If you’re feeling down about yourself, a little mindfulness can boost your self-esteem. Everyone needs help finding their confidence. Lots of kids and young adults have low self-esteem, and young girls are especially susceptible to low confidence. According to a study funded by the Dove Self-Esteem Fund, seven in ten girls believe that they do
Finding a quiet moment to relax and unwind can be difficult for the average person. But if you can manage to find 25 minutes you should use your time wisely. Studies show that just a few minutes of mindful meditation can alleviate psychological stress. When you take daily mindful breaks it can do wonders for
When managing pain there are medications, exercises, and even certain foods that can help, but that’s not all. A new study also shows that mindfulness meditation can reduce pain. A study published in the Journal of Neuroscience researched how mindfulness meditation, placebo meditation, and placebo medicinal cream eases participants’ pain in lieu of medication. The results
A= Awareness Awareness is creates understanding and clarity. Humans experience stress as suffering. The greater the stress for you the greater is your suffering. Negative emotions (such as fear, anger, worry, and jealousy) are like clouds. These clouds get thick and strong, dense and stop the light of the heart and mind to shine through.
Here are some simple tips to help you stay in the present moment to live a healthy and happy life. Remember your breath. Take short mindfulness breaks during the day. This is your first line of defense for your stress and busy life. Develop the practice of taking a deep breath, or two or three, before
Simple Solutions to Everyday Balance 1. What is work-life balance? Well, we certainly know what it isn’t! When your to-do list is as long as your arm, when you come home from work, open the refrigerator, and find the set of keys you lost that morning in the butter dish, when you’re thinking of sticking post-it notes
The holiday season is fast approaching and you need to be aware of some of the biggest stress triggers. The top seven triggers include: keeping things organized, finances, gifts, travel, family, depression, and weight gain. Here are tips that can help you achieve a stress-less holiday season. 1. Keeping things organized. The brain can get overwhelmed