The science is always evolving, but some things never change. For this year's National Women's Health Week, we get back to basics. Follow these simple steps, adapting them to your age and abilities, and you'll be on your way.
After pouring through The Sleep Revolution, fostering more sleep at home seems like a no-brainer and there's no prescription needed. Small changes, beginning with dispelling the collective delusion that less sleep equals more productivity, can lead to big life shifts and may even make for a complete cultural sleep revolution.
The truth is this: until you learn to be guided by yourself, you will spend your days following others. When you follow someone else you will never know whether what you are following is real - or a façade created to guard against the world.
We're all socially conditioned from the time we're born. We're trained to act, react and behave in a manner that is deemed 'appropriate', 'right' a...
And with that I was off to pick up kids from after school activities and to argue with them over the music volume in the car. I could sense that my Mary-N-Martha-Prayer had as much significance and was a lot less stressful than my typical pray-with-instructions prayer I usually did.
It's surprisingly easy to get trapped in an unhealthy headspace. With round-the-clock responsibilities comes the innate guilt and uneasiness of relaxing and taking some time for yourself.
Most parents are unaware of both how common prescription medicine abuse has become in high schools across America, and how easy it is for young people to acquire pills in their own homes and classrooms.
Worse still, we're so busy being caught in the competition of being busy that we don't stop to ask the questions we should ask -- the ones that can really change our lives, change our direction and change our health and well being.
Most of us slog our way through every day. The alarm goes off after what seems like way too little sleep, and we force ourselves out of bed and out ...
Throughout your day, we are making choices... and those determine the quality of our lives. To improve our lives, we need to improve the choices we make. I hope this will help you do so.
That little indulgence might be the thing you need to keep you "on track". Not a little indulgence every meal, every snack, and every day. But a glass or two or wine here and there, a cookie when a friend bakes them for you, or a treat at a party.
The questions to ask is: What uproots and what anchors us? Discovering the answer and following the steps that connect and stabilize us, may prevent the treacherous state.
Your brain is always changing - it is either moving forward or backward. You are the one who drives this remarkable engine and decides which direction it goes. Be proactive, not reactive. Your brain's future - your future is at stake.
Some people get stressed out over their marriage. The key is to work with the other person so that both of you can have a successful marriage. Here ar...
Remember that just because you ended a relationship does not mean that you will be alone for the rest of your life. People come and go and with that relationships develop and end. The key is to be the best person you can be and just be yourself. You will feel better a lot faster if you stay active and make the effort to make new friends.
You and your child started talking about graduation -- the preparation, event and celebration afterwards. Uh oh, what about the child's other parent?