The 12 Days of Diabetes from the Health Performance Institute!

Click here to view the event on our Facebook page.

Continue on to learn more about it.

Starting December 12 and finishing December 23, we will host a FB Live video each day. The videos will be short – 3-5 minutes – and will discuss some of the things type 2 diabetics struggle with on a daily basis. A few of the scheduled topics include discussions about food and hunger, the good news and bad news surrounding type 2 diabetes, how what you have been told about exercise is probably wrong and a lot more. See the image for a list of all 12 topics.

In each of the videos, we will discuss the topic and tell you what to do so you can improve your condition.

Type 2 diabetes is a serious condition. It’s expensive and debilitating and we don’t seem to be making progress in treating the condition. If you are serious about improving your health and making real progress in controlling your diabetes, the 12 Days of Diabetes from us is what you need.

Please join us. Everything is free and there are no strings attached. Please tag all of your friends, family members, co-workers and anyone else you think should hear this information!

Click here to view this event on Facebook. When there, scroll through and click “Going” for all 12 days of Diabetes. While the first live video is scheduled for noon on December 12, we will be hosting the live video each day at a different time, depending on scheduling. So click “Going” to stay updated on the next video times!

6 hours of Mozart!

One of the many recommendations we have for managing stress is through background music. Here is a favorite from our Classical Music Playlist on Youtube.

Start the video, find a volume for background music that suits you and just let it go. It’s 6+ hours, so it will go almost a full work-day. At 15+ million views, a lot of people are doing just that.

You can work to this, you can study to this and you can probably even fall asleep to this (we don’t recommend that at work).

And see…you just thought YouTube was for watching people do stupid stuff.

Enjoy and if you have a favorite classical music video, share in the comments below. We’ll add it to our playlist!

A note on our classical music playlist. If/When you search “Classical Music” at YouTube, you will get over 1 million hits. That’s a lot! Our playlist contains only 7 videos, but it is more than 25 hours of music. Plus, we tried to pick videos with excellent sound quality and longer than 1 hour. Just like this one!