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.
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.
Discover the truth about questions that pique your curiosity in our “Short Answer” series. Clinical psychologist Scott Bea, PsyD, answers this one.
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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.
Yes, stress at work is bad. But it can also put you at higher risk for stroke. Find out why stress increases your risk.
Why do some people talk in their sleep? There’s no one clear-cut answer, but experts say there are some clues about what might contribute to it.
When we say we’re going to the mall for a little retail therapy, most of us are being humorous. But does shopping really help us to feel better? In many cases yes, but know the signs of compulsion and addiction.
The winter months give your hair a beating. But you can protect your hair with some TLC. Don’t skip these tips for healthy hair in the winter and keep your strands happy until spring.
Splitting up is hard. Splitting during the pandemic and trying to make sure your kids are OK is a huge undertaking. Get some helpful tips for establishing a pandemic parenting plan from a pediatric psychologist.