There are many techniques and exercises that claim to help. Here we consider those that could especially benefit our mind, brain and emotional health and well-being.
Breathing Exercises for Stress Relief
Stress is all the rage these days, or rather, it makes us rage. Here are a few breathing techniques to get you started on your way to calmness.
Change Your Life With Attachment Theory
Do you ever notice yourself making the wrong choice over and over? Or reacting the wrong way, or floundering in certain situations? We all have patterns or issues that get in our way in life. Here's how to use Attachment Theory to figure out why, make changes, and grow past it.
Depression and Exercise Motivation
Does exercise sound too overwhelming? Five simple steps to overcome motivation roadblocks and start walking today!
Keeping New Year´s Resolutions
So many of us make New Year´s Resolutions the give up. Perseverance is key. Try to achieve one goal at a time.
Love and Wealth are Not Enough
What are the most important ingredients to create a happy, confident adult? Is it money or love? Or something else entirely?
Use meditation to get rid of stress, clear away worries, build concentration and focus, and banish negativity. You will feel relaxed and empowered.
Mindful Eating - Taste the Flavor of Life
When we eat mindfully, the same love of food that can lead to overeating becomes the key to eating less because we experience greater enjoyment and satiation. Eating becomes more than a habit or compulsion; we transform it into a form of nourishment and sustenance for body and soul.
Qigong, Tai Chi, Mudras, and Mantras
Qigong and tai chi are both meditative practices that use different movements to tap into inner energy. Tai chi is a practice of qigong, but it is performed with movement, and sometimes, a partner.
With so many ways to induce relaxation such as deep breathing, progressive muscle relaxation, meditation, visualization, yoga, tai chi, and aerobic exercise, how does one find the right technique?
The Psychology of Yoga
If you have ever taken a yoga class, you may remember how you felt afterward: invigorated, peaceful, relaxed. While many people practice yoga and enjoy the physical benefits —flexibility and strength—it can be a valuable practice for those experiencing stress, insomnia, anxiety, and depression.
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