Jessica Baron

Dr. Jessica Baron has a PhD in history and philosophy of science, with a specialization in the history of public health. A former university instructor and science outreach specialist, she is now a full-time writer and consultant specializing in science, technology, health ethics, and both the history and future of wellness.

Jessica Baron

What to Expect When You’re in Love With an Empath

Loving an empath—who may be more sensitive to confrontation, more introverted, a…

What Does It Mean to Be a True Empath?

Empathetic people's hearts go out to others. True empaths feel others’ happiness…

Chronic Breath-Holding and How to Let It Go

Poor ergonomics can impair breath, while anger, pain, and frustration stemming …

The Sleep-Tech Boom: Can We Measure, Map, and Hack Our Way to Better Zs?

When it comes to improving sleep, do measuring apps and biohacks help or hinder?…

Can Spiritual Sleep Help You Learn, Heal, and Reach Your Full Potential?

Through dream incubation, yoga nidra, or a general meditative practice, spiritua…

To Breathe Perchance to Dream

How Breathwork Can Help You Get a Good Night’s Sleep

4 Ayurvedic Herbs for Hair

Like superfood for your mane: stimulate growth, relieve and exfoliate the scalp,…

8 Herbs for Ayurvedic Skincare

In ancient Ayurvedic texts, the Sanskrit word used for dermatological issues—kuṣ…

Balance & Boost: 4 Ayurvedic Herbs for Immunity

Ayurveda is about balance and treating the whole body for optimal mental and phy…