Did you know there are some foods that can lower stress levels? Certain foods can help reduce our levels of cortisol — the primary hormone responsible for stress. A dietitian weighs in.
There’s been a lot of buzz around ashwagandha these days. So what is it and does it really work? Learn more from an integrative medicine specialist.
Feeling stressed, ladies? You’re not alone. Women are more likely than men to report increased stress levels — and to feel the physical and emotional symptoms of stress.
We can’t show up as our best self if we don’t make ourselves a priority or if we spread ourselves too thin. A wellness expert suggests 10 small but might ways to practice self-care.
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For women juggling family and work tasks, the stress can often lead to burnout. But it doesn’t have to be this way and an expert explains how.
Should we be positive all the time? Actually, it’s OK to feel what you feel when you’re dealing with tough situation. Learn what toxic positivity is and how to handle the perpetually positive people in your life.
You work hard all day. Then you chauffeur your kids to sports and activities. Then you don your chef”s hat. No wonder you’re stressed to the max. Our experts offer tips for managing stress and rediscovering the joy of parenting.
Struggling with your New Year’s resolution already? After 2020, it’s OK. Learn how to make more realistic goals from a psychologist.
Taking baths promotes more than good hygiene — it’s also good for your mental and physical health. Learn four reasons why baths are good for you.
The gentle, flowing movements of tai chi can build muscle and relieve stress. Find out how you can reap the benefits of this ancient Chinese practice.