According to the World Health Organization, 80% of all heart disease, stroke, and type 2 diabetes as well as 40% of all cancer diagnoses are preventable with proper risk-factor management via lifestyle interventions. Furthermore, the fundamental cause of mental health conditions such as depression and anxiety may be rooted in lifestyle patterns.
As humans, we have an innate ability to adapt. Along the healing journey of trauma, one may notice positive changes in one’s outlook on life, relationships, and priorities. A grave experience diverts a person’s focus towards deeper meanings in life and makes one work towards what was lost or left behind.
A survey of 428 persons was conducted to examine the association between their consumption of fruits and vegetables, as well as sweet and savoury food snacks, and their psychological well-being. The more frequently persons ate fruit, the lower their depression score and the better their mental well-being score.
It’s common knowledge that eating too much sugar is hazardous for your health. It’s logical to wonder if soda with added sugar or sweetener is also harmful to your mental health. Although research on the involvement of regular and diet sodas in depression is still in its early stages, it may cause you to reconsider your next can of soda.
Mindfulness meditation provides personal experiences that are difficult for scientists studying its clinical advantages in the brain to interpret. Researchers are now able to combine mindfulness experience with empirical neuroscience data to generate testable hypotheses about the science – and the stated mental health benefits – of the practice.
June 21 was International Yoga Day. All of this week, we are celebrating the positive impact of yoga on mental health. All our research articles and features will bring you these scientific insights. An individual’s meaning in life increases with regular yoga practice. The more individuals in the present sample practiced yoga regularly, the higher … Read more
June 22, 2023; Unhurry Expert Research Team June 21 was International Yoga Day. All of this week, we are celebrating the positive impact of yoga on mental health. All our research articles and features will bring you these scientific insights. Listening to yoga music at bedtime is good for the heart, according to research. Dr … Read more
June 13, 2023; Unhurry Expert Research Team A study reveals that engaging in mindful yoga and using healthy coping mechanisms for several months significantly lowers risky sex and substance misuse in disturbed 18 to 24-year-olds. Few things are known about how to act to break this pattern, which leads some young people to turn to … Read more
By Kamal Brar Picture this: the wind in your hair, the sun kissing your skin, and the thrill of exploring new destinations. As an ostomate, I know firsthand the unique challenges and worries that come with traveling. But fear not! I’m here to share my personal journey and offer you valuable tips and tricks for … Read more