Certain foods stress the body, and, if you have anxiety or panic attacks, that’s the last thing you need. In fact, some nutritionists believe diet plays a large part in relieving symptoms related to anxiety and panic attacks, and sufferers may benefit by following a strict diet that allows them to restore their nervousRead More →

PLoS One, an interactive open-access journal, published a study conducted by Jeffery A. Dusek and colleagues from the Benson-Henry Institute for Mind Body Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital. The study found the relaxation response (RR) achieved through mind-body practices—such as yoga, meditation, repetitive prayer, yoga, tai chi, breathing exercises, progressive muscle relaxation,Read More →

What causes depression is often unclear. It can be caused by a variety of biological, environmental, or psychological reasons. Some individuals may have a genetic proclivity for depression; they may experience debilitating illnesses; or they may find their body doesn’t work as well as it once did. Sometimes family members, spouses,Read More →

Mindfulness is not a religion or a spiritual practice, although it can be associated with both. Mindfulness is the ability to pay attention and be in the moment, and it has become popular because of the health benefits associated with it. It alleviates stress, reduces tension, and encourages calmness. Most importantly,Read More →

If you’re looking for a new source of power, and haven’t tried prayer, you may want to give it a try. People claim they’ve received comfort, overcome addictions, cured deadly illnesses, and enjoyed various blessings, and it doesn’t appear to matter to whom you pray to or what religion you practice. What mattersRead More →