Push up, drop low, and extend out to build strength in your chest, shoulders, biceps, and triceps.
Throughout the year's highs and lows, coffee carried us along the way. Here are the best coffee tips we learned from experts this year.
Conscious parenting tips for emotional resilience center around managing your own emotions. A therapist explains how to do it.
The new No7 Menopause Skincare line brings solutions for menopausal skin to the drugstore, and not a single product is over $50.
How important is your BPM?
In this episode of 'Alt-Baking Bootcamp', baker and nutrition coach Sashah Handal shares her easy gluten-free lemon chia bread recipe recipe.
I tried eating Japanese breakfast for a week inspired by Okinawa, a Blue Zone home to some of the longest-living people in the world.
If racing thoughts or worries are keeping you awake, try one of these three mental tricks to fall asleep, straight from sleep doctors.
«et into bed, leave your eyes open, and focus on staying awake, instead of falling asleep»
Quick and frequent is the name of the game.
Dr. Vinh Pham shares four key exercises to future-proof your body for optimal longevity in just 10 minutes a day.
«1. Neck strengthening moves like controlled head circles and chin tucks 2. Mid-back rotations like side-lying spinal twists 3. Hinging movements—like bodyweight deadlifts and glute bridges—for the posterior chain (your low back, glutes, and hamstrings) 4. Dynamic hip flexor stretches like kneeling lunges»
According to research, balance and longevity are connected because of the ways in which good balance prevents falls and activates the brain.
Taking nutrition advice from fitness experts seems safe, but it’s not. Here’s why plus how vet any dietary advice online or IRL.
Your mind is likely trying to exercise control over tough emotions by escaping from them—but that's not a supportive habit.
Public speaking can be scary. Here, two experts share their tips for overcoming stage fright and crushing your next public speaking event.
«Before you speak, you should have an idea of the knowledge level, expectations, and demographics of your audience»
There are three sets of needs in a relationship, but they can't all be reached at once. Here, get a framework for how to prioritize them.
«many of the people I work with actually need to become needier in order to feel healthy and have more fulfilling lives. Both having needs and being needed by others are completely normal states of being»
Often unintentional, these behaviors can sneakily wreak havoc on your relationship over time.
A recent study that looked at walking to improve brain health found that logging this many steps per day boosts memory and cognitive function.
«“It’s advised to try to walk at least 30 minutes a day, but remember that 10 minutes is better than nothing,”»
Ready to keep your heart healthy and happy? Try walking for a healthly heart. Studies show it's just as beneficial as running.
The concept of habit stacking refers to stacking a desired action on top of an existing habit. Here's why it can help with follow-through.
«“Old habits are ingrained in our brains and likely represent really good entry points or 'triggers' for new ones to be built,”»
Thought-terminating clichés like "it is what it is' run rampant in everyday conversation—but they may be damaging to your mental health.
«the human tendency to take complex feelings, concepts, and politics, and shrink them into short, clever phrases that aren't necessarily untruthful, but don't tell the full story.»
Sleep experts explain why waking up a few times in the middle of the night is normal and why you definitely shouldn't stress over it.
«Waking up in the middle of the night is actually totally normal, says neurologist and sleep specialist Brandon Peters, MD»
Learning how to enjoy your own company increases self-awareness and moves you closer to the life you'd like to lead, according to experts.
Doing exercises to improve your posture can help strengthen the muscles from head to toe that you need to stand up straight.
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