stress

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If you can’t start your morning without caffeine, you’re not alone. More than 60% of Americans drink coffee every day, the National Coffee Association says.
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Trying to improve your memory? Hitting the gym for some strength training workouts can help — and it may not take as much time as you think.
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As you contemplate ways to embrace a new you — a healthier and calmer version of yourself — consider how yoga can support this positive momentum.
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Most people know if they’re optimists or pessimists, but a study reveals how those perspectives happen at a physiological level.
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Vacationing is fun, but planning a trip might actually be more rewarding than returning from one, according to research.
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When our body snoozes, our brain is busy sorting through our experiences. Learn what causes dreams, triggers nightmares and how to better recall your dreams.
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We all know that dreaded moment when we agree to one commitment too many. Here are some ways to avoid the stress and anxiety from being stretched too thin.
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The pandemic forced many of us to take staycations, but are they really less stressful and more soothing than vacations? Consider the pros and cons.
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When negative self-talk gets going, it’s so loud in your mind that reason and logic are drowned out. So how can we stop that mean voice inside our heads?
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It's possible stress may ruin your love life by weakening your sex drive. Here are three stress-busting options that may improve your sex life.
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