A TOP DOCTOR PROVIDES NATURAL WAYALLEVIATE ANXIETY DURING THE PANDEMIC
Author Ken Redcross, MD, Provides Homeopathic & Stress Relief
Strategies as Alternatives to Habit-Forming Conventional Medicines
As we all deal with the stress of the pandemic, it’s important to realize what it can do to our health and well-being. On May 7th, Ken Redcross, MD, a board-certified internal medicine doctor, is available to provide some natural ways to deal with this unimaginable situation. He’ll discuss the physiological response in our bodies that helps us either fight threats or stressors and how to avoid the damaging affects it can have on our health. Plus, Dr. Redcross is teaming up with Boiron to explain how homeopathic remedies like Sedalia and Quietude can help with prolonged, unmanageable stresses, like the ones so many of us are facing during the pandemic. This current situation is taking a toll on many people, causing irritability, nervousness, sleeplessness, and digestive upsets. Stress can also aggravate or even trigger chronic diseases.
CHECK OUT DR. REDCROSS’ STRESS RELIEF TIPS:
- Write a gratitude list of things you are grateful for
- Do a random act of kindness to feel better about yourself and improve your mood
- Reach out to someone you used to be close to but haven’t talked to in a while
- Go for a walk to enjoy fresh air, clear your head and change your mood
- Consider alternatives to narcotics, such as homeopathic medicines like Boiron’s Sedalia and Quietude that offer a simple, low-risk solution for stress and sleep relief
SPOKESPERSON BACKGROUND: Ken Redcross, MD, is author of “Bond: The 4 Cornerstones of a Lasting and Caring Relationship with Your Doctor,” and founder of Redcross Concierge, a personalized medical practice designed to enhance the patient-doctor relationship. As one of the first full-service concierge, personalized medical practices in the United States, Dr. Redcross’s patient portfolio includes executives, athletes, and entertainers, as well as individuals from all walks and stages of life. Dr. Redcross earned his MD from Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center in NY, specializing in internal medicine.
You can listen to Dr. Redcross and Mark here: