On this episode, I talk about how meditation takes courage, a navy seal boot camp drill, and my recent struggles with anxiety.
Health & Wellness
Using sleep deprivation to lift people out of severe depression may seem counterintuitive, but for some people, it’s the only thing that works. Linda Geddes reports.
Does trauma from your past hang around your body like an anchor, causing you to struggle to move forward?
Lowering the pressures of soccer balls and subbing them out when they get wet could reduce risk of injury and concussions, a new study shows.
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Why people feel grand and small at the very same time
Perseverance and resilience are needed every minute to assist your healing.
For black youth, a police encounter by eighth grade predicts they will be arrested by young adulthood, but research finds the same is not true for white youth.
Everyone can help prevent excessive alcohol use. Learn how you can take action.
How it can be dangerous.
“In public health, we’ve seen the battle before, but you typically have the time to build your evidence, research showing that this really does save lives,” Larson said. “In the middle of a pandemic, you have no time.”
Hey, there. Do you know how to do a DIY haircut? If not, it’s about time you started working on that. Here’s how I mastered the art of cutting my own hair at home during a lockdown.
I was curious about sensory deprivation tanks, or “floating” as they say here in LA so I found a place nearby and scheduled an appointment.
Aging doesn’t have to mean the end for fun or happiness in your life.
Stress can make it difficult to control your blood glucose level.
Hang on, leaders: 2021 plans to be a wild ride. If you’re to operate at the top of your game, Ed Hess says you need to cultivate inner peace. Here are a few tips for getting started.