There are oodles of recommended techniques to relieve stress and anxiety — meditation, bubble baths, vacays. One of the most important ways to decompress is to step away from the screen and, you know, get back in touch with the whole human interaction thing. But, when I heard about Personal Zen, an iPhone app that's been scientifically proven to relieve stress and anxiety, I lunged for my phone faster than you can say "Xanax."Read Full Story
Wired? Treat yourself to a stretching session. It'll not only improve your posture, blood flow and muscle strength, but it will leave you feeling relaxed and ready to take on the world. The best part? You only need 10 minutes and you can do it any time, anywhere. Exercise physiologist, Robyn Papworth, from Move 4 Health, shows us how.Read Full Story
Let's be honest: Many of us drink alone, whether we're open about it or not. Yet there's a societal stigma associated with the act of drinking solo, despite the fact it's such a common guilty pleasure. Maybe it's because we're worried people will think we're alcoholics if we admit that we enjoy drinking by ourselves, or it could be that we don't want to appear as if we're friendless. Whatever the reason, there are certain situations where it's entirely appropriate to drink alone and we shouldn't feel guilty for doing so.Read Full Story
We all face stressful situations from time to time, and it is important to accept the fact that stress can never be completely eliminated. However, there are several simple, and rather interesting, ways to prevent stress before it gets out of hand.Read Full Story
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