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Keeping her eyes steady on her reflection in the mirror as she plants her hands firmly on her yoga mat, she inverts her body to form the perfect headstand in a hot yoga room all while focusing on her deep breathing technique. Arm inversions and headstands are only two of the hundreds of yoga poses […]

12-29-15 Category: Mental Health, Stress

A landmark study conducted by psychologist Daniel Kahneman, Ph.D., and economist Angus Deaton in 2010 identified a financial benchmark of happiness that existed at a $75,000 annual income. As the United States was still recovering from an economic recession during its publication, more recent analyses have proposed that this standard has substantially risen. Kahneman has […]

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12-28-15 Category: Anxiety, Mental Health, Stress

For those with less natural resilience than others, traveling a long distance and visiting a new place can burden the mind. Past studies have demonstrated that difficult commuting conditions can noticeably decrease job satisfaction and that long and frequent trips may even triple the chance of developing certain mental disorders. Luckily, experts have also weighed […]

12-22-15 Category: Alcohol Addiction, Stress

The combination of stressful holidays and difficult family members can create a tough mix to swallow. Recovering substance abusers can be prone to relapse in times of emotional difficulty. Experts provided numerous strategies for handling this time of year, such as thinking ahead, prioritizing obligations and other techniques. Peter R. Martin, M.D., a professor of […]

12-10-15 Category: Anxiety, Mindfulness, Stress

  The holidays can be a stressful time. Dealing with crowds at malls, attending back-to-back holiday parties and spending time with family members are just a few potential triggers that occur during this season. Having time off from work or school can strip an individual in recovery from structure and daily routines, leaving an opportunity […]

12-07-15 Category: Recovery, Stress

Though it is easy to focus on the stressful parts of the holidays when in recovery, many aspects of this season can be beneficial to the healing process. Family and friends can provide a supportive, loving environment that is conducive to mental health and sobriety. Large social networks have proven helpful to those in recovery. […]


When swimming in the ocean, a young surfer sees a dorsal fin slowly coming toward him. He immediately feels panic and internally debates whether it would be best to attempt to outswim the shark or face it head-on. Just as he decides he cannot outswim the creature in its own habitat, the animal leaps into […]

09-23-15 Category: Anxiety, Depression, Mental Health, Stress

For most, less money means more stress. The U.S. Census Bureau and the Federal Reserve report that the average amount of credit card debt per household in the United States is approximately $7,697. These weighty numbers can lead to feelings of anxiety and depression. Those who struggle with mental health issues might be more likely […]

09-01-15 Category: Anxiety, Mental Health, Stress

The fear of looming natural disasters can be the source of anxiety for many individuals worldwide. There is often anxiety surrounding earthquakes for residents living on the West Coast, particularly since the devastating 1994 earthquake in Northridge, California. This seismophobia, or fear of earthquakes, can cause individuals to panic at the slightest vibrations or ground […]

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