Anxiety affects millions of people every year, and anxiety disorders are considered to be the most prevalent of mental illnesses.
Health care costs continue to soar in the U.S., and the Affordable Care Act hasn’t really done much to actually make healthcare more affordable.
Amanda Froelich. December 10, 2015
Practices like yoga, meditation, and kirtan can help curb the need for general health care services by almost 50 percent!
Carolyn Gregoire, 10/28/2015
New research finds that mindfulness practices have the potential to slash health care costs.
Lawrence Rosen, M.D., 10/19/15
Stress, according to noted Slovakian researcher Hans Selye, is neither good nor bad. Instead, it is defined as "the non-specific response of the body to any demand for change."
Healthy Women, 2015
Yoga can be a terrific way to wind down and relax, as well as reestablish the relationship between the mind and body. While the stress reduction aspect that accompanies yoga is relatively well-known, the benefits of yoga extend past the mental health realm.