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Rx for Long Life: Benefits of Mindfulness and Breathing Techniques for Physicians & Patients Recovering from COVID-19
Health care professionals are inspired to serve their patients and profession and in the process of caring for their patients are subject to many stressors, which can often lead to professional burnout affecting the personal life and professional performance.

In this session will enlist the general signs symptoms of burnout and specific physical, mental, psychological, emotional, social and professional impacts of COVID-19

Discuss mechanics of stress, layers of our existence, sources of energy and tendencies of the mind

Practical tools to understand the link between body, mind and breath
Presentation on Science of Breath and Art of Meditation

Demonstrate, learn & practice gentle yoga, breathing techniques, and meditation. Interactive and reflective processes facilitating cognitive reframing skills that has the potential to enhance resilience and coping.

Share Scientific research on effects of Meditation, Yoga & Breathing practices demonstrating physical & mental benefits such as – Reduced levels of stress, Support to the immune system, Increased optimism, Relief of anxiety and depression, increased antioxidant protection, Enhance brain functions etc.

Apr 21, 2021 07:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Sarita Patel, MD
Assistant Professor @Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Dr. Sarita Patel is the Director of Pain Management and Palliative Care Services in Department of Medicine at Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center, NY. In addition to serving her clinical duties, she is passionate about her academic responsibilities specifically training the medical students, medical residents & supervising scholarly activities in the institution. Dr. Patel is the Co-Founder of Living Well Programs for Health Care professionals, a series of programs offered by Art of Living Foundation, a non-profit service organization focusing on stress relief and conflict resolution. The programs teach effective mind-body resilience techniques supported by evidence-based research that addresses the health care professionals burn out and help improve their personal and professional performance. She has conducted Living Well programs for Health Care professionals all over the country.