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Why smart girls get therapy?
You’d see a GP for the flu, and a facialist for your skin, so why not a therapist for your mind?
Which foods banish bad moods?
Rather than going cold turkey, switch to decaf in the afternoons, then gradually cut down. Avoid caffeine completely in the evening, including decaf coffee and green tea, which also contain some caffeine.
Time to spa (Part 3)
The resort’s not all dabbling about in water, though. There’s a great selection of restaurants – from the cosy Swiss Zollstrube restaurant to Asian via the Mediterