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Thursday, October 19, 2017
stress

This Popular App Uses AI to Feed You Personalized Meditations

We’re all looking for a way to decompress and level out the daily stresses. With a host of app services aimed at soothing your soul flooding the market, Aura Premium is already distinguishing itself in this exploding field. Find out why with a lifetime subscription to this in-demand service for over 80 percent off — […]

June 28, 2017
desk

5 Desk Upgrades That Will Seriously Improve The 9-To-5

If you spend a major portion of your life at work, the National Memo Store has you covered with this collection of fun accessories and time-saving items aimed at making your desk as much “your place” as a piece of office furniture can be.

April 28, 2017
Working straight through the day without a break can lead to higher levels of stress, mental fatigue, physical exhaustion and eventually burnout.

Skipping Lunch? Your Doctor Wants You To Think Again

The lunch break at work is becoming a relic of the past — a trend some doctors warn is making us unhealthy.

February 2, 2016

From Potentially Toxic Plants To Ladder Safety, Here Are Some Ways To Help You Make It Through The Holidays

Visiting relatives and overindulging can make for stressful holidays. You made it through Thanksgiving; now here are seven tips to get you through the rest of the season safely and comfortably and with the same pants size.

December 11, 2015

The Underlying Issues Of The Term ‘Burnout’

Burnout is a blanket term that can obscure other real issues that should be addressed, or better yet prevented.

October 28, 2015
meditation

Meditate For Success

Suppose meditation helps us better focus our attention. Wouldn’t that make us more useful worker bees?

June 25, 2015

Meditation Could Be The Key To Your Stress Problems

“The biggest misconception is that we don’t have time to meditate. The truth is we don’t have time not to.”

April 8, 2015

Stress Reaction May Be In Your Dad’s DNA, Study Finds

A study published in Nature Communications journal found that mice who were purposefully stressed before reproducing had offspring that were more resilient.

November 19, 2014

Choosing The Best Carry-On Bag

In the decades since air travel became commonplace, it has gone from being an adventure, to a pleasure, to the anxiety-attack inducing pain-in-the-butt experience we know today. Long gone are the days of airports as jumping off points to exciting places. Today, we are all too familiar with them as just an unpleasant waypoint between […]

September 4, 2014

Relationships: Anxiety Reduction Techniques

By Barton Goldsmith, McClatchy-Tribune News Service When you are feeling anxious, there are a number of things you can do to decrease the tension and get back to life as you know it. Remember that you can feel panic even if the source of your anxiety is not immediately present, because sometimes stress just floats out […]

June 18, 2014

Study Confirms Teens Are Just As Stressed Out As Adults

By Nicole Villalpando, Austin American-Statesman Last month, the American Psychological Association announced the results of a study on stress in America. They asked the question: Are teens adopting the stress habits of adults? Teens actually reported that their stress level was higher than adults, 5.8 for teens versus 5.1 for adults on a 10-point schedule. […]

March 24, 2014

Stress Makes Headaches Last Longer, Study Finds

By Karen Kaplan, Los Angeles Times Stress is known to trigger headaches. Now it gets worse: Researchers have found that the more intense a person’s stress, the more time he or she will spend in pain. The findings are based on data from the German Headache Consortium Study. Researchers interviewed 5,159 adults about their headache […]

February 19, 2014