As a natural process that does or will affect more than 50% of the world’s population, we don’t hear much about menopause. In fact, the recent State of Menopause study found that 29% of women aged 40-65 didn’t seek out information on menopause until they began experiencing symptoms. If you’re one of them you’ve come to the right place.
Feeling physically or emotionally overwhelmed? You may be experiencing burnout. Learn the signs, and what you can do to beat it so you can live the life you deserve.
Have you ever had trouble sleeping in a new place? Yeah, us too. Here’s why that happens, and what you can do about it.
If you’re a caregiver struggling with lack of motivation, sadness or sleep issues, you may be suffering from caregiver fatigue. Here’s what you can do about it.
It’s described by researchers as perhaps the most important physiological system involved in establishing and maintaining human health – a “master control system” that regulates the activity of every organ and tissue in the human body. Yet, most of us have never heard of it.
Sleep impacts every part of our health. That’s why we feel our best when we’re well-rested, and why we may suffer from mood swings, poor balance, lack of focus, and more when we’re not. Prioritizing good, restorative sleep is a crucial component of our overall health and wellness. In a previous post, we discussed the benefits of sleep, signs you are or aren’t getting enough, and some ideas about how to improve your sleep quality. In this post, we’re diving deeper into one improvement opportunity: sleep hygiene.
We spoke with Good Day Chicago on Fox about how to boost your mood by hacking your brain’s “happy hormones”. Watch now From the…
It may seem odd to learn that scientists don’t fully understand why we sleep. But I’m sure you know from experience that sleeping – or not sleeping – has a huge impact on our overall health and wellness. According to the CDC, up to 30% of adults aren’t getting the sleep they need. If you’re one of them, read on…
Happiness doesn’t have to be elusive. In fact, attaining a happy, positive state-of-mind can be as easy as holding someone’s hand or doing a favor for someone you love.
But stress eating – a cycle of overeating that coincides with high amounts of stress and is usually followed by a period of shame or worry, that often fuel subsequent cycles – takes its toll on your mental health and physical health. Here are some ways to break the cycle and get the energy your crave.