Calm for the holidays – Harvard Health Blog

Are you heading home for the holidays, hosting relatives, or throwing parties? A strong dose of calm can help you enjoy yourself more and stress less. Here are a few ways to take holiday stress down a notch and invoke your calmest self. Find your calm Breathe deep: When your emotions run high, breathing speeds up, […]

Do not let the media brainwash you

When we are talking about the media, it comes down to this question: do they create the consciousness of the people or is the consciousness of the people merely being reflected by the media? The fact is that practically everyone watches TV and reads the newspapers; therefore, the media is in a position to influence. […]

Filling up your fuel tank differently

Our body normally uses glucose from carbohydrates as our main source of energy. Ketosis is a popular word used in the diet and diabetes worlds. Our body goes into a state of ketosis to keep itself working when carbohydrates are lacking. Our body makes ketones when carbs are scarce in order to now use fat […]

There Is a Treatment for Depression, But It’s Not What You Think

Major depression disorder (MDD) has been ravaging the United States recently. A recent Blue Cross Blue Shield report shows that over 9 million Americans have been diagnosed with major depression—an increase of over 33 percent since 2013. This increase is most dramatic in teens as the diagnosis in adolescent boys is up 47 percent and […]