Do the midterm elections have you feeling stressed? You’re not alone. Two-thirds of Americans say they’re stressed over the future of our nation, according to a 2017 survey by the American Psychological Association.
We know about the power of diet and exercise in our effort to train and maintain our immune systems. But there’s something that’s an even more powerful modifier of immunologic health: achieving optimal mental and spiritual health.
Forest therapy, a type of mindfulness practice, can help de-clutter your mind and boost your physical health, too. Find out how to work it into your life.
Whether it’s a fight with a spouse, a deadline at work, or simply just too much to do — everyone has to deal with stress. If you’re faced with a lot of stress, it can take hold of your eating habits.
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Is the U.S. presidential election stressing you out? You’re not alone. More than half of Americans in a recent survey by the American Psychological Association report that the 2016 election is a very or somewhat significant source of stress.
Clutter can have an impact on both your mental and physical health, but it doesn’t have to. Use these tips to help you take control, and find out when it becomes a hoarding problem.
Are you considering taking up yoga? Find out more about the health benefits of this ancient practice, plus tips to help you find the perfect class for you.