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How to “Hardwire Happiness,” with Dr. Rick Hanson
How do we build happiness, resilience, and gratitude? In this episode of Revolution Health Radio, Dr. Rick Hanson explains how the relationship between traditional Eastern wisdom, psychology, and neuroplasticity impacts our well-being and how embracing...
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My Top 5 Breathing Exercises for Stress Relief
Chronic stress can impact every part of your body. Simple breathing exercises for stress relief can help. Check out these five techniques to find relief.
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How to Use Positive Psychology to Improve Your Health
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.
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The Top 5 Myths about Meditation
Meditation has gone mainstream, much more so than it once was. Yet, there are a lot of misconceptions about meditation that may be stopping you from starting and sticking with your own practice.
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How Distraction Is Rewiring Our Brains—and How Mindfulness Can Help
Modern lifestyles provide endless sources of distraction. Learn about how distraction literally rewires our brains and what you can do to protect yourself.
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5 Simple (But Powerful) Tools for Fighting Stress
We can't always avoid stress, but we can influence how it affects us. Learn the tools for changing how you experience it.
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What Is Health?
There’s no shortage of discussion about the factors that contribute to health and how to optimize and improve it. But what is health, really? How do we define it?
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How to Avoid a Near-Life Experience
Do you feel overwhelmed by the pace of your life? Do you often feel disconnected or distracted and unable to relax? Here are 6 tips for avoiding a “near-life experience” and living a rewarding life.
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9 Steps to Perfect Health – #6: Manage Your Stress
Stress management may be the single most important thing you can do to prevent disease and promote health. So why aren't you doing it?
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