.
For more information about show sponsor Pure-Le Natural go here.
To read Joel’s articles in Tonic Magazine go here.
To learn more about Rucsandra Mitrea and her work at Vital Directives go here.
To learn more about Michael Green/Zayna Khayat and the work at Access2022 go here.
To learn more about Chad Hammond and his work at the Canadian Hospice Palliative Care Association go here.