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Next time anger, disappointment, fear, or anxiety threaten your mood, take a pause. Then, take a few minutes to try one of these research-based methods for retraining your mind to stress less.
Maybe you’ve wondered about meditation. Or maybe you think there’s just no time for that. But if you can close your eyes for 60 seconds, you can try the transforming practice of “yes.”
Just imagining a stressful event or situation may make your heart beat faster, your palms sweat and your mind kick into high-alert mode. But what if that stress response isn’t always bad? What if it can actually be beneficial? And what if there is actually a difference between a good stressor and bad stressor? Researchers are finding that there is more to the story than you might expect from all the bad press about stress.
Ever wondered whether it’s better to see the glass as half empty or half full? There’s a growing body of research that has your answer...
Don’t even have 10 minutes? Well good news, you don't even need that to give your energy levels a little spike. Check out 15 ways to boost your energy in 5 minutes or less.
The way you think affects how you feel. What does that even mean, and how does the mind-body connection affect overall health and wellness?
The first step to dealing with stress is knowing what causes it. It’s not the same for everyone, and it might not be as obvious as you think.