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People who meditate experience changes in brain structure and the results are actually amazing.
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The surprising way A-lister actress Jennifer Lawrence de-stresses.
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Heading to Whistler for fun? Add a side of health and wellness to your itinerary. We list 10 ways you can enjoy the city without any guilt.
Because you deserve it.
You wouldn’t think to use your phone to relax, be in the present and find your zen. But there are mindfulness apps that will take you away from your work email, that social media hangover and whatever else is nagging you on your phone.
Sleepless nights, panic attacks, irritability. Most of us are familiar with the typical signs of stress – but would you recognize under-the-radar symptoms, too?
You might think it’s a Daylight Savings Time hangover, an insanely busy schedule, or feeling lazier than usual, but the real reason you’re exhausted could be one of these health problems.
These three ways will add 10 years onto your life. Now, it’s just up to you what you do with the extra time you’ll have on this earth!
Follow these tips for a healthier, happier you.
We can all use these tips for a healthier relationship with our body.