Research suggests that emotional intelligence (EI) supports superior coping abilities and helps people deal with chronic stress and prevent burnout. Stress and burnout are not the same thing. While we know that stress often leads to burnout, it's possible to handle...
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Your 24-hour circadian rhythm is the primary factor that determines your sleep and wake cycle. Alongside your circadian rhythm is a complementary sleep pressure system in your brain. This system is especially susceptible to being disrupted by caffeine. If...
In search of better sleep? Consider meditation. Through decades of scientific study, researchers have found this ancient practice improves sleep.
With meditation, you can train your mind to more easily enter a relaxed state.
Most people have experienced the effects of a good night’s sleep on your body’s ability to fight a sickness. When it comes to your health, sleep is your armour.
The clever team a examine.com have put together a super article fully referenced about the 5 best foods to boost your mood. I thought I wold share as this is great stuff which links into the whole food diet being so important and keeping your levels of certain vitamins and minerals topped up for more than just function but mood – I think I need some more magnesium!
In my humble opinion ENERGY truly is the currency of health.
We can save it, we can spend it, we can give it away or we can create it…..are there more options?
There really isn’t anything that replaces the real thing but there are strategies we can deploy to help our bodies and minds recover and restore even when those elusive Zed’s are hard to capture in the usual way of a good nights sleep.
What a great TV programme highlighting the fact that our guts play a far bigger role in our health than we ever thought. Even to the degree that our gut health may be having an impact on our ability to lose weight and keep it off. Here’s a highlight if you missed the show, click on the video to the right.
You may remember my Rich’s Rant around this time last year. I was sending the message about how to keep yourself from being hit by the winter ills like a cold or god forbid the full on flu which if you’ve had it you’ll know it stops you and puts you in bed!
Practicing regular deep diaphragmatic or belly breathing has many health benefits, and is one of the hidden keys to optimum wellness.· In fact, people who practice deep belly breathing as little as 10 minutes a day have a much less chance of developing cancer and heart disease, handle stress more effectively and generally have better overall health and well-being.·