Where will you live when you’re 80? For a lot of retirees, the answer to that question is NORCs. What they are and what they do.
Stress literally changes who we are. That’s why it’s key to understand how to bring calm into our lives, anticipate stressful triggers and, when possible, avoid them.
Could your phone be the key to calm? Some people believe you need to get far away from the beeping and buzzing to reap the benefits of meditation, but with the help of free meditation apps, I think technology can be helpful in your quest for a little rest and relaxation. Meditation apps make it possible to slow down and check in with yourself anytime, anywhere. They’re easy to use, even if you’re a beginner. Here are four popular picks I’ve tried, that I think are worth trying. Stop, Breathe & Think If you’re new to meditation, this might be the app for you. Stop, Breath & Think teaches you about how stress impacts your body and mind, what mindfulness meditation is and how it can help you feel better. Once you’ve got the basics down, you can choose from 30 short meditations. Mark each one as you try it to track your progress and stay motivated. Stop, Breathe & Think is available for iPhone® and Android® at stopbreathethink.com. Aura Aura’s offerings are short, sweet …
Diaries aren’t just places for teens to write about their latest crush. Journaling can relieve stress and anxiety in adults too. Read for steps on how to get started.
Most of us get stressed out when we’re under pressure. And for children and teens dealing with academic anxiety, this stress can have a real impact on their daily life. Here’s how to help your child.
Need some help getting more sleep, managing your stress or increasing your productivity? There’s an app for that! Check out this list of apps that could help you improve your health.
Here’s some tips to help you deal with anxiety about everything from what your kids are eating and what they’re watching on TV to larger safety concerns.
Ever wish you could get away from all the noise, even for just an hour? Floatation therapy, an emerging trend in alternative medicine, could be the answer.
The benefits of coloring now extend past the preschool set into adulthood. What may initially seem like a simple pastime is actually regarded as a highly relaxing, social, creative and meditative activity.
Learning to play an instrument does more for you than just gaining a new skill or hobby. It can also improve your health.