Have a love-hate relationship with your snooze button? Here are 19 science-backed ways to stop dreading those early hours and start becoming a morning person.
These 10 culprits could be the reason you’re feeling tired all the time. Learn why they take such a toll on your energy and how to remedy the situation.
If you’re tossing and turning, unable to sleep, you’re not alone. Ten percent of Americans suffer from insomnia. Find out the causes, symptoms and treatments that can help you get past it.
Suffer from constant headaches, interrupted sleep patterns and never-ending colds? Learn which stress symptoms are major red flags — and simple ways to de-stress.
One in three Americans suffers from sleep disruption, and the consequences can be worse than just fatigue. Here’s how to deal with the most common sleep issues.
A power nap can give you the energy you need to get through the day. But how long is too long? And when’s the best time to snooze? Read on for our top expert-backed tips.
The in’s and out’s of meditation — what it is, why it’s used, and the many benefits you can get from practicing it.
Feel like you want to hibernate this time of year? Keep seasonal affective disorder at bay with these simple mood-boosting tips.
For fidgety people, being alone with their thoughts can be torturous. We’ve got seven techniques for beginners who want to learn how to meditate.
Step 1: Netflix and chill with Rocky and Rudy. (No, not that kind of Netflix and chill.) Step 2: Go out and break a serious sweat.
Everyone needs to take a mental health day — including you. Here’s why using your PTO for yourself is so important for your body and mind.
Getting organized can increase productivity, clear your head, and reduce stress. Take your organization skills to the next level with these three simple tips.
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.
Exhaustion could be affecting the way your brain works, new research from Lumosity suggests. Here’s what’s happening in your head when you’re tired.