During these uncertain times, it is important to look after your own well-being by practicing self-care. These are activities that we choose to do on a regular basis to enhance our health. It could be as simple as going for walk, talking to a friend or just hitting some notes on a piano. By allowing your mind and body to rest, it helps to reduce the symptoms of stress and anxiety.
Throughout medical school and GP training we had reflection drilled into our curriculum. As a practicing doctor I can see how important this is. By being able to take a situation and analyse what was done well and not so well allows for continual self-development and learning. It allows us to remain humble but at the same time gain knowledge and skills.
It’s something that I do on a daily basis and if it’s not something you’ve tried before, I encourage you to give it a go and let me know how you do.
For me, being able to inspire others to pursue their dreams and give them hope and confidence in their abilities is such a motivational and gratifying feeling.
Being a non surgical trainer, I’m in a privileged position to empower others to succeed whilst giving guidance on safe injecting techniques. Helping to contribute to a new generation of safe cosmetic injectable physicians.
Being a responsible cosmetic doctor, I always make sure to test out the latest cosmetic treatments before offering them to my patients. This time I tried truSculpt ID, a new body sculpting machine that uses Radiofrequency Energy to reduce up to 24% of stubborn fat in just 15 minutes with additional skin tightening.
Be sure to check out the treatment video going live on youtube.com/drnora soon.