Stress is a physiological anomaly, because it is a condition that the body develops to handle a more demanding task, and if not kept a check upon, it can very easily turn into a serious problem, I.E., depression. As i… Learn more.
You may have heard that a few people are loners and some are outgoing people, or that a few people love to work in groups while others like to work autonomously. Obviously individuals have various inclinations, yet the… Learn more.
Studying hard and going through revisions to prepare for the upcoming exam season? Then you must be experiencing tough times due to long reading sessions. Ironically, a lot of students face hard times understanding w… Learn more.
Traveling can be much more difficult if you have PTSD as unfamiliar places can increase your anxiety but that is no reason why you should completely give up on traveling. Traveling to unknown places which are crowded, no… Learn more.
[caption id="attachment_35314" align="aligncenter" width="680"] Four years ago, while I was writing a paper for my Master’s degree at Oxford, I came down with a stomach bug. No, not a stomach bug, the mother of a… Learn more.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tJA8RRHinB8&feature=youtu.be In this video I show you how to do the "Three Thumps" technique for stress reduction and immune system boosting. Read More: Energy Clearing for Stres… Learn more.
Just relax! It’s a well intentioned piece of advice; but not a very effective one if this just adds more pressure for a person to find inner-calmness. With the hustle and bustle of today’s world and technology movi… Learn more.
At some point in our lives, it is highly likely that we will experience a period of extreme upheaval. When nothing seems to go right, or as planned. Unexpected events occur for which we are totally unprepared. Indeed, … Learn more.
Peace is one of those things that most of us try to find, yet it sometimes seems to elude us. A lot of the time, we are at fault because we don’t let peace and quiet into our lives; we check our text messages while we … Learn more.
A new study sheds light on why natural spaces in cities can help keep us healthy. Researchers found that people living in neighbourhoods with a large amount of green space, such as parks or playing fields, had lower stre… Learn more.