6 Tips For Lowering Your Stress At Work | NVCPC.com

6 Tips For Lowering Your Stress At Work

Stress seems like it goes hand in hand with employment. However, this doesn’t need to be the case at all. If you’re feeling stressed in the office, there are a few things you can do to lower your anxiety and restore your stress levels to normal. These six tips can help you lower your stress at…

Nutrition And Your Body: An Overview | NVCPC.com

Nutrition And Your Body: An Overview

There are so many online resources about nutrition and the recommended daily amounts of certain foods. With all of the contradictory information how is it even possible to know what is truly best for your body? Here is a quick overview of how nutrition works with your body on a day-to-day basis, especially for pain…

Banish Your Stress With Reading! | NVCPC.com

Banish Your Stress With Reading!

Whether your favorite is a fantasy-filled adventure through the world of Harry Potter, a brisk run through a crime-mystery novel, or a long tome of Russian experimental literature, scientists have found that the simple act of reading for pleasure can actually reduce stress levels and reduce your pain overall. Does reading actually help with stress? …

What Are The Major Types Of Back Pain? | NVCPC.com

What Are The Major Types Of Back Pain?

Back pain is an extremely personal experience. There are multiple causes of this type of pain and each one requires specialized attention and treatment. So, what are the various types of back pain and how many people in the U.S. are dealing with this painful experience? In most cases, back pain can be divided between…

The High Cost of Work-Related Stress | NVCPC.com

The High Cost of Work-Related Stress

If you dread going to work in the morning or spend all weekend agonizing about your return to work on Monday, you’re not too surprised that jobs create the most stress for people in the U.S. You may, however, be surprised at just how much stress our jobs are creating in our lives, or what…

Antonette Vergara, APRN

Antonette Vergara, APRN

Antonette was born and raised in the Philippines. She completed her degree in Bachelors of Science in Nursing from Sacred Heart College in 1998. When she moved to the United States , she pursued her education and earned her degree in Masters of Science in Nursing as an Adult Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner from Grand Canyon University, Phoenix, AZ.