In Good Shape talks to psychotherapist Dr. Mazda Adli from Flieder Clinic Berlin. He's a stress researcher whose main focus is loneliness in big cities. He explains the possible causes and what we can do to help ourselves.
The Christian Democrats in Berlin are calling for a special commissioner for loneliness as isolation plagues the metropolis. The loneliness epidemic is having serious effects on health and society in the German capital.
Hailed as a health hack, intermittent fasting is widely promoted as a reliable way to lose weight, lower disease risk and increase lifespan. But despite some positive study results, does it really deserve so much kudos?
I lit my last cigarette eight weeks ago. In this short amount time, not only have great things happened to my body, but also my psyche. What really goes on inside the human body after that last cigarette is butted out?
Diagnosis: cancer. After surpassing the initial shock, Patricia discovered the power of her mind. The serious illness has changed her life for the better. Sound unusual? Well, Patricia's story is not unique.
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