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Stress takes a toll on the mind and body, but there are simple practices that can help you manage it. Meditation is a technique that can induce a state of relaxation and focused attention, and in turn, reduce your stress.
Here are a few tips and tricks to help you boost your mental health throughout your day.
Self-acceptance is the key to a happier life, but it's also the habit many people practice the least. So how can we start? Read on.
Traveling is often thought of as an escape from work when, in reality, it is a crucial function in making you a better employee.
Going back to school can be an exciting time but it can also be filled with stress and anxiety. Here are 5 tips on how parents can help their child manage their mental health this school year.
Happy International Day of Friendship! Celebrate your friends today especially knowing that having good friends can benefit your mind and body.
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Self-care is often seen as just doing a face mask or getting a massage. While these activities can be relaxing and enjoyable, self-care should be incorporated into your every-day routine.
The phrase "set your intention" is regularly mentioned in mindfulness and meditation articles. But what does setting your intention actually mean?
PTSD affects 14 million American adults in any given year. Find out what you can do when you or someone you care about needs help with his/her PTSD.
Discover the benefits of yoga in preparation for tomorrow's International Day of Yoga.
Self-care is a mindset that we all should embody, especially men. Here are 5 simple ways that the modern man can practice self-care to help put your best foot forward in everything you do.
If you're feeling worried or anxious about something going on in your life, the Rule of Five might help to ease your concern.
This nondiet approach promotes dietary intake based on internal cues of hunger and fullness, body acceptance, and making behavior choices based on health and enjoyment.
Time to get zen and take some time for yourself.
How many times have you planned or prepared for a situation – and it goes totally off the rails? How does it affect you? Learning to manage, and even let go of our expectations, can help us handle when life doesn’t go the way we’ve planned.
Nobody knows you better than yourself. You don’t need a diagnosis to take care of your mental health. Read on for ways to care for your mental health – it could lead to a happier, healthier, longer life!
The pressures children face can quickly add up and can put them on the edge. These strategies can help you as a parent help them.
Set realistic goals for your mental health that you can keep track of all year long.