My nephew and his family live in New York City, where streets usually crowded with vehicles and people are now empty and quiet. They’ve been isolated at home for several weeks now, with no end in sight. Their usual routines don’t work anymore, so together, they’ve built some new ones.
The next time you find yourself caught up in the chaos of daily life, find a moment for a sacred pause. Good advice, but what does that mean? Find out on Catching Health.
Thanksgiving is a time to show gratitude for all that we have. To enjoy a feast of food and loved ones. BUT too much food, too much family, and too little activity can make us feel just the opposite. Here’s some expert advice for surviving the day and the rest of the holidays.
Can’t say no? It’s high time to start — before you risk getting sick. Catching Health has some expert advice on how to make room for yourself in your daily schedule.
Research shows that too much stress may affect memory. What happens and what can you do to reduce stress? Find out in this Catching Health blog post.
If you’re a woman trying to be healthy, we’ve got all kinds of ideas for you. From getting physical to putting yourself first for once, it’s all about YOU.
How does the thought of less stress and more vitality sound to you? If you’re yearning for both, you might want to learn the ancient Chinese practice of Qigong.
Any of these sound like you? Stressed. In pain. Have a chronic illness. Can’t sleep. Worried about the future. How mindfulness and meditation might help.
Your way of handling stress may not be mine. Knowing the difference can help, especially in the midst of a crisis. One possibly useful tool: Myers-Briggs.
Scientists at MDI Biological Laboratory are using zebrafish to figure out exactly what happens when embryos are exposed to elevated levels of stress hormones.