Tag: stress reduction

I have always loved journaling. However, as I got older, I stopped incorporating it into my daily routine. I had pushed away the necessary tools to overcome my ...

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When your workday is done, what do you do to unwind and let go of the stress from the day? Relaxing at the end of the day can be helpful, especially if you ...

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Self-care doesn’t always come easy to everyone. Stressful careers, family responsibilities, and personal issues can dominate thoughts and actions each day. As ...

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This Thursday, November 25th marks Thanksgiving in the USA; an age-old celebration of the pilgrims' voyage to America. The holiday is not just about turkey and ...

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Our bodies are a complex system of muscles, organs and joints that work in perfect synergy which enable us to carry out daily activities as we navigate through ...

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As the significance of mental well-being begins to be recognised as equal to our physical well-being, you may ask yourself “how do I keep my mind healthy?” ...

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The health of your gut can have a huge knock-on effect on the rest of your health and wellbeing. When your gut is unhealthy, it’s not uncommon to suffer from ...

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Familiar with the term Reiki? You might have come across it, in movies or in wellness publications perhaps. It’s an energy healing process and people who face ...

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Losing weight is never easy. One common dilemma that people face is the temptation to overeat while trying to lose weight. This has led to the development of ...

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Rhodiola Rosea is also known as Arctic Root or Golden Root. It grows naturally at high altitudes and can be found in Britain, Asia and North America. It is ...

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Kratom or 'Mitragyna speciosa' is a Southeast Asian evergreen tree belonging to the coffee family. It is indigenous to Papua New Guinea, Thailand, Indonesia, ...

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Brahmi, also known as waterhyssop and bacopa monnieri, is a non-aromatic perennial herb originating from the wetlands of Australia, Europe, Africa, south east ...

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Lung capacity is the maximum amount of oxygen your body is able to use and research indicates that this is the best predictor of overall health and longevity. ...

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Though generally considered to be a typical Indian spice, the Indonesian-originated clove is not only an enticingly aromatic addition to masala tea or biryani, ...

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Stress is almost an indistinguishable part of the matrix of modern living so it’s important that you develop mechanisms for coping with it properly. ‘Stress’ ...

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