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On-Demand Relaxation With This Stress Relief Pressure Point

Relaxation is incredibly important, especially on the most stressful, busiest days. In fact, the days when you don’t have time for relaxation is when you probably need it the most. If you’re in need of an easy, discreet way to relax and gain some energ ...

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How Stress Affects Children's Health and What You Can Do to Protect Them

When you hear about stress, you often think about adults and the rigors of daily life. You may think about common adult problems that can become serious stressors. These include family, career, health, finances, relationships, and many others. However, ...

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Stress, Anxiety and Gut Health

It may seem far fetched that stress, anxiety and gut health are related. Knowledge concerning how the brain and gut interact has significantly increased. Good gut health results in good brain health through the gut-brain axis. Recent studies have also ...

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Easy Sound Cleansing Techniques To Try At Home

Have you ever noticed how certain music affects your mood? Certain upbeat music may find you singing into your spatula while cooking, while the soothing strains of a violin may see you lay back in your favorite armchair, eyes closed, and your worries s ...

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Workplace Habits That Can Harm Your Health

An average person spends about half of their waking hours at work. So, this is why developing great workplace habits is so important. These good habits include best practices such as good time and stress management. The modern workplace is usually stre ...

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Transcranial Low-Level Laser Therapy: A Promising Approach to Brain Healing

Your brain controls most of the systems in your body that maintain life. Therefore, it is important for the brain to function at its highest potential. This particular organ also becomes the target of many acute and chronic conditions. Traumatic events ...

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Why Cooking as a Family Is Worth the Effort

Until not so long ago, cooking as a family was not unusual. Extended families lived together, the oldest family member was often in charge of food preparation, and many girls learned tricks for cooking delicious meals from their grandmothers. In cultur ...

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Stress and Other Factors in Childhood Obesity

Childhood obesity is a growing problem in the modern world, and its source is a tangled mix of social and personal factors. Children who are overweight may face a variety of health problems as well as mental and emotional stress. Understanding the caus ...

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Empathy Leading To Fatigue: The Science Behind It, And How To Manage It

Many things lead to fatigue. Stress from your working environment or a relationship may cause you to feel tired and drained. But, simply having to pay attention to your family and/or friends during a get-together or over the holidays could also cause a ...

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How to Take the Stress Out of Family Conflicts

Family can be an amazing source of help, support, and affection. They can help you get through the hard times and celebrate with you during the good times. However, they can also be a source of incredible stress. Family conflicts are unfortunately one ...

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