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Are you ready to unlock the secrets to aging gracefully and maintaining a high quality of life? Join us as we welcome Dr. Karla Pena Rosa, a clinical psychologist, and Stephanie Witt, Clinical Operations Director from Huntingdon Behavioral Health, who will guide us through the various dimensions of wellness and how to incorporate them into our lives. From physical and intellectual wellness to emotional, environmental, and financial wellbeing, we'll explore practical solutions and resources for enhancing your life as you age.
Throughout the episode, we discuss the importance of developing healthy habits in all dimensions of wellness and how these can have a profoundly positive impact on our overall wellbeing. We share valuable tips on habit stacking to make the process of developing new healthy habits even easier. Plus, we dive into specific aspects of wellness such as sleep hygiene, medication management, and intellectual engagement through personal interests and meaningful conversations – all in the pursuit of a well-balanced and fulfilling life.
Finally, we delve into the significance of holistic wellness and self-care in fostering emotional wellbeing and forming safe relationships with ourselves and those around us. Tune in as Dr. Karla Pena Rosa and Stephanie Witt share their wealth of knowledge and insights on wellness, paving the way for a healthier, happier, and more fulfilling life as we age. So, are you ready to embrace the journey towards wellness and unlock the full potential of your golden years?
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