A peaceful existence should be everyone’s objective, but it’s easy to forget about this goal among our daily challenges. While reaching this goal takes dedication and action, our five steps to a more peaceful existence are rewarding – and even fun – in and of themselves! Do them as part of your routine and you’ll find your life feeling much more peaceful, and your interactions with the world easier to manage.
Biofeedback training is a holistic mind-body therapy that helps us understand how thoughts, feelings, and behaviors impact our physical bodies. By measuring many body responses, including heart rate, blood pressure, breathing, brain waves, skin temperature, and muscle tension, people can learn how their physiological activity changes in the face of certain stressors. They can learn what to do to improve their health and emotional well-being.
Ketogenic dieting isn’t the newest dieting trend, but it has stuck around longer than most. Why? Because it works! Simply put, the keto diet is low in carbs, high in fat, and moderate in protein to put your body through a state known as “ketosis”. Studies have proven that ketosis a healthy way to lose weight and regain control of your health, in an all-natural way!
With a lack of sun, warmth, and fresh air, many people find themselves feeling depressed in the winter months. Beating the winter blues means overcoming some obstacles, mental health and weather-wise, but it can be done. From exercise to yoga to monatomics, follow these five tips to make sure you enter spring feeling great.
Anxiety is common in our everyday life but severe anxiety can take a huge toll on our minds and physical body. In the short term, anxiety increases your heart rate, breathing and concentrates blood flow to your brain. If short-term anxiety gets too intense you may feel lightheaded or nauseous but what about severe long-term anxiety?
The brain is one of the most important parts of our body (Obviously!), but sometimes we forget to take care of it…Our brain is the center and protection of our pineal gland. Many factors in our everyday life can affect your brain in negative ways. Alcohol, drugs, chemicals, certain foods, trauma, stress and much more can affect your brain. This can lead to mental disorders, day-to-day stress or even just simply having a headache! Meditation is a tool that we can all use.
Stress is a major problem in our modern society. The way we’ve structured our lives, from work to play, leads to a lot of anxiety, mental conditions, and unhealthy habits. It can overwhelm us completely, making even little things seem like insurmountable challenges.
It’s not just a mental problem – it’s a whole body problem. Here are some of the way stress can affect you, and how you can fight back against stress before it takes over your life!