It’s hardly the time to put your head in the sand about what’s going on in the world. But you can still be informed without being pummeled by a punishing news cycle. In fact, it’s actually healthier to keep a news obsession at bay.
From a how-to guide to meditation to the benefits of stress-baking, explore these scientifically proven, stress-busting strategies. Take a deep breath (see, you’re starting already!) and get your calm on.
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All those “Friends” or “Golden Girls” reruns help us feel calm in an increasingly anxious world.
Psychology research suggests that tending to a garden can have an almost magical effect, even changing the passage of time.
When yoga doesn’t cut it, a box of crayons does.
We are spending more time indoors and online. But recent studies suggest that nature can help our brains and bodies to stay healthy.
You’re not the only one who finds #quarantinebaking so soothing. Turns out, it has a lot to do with the neuroscience of mindful meditation.
“The quality of the choices you make in regards to the foods you eat will absolutely determine the quality of your energy, your health, and your body’s ability to ward off stress.”
Visiting a sento is a popular, age-old Japanese practice and tradition. And like forest bathing, it has many health benefits.
Here’s everything we know about how pets affect your mood.
Some of the same technologies that stress us out can actually help us calm down.
The joys of a toy as tactile as slime are particularly useful today, when so much play is mediated through screens.
Thinking of going on a social media cleanse? Here’s what you need to know.