It has long been claimed by Yogis and Buddhists that meditation and ancient breath-focused practices, such as pranayama, strengthen our ability to focus on tasks.
Stress Induced Suppression Of Infertility Finds Hope
Otago researchers have found the “missing link between stress and infertility.”
Interview Of The Week: I Left My Corporate Job To Become A Health Entrepreneur
Devika being from an engineering background decided to leave the corporate world and start her own brand entirely based on moringa leaves. We at Unhurry spoke to her about what made her do this.
Interview Of The Week: Mental Health Is Like Breathing
Arouba Kabir worked with media-in different media houses in India for almost 2 years including the internships. It was during that time, she got diagnosed with Cystic Fibrosis, a life changing moment which made her lose her job, relationship, and kind of identity.
Sunshine Improves Mental Health
If you’re able to soak up enough sun, your level of emotional distress should remain stable. Take away sun time, though, and your distress can spike. This applies to the clinical population at large, not just those diagnosed with Seasonal Affective Disorder.
Raw fruit and vegetables provide better mental health outcomes
Seeking the feel good factor? Go natural. That is the simple message from University of Otago researchers who have discovered raw fruit and vegetables may
Gardening Can Cultivate Better Mental Health
New research suggests that many people may indeed reap mental health benefits from working with plants — even if they’ve never gardened before.
Positive Psychological Well-being Can Improve Overall Heart Health
Positive thoughts and feelings through intervention programs can help patients achieve better overall outcomes when it comes to their cardiovascular health
Which Skills Will Help Patients With Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder?
A new research now shows that OCD sufferers need to adopt adaptive coping skills from a situation, in order to effectively manage their condition.
Keeping Your Brain Active May Delay Alzheimer’s Dementia 5 Years
“The people with the lowest cognitive activity, on average, developed dementia at age 89, a difference of five years.”
ART OF WELLNESS: RESPONSIBILITY TOWARDS SELF AND OTHERS
“Standup tall again and move on positively. Taking responsibility creates long term resilience and a sense of purpose. It goes without saying that taking on responsibility has to be done in tune with your skills and maturity.”