Have you ever tried mindfulness? Research shows time and again how learning to be present in the moment, instead of worrying about the future or feeling regretful of the past, can help with symptoms of stress and anxiety. It can be very straightforward and simple; it basically involves just being. I find it so helpful …
What could be better than the feeling you get after a great workout? Going home and lounging in your new amazing clothes. I am a member of Yoga Club and absolutely love the look and feel of my outfits they send me. They make it so easy! You answer a few questions so they can …
There are many ways to help control your stress. Limiting foods that can worsen stress symptoms, while eating more of the ones that help guard against the stressful feelings is one way you can help your health. As mentioned in a prior post, complex carbohydrates are powerful ways to help your body feel more calm. …
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Dr. Andrea Zaffuto enjoys her career as a psychiatric nurse practitioner (PMHNP) and psychiatric clinical nurse specialist (PMHCNS), working as a consultant for various facilities throughout the city of Orlando. She graduated from Florida State University with her Bachelors of Science in Nursing, and from University of Florida, first with her Masters in Nursing in 2006, and most recently with her Doctorate in Nursing Practice in 2020.
Why Wellness Health Coaching?
We all have stress at one time or another. It’s normal and part of living our day to day lives.
But when we let stress overwhelm us, and negatively affect our relationships, home and work lives, it becomes a problem.
There are ways to change this, and my goal is to give you stress management tools and strategies, that I’ve learned in my clinical practice, to help you achieve a more content and calmer outlook.
And since you’re busy living life, my aim is to give you these stress management tools in a quick and straightforward way. Take a look and thank you for visiting.
Dr. Andrea Zaffuto DNP, ARNP, PMHNP-BC, PMHCNS-BC