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man on couch suffering stomach pain
Did you know that stress can directly affect your digestive system? Learn about the connection between your brain and gut, and the ways to combat the negative effects of letting stress run your life.Read More
man hiking meditation in mountain
There is power in nature. Generally undisrupted by modern conveniences, nature offers a respite from the hustle and bustle of your daily life. By spending intentional time in nature, you can walk away feeling refreshed and with a renewed sense of clarity and purpose.Read More
man and woman talking
What does it take to have a healthy debate on controversial topics? It may feel impossible—that the world is just too divided—but here are some tips to help you cultivate awareness, practice patience and love, and learn to understand another person’s view.Read More
Granddaughter taking care of her grandfather at home
Caregiver burnout can be a serious issue. While caring for a loved one can be rewarding on so many levels, it can also take a mental and physical toll on you due to the immensely stressful demands of the caretaker’s role. Here are some tips for self-care.Read More
Peaceful woman enjoying the sunset
Many of us get so absorbed in our thoughts that we go through life on autopilot. Here are five ways to bring you back to the present.Read More
A man suffering from insomnia in bed
There are an estimated 50 to 70 million U.S. adults who experience some type of sleep loss or sleep disorder. If you fall into this category, try adopting mind-body practices to achieve natural, restorative sleep.Read More
woman uncertain sitting on kitchen counter
Letting doubt and uncertainty hijack your life doesn’t allow you to step into the freedom of your true self. Instead of letting negativity win, use your inner power and the love of others to fight back.Read More
Two glass bowl of yogurt topped with berries on a wooden table
Your mood can be affected by thought patterns, chemical imbalances, and sleep quality. But what about your gut? While you may not think it’s a vital contributor to how you feel, research is increasingly suggesting that perhaps you should.Read More

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