We all have times when we feel run down. But these six symptoms might mean you’re not just worn out — you’re exhausted. Here’s how to pull through.
Although we all feel that spending time in nature is good for us, we may not always realize all the specific health benefits we’re getting from being in a natural environment. Let’s dig into the key reasons why you need to spend more time in nature’s different forms, and how doing so may boost your overall health.
If you spend most of your day seated, and end it feeling sore, you’re not alone! Check out these workouts that will help you stretch and relieve tension.
What do massage, deep breathing, and Netflix binges have in common? They can all help relieve stress! Another proven stress-buster? Meditation!
These quick morning habits will help you keep stress at bay and feel focused as your day begins.
Maybe it’s bad sleep habits behind your exhaustion — but it could be something more. If you ask yourself “why am I so tired” every morning, here’s your need-to-know.
What’s the secret to better sleep? Consider this your guide to beating exhaustion, insomnia and fatigue — because you deserve to sleep better, asap.
Put de-stressing on your health priority list. These five surprising effects of stress on health should convince you to sign up for some serious self-care.
For your next getaway, take the time to wind down. These wellness hotels offer outdoor adventures, plus mind-soothing activities to help you de-stress.
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.
Another reason to meditate regularly? It can boost workout performance. Learn how mindfulness improves fitness, plus find a few meditations to get started.
Feeling depleted? Step outside. Here’s what one writer learned from a weekend in the woods — plus how science says outdoor adventures can benefit everyone.
Don’t get stressed out! Follow these expert tips on how to de-stress through meditation, self-care, productivity and better sleep.
Nothing can prepare you for breast cancer, but there is strength in numbers. In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, four survivors share their stories.