A Stroll in the Nature Helps Minimise Rumination, New Study Finds

By Sharon Moore on July 06, 2015

Researchers from Stanford University found that people who love taking a stroll in nature tend to engage in less rumination. More and more people are choosing to move to the city for convenience and work opportunities. But according to the researchers, one by-product could be more people experiencing anxiety and depression. Such mental health problems ofte [Read More…]

Helping Your Partner Overcome Mental Illness: 7 Key Steps

By Lisa Franchi on July 06, 2015

Mental illness can create a huge toll on one’s relationship. It can be tormenting too on the part of that person’s significant other. If your partner suffers from anxiety, depression or any other mental health problem, realise that there are many things you can do to help him/her and save your relationship. Realise that it’s not their faul [Read More…]

Top Reasons Why You Should Take Care of Your Gut

By Sharon Moore on July 03, 2015

We’ve been reading a lot of articles about why we should take care of our heart and our brain. But there’s another very important part of our body that needs equal attention: our gut. And here are the reasons why: 1)      Because your gut houses life-saving bacteria. You know that your body is made from tons of cells, t [Read More…]

5 Things to Remember When You’re Feeling Down

By Rebecca Lewis on July 03, 2015

No matter at what point in life we are, even in times of success, we can all feel down. Sadness, along with other negative emotions, naturally come and go. Some people may have everything they wish for in life, but that doesn’t mean they no longer feel down or stuck. While you cannot completely spare yourself from experiencing it, there are things you [Read More…]

Recurring Depression Hurts the Brain, Research Finds

By Rebecca Lewis on July 02, 2015

Recurring depression doesn’t only put your physical and mental health at a high risk. It also takes a huge toll on your brain by harming hippocampus – which is involved in forming new memories. The study, published in the journal Molecular Psychiatry, found that people with major depression, particularly those with recurring forms of the conditi [Read More…]

Four Great Things about Seeking Therapy

By Sharon Moore on July 02, 2015

Most people think that undergoing therapy means that there is something wrong with a person. There’s no wonder why many are hesitant to seek professional help even though they knew they need it. But contrary to popular view, therapy offers a wide range of benefits. And what people don’t know is that those who come to therapy end up feeling better [Read More…]

Healthy Eating Tips for the Busy People

By Lisa Franchi on July 01, 2015

People have gone busier these days than they were years ago. Most of us live in a fast-paced world wherein we often compromise good health over our hectic lifestyle. Most of us would rely on vending machines, frozen meals and fast food with the sole purpose of easing hunger, and not really feeding our mind and body. But having a busy lifestyle should not be [Read More…]

Why Experiences Matter More

By Sharon Moore on July 01, 2015

There are tons of things that you can spend your money on. Almost every day, there are new lines of clothing and apparel, mobile phones, laptops and gadgets. There are many cool items that are fun to collect, and some fashionable stuff that are really tempting to buy. And yes. All these material possessions can give us joy. But only for a little time. As th [Read More…]

Being Cynical Could Hurt Your Income, Study Finds

By Amy Taylor on June 30, 2015

Are you a ‘difficult’ person? Are you always cynical? Do you have issues trusting other people? Having a bad attitude can affect your income, according to a new study. The research, published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, found that high levels of cynicism are associated with lower income. Researchers report that after ni [Read More…]

5 Relaxation Exercises for the Whole Family

By Sharon Moore on June 30, 2015

If you make it a weekly ritual for your family to have fun and spend quality time with each other, you should also make it a habit to relax together. Having adequate rest is important for both the physical and mental health of your family. Here are some great exercises that your whole family can practise together for a less stressful and healthier life! Dee [Read More…]

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