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Keep moving! Always!

“Why do some people tend to grow particularly old?” This question was answered to me as follows: “Because they know the value of life and always keep going.” This got me thinking a lot. I came to the conclusion that people who are continuously moving mentally and physically usually grow very old. They are in a constant state of progress and also seem particularly content.

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Healing Magnetism

Often it is an “either – or”, rarely a “both”, but it should be exactly that. Conventional medicine in its constant development celebrates terrific successes in the treatment of diseases and injuries. Holistic physicians are convinced that for sustainable treatment success, a healthy mind must also live in the body. Together, these two are unbeatable!

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Healing hands and a keen sense of science

Prim. Univ. Doz. Dr. Schratter – Sehn’s life path has, according to her own statement, resulted from many coincidences. She also came to radiotherapy by chance. She used to work in pathology, but a senior physician poached her because he thought she would be better off in radiation oncology because she had such a big heart.

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Up the mountain, look far, follow the path, reach the goal

Instagram photos of mountain peaks under a lightning blue sky, hiking boots, untouched nature, efforts of the ascent, victorious views of the vastness and solitude with nature. The young woman in the pictures is radiant, content with herself, happy, sporty and, it seems, in good health. Nikki is a mother, daughter, professional, fun-loving, loves French bulldogs, is close to nature, was a party queen and, she has breast cancer. What you see in her today is a tremendous strength that she gets from nature, through planned climbs and reaching the peaks she sets her mind to.

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Find your strong reason to live!

Find your strong reason to live!

Alice: “Would you please tell me how to go from here?”

“That depends in large part on where you want to go,” said the cat.

“Alice in Wonderland” by Lewis Carroll

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Clean Sweep of Bad Habits

Alice: “Would you please tell me where to go from here?”
“That depends largely on where you want to go,” said the cat.
“Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll

Where our life leads is not always a question of circumstances, even if much of life is beyond our direct control. Rather, there is a whole series of decisions that we make ourselves and which thus significantly shape our lives. The question that always arises, as it does for Alice, is where we want to go with this life in which we are, after all, the main actors, producers and directors all in one.

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Forest bathing

Forest bathing has long been a recognised form of therapy in Japan, and is even covered by health insurance as part of preventive health care. The stress-reducing effect of spending time in the forest has been scientifically proven, as has the lowering of cortisol levels and the positive effect on blood pressure and pulse. The overall stress level is lowered and this, as we know, causes a positive psychological change.

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