Wellness encompasses your body, mind and spirit. We all know that, but some days one part or the other of us doesn't feel "well." Back in 1903, the American Journal of Psychology defined habit as a "more or less fixed way of thinking, willing or feeling acquired through previous repetition of a mental experience."
The lessons of Finland are powerful and point to ability of simple, coordinated, and consistent messages to the public and our families to not smoke, reduce animal fat intake, and increase vegetables and fruits in our diets to avoid unnecessary early deaths.
Seven simple steps is all you need to have a blissful, relaxing weekend. Go ahead and enjoy your soul-soothing at-home wellness retreat!
Whatever type of work you do, we all have those days. You know, those days. The days where we've been running ourselves ragged, and it's still not e...
A life of healing can exist after depression, and self-harm. You must first be patient with yourself, trust yourself, and silence the parts of yourself that try to persuade you to think less of yourself.
You might think of yoga as strictly for people in terrific pants on a steady diet of kombucha and Enya, in which case you'd be completely missing the point (although you're right about the pants).
No one warns you about 40. Instead, you learn as you go from appointment to appointment, or notice little changes day to day that let you know that your life (well, really your body) has changed, and not necessarily for the better. So this your warning, your memo.
I am an integrative cardiologist and I search the medical literature for therapies for heart disease that compliment or replace conventional practice....
To gain insight on what is causing the momentum, I decided to talk to Sandra Hinchliffe, author of The Cannabis Spa at Home. How to Make Marijuana-Infused Lotions, Massage Oils, Ointments, Bath Salts, Spa Nosh, and More.
In order to understand a problem we must see the whole picture. If we are unable to see what happens in the middle or what makes individuals reengage the system then we are missing one of the most vital parts of the picture.
School's back in session and your child has gone from two months of fresh air, regular exercise, relaxation and recreation to an indoor classroom packed with new kids to meet, coughs, sneezes, intense concentration, tests, and homework.
Saying someone's being "fake" sounds like a complaint straight from "The Bachelor." But according to a new study, that's just the impression people get when you're not honest about your feelings.
As a performer, all I want to do is give back to the world. Being up on stage and singing is one part of the joy, but what brings the process full circle is knowing that somewhere in the audience, I am affecting someone and making them think in a different way.
Three years ago, when I was 25 and a newly-enrolled college freshman (yes, you read that right), it was obvious that I was not your typical 18-year-old carrying a sheaf of spiral notebooks and fresh set of pens on her first day of classes. But I don't really have your typical life story either.
The following are three signs that you may have developed an unhealthy relationship with exercise.
I don't find depressing things depressing. I don't find problems, issues and stuck points melancholic. I certainly empathize with my clients who are in a state of doubt or confusion and draw from my own personal experiences when I've been in similar states of mind and heart.