Apparently, Tweeting, Face-booking and other forms of social interaction conducted across cyberspace reduces stress hormones and increases oxytocin levels.
In addition to less stress, more peace, greater self-awareness, and better concentration, meditation can actually make you smarter.
Stress affects your mind and body in some serious ways. So, here are 8 life-hacks to get you started on a stress-free life. Do not delay!
Depression does not require antidepressants! Here are 5 things people can do to boost their happiness levels without ever popping a pharmaceutical pill.
Yoga can greatly improve your health. One position, the corpse pose, or savasana, may seem easy, but it’s very difficult to master. Here is what to do.
Do you believe that gratitude can make you healthier and happier? Studies show that it can improve your immune system and promote positive emotions.
Intuition is the unconscious reasoning, the guidance that compels you to turn left when signs may be pointing right. Here are 7 ways to be more intuitive.
Meditation must be experienced first-hand to be appreciated, but science shows how meditation can reduce stress, pain, and trigger lasting genetic changes.
Instead of relying on supplements, you can take charge of your health by practicing Qigong – influencing the subtle life energies that affect your health.
One man given a 1-in-500 chance of recovery began a new type of therapy—happiness therapy—which he ultimately credited with his “dramatic recovery”.
There are countless reasons for feeling unhappy and less than satisfied with your life. Here are 5 ways to boost your overall happiness.
Happiness means different things for different people, but it’s important for everyone. Here are 5 simple things that may improve your overall happiness.
Did you know that mediation has been proven to be more effective than morphine at treating chronic pain? One study found a 57% reduction in pain.
A new study showing how meditating can trigger molecular changes is groundbreaking. People meditating for 8 hours showed significant molecular changes.
Far more than just a little escapism, books have the ability to change our lives, and as a new study shows—they can even change our brain chemistry.
In a major paradigm shift, British doctors have now begun prescribing books for depression instead of suicide-linked antidepressants.
Did you know you can do numerous things (like exercise) to release feel-good chemicals in your brain for a state of awareness and joy?