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Northshore Acupuncture Center Helps Health Care Professionals Avoid Burnout
Warning signs for burnout include feeling emotionally drained, negative self-talk, making cynical or sarcastic remarks, or having trouble making decisions. There also can be physical side effects such as high blood pressure, headaches, sleeping issues, depression, anxiety or addiction.
"As health care providers, it is easy for us to put our clients' needs above our own. However, not making time to take care of ourselves can lead to burnout and hurts the quality of care we provide our clients in the long run.", says Amy Landolt, Licensed Acupuncturist. "We are offering complimentary stress relief treatments for health care professionals to remind them that they need to take care of themselves first."
"As a busy health care professional it's easy to have times that feel overwhelming. Acupuncture has helped me find calm during these times and restore my sleep," shares Dr. Ewa Schafer, M.D.
The next complimentary group stress relief treatments for healing professionals are on Tuesday, January 26, 2016 at 8:00am and Friday, January 29, 2016 at 2:30pm at Northshore Acupuncture Center in Skokie. Space is limited. Additional details about the events can be found online at www.northshoreacupuncturecenter.com.
Northshore Acupuncture Center is an acupuncture practice serving the North Shore community. They specialize in helping patients find solutions to a variety of common conditions including insomnia, anxiety, digestive issues, menopausal symptoms, and other stress disorders. They are conveniently located at 5225 Old Orchard Rd in Skokie, just off of I-94.
Amy Landolt, Licensed Acupuncturist