Victoria Maizes MD- Practicing Gratitude
One simple way to feel happier (and healthier) is to begin a gratitude practice. I like to practice gratitude before I go to bed at night. Turning over the events of the day in my mind, I acknowledge three people or events or things that I am grateful.Victoria Maizes MD- An Insight on Integrative Medicine for Any Stage of Life
All factors that influence health, wellness, and disease are taken into consideration when speaking about integrative medicine. By taking an extensive history, and listening to a patientís full story, a healing path of their ailment often emerges.Victoria Maizes MD- Know Victoria
Dr. Victoria Maizes is the Executive Director of the University of Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine and a Professor of Medicine, Family and Community Medicine and Public Health, at the University of Arizona College of Medicine.Victoria Maizes MD- Your Belief System
No two people are exactly alike. How do you prefer to be treated? On a scale that goes from natural and minimally invasive Ė to very aggressive treatment, where do you place yourself? What are your beliefs about what precipitated an illness? What does your intuition tell you to do to enhance healing? There are situations in medicine where everyone agrees that there is one best approach. More often, in medicine, there are shades of gray where a patientís beliefs and preferences become incredibly important when making treatment decisions.Victoria Maizes MD- Cancer Side Effects
Side effects can result from treatment of cancer or the cancer itself. While there are no guaranteed ways to alleviate all the side-effects that come along with cancer, integrative medicine offers a wide range of approaches to reducing side effects of conventional cancer treatment.