Do you “binge-watch” the latest episodes of made-for-television dramas and comedies like House of Cards, Breaking Bad, and The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt?
Then get ready for a TEDx Manhattan event that might also leave you glued to your iPad for hours…or even breaking out a dance step or two.
“Changing the Way We Eat” speaks to how we can tweak our food system for the better—and you know something?
It is pretty clear that lifestyles incorporating preventative measures—eating a healthy diet, exercising, reducing stress, etc.—can help reduce risk (and, obviously, provide us with a number of other health benefits)—yet recent research might suggest that incidences of cancer may strike more randomly than we originally thought.
Fall has arrived, and most parts of the country are spending more time indoors.
Keeping our personal wellness in mind, we might adjust our exercise regime and spend more time in the gym as opposed to outside, and we may turn our nutritional focus to cold-hearty fresh greens and long-lasting winter squashes…
But what about our homes?
Walking to work last Monday, I was not in a good mood, but not quite in a bad mood.
Then I passed a woman who looked absolutely miserable.
Seeing her made me think about something that Thich Nhat Hahn, a Vietnamese Buddhist monk who was nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize by the Rev. Martin Luther King, once said.Continue reading
I’m hiking at almost 8,000 feet, an elevation that is straining my east coast sea-level lungs.
We’re at a brisk pace and I should be doubled over, but the conversation and the scenery are working hard to distract me—and they are doing their job well.
We are in majestic Yosemite National Park where the mountains rise from the valley like ancient deities and the ecology and geology are one of the most dramatic displays of the natural world I’ve ever seen.Continue reading
Meditation is usually considered a solitary practice. Picture a crossed-legged person with their eyes closed sitting alone in a quiet sunlit room with a look of utter serenity on their face.
It’s a beautiful image.
How many of us (perhaps via well-intentioned New Year’s resolutions) have promised ourselves that we will develop our own mediation practice?Continue reading
It’s the time of year when colds and flu often mean staying home from work. But it’s not as simple as that: a general lack of wellness has become a huge concern in the workplace.
Released by the Global Wellness Institute, “The Future of Wellness at Work” assesses the “rising epidemic of an unwell workforce,” how it impacts our country, what the future health of our workforce will look like, and how wellness initiatives will integrate into the workplace—and possibly save the day.Continue reading
Hello, welcome to my honest review of the Resurge supplement.
I use health supplements and I buy a few regularly because I don’t want to leave my health to chance.
So you can imagine why I am keen on health products.
Also, maybe the little idea I have about how our body works and how its components are nurtured by nutrients fascinated me from my knowledge of elementary biochemistry.
Normally, many people are inactive because of the nature of jobs that require sitting long hours.
After working long hours, many don’t have enough time to exercise. These conditions go on to affect our hormonal balance and the normal biological processes in our bodies.
Sedentary lifestyle plus junk foods makes a very bad combination for our health.
Also, with the stay-at-home season in most countries of the world due to the coronavirus disease outbreak, it is wise for us to watch out for excess weight gain.Continue reading
Regardless of age, every girl desires to look better and have good overall health.
While it may not be easy to follow a strict nutritious regimen, it’s essential to find ways on how you can improve your well-being.
This means keeping fit and eating nutritious foods. You also need to avoid stress by ensuring you surround yourself with positive people.
Continue reading on for more wellness tips every girl should know. If you want to know more, you can get more things to ask girls on Sociotelligence.Continue reading
The typical New Year’s Resolution List ranges from vowing to exercise and starting a garden to writing in your diary and cleaning the garage…
It goes on, but you get the idea: we tend to be hyper-idealistic when we are in our relaxed-winter-vacation-state of mind setting our goals for the next year.Continue reading