By Lisa Dreher, MS, RDN, LDN
Follow an Anti-Inflammatory Diet: Research shows that people with anxiety and depression tend to have more inflammation in their body. The standard American diet (otherwise known as S.A.D.) is loaded with inflammatory compounds such as sugar, refined carbohydrates, processed oils, preservatives and so on. Getting…
By Dr. Edward Levitan
Let’s talk about stress. First let’s talk about it from the point of view of how most of us experience it on a daily basis: The boss yelling at you Being late to an appointment or meeting Kids, spouse (need I say more?) Deadlines Etc… Sound familiar? Let’s now look…
By Sudha Carolyn Lundeen
Setting goals and envisioning your heart’s desires is a common practice at the beginning of each new year. Perhaps you, like millions of others, have made a New Year’s Resolution. For those of you who did, how’s it going? If you’re noticing it’s starting to waver, you are not alone.
By Heidi E. Spear
The holiday season is here, and many of us find ourselves with a long list of preparations that include: making travel arrangements, mailing stacks of “Season’s Greetings” cards, and planning meals for family and friends. While focusing our energy primarily on preparations to make the season merry and bright, we…
By Heidi E. Spear
In the foreword to Tulku Thondup’s book Boundless Healing: Meditation Exercises to Enlighten the Mind and Heal the Body, psychologist, science journalist, and Pulitzer-Prize nominee Daniel Goleman, PhD, explains what psychologists call the state of flow: “another mode of being — one where day-to-day preoccupations or anxieties fall…