Winter mornings often arrive with a chill in the air and a desire to stay snuggled under the covers. However, as the days grow shorter, and the temperature drops, many people find themselves grappling with mood swings, stress, and even seasonal affective disorder (SAD) during the fall and winter months.
Life gets hard. Life gets challenging…especially in college. It can be tough to balance school, work, a social life, and maintain your physical, mental, and spiritual health while operating on caffeine and wondering if you’ll meet an 11:59 PM deadline. But I have good news for you, yoga is a great way to handle stress and manage the demanding and daunting tasks of a college student.
I heard you want to start practicing yoga, which is a great way to improve mental wellness. You’ve been looking around your city for studios and they’re filled with options, but you don’t know where to start. There’s Hot yoga, Yin yoga, Vinyasa yoga, Ashtanga, and Hatha yoga, and did I mention there’s a weekly Slow Flow?
Black Maternal Health Week is April 11-17 and this year’s theme is Our Bodies Belong to Us: Restoring Black Autonomy and Joy. In honor of the theme, we wanted to really encourage Black moms who are often praised for being overly sacrificing for their children and families, to be intentional about self-care.
Self confidence is the most attractive trait a person can exhibit. When you enter into a room with self-confidence, people can immediately see the confidence you have in yourself. Essential oils can change how we react to different situations and alter our whole behavior.
Even in the face of a pandemic as severe as the Coronavirus, people are bound to feel stressed, which can adversely affect their health. You can improve your health in many ways by using practical stress management techniques and stress relief techniques. Relaxation practices can improve your health in more ways than one.