From Procrastination to Progress
As the time passes, our evolving human mind constantly works on multiple aspects of thoughts and emotions. Every emotion multiplies and our thoughts wander off. We must have heard of the phrase- Let your imaginations run wild. As free as it may make us feel, there is another side to all our excessive thoughts & imaginations, which is also called as procrastination.
Stress inducing foods
An imminent target at work. An upcoming family gathering. Kid’s exams coming close. There’s always stress imbedded in your life no matter what stage of life you are in. But do you know, there are certain foods that induce stress and anxiety?
Bad habits that are wreaking your health: Part 2
As we continue to look at unhealthy habits that can affect our health, let’s turn to the subtler factors: things we may not recognize outright, but which also play a role in our health.
Mindful Eating for Healthy Living
Unless our understanding of ‘healthy food’ changes, we won’t be able to enjoy food for what it is. The food you eat offers you far more than just calories.
Tips for having an early and healthy dinner
In an attempt to lose weight, many people tend to skip dinner. However, this is not ideal and should not be done.
Mindfulness to Overcome Anxiety
Worrying comes naturally to us. How do we stop the constant stream of negative thought? Mindfulness is a useful practice that can help us refocus to the present and reduce anxiety.
In today's world we all face stress to varying degrees in different aspects in our lives like work, relationships, finances, concern for the future and others. In these situations practising mindfulness can help restore and maintain a sense of awareness, that helps us to go about our daily lives better. It is also a simple technique to master with practice any time, anywhere!
Yoga for Life
On 21st June 2015, the entire world celebrated the first International Yoga Day!
Myths and Facts About Stress
Ever wondered what stress is and what stress is not? Take a look to understand the facts and myths about stress.
Meditation - A Gym for your Mind
Research suggests that meditation helps to reduce stress, anxiety, blood pressure, pain response and addictions. At Harvard Medical School, researchers discovered that long term practice of meditation increased the activity of our disease fighting genes in the body, thus changing our bodies at a genetic level.