If you’ve been a patient of Dr. Parker’s for a while or have been to any of ILIV’s educational talks, you’ve probably heard him recommend taking a “Tea Bath”.
Why? Research supports the benefits of Tea because of its many antioxidant and antimicrobial qualities.
Researchers are pinpointing the brain circuits involved in forming habits. Dr. Elisha Goldstein, clinical psychologist, describes how a mindfulness practice can be used to curb bad habits.
A mindfulness practice is one of the techniques that can be used to train your brain to let go of old bad habits and create new good habits. With brain training techniques such as mindfulness, you’re able to break the automatic response by creating awareness of triggers, thoughts and body sensations that are associated with that habit.