Pop It, the Toy That Help You!
Pop It toys have been everywhere lately. Popping the tiny bubbles is satisfying and calming, which makes it a great stress reliever.
What Are the Considerations To Authorize a Death With Dignity?
Exercising the right to a dignified death is not easy, especially when only seven countries have legalized euthanasia.
Controlling Our Emotions
Emotional health is fundamental in people's lives and more so in the context in which we live.
The Key to Wellness and Longevity
Positive emotional expressions, such as smiling and optimism are the closest evidence to longevity.
Why Are Women at Risk of Heart Disease?
Learn in The Woman Post the keys to predict cardiovascular diseases in the new generations.
Myths and Realities: The Lifestyle of Vegetarianism
Learn about the beliefs that have formed after the apex of the veggie movement.
Are You Living Your True Purpose?
The challenge of having a purpose in life at this time became extremely important due to the COVID-19 crisis.
The Importance of Building Emotional Resilience
In moments of significant change (transitions), we use our personal and collective emotional capacity to adapt to the new conditions we face. At these moments, building emotional resilience, it's crucial.
Live More Mindfully by Being Kinder to Yourself
Mindfulness can be a life-changing practice in anyone's life, especially when you use it to improve self-care.
The Irresistible Seducer of the Senses Impossible To Avoid, Chocolate
It melts in the mouth, it is a first-line ingredient in the preparation of cakes and desserts, and it pleases icy bodies by providing warmth in its liquid, steamy, seductive, and hot version. There is no corner in the world where it is unknown.
That Vital Issue To Raise in Our Environments
The World Suicide Prevention Day, which is commemorated on September 10 of each year, exists as a platform, since 2003, to raise awareness about this issue and promote preventive measures with the aim of reducing the number of suicides and suicide attempts all over the world.
Guide To Eat Healthy While Working From Home
While working from home, it's easy to retreat to easy snacks or not-so-healthy meals. Here are some tips that will help you to eat healthy while teleworking.
Tips for Napping Without Affecting Your Night Sleep
Although naps do not alleviate sleep deficit, they are a great way to recover from a bad night and reduce excessive daytime sleepiness.
Thinking Positive: Decreases the Risk of Getting Sick
Emotional well-being only depends on effective social relationships and having optimistic thoughts.
Does Working Out Help With Sleep Apnea?
Regular exercise helps us overcome many things that contribute to sleep apnea like hypertension, diabetes, and obesity.
How To Overcome Exhaustion
Life is too short to feel unhappy with what you do, and when I talk about happiness, I am not referring to feeling euphoric and smiling all day.
Boost Your Health by Taking Time Off
Taking family vacations can have a long-lasting impact on your loved ones' happiness thanks to all the overall experiences and the memories those trips create.
5 Scientifically Validated Ways To Relax
Here are some tips to make relaxation a calmer and happier way of living.
Other Forms of Non-Physical Abuse and How To Detect It
We all know how to identify signs of physical abuse because it leaves visible scars and marks. The question is, can we recognize non-physical abuse?
Drinking Coffee Can Help Prevent Getting Coronavirus
One study indicates that several cups of coffee a day decrease the risk of contracting coronavirus.
Are You Binge Eating Without Noticing?
Binge eating it's characterized by recurrent episodes of overeating and a lack of control. Why does this happen and how to prevent it?
How To Deal With Grief at the Workspace
Many companies lack norms or policies for dealing with grief, and some that do have policies often find they are insufficient.
Test To Find Out if You Are Struggling With Anxiety
With the Beck anxiety test, you will discover if you have this disorder. This short self-administered questionnaire has great acceptance to measure anxiety in adults and adolescents. It has been used both in clinical evaluation and in basic research.
What Are the Possible Reasons for Complications From COVID-19?
A study conducted on more than 49,000 people provides new evidence on why some people get sick after having contact with the virus.
