Your hearing isn’t necessarily something you think about everyday, but certain habits can cause it to be damaged. Learn about the science on how loud noises like music and concerts affect your ears.
We all know that doctors can prescribe medication to decrease anxiety, but misuse and side effects are far from desirable. Luckily, there are many researched options for supplements that could help us reduce anxiety in a much more natural way.
Nobody comes out of a workout wishing they hadn’t done it. Learn what the science has to say about the impact exercise can have on reducing your stress and anxiety.
Everyone is dealing with anxiety and stress to some degree. No matter how severe, meditation can act as a free and practical way to help manage our mental health.
Many of us are struggling with overwhelming stress and anxiety without an effective way to cope. Journaling is a proven way to help that can be done by anybody. This is part one of a series on reducing stress and anxiety.
Critically evaluating new studies is necessary if you want to determine what is true and what isn’t. The study discussed here is a perfect example of why you can’t just read the headlines.
I was compelled to learn more after listening to Chris Holder, Head Strength and Conditioning Coach at Cal Poly in California talk about qigong and the potential benefits to strength training. For the record, Chris Holder holds a doctorate in Medical Qigong (DMQ-China). He also works with athletes from the NFL, MLB, and NBA. Chris speaks of a study in which he co-authored, showing athletes who participated in a 6-week qigong practice (15 minutes a day) along with weight lifting achieved greater strength gains
Moving to a city can improve your quality of life in many ways, but as a consequence of living in an urban environment, there is an imminent health risk that often goes unaddressed.