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The ancient practice of yoga can strengthen your muscles and your mind. But if you’re dealing with clinical depression or anxiety, you may not want to put all your eggs on one…yoga mat. There’s not enough evidence to recommend it as a stand-alone treatment for clinical mental health conditions. T ... Read more

When the sun breaks through after a long stretch of overcast skies, you can almost hear a collective “hallelujah!” As for the dark clouds of depression, they sometimes feel like they may stay forever. But new research offers hope. Nearly 40 percent of adults who experienced an episode of major de ... Read more
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Feeling tired? A bit down? Lacking energy? It may be your circadian rhythms. Your circadian rhythms, which are responsible for synchronizing your internal clock to 24 hours, influence sleep-wake cycles, hormone release, body temperature and other important bodily functions. While produced natur ... Read more
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Expose yourself to more awe-inspiring moments. Being in awe can enhance emotional well-being. Researchers found that jaw-dropping moments, like looking at the Grand Canyon or witnessing a gorgeous sunset, made study volunteers feel like they had more time available and made them more patient, les ... Read more

Think your levels of happiness and well-being are set in stone? Research shows that meditating for as little as eight weeks can help downshift levels of anxiety and negativity while increasing one’s positivity. This slight attitude adjustment can help people cope better when dealing with stress ... Read more

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