Entries tagged with “Mental Health”
Exploring how an irritable mind affects an irritable bowel does not imply IBS symptoms are not real. It means that in IBS, and many other conditions, the mind-body connection can create real symptoms—and can be used to bring real healing.
Whether you are doing a Dry January or committing to an alcohol-free month any time, here are 10 affirmations to support your decision to take a break from alcohol.
In their emotionally connected presence, pets can be a powerful ally for optimal mental health.
Give yourself the time you need to succeed.
Turn your smartphone into a tiny health coach with these apps for better nutrition, mindfulness, and gratitude.
Could the Peloton bike ad be sort of okay when viewed through a different lens?
Nature provides a welcome respite from the chaos of the modern world. Seeking out the solace found in the natural world can offer a path out of feeling hopeless.
Eating disorders almost never stop talking to us, whispering in our ear. Here are the lies they tell us.
Frog venom, really? Well, here are some of the health and wellness trends that should be on your radar for 2021.
Consuming cocoa flavanols daily was shown to increase attention, verbal fluency, working memory tasks, and cognitive processing.
Diagnosed with breast cancer, Susan Kapadia needed more support than her family—or her small community—could provide.
“We do not get to choose what feelings arise or how intensely we feel them. Our only choice is in how we relate to them.”
S&H caught up with journalist Andrea Petersen, author of On Edge: A Journey through Anxiety
Capture: Unraveling the Mystery of Mental SufferingBy David A. Kessler, MDHarperWaveWho hasn’t wished they could control the anger, grief, and anxiety that lead to actions tha…
A Monk, a Philosopher, and a Psychiatrist on What Matters Most
The More of LessFinding the Life You Want Under Everything You OwnBy Joshua BeckerWaterBrook PressUnder that heap of mail there’s a kitchen counter. Buried behind the shovels …
UpsideThe New Science of Post-Traumatic GrowthBy Jim RendonTOUCHSTONEIf you’re feeling sorry for yourself about something minor—let’s say you’re in the second week of a wicked cold…
Take a look at these 4 stories for optimal brain health and how to provide nourishment, stimulation and exercise to keep your brain healthy and strong.
A guided meditation to sharpen the mind.
Empathy and non-judgment lie at the heart of the therapeutic experience. “Strength and brokenness are not opposites.”