| WARRIOR HIGHLIGHT | Here at Transcend we are continually inspired by you, our warriors. "I absolutely love the outdoors. Hiking and photography are on the top of the list. Having a connection with nature will always be one of the most important aspects of my life. Unfortunately, even when I’m chasing the highs, blood sugars get low..." - Darriels, Transcend Warrior
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Thank you so much for everyone that joined me live this morning! I am so grateful to have this practice to ground me and you guys to keep me sane.
Hardest part of this journey is being vulnerable to others. But what helps me the more is that other people can relate and connect to a lot of these struggles and it’s about who benefits from it, not about me.
I really hope the meditation and flow have helped you guys through this time. As always if you have any ideas or request let me know as I post more videos !
With love and light,
Day dreaming about being able to go on holiday again ☀️ •
There’s no doubt times are hard right now, and life a few months ago was much better (I was in sunny Canaries 3 months ago!), however I’m trying to make this time positive. •
I’ve been working on my Basel rates and ratios, my levels have been pretty damn great. I’ve been working out loads and eating well! •
I was due to fly over to the states in May, which has sadly been cancelled due to all this covid-19 malarkey. But hopefully once it’s over I’ll plan another fanatic get away, cause I’ll sure as heck need it! 👌🏼 •
How is everyone doing •
A message from your friendly Instagram family doctors! ✨
As quarantine continues, it can be tempting to let up on our social distancing efforts to flatten the curve. Please don’t! They are working.
As cases of COVID-19 continue to rise, we as your family doctors are seeing the impact of social distancing (or not!) daily.
Some of us in this picture are working on the front lines in the wards/ICUs of New York as cases near their peak. Some of us are on the west coast, working in the ED, ICU and wards, watching the surge begin. Some of us are working behind the scenes, rapidly adapting our clinic models to telehealth to continue the care of routine illness and chronic disease for people of all ages and stages of life. Some of us are doing all of the above! And all of us are dedicated stewards of public health, working to keep our communities well under any circumstances, but especially now.
Help us keep you well by taking care of your health at baseline. While young, otherwise healthy, people can get serious cases of COVID-19, the risk is highest in those with underlying conditions. So take your medications, check your blood sugar, count your carbs! Eat your veggies, move your body, take care of your mind! Wash your hands, don’t touch your face, and STAY HOME unless absolutely necessary.
And if you have questions or concerns about symptoms, what to do, or how to seek care, call your family doctor. We are all here to help. In the meantime, stay well, and stay home. ✨
P.S. Shout out to all the FM docs in this photo for this awesome outreach effort and their efforts in general! I’m proud to be a family doc every day, but seeing the innovative and adaptive response to this pandemic from my fellow FM docs has been so inspiring! We are trained broadly to flexibly meet the needs of our communities, whatever they may be, and never has that felt like more of a gift than now, when health systems are being disrupted before our eyes. If you’re a med student, I strongly urge you to consider our specialty. ❤️