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Yoga: Calming Practice

Credit: Debbie McDermitt, CYT, LCSW and Stellaria Natural Health Studio, Chicago, Illinois. (www.stellarianaturalhealth.com) • Videography: Hype Media (www.hypemediaus.com)

Yoga: Energizing Practice

Credit: Debbie McDermitt, CYT, LCSW and Stellaria Natural Health Studio, Chicago, Illinois. (www.stellarianaturalhealth.com) • Videography: Hype Media (www.hypemediaus.com)

Tip one step at a time, on your time

Have quiet prayer time, even if it's just 5 mintues, God is listening. I find going to bed and waking up the same time every night /morning is good for the brain. Get plenty of sleep if you can. Eat less sugar in your diet and no caffeine. Walking is a good relief for the stress trigger. Look into yourself and find what you want to do not what others expect you to do. Keep your plate as empty as possible. Take advantage of manic highs and get stuff done that YOU want done. In manic lows, take it slow, watch a funny movie, write in a journal, get out all that is hurting you. This is what helps me :o}

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