The Institute of Plant Based Medicine Announces it is Gearing Up for Group Experiences That Address Stress During the Upcoming Holidays
The Institute of Plant-Based Medicine, a trusted and a highly respected name in the Lifestyle Medicine space, specializing in a wide range of preventative medical modalities announces it is gearing up for and offering group experiences that address stress factors during the upcoming holidays.
NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. - Nov. 30, 2022 - PRLog -- The Institute of Plant-Based Medicine, a trusted and a highly respected name in the Lifestyle Medicine space, specializing in a wide range of preventative medical modalities announces it is gearing up for and offering group experiences that address stress factors during the upcoming holidays. IOPBM is a multidisciplinary clinic that uses evidenced-based medicine to treat the "whole person." As most people are aware today, the holidays bring certain inherent stresses that affect people in many unwanted ways. One of the most important aspects of enjoying optimum health is in knowing the proper ways to handle this kind of annually induced form of mental and emotional stress.
There has been a continued and growing trend towards incorporating mental health services within primary care and other medical clinics. It is a proven strategy that works. This is simply due to both patient need (growing mental health crisis) and federal initiatives to screen for common mental health symptoms such as stress and anxiety. IOPBM has brought onboard two mental health providers - a psychologist and psychiatrist - to help implement holistic, whole-person types of care related services. Many patients with GI, cardiac, and other physical health disorders benefit from behavioral health treatment to address symptoms such as anxiety, or the behavioral aspects of managing disease. With the right team and the right tools, amazing things can be accomplished in terms of helping people achieve better health both mentally and physically. Even a focus on a healthier diet can be used to promote healing factors.
IOPBM is offering innovative cutting-edge groups that are designed to address whole-person health. Led by the behavioral health providers, these groups teach skills and techniques to help bring the nervous system into greater alignment and overall balance, leading to improved physical and mental as well as emotional health going forward. Skills include mindfulness, breathing techniques, somatic inquiry, to name just a few as well as other effective mind-body practices. The Institute is gearing up for a group that will serve to address the many unique and specific stresses so often encountered by people during the holiday season. This group will teach real and actionable strategies and tools needed to regulate the nervous system along with ways to stay more grounded and calmer during some of the most common family and holiday stressors.
Patients walk away from these groups with greater knowledge of the mind-body connection. They learn practical, easy-to-implement tools that can improve their overall health and wellbeing. The IOPBM provides professional expert guidance in terms of alternative medicine that produces real and measurable results for patients. A dedication and commitment to providing patients with the best care possible is what has enabled the institute to continue to grow and prosper. This recent announcement regarding gearing up for a group experience that addresses stress during the upcoming holidays is just one more key indicator that the Institute of Plant Based Medicine is a highly effective and smart choice for patients looking for alternatives to other traditional medical methodologies and protocols.
About The Institute of Plant Based Medicine
The Institute of Plant-Based Medicine is one of the first multi-specialty plant-based medicine clinics found anywhere in the world today. The Institute of Plant Based Medicine (IOPBM) was first inspired, founded, and ultimately developed in early 2020 by Dr. Angie Sadeghi along with her support team of experienced and skilled practitioners. The team understood that there was a clear and obvious disconnect in the merging of medical knowledge with nutritional knowledge in the world of health, wellness, and nutrition. As individual practitioners the team realized that a plant-based diet approach was the most beneficial for patients that have a wide array of conditions, diseases, and illnesses. As such, the ability to consult and draw upon different specialties within one group would solidify the patient's health in a more synergistic and most beneficial way.
Dr. Angie Sadeghi, MD