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Fall asleep faster with mental tricks that calm your racing mind

By Sandee LaMotte, CNN You are exhausted, your body is yawning to sleep. Yet once your head hits the pillow, your mind is flooded with worry, making sleep elusive, sometimes impossible. Don’t worry, experts say: there are relaxation techniques you can use to calm that racing spirit. “Think of these …

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Mindfulness meditation can reduce guilt, leading to unintended negative social consequences

Press Releases March 3, 2022 Mindfulness meditation can reduce guilt, leading to unintended negative social consequences, according to a UW study.Andrew Haimerl/Unsplash Mindfulness meditation is a stress management practice with an ancient lineage that cultivates nonjudgmental awareness of the present moment, often by bringing attention to the physical sensations of …

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How to get back to exercising after having Covid-19

While most people who catch Covid-19 have mild symptoms, many report feeling short of breath and sluggish for weeks afterwards. “It’s normal to feel tired after a viral infection, and everyone’s recovery is different,” says Janet Bondarenko, senior respiratory physiotherapist at Melbourne’s Alfred Hospital. “But the severity of your Covid …

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Holistic wellness company RoundGlass launches “Living” app

Previous story: Ambuja Cement Foundation Awarded “Best Project Implementing Agency” by NABARD Holistic wellness company RoundGlass launches “Living” app Posted on February 23, 2022 RoundGlass, a global organization with a mission to democratize holistic wellness for the world, has launched the RoundGlass Living app for those seeking wellness. Coming at …

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How to exercise after contracting Covid: “It is essential to control stress”

The Omicron variant of the coronavirus has caused an avalanche of cases in recent months. While most people who catch the disease have mild symptoms, many report feeling short of breath and sluggish for weeks. “It’s normal to feel tired after a viral infection, and everyone’s recovery is different,” says …

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Behavioral Wellness Brings Community Meditation App to Soothe Mental Health | Good for Santa Barbara

Posted on February 20, 2022 | 09:00 Santa Barbara County Department of Behavioral Wellness [email protected] joined a statewide collaborative project administered by the California Mental Health Services Authority to offer free Headspace meditation apps to the community, available in English and Spanish. Headspace is a technology application created “to improve …

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Work on your well-being: Five resources for success Redbird – News

Illinois State students reported that stress and anxiety were two of the biggest factors affecting their academic performance. Fortunately, the University’s Health and Wellness Promotion Unit offers several resources to improve Redbirds’ sense of well-being. Jim Almeda From coaching sessions to deep breathing meditation, Promoting Health and Wellness helps students …

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How to match strains and styles of meditation

If you’re a stoner or part-time lover, chances are you’ve been meditating with weed without even realizing it. Maybe you got too high, so you spent 10 minutes focusing on your breathing and telling yourself, “I’m fine, I’m fine, I’m fine,” until you actually are. . Or, while you were …

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You cannot outrun your fork; but that doesn’t mean exercise can’t help you lose weight or change your diet

Every January, millions of people make New Year’s resolutions lose weight or eat healthier, if not both. To achieve this goal, many people will start intense exercise programs too soon that incorporate too much exercise, resulting in physical exhaustion or injury. Overtraining can actually prevent you from losing weight. As …

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Royal Navy partners with health app Headspace to help stressed sailors and Marines relax

Starting today, senior service staff can now access the popular wellness app, Headspace, for free. The agreement will also benefit some 3,000 seafaring families, the navy reserve force, Royal Fleet Auxiliary personnel and naval officials. The arrangement follows the work of the Royal Navy Health and Wellness team to partner …

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You can’t go over your range, but that doesn’t mean exercise can’t help you lose weight or change your diet.

You can’t exercise without a bad diet. Credit: Shutterstock Each January, millions of people make a New Year’s resolution to lose weight or eat healthier, or both. To achieve this goal, many people will undertake strenuous exercise programs that incorporate too much exercise too soon, resulting in fitness exhaustion or …

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8 mindfulness apps to help you improve your focus and meditate

Most of us lead very busy lives. Whether it’s work, school, or personal life, it seems like we always have something to do. Even our devices, which help us stay connected to the people we care about most, often make us even more stressed. Fortunately, your devices can also help …

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Exercise, Good Food, Meditation: Alternatives to ADHD Medication

Source: Photo by William Choquette from Pexels Are you battling the symptoms of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)? Call the doctor; get more drugs. To the right? Not necessarily. In fact, recent research findings expand the arsenal of behavioral and lifestyle strategies that patients can use to manage this chronic …

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Meditation Can Help You Make Fewer Mistakes, Study Finds

If you’re forgetful or make mistakes when in a rush, new research suggests that meditation may help you become less error-prone. Researchers at Michigan State University tested how open surveillance meditation altered brain activity in ways that suggested increased recognition of errors. The study, published in Brain Sciences, tested how …

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Stroke can be triggered by anger, exercising in the hour before

What triggers a stroke? The answer has been elusive, but a new study offers clues as to what many survivors went through shortly before their stroke. Anger or emotional turmoil was common in the hour before symptoms appeared and was associated with all types of stroke, researchers wrote this month …

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Study Finds Meditation Increases Recognition Of Mistakes

ANI | Update: November 28, 2021 12:43 PM STI Michigan [US], Nov. 28 (ANI): A recent study from Michigan State University found that if you forget or make a lot of mistakes, meditation is the answer to your problems.The research has been published in the ‘Brain Sciences Journal’.Researchers tested how …

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Mindfulness Therapy App Helps Caregivers With Alzheimer’s Disease Cope With Stress, Study Finds

Those caring for someone with Alzheimer’s disease or other cognitive impairments may themselves experience anxiety and depression because of this overwhelming responsibility. Rutgers researchers have found that mindfulness therapy, accessible through the Mindfulness Coach app, can help. The app offers education, guided meditation and mindfulness exercises. Study author Elissa Kozlov …

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Album review: Lazerbeak – Cameron

Madeleine Thézan November 2, 2021 – 9:00 a.m. Take a moment to find peace with the latest version of Lazerbeak In his announcement for his new album Cameron, Aaron Mader, known as Lazerbeak, mentions that he wanted “[thread the lines]”Serene, meditative energy with the “crazy and chaotic energy” of her …

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Moods change like the weather | Columns

The human brain seems to have a natural tendency to remember negative experiences more than positive interactions. Psychologists call this negativity bias. “Our brains are wired to look for the wrong things and focus on the threat,” says Rick Hanson, Ph.D., psychologist, senior fellow of the Greater Good Science Center …

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