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Spending 20 Minutes A Day In Nature Could Relieve Urban Stress. A New Study Claims.

Spending time in nature for at least 20 minutes a day is the best way to decrease stress levels, according to a recent study published in Frontiers in Psychology. Dr MaryCarol Hunter, an Associate Professor at the University of Michigan and lead author of the study explained: “We know that spending time in nature reduces …

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21 Day Anxiety Challenge

What is Anxiety? Stress gets to everyone these days. It’s just impossible to shield yourself from it. We live in highly stressful and insecure times, and our lives have turned into one rushing mess. No matter how good you navigate around stress, you can’t escape from the fact that it will affect you every …

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Plank Challenge – Four Minutes a Day Will Strengthen Your Core Better Than Anything Else

What’s a Plank? If you don’t know what the plank is, chances are you’ve been living under a rock. The plank is an exercise that has become incredibly popular in the past 4-5 years. Originally gaining popularity as a fad in the early 2010s, the plank was later included in numerous exercise programs due to …

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When You Eat Celery Every Day For A Week Your Body Will Get These 10 Health Benefits

Celery-the Perfect Vegetable? You probably know what celery is. The white veggie is commonly used in soups, stews, and salads, although we don’t really know much about it. As it turns out, celery might be the perfect vegetable nutrient-wise, if you could separate one vegetable from all. Full of water and essential nutrients, celery …

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Science Explains What Happens to Someone’s Brain From Complaining Every Day

“Thought changes structure … I saw people rewire their brains with their thoughts, to cure previously incurable obsessions and trauma.” ~ Norman Doidge, Canadian-born psychiatrist and author of The Brain That Changes Itself Neuroplasticity: The Good and The Bad The human brain is remarkably malleable. It can be shaped very much like a ball of Play-Doh, albeit with …

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