Tips to Reduce Stress

Best Drug-Free Ways to Curb Emotional Eating
Are you like me? When you get stressed or depressed, do you reach for the bad stuff: chips, ice cream, donuts? Is it like your appetite is out of control? While this kind of emotional eating may provide fleeting moments of relief, it can be devastati... Read More
Does Stress Affect Heart Health?
If you have a lot of stress in your life or spend a lot of time worrying, there’s something I need to tell you: don’t sweat the small stuff. Although your heart and brain serve two totally different functions, are located in different parts of yo... Read More
Money Problems May Be the Source of Your Pain
Money problems can (literally) be a pain in the neck. Think about it: We know that stress can manifest itself as physical pain, but did you ever think that the source of that stress is coming from your wallet? Financial insecurity is a major cause of... Read More
Losing a Parent Makes Children More Likely to Commit Suicide Later in Life, Study Finds
Children who lose their parents are more likely to commit suicide later on in their lives, according to a new study. While it has long been known that children whose parents committed suicide are at an increased risk of also committing suicide, the n... Read More
Tai Chi Reduces Inflammation: Can It Prevent Cancer, Stroke & Heart Disease?
Let’s face it; we’re all aging. We all experience this inevitable part of life every day through common ailments such as stress, insomnia, and joint pain. But what if I told you there was something you could do to treat all of them at once…... Read More
Stress the Root Cause of Your Cold-Like Symptoms?
Can stress be the root cause of your cold symptoms? Daylight Saving Time officially ended this past Sunday and grogginess and fatigue are common side effects. Having said that, with a week nearly having passed, you should be feeling back to normal ... Read More
Stress During Childhood May Raise Risk for Diabetes and Heart Disease in Adulthood
According to a new study published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology, children who experience high levels of stress may be more likely to develop diabetes and heart disease during adulthood. Previous studies have already establishe... Read More
Study Reveals Work Stress Damages Health Just as Much as Secondhand Smoke Exposure
According to new research published in the journal Behavioral Science & Policy Association, work stress damages our health just as much as exposure to secondhand cigarette smoke. The study, conducted by researchers from Harvard Business School in... Read More
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