What if you could take a pill to reduce the risk of diseases such as heart disease, hypertension, insomnia, chronic pain, diabetes, obesity, cholesterol and gastrointestinal conditions? Try mindfulness! Mindfulness helps you develop resilience to stress, depression, and diseases while you become more happy and peaceful. Mindfulness is the antidote to stress. Mindfulness is the
How many times a day do you check your emails? You may think it’s not a big deal to continually check your emails during your busy day but research shows it contributes to many problems. Continually checking your email has great costs including your mental and physical burnout, destroying your productivity at work and costs
Chances are that your daily commute to work is a bit of a hassle. Running to catch that bus or speeding up to make the yellow light can be mentally and physically exhausting. It can also lead to commuter stress. Experts report that commuter stress can have a hazardous impact on your health. How Long
Many workers these days are literally working themselves to death. Whether they are trying to advance in their jobs or workaholics they are destroying their mental and physical health. Are you experiencing any of these behaviors? Working more than 50 hours a week Living off energy drinks and caffeine Worrying about work day and night
Feeling stressed at work? Consider checking your office policies about having pets in the workplace. Having your favorite four-legged friend at work with you is a great way to reduce stress. Nearly three-quarters of U.S. households have a pet. As these numbers continue to grow, more workers are requesting to bring their pets to work.
The American Psychological reports that 65 percent of employees reveal that work is a significant source of stress in their lives. Our workplaces continue to be a key stressor in our lives. A new term for a type of work stress is “brownout.” Most of us are familiar with the term burnout but brownout is