Get Over the Stress of Socializing Again
The pandemic literally caused us to have to reprogram our brains to interact in a different way, less personal, close, and crowded.
How To Support a Loved One With Mental Illness
If you don't know how to support a loved one with mental illness, you're not alone. One in three people will struggle with mental illness during their lifetime.
Let’s Talk About the Versatility of Avocado
Every July 31, International Avocado Day is celebrated, a wonderful fruit that nature has as a gift for all human beings. Its contributions to health, beauty, and gastronomy are invaluable.
5 Habits That Will Rejuvenate Our Brain
Did you know that you can rejuvenate your brain? That's right, the brain is the only organ that the more you use it, the better it works.
The Lie of Instant Gratification, Happens to You?
As I grew old, graduated from university, and found a job, other concepts within the mind of a procrastinator were revealed to me: guilt and shame.
Patents Created by Female Inventors About Women's Health
According to a study published in Science, biomedicals inventions created by teams composed mainly of women, tend to resolve problems that affect their gender.
Should You Practice the Slow Life Theory?
Every time we run more and we live less, we are not present in the activities we do because the automatic pilot has seized every area of our lives.
Are the Efforts of Large Companies Towards Healthier Eating Enough?
Nestlé Company has made progressive changes to reduce sugar in most of its food and beverages.
3 Tips To Rejuvenate Your Brain
For your brain what you think, feel and do is the same, this means that it has the same neural weight and therefore it is valued as something real.
Stop Negative Stress From Damaging Your Brain
Are you having trouble resting, not sleeping well, and feeling tense and irritable?
Which Type of Milk Is the Best Among All the Options?
We have all witnessed how alternative milk products become more popular every day.
Symptoms That Show if the Pandemic Is Affecting Your Mental Health
Have you felt disconnected lately? You're not the only one. Experts describe this phenomenon as languishing, a mental state between depression and the absence of well-being.
Consumption of Fruits and Vegetables Helps Our Mental Health
We are all familiar with the fact that a healthy diet plays a key role in our physical well-being.
How To Know if You Are Emotionally Intoxicated?
Did you know that your emotions are changing your body right now?
Greater Procrastination and Anxiety in Women, Effects of the Pandemic?
COVID-19 has led to a global mental health crisis and is fueling one of the most damaging human tendencies: procrastination.
Discover 5 Languages of Self-Love
The quality of the relationships we establish with other people depends on our predominant love language.
The Loneliness of Lockdown Could Leave People ‘Stuck’
In just a few weeks, COVID-19 profoundly changed our lives, causing enormous human suffering and challenging the basic foundations of social welfare.
Being Kind to Yourself Ensures Greater Well-Being
The way we speak to ourselves can shape our self-perception. For this reason, it's essential to cultivate compassion and loving-kindness for oneself.
Findings and Differences on the Effects of Contagion by COVID Between Men and Women
We are all aware that the current pandemic has affected millions of people in the world.
Is Your Mental Health Affected by the Pandemic?
The fourth wave of the pandemic is affecting the mental health of people around the world, we are submerged in a barrage of bad news.
How To Keep Our Brain in Good Shape?
Many studies associate sport with better brain development and with the increase in the formation of new neurons.
How Katalin Karikó Contributed to the COVID Vaccine
Karikó is a Hungarian who studied biochemistry and spent 40 years working and discovering some of the key facts for the Moderna and BioNTech vaccines.
Options To Take a Breath
We all tend to mistakenly believe that sleeping and resting are synonyms, hence associating a good night’s sleep with deep rest.
Half Orphan: Losing a Parent to COVID
Over 42.000 kids in the United States have lost a parent to COVID-19, according to a study made by JAMA Pediatrics.
These Habits Will Give You the Lifestyle You Want
We are made of habits. Every day we have approximately 90.000 thoughts of which 80% are the same as yesterday and even a week ago.
The Freedom To Accept Feelings of Pain and Sadness
The pandemic has brought with it a significant number of losses that go further than death.