Well-Being Webinar Series
Everside Health is hosting Well-Being Webinars on the second Thursday of every month at 1 PM ET/11 AM MT. The webinar series is designed to support you in making healthy lifestyle changes and learning about new health and well-being topics.
Balancing the weight for a healthier you!
4-week series, Monday January 30, February 6, 13 and 20 at 1 PM ET
Set yourself up for success through healthy lifestyle
A quick search on the internet will pull up plenty of tips for shedding a few extra pounds, but what are the best strategies for losing weight and keeping it off? Everside Health will be hosting a virtual weight management program, where we will explore the leading techniques that can help you manage your weight.
What will be reviewed during the four week Balancing the Weight series?
Skills for success
Setting SMART goals
Planning your plate
Reading food labels
Types of exercise
Preventing weight regain
Ways to stay motivated
Managing Stress Well
3-week series, starting in May!
Designing a plan for managing stress well through healthy lifestyle
Stress can be healthy, but chronic stress can cause or worsen many serious health problems, such as depression, anxiety, heart disease, high blood pressure, and stroke. Everside Health will be hosting a virtual stress management program, where we will explore various techniques that can help you stress well and improve your mental health.
What will be reviewed during the three week Managing Stress Well series?
Breaking down barriers
Time management skills
Movement for stress relief
Sleep and stress
How stress impacts weight
Registration coming soon!
Webinars at Your Fingertips
Setting Healthy Boundaries
At times, life can be overwhelming and chaotic. Lack of time and energy can create barriers to self-care and well-being and even lead to prolonged stress and burnout. Healthy boundaries allow you to communicate your wants and needs, while respecting the wants and needs of others. The types of boundaries and what you consider crossing their lines varies based on your personal beliefs, values, cultural customs, and family traditions. Listen now to learn the what, why, and how of setting healthy boundaries, speaking your needs, and living a more peaceful life.
Men's Health Matters
Did you know men are more likely to put off routine checkups and delay seeing a healthcare provider for symptoms of a health problem? Health suffers when prevention and early treatment take a back seat to other priorities. Join us to learn how men can live longer and stronger – and stay in control of common health problems.
Human Connection is Good Medicine
How to build meaningful relationships for better physical and mental health.
As human beings, we are wired to connect. Through good times and bad, positive interactions – with family, friends and our communities – keep us moving forward. Feeling connected has a positive influence on weight, blood sugar, heart health and even migraines. It can also help to alleviate symptoms of depression. Join us to discover essential ways you can create balanced, healthy relationships in your life. We’ll explore ways to reduce stress and improve well-being through stronger connections with family, friends, co-workers and your community.
Prediabetes: the time to act is now
The American Diabetes Association estimates that 1 in 3 American adults in the U.S. alone have health problems related to blood sugar imbalances, and staggeringly, over 80% of these people don’t know it. Learn the surprising symptoms and conditions associated with blood sugar imbalance and healthy ways to keep blood sugar in check.
Life may not come with a map, but everyone will experience twists and turns, from everyday challenges to traumatic events with more lasting impact. Yet people generally adapt well over time to life-changing situations and stressful situations—in part thanks to resilience. Becoming more resilient not only helps you get through difficult circumstances, it also empowers you to grow and even improve your life along the way.
Coping with Heartburn & Acid Reflux
Heartburn affects an estimated 60 million Americans at least once a month according to the American College of Gastroenterology. It results from acid reflux—stomach acid that backs up into the esophagus, which is the tube that carries food from your mouth to your stomach. Join us to learn more about the causes, consequences, and management of acid reflux (also known as gastroesophageal reflux disease or GERD). Listen to discover:
1. What is acid reflux and what causes it
2. What symptoms should I look out for
3. How are people with acid reflux evaluated
4. What are the treatment options for acid reflux
Reaching Your Movement Potential
Have you ever found yourself saying “I know” when someone, or even your doctor says that you need to exercise more to improve your health? Even though most of us already know what we need to do and have every intention of trying, why are we still unable to make activity a priority? Watch now to get a glimpse into what prevents us from reaching our potential and learn what you can do to make exercise a part of our everyday routine.
Strategies for Tobacco Cessation
Becoming tobacco free can be challenging! If you are curious about what it would really take to stop using tobacco, join us to learn the reasons why this habit is so difficult to conquer. We will review strategies to cut down or stop to help keep lungs as healthy as possible.
Empowering women to take charge of their health
Every woman has her own approach, and we know that it’s not always easy to take steps for better health. Join us during Women's Health Week as we encourage all women to make their health a priority. Preventive care can keep disease away or detect problems early so that treatment is more effective. Protect your health by identifying the care you may need.
Designing a plan for managing stress well through healthy lifestyle.
Managing Stress Well Week 1
Stress can be healthy, but chronic stress can cause or worsen many serious health problems, such as depression, anxiety, heart disease, high blood pressure, and stroke.
Listen to learn more for ways to manage stress:
- Identifying triggers
- Types of stress
- Warning signs
- Health impacts of stress if not managed properly
Tackle Stress with a New Mindset
Managing Stress Well Week 2
In week two, learn how to tackle stress by setting the groundwork for planning, time management skills, reframing your thoughts, learning to have a growth mindset, and keeping things in perspective.
Managing Stress Well Week 3
In week three, hear more about the health benefits of staying connected, ways to utilize relaxation techniques, and healthy lifestyle behaviors that can help us handle stress in a healthier way.
Understanding Metabolic Syndrome
Metabolic syndrome is a cluster of conditions that occur together, increasing your risk of heart disease, stroke and type 2 diabetes. Learn exactly what this is, why it matters, and the good news—that it can be treated! Join us to discover healthy lifestyle changes to help you prevent and reverse metabolic syndrome.
Fighting Inflammation to Reduce Pain
Chronic inflammation has been linked to health conditions such as heart disease, diabetes, arthritis and more. Research is showing that one of the best ways to reduce inflammation lies not in the medicine cabinet, but in the refrigerator. During this webinar you will learn how inflammation affects the body, foods that fight inflammation and healthy tips to help prevent inflammation and pain.
Asthma & Allergy Relief
Asthma and allergies are two respiratory conditions that can be linked or occur separately. Understand the importance of controlling these conditions, strategies to avoid triggers, how to monitor your symptoms, and the types of medications used to treat these conditions.
Research is clear that plant-based diets improve health. What exactly does this mean for you? Are some animal foods acceptable? How do you make this change? Learn the importance of nutrient-packed plant foods and how to make plant-based eating a way of life.
Gut Health: A Key to a Thriving Body and mind
Did you know that gut health affects systems throughout your body? It is the gateway to your immune health, mental health, hormone health, metabolism and liver function. The good news is the right food, fitness and lifestyle choices can have a significant impact on our digestive health. By healing your gut, you could also impact your anxiety and depression, joint pain, blood sugar and more. Watch this session to discover:
What is the gut microbiome
The gut - brain connection
Nutrients needed to build the immune system & ways to support gut health
Prep, Reset and Revive for the New Year!
Every new year gives you the perfect opportunity to start something new and fresh. Whether you're looking to save money, manage a health condition, or create new healthy habits, watch now to learn more about creating a personal health and wellness plan to achieve your health goals in 2022.
Cultivating Gratitude to Strengthen Connections
Research shows that grateful people tend to be happier, healthier and have improved self-esteem. Watch now to hear the benefits of recognizing and expressing gratitude, along with ways that you can incorporate practices into your daily life to help you have an attitude of gratitude.
Prediabetes & Diabetes
Nearly 34 million Americans have diabetes, and another 88 million have prediabetes – that’s one in three people! Diabetes involves difficulty regulating the glucose, or sugar, in our blood. Normally, insulin, a hormone in our body, controls our blood sugar levels by moving the sugar from our bloodstream into our cells to be used for energy. Join us to learn healthy lifestyle changes to help you prevent and reverse prediabetes naturally.
Balancing the Weight
Many factors contribute to a person’s weight including environment, family history, metabolism, and most importantly, behavior or habits. Beyond physical activity and nutrition, learn how sleep and coping with stress are critical elements to finishing out the year at your healthiest. In this webinar, hear the science behind why fad diets may not work in the long term, and about the growing research around the power of “mindful eating” to achieve permanent, pleasurable, natural, healthy weight to help you look and feel your best.
"We first make our habits, and then our habits make us"
From online shopping to constant social media updates, our habits have changed over the last year. If you have a habit and are thinking about making a change, we are here to help. Listen to learn more about:
The science of habits
Reshaping our routines and our environments to support change
Creating healthy habits that stick
Movement as Medicine
How to make physical activity a priority in our busy lives!
Understand what physical activity can do for your mental and physical well-being. Identify opportunities to increase physical activity throughout the day and set your mind to exercising more. Plus, hear some tips that will help you succeed and MOVE MORE every day!
Protect the Skin You're In!
With skin being the largest organ in the body, make sure you are doing everything that you can to protect your skin and keep it healthy. Watch now to learn what you can do each day through positive lifestyle behaviors to keep your skin healthy, looking younger, and ways to spot signs of skin cancer.
Finding Your Flow. Living a Life that Feels Good!
Flow is one of life’s highly enjoyable states of being, wrapping us entirely in the present, and helping us be more creative, productive, and happy. Here you’ll find some information on the background of the Flow concept, its significant role in positivity, and ways you can achieve Flow in your daily life.