It’s important to learn how to listen to your body


The modern world is busy. There are appointments to keep, schedules to manage,  problems to solve. In the hustle and bustle, it’s easy to ignore the subtle ways our bodies communicate with us. 

In a talk on Saturday, Feb. 11, at the Kent Memorial Library, Deborah Bain, registered nurse and founder of Prism Health Advocates, emphasized the importance of paying attention to what your body tells you.

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