Several mind and body approaches, including relaxation techniques, yoga, tai chi, and meditation may be useful for managing symptoms of stress in your patients. For some stress-related conditions, mind and body approaches are used as an adjunct to other forms of treatment. This issue of the digest provides a summary of current evidence on some of these practices for stress and stress-related conditions.
This past fall, Claire M. Fraser, Ph.D., gave the annual NIH Rolla E. Dyer Lecture, which honors one of NIH’s past directors by featuring an internationally renowned researcher who has contributed substantially to the medical and biological knowledge of infectious diseases.
This is an opportunity to discuss symptoms associated with menopause, starting on Tuesday, February 2.
Resources for Researchers
The council meets three times per year and is charged with advising, consulting with, and making recommendations to the Center’s director on matters relating to NCCIH’s research activities and functions. Part of its role is the secondary review, in a closed session, of grant applications in light of NCCIH research priorities and program balance.
February 5, 2016, 10 a.m.; Building 31, NIH Campus
March 1, 2016, 11 a.m.; Building 35A, NIH Campus