ANXIETY MANAGEMENT

Earlier this month, we held the first inaugural Strong Women Wellbeing Summit in partnership with Fitbit. The theme? How to thrive in an uncertain world. ‘Oh, how pertinent,’ I hear you thinking. Well, we might not be able to control the rate of inflation, the goings on in Westminster or the war-hungry antics of certain […]

Introduction Waking up with a headache can be a frustrating and uncomfortable experience. There are many potential causes for this issue, ranging from simple dehydration to more serious underlying medical conditions. Understanding why you are experiencing headaches upon waking up can help you find a solution and get some much-needed relief. Dehydration Dehydration is a […]

Image Source : FREEPIK Tips to boost the mental and physical health of your family A healthy mind is vital for general well-being and life satisfaction. Changing to a healthy way of living is the key to making significant improvements in our life. The positive impacts on mental health will persist even after our physical health […]

Some things just happen in life which we have no control over. We didn’t ask for it, we didn’t deserve it, we didn’t anticipate it. In those very moments, having a close support network, be it friends or family, is crucial. Easier to navigate a boat on a rough sea when you have someone helping […]

Whether you’re driving the children to after-school clubs, trying to become a partner at a major law firm or both, it’s hard to find people who don’t consider themselves super-busy. Even retirees complain of having too much to do. But the dark side to our increasingly frenetic pace of life is the amount of stress […]

Melis Yilmaz Balban is part or a researcher team at Stanford University that studied several different types of stress reduction techniques. They found that people who engage in cyclic sighing breathing exercises see a greater reduction in stress than those engaging in mindfulness meditation. Graphical abstract. Photo: Cell Reports Medicine (2023). DOI: 10.1016/j.xcrm.2022.100895 Embed Share […]

The breath is the first act we perform when we are born and the last when we leave. To live to be 80 is to perform over half a billion breaths considering that we make about 20 thousand a day. Breathing is such a simple and automatic behavior that one takes it for granted. Yet […]

PRESS RELEASE Published January 27, 2023 Pocatello, ID – Over the past few years, rapid advances in medicine, progressive specialization, and technology have allowed individuals to see more disconnected and fragmented parts of a whole, with very few medical professionals taking a holistic patient-centered approach. Integrated Counseling and Wellness believes in reconnecting the disparate parts […]

Recovering from Plastic Surgery: Tips for Staying Active and Healthy Recovering from Plastic Surgery: Tips for Staying Active and Healthy : Recovering from plastic surgery can be a complicated process. But following the proper steps can help you recover quickly and safely. Staying active and healthy ensures a speedy recovery and avoids potential complications. This blog […]

Grounding techniques are ways of calming yourself down by creating a connection to the here and now. It literally means to “ground” and anchor yourself to the concreteness of the present. Before we can talk about the value of grounding techniques, we need to understand anxiety and its role in our lives. According to marriage […]

Depression is a serious mental health problem.Depression may result from a tendency of engaging in stressful circumstances. It is also possible that a propensity for depression is there from the time of birth. Follow these simple steps to overcome stress and depression: Do not move, and keep your spine straight. Close your eyes gradually. Concentrate […]

In our daily hectic life, the mind becomes heavy with worries and anxieties. If you practice some habits, you can keep the worries and anxieties away and achieve some happiness. Let’s find out what you can do in your daily life to achieve peace: Although in the daily routine many things are uncertain, some thoughts and stress are certain things. Meditation can […]

According to Dr. Whitney Casares, a board-certified pediatrician with the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), “Taking small chunks of time for yourself as early on as possible is one of the best ways to keep yourself from feeling trapped or overwhelmed. Keeping yourself happy and healthy will allow you to give the best care possible […]

Symptoms of depression can last for several months or years. Stress arising from personal or professional life can turn into depression. International yogi Mansi Gulati suggests practicing these yoga poses to calm your anxious mind. Outbreak of diseases, recession, unemployment, job pressure, financial issues so many things are going around right now that can steal […]

The pandemic has certainly brought to light that children today have reportedly high stress levels. To help them take a break, Intermountain Health encourages both parents and teachers to teach mindfulness practices to children. “The basic idea of mindfulness is to recognize people are distracted, and their minds are all over the place, all day […]

Among the cloud-piercing peaks of north-western Mexico is a region of 20,000 square miles that locals call Sierra Tarahumara. Its indigenous people, the Rarámuri (meaning ‘fleet foot’), are some of the best long-distance runners in the world and are reputed to be able to cover up to 62 miles a day – double the distance […]

Among the cloud-piercing peaks of north-western Mexico is a region of 20,000 square miles that locals call Sierra Tarahumara. Its indigenous people, the Rarámuri (meaning ‘fleet foot’), are some of the best long-distance runners in the world and are reputed to be able to cover up to 62 miles a day – double the distance […]

The internet is buzzing with a new energizing hack: non-sleep deep rest. NSDR, as it’s known, is a technique that allegedly serves as a napping alternative that leaves you feeling rested and restored with a host of other health benefits in as little as 10 to 20 minutes. NSDR, a term coined by Stanford neuroscientist […]

The stomach is the highest area of nerves outside of the brain and is sometimes called the second brain. The stomach’s stress response inhibits the digestive system while the relaxation response activates it, that is why the relaxation response is often called rest and digest. When the stress response is activated, digestion is suppressed so […]