How to Feel Better of about Yourself

By Rebecca Lewis on January 12, 2015

We all feel down sometimes. There are days when we feel like we’re not doing enough. Sometimes we doubt ourselves and we can’t see anything but negativity. And all these are normal. But if in your case, negative emotions tend to outweigh the positive ones more often, you could be struggling with issues on low self-esteem. The good news is th [Read More…]

Herbs that Must Be in Your First Aid Kit

When you think about a first aid or emergency kit, your thoughts may go to treating a severe cut, gash or wound that has occurred or perhaps a heart attack or other severe condition that requires immediate treatment before help can arrive. However, there are health emergencies which are different in nature from what has been described, but still need immedia [Read More…]

A Powerful Way to Successfully Create a Vision and Manifest Your Dreams in 2015

Year’s end isn’t just about making some resolutions. It is about reflecting, learning and us taking responsibility for our own lives. It is about us stepping up, honouring our desires, ourselves and creating a life we love. In this blog I’m going to share with you the most powerful way to not only create your vision for 2015 but also for i [Read More…]

Depressed Thoughts Hinder Memory and Concentration, Study Says

By Amy Taylor on January 09, 2015

New research provides empirical proof that a depressive mood accompanied by depressive thoughts can impede concentration and memory. Although it is accepted that the day-to-day burden from depression greatly affects job performance and personal relationships, the new research is the first to observe this phenomenon in a laboratory setting. In the study, in [Read More…]

Ways Acupressure Promote Your Health and Well-Being

By Lisa Franchi on January 09, 2015

Acupressure is one of the oldest therapies that are still being used today. It has been used for centuries in treating the body and mind. And many people swear by its healing benefits. Acupressure is similar with acupuncture, only that it doesn’t involve needles. It basically includes applying pressure to certain body points, called ‘acupressure [Read More…]

How Doing Less Benefits You More

By Rebecca Lewis on January 09, 2015

At the start of each year, we tend to make promises to ourselves that we are going to be better, more productive, healthier, and so on. And these are backed with an action plan. We set timeline with detailed description of what needs to be done. We just want to keep ourselves busy and achieve as many goals as possible before another year comes to an end. So [Read More…]

Little-Known Habits that Can Take Off Years from Your Life

By Rebecca Lewis on January 08, 2015

You probably know that not exercising, eating more than the required calorie consumption, drinking alcohol excessively, or smoking are not good for your health and increases the risk of premature mortality. But there are other little-known culprits too that can actually sabotage your health too. Here they are: Sitting too much. More and more studies are su [Read More…]

Working Night Has Major Impact on Health & Longevity, Study Finds

By Lisa Franchi on January 08, 2015

Women who have worked rotating night shifts for five years or more not only experience shorter lifespans in general, but also have an increased risk of dying from cardiovascular disease. Those who have performed rotating shift work for 15 years or more are also more likely to die of lung cancer. For the study, a team of international researchers monitored [Read More…]

5 Ways Therapy Can Amazingly Change Your Life

By Sharon Moore on January 08, 2015

There’s often a ‘buzz’ among people who hear about ‘therapy’. For most of us, seeking therapy means there’s something wrong with us or we are not in the right state of mind. Unfortunately, this is not how therapy is supposed to be. In fact, many people who seek therapy include successful individuals, including celebrities [Read More…]

Finding Motivation

Anyone wishing to make a change in their lives needs the necessary motivation and the bigger the change, the stronger the motivation needs to be. As a coach and hypnotherapist, part of my job is to help my clients identify and strengthen their motivation. The whole subject of motivation is quite complex but one simple model is that we can be motivated: &bu [Read More…]

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