When does race training go from a fun pastime that helps you relieve stress to something that causes more anxiety than it’s worth? Some runners are learning the hard way.
Sensory deprivation tanks require you to lie naked, in a dark, silent pod filled with salt water. Worst nightmare or coolest thing ever? One writer tried it.
Making a to-do list (and checking off everything on it) can be totally addictive. But does your compulsive habit actually improve your life? Here’s how to make every list count.
Can’t resist checking your email, even amidst a swirl of summer BBQs and trips? Here’s how to pull off a (realistic) digital detox so you’ll actually have time to relax.
Your phone might know you’re depressed before you even realize it yourself, according to a new study from Northwestern Medicine.
Find out how to really relax on your next trip and make the most of that PTO, plus other headlines that caught our eye this week.
Is it possible to be too healthy? Jordan Younger, of The Balanced Blonde blog, tells us about her battle with orthorexia and her new memoir, Breaking Vegan.
No, we can’t magically make your day longer. But we do have seven useful tips to help you make meditation a part of your daily routine.
Still have PTO to use up before it expires next year? Find out how a much-needed vacation can keep you healthy, help you ward off depression and even improve your love life.
Our favorite articles from this week, including life beyond the Instagram filter and a high-tech sports bra.
Wish you weren’t so stressed about work? A new study reveals mindfulness techniques could help you reduce stress, burnout and feel better all-around.
Whether you’re anxious about work or an upcoming 10K race, stress can be a huge downer for a relationship. Here’s how to spot the signs, and run interference.
You always thought stress was your enemy, but what if it’s not? A new book argues that if you can embrace stress, you can make it work in your favor.
Can’t stop stressing about work or personal problems at the gym? Chronic stress could be preventing you from reaping the benefits of a good workout.