Recent research has found that yoga is comparable to walking or biking in reducing numerous risk factors for the development of cardiovascular disease.
Yoga can help treat diseases associated with metabolic syndrome while helping to promote a fully functioning nervous system after we are exposed to stress.
Research found that those who meditate have better communication in their brain’s ‘white matter,’ leading to improved moods and better brain communication.
A team of researchers has found that just 8 weeks of meditation can actually help your brain ‘grow,’ all while boosting memory and reducing stress.
A group of neuroscientists and robotics engineers discovered that human brains can indeed ‘talk’ directly to one another in brain-to-brain communication.
Want to relax? Want to boost brain power? Different types of meditation elicit qualitatively different influences on human physiology and behavior.
Do you really need an excuse to practice the stress-relieving, flexibility-improving, general greatness that is yoga? Fine! Here are 7 reasons to do yoga.
Researchers have provided the first evidence of specific molecular changes in the body following a period of mindfulness meditation.
A study shows cancer patients can benefit from the practice of yoga, revealing how yoga can reduce inflammation and eliminate stress on a biological level.
Nature can do much more than just help clear your mind and promote relaxation; it could even help treat depression and protect your body against cancer.
There are several yoga practices which unclog and detoxify the liver, helping it to function at its best. Here are 4 yoga poses to revitalize the liver.
You have to be proactive about reducing internal stress from real or imagined external stressors. Well, here are 5 tips for handling stress.
Studies show how there could be strong scientific proof that meditation could help even the most debilitating psychological disorders.
Whether it’s yoga or eating a largely plant-based diet free of pesticides, here are steps you can take to live more holistically and boost your health.
A new study shows that serious mental illness is just as bad for our health as heavy smoking – sometimes taking an entire decade off our lifespan.
Meditation (not medication) is so effective for healing that in a 14-year controlled study, it was shown to reduce medical expenses in Canada by 28%.
Apparently, Tweeting, Face-booking and other forms of social interaction conducted across cyberspace reduces stress hormones and increases oxytocin levels.