Working on the mind can help your body cope with stress. A stress hormone called cortisol is released in the hair which also provides information about how much a person is burdened by persistent stress. Research found that mental training reduces the concentration of the stress hormone cortisol in hair. Previous research on the benefits … Read more
That irritability, anxiety, and mood swings experienced because of menopause can be managed by practicing mindfulness. A study by Mayo Clinic found that being mindful may be especially helpful for reducing menopausal symptoms and overall stress. The research was published in Climacteric: The Journal of the International Menopause Society. “In this study, we found that … Read more
The relationship between your skin and mental health is more than skin-deep.Experts say that treating psychological problems can also help with improving your skin. Emerging skin problems such as acne, itching, dryness or irritation could mean more than changing up your skincare products or hydrating more. Issues with your skin could mean psychological burden, or burnout and can be telling of changes in your lifestyle.
Everybody loves the researchers at the University of Bristol. And that’s because they have proven via a study that one glass of red wine makes you more attractive than no alcohol. The bad news? The effect wears off if you consume more. The volunteers were presented with images depicting an individual photographed while sober and … Read more