Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps is the most decorated Olympic athlete ever. But this week, people were chattering about more than his butterfly stroke. They were commenting on his game face.
When you have aches and pain, you might find yourself reaching for a bottle of pain relievers more than you’d like. But there is a free and simple way to reduce those aches: meditation.
To balance your stress response, you need to strengthen your calm. You can reset your nervous system in just one minute of focused breathing. And, yes, we have the science to prove it! Here’s how to start.
Did you know massage therapy can increase your physical fitness? It can also relieve pain, reduce stress and improve sleep, mental health and wellness. A Cleveland Clinic massage therapist explains the different techniques.
A stressful relationship is often behind bloating, abdominal pain and constipation. Get practical tips from Dr. Michael Roizen on managing life’s stresses.
For those who struggle with social anxiety, just the thought of getting out of the house and interacting with others can be a cause of stress. If this is you, recent research is shedding light on how you can take an active role to defeat your anxiety.
Everyone likes to feel connected, and our smart phones and tablets help us to do that. But too much connectivity may not be good for the brain.
There’s nothing worse than trying to focus during the day with an annoying eye twitch that won’t stop. Find out if it’s a symptom of something serious.
Job-related burnout isn’t the same thing as work stress. A clinical psychologist discusses the signs to watch for, tips to reverse it — and ways to prevent it altogether.
Even if you love your job or career, some days are stressful. Psychologists say our bodies create stress and anxiety when we start to worry too much about what might happen, before it does. Watch this video for tips to stay calm and productive.