Did you know that your gut bacteria can influence your mood? Find out how the gut and brain communicate with each other, what connects the gut microbiome and anxiety, and how to fix gut dysbiosis.
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Are you changing your habits? Maybe your goal is to eat healthier and lose a few pounds or get more sleep. Whatever your objective, you’re more likely to achieve your goal if it’s small and attainable. Find out how to “shrink the change” and set yourself up for success.
Technology addiction is a very real problem. Not only are innovations such as smartphones, social media, and the internet addictive by their very nature, but they’re also specifically engineered to take advantage of human vulnerabilities and our hardwired basic needs. In this article, you’ll learn the symptoms of technology addiction, the science behind it, and seven steps to reduce your use.
By their very nature, jobs are often difficult and stressful. They require continuous, sustained mental and physical exertion that can leave us worn down and in desperate want of a vacation. If you’re extremely exhausted and feeling detached and ineffective at your job, you’re likely experiencing professional burnout. Here’s how to avoid burnout at work—or how to correct it if you’re already experiencing it.
Your emotions impact your health. The good news is that through positive psychology, you can retrain your brain to follow healthier, more beneficial emotional patterns and learn to let go of negative ways of thinking. Here’s how you can use positive psychology to rewire your brain and improve your mood and your health.
Not long ago, the concept of “ancestral health” was met with complete skepticism. The general response was that our ancestors’ short life expectancy “proved” that they lived in poor health. But a renewed interest in studying the health of modern hunter–gatherer tribes is signaling a change in conventional thinking.