What helps relieve anxiety?
What helps relieve anxiety?

In recent years the number of people reporting the feeling of stress and anxiety has been steadily increasing in our ever-busy modern society. Many people deal with anxiety every day. Work, family issues, health concerns, and financial obligations are parts of everyday life that commonly contribute to heightened anxiety levels. Minimizing the chronic anxiety of... » read more

How Can We Self-Manage Our Depression?
How Can We Self-Manage Our Depression?

Depression is the most common mental disorder. What is depression? While everyone experiences sadness at times, not everyone has experienced depression. Depression is extreme sadness or despair that lasts more than days. It interferes with the activities of daily life and can cause physical symptoms such as pain, weight loss or gain, sleeping pattern disruptions,... » read more

5 Tips to Get More Focus on Work
5 Tips to Get More Focus on Work

Nowadays many people struggle with focusing and getting things done at work. Studies show that every time you check email, a social feed, or respond to a notification, your mind requires 23 minutes of re-focus time to get back on task. It’s a phenomenal cost to our entire workforce and to each of us individually... » read more

What are Brainwaves? Types of Brainwaves
What are Brainwaves? Types of Brainwaves

Brainwaves are electrical impulses in the brain. An individual’s behavior, emotions, and thoughts are communicated between neurons within our brains. All brainwaves are produced by synchronized electrical pulses from masses of neurons communicating with each other. Our brainwaves occur at various frequencies. Some are fast and some are slow. Our brainwaves change according to what... » read more

Mindful Movement: Find Your Center of Calm
Mindful Movement: Find Your Center of Calm

Whether sitting, walking, running, riding a bike, or sweating it out on a treadmill—each movement can be transformed into mindful movement practice, not just simply moving your body. So, what is a mindful movement? What is the difference between normal movement and mindful movement? What is Mindful Movement? A seated formal mindfulness practice would be, for the most... » read more

The Full Guide to Mindful Meditation
The Full Guide to Mindful Meditation

We’ve all experienced trouble falling and staying asleep at some point in our lives. Your head hits the pillow and your thoughts start tumbling out of control. The more time passes, the more stressful you become to force yourself to sleep.You know that feeling, but you never get rid of it. In fact, it’s estimated that 30% of adults... » read more

Get to Know Pink Noise
Get to Know Pink Noise

If you’ve ever had trouble falling asleep at night, you may have put on sounds of the rain or ocean waves to help yourself relax. Maybe you even bought a white noise machine to drown out the noise from your neighbors or the street. While many people are familiar with white noise, there is a... » read more

Get More of Deep Sleep Tonight
Get More of Deep Sleep Tonight

Each of us spends about one-third of our life asleep. Or, to put it another way, by the time you’re 75, you will have spent 25 years sleeping. Sleep is part of the life of all higher vertebrates. Suppressing sleep for an extended period has dramatic effects on an organism’s physiological equilibrium. In short, sleeping... » read more

Have you Tried Isochronic Tones for Deep Sleep?
Have you Tried Isochronic Tones for Deep Sleep?

Binaural and isochronic tones for sleeping have become a hot trend in the mental health world over the past few years. If you haven’t heard of them, that’s ok. They are frequencies that play in your ears to alter your brain waves and produce a certain result (concentration, relaxation, pain relief). Are Isochronic Tones Just... » read more