A little bit of stress is common (and even tolerable) in daily life, but when it blossoms into more chronic anxiety, you may have a problem- and you may first want to seek out some ways to ease anxiety naturally. Stress is definitely not a feelgood emotion, so today we’ve got some tips from Andrea Bertoli over at Vibrant Wellness Journal on how to break up with your stress and ease into calmness.
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Stress symptoms always mean feeling harried, hurried, and strung out. Right? Not always. There is such a thing as good stress.
Studies show multitasking my actually be wrecking your productivity. Learn how to stop + get your mind back.
Working at a computer, hoisting children, and even everyday stress can cause neck and shoulder pain. Read on for some yoga poses that will release that pain in your neck…
Stress…we all deal with it in our daily lives. It’s how you handle it that counts. Read on for tips on decreasing your stress load for good health and happiness.
What are your weekend plans? Feel like adding in a little challenge? This weekend is the perfect time to try meditation…
Merry Christmas eve, you guys! Whether you celebrate Christmas or not, chances are this has been a hectic month. It’s hard to escape the holiday stress when it’s all around you, and now that we’re on the eve of the big day it’s time to take some time to take care of yourself.
Whatever the reason, December can be incredibly stressful, and it’s easy to get overwhelmed. I saw a great graphic the other day that said, “When you absolutely cannot take a break is exactly when you should take one.” I think this rings so true during the holidays! If you’re getting ready to rip your own hair out, try taking a few quiet minutes for some soothing aromatherapy instead!
I know, baths are a huge waste of water, and I’m not saying you should take a bath every day. From time to time, though, a salty soak is just the thing to melt away muscle soreness and anxiety. Treat yourself, right? But what are epsom salts, and how do you use them?
So how can we relieve stress without turning to a bottle or an expensive vacation? Luckily, there are natural stress relievers that can help calm you down, chill you out, and let you get on with your day.
The holidays are officially OVER! It’s time to de-stress and decompress. Maria shared some great tips last year on ways to manage holiday stress, and I wanted to share my favorite method for dealing with the holiday blues (or maybe the mean reds?).
Do you know why your skin is breaking out? Use these tips to discover what is causing your breakouts and how to get them under control…
Try this quick, and heart pumping, workout for those days when you just can’t find the time to get your usual exercise routine in.
Holy moly, can you believe that the holidays are officially here? Whether you’re hosting a shindig or hitting the road, this time of year is completely stressful, and that’s such a bummer. The spirit of the holidays isn’t about giving gifts or even about the meals, right? It’s about spending time with the people we love and being grateful for what we already have. That’s hard to do when your nerves are completely frayed.
Don’t despair! Just staying more mindful this holiday season can go a long way, and we have some tips to help you fight the holiday stress naturally.
Banish dark under eye circles for good…
Five homemade tea blends that will kick your health back into gear after the holidays.
Five tips on helping you keep your stress in check this holiday season.
I have always loved the idea of aromatherapy and at times (headache, extreme stress…) have tried it. But the idea of having to 1) research which essential oils are appropriate for which need, and 2) buy and combine said oils without coming up with something obnoxious, sounded like more than I wanted to take on. […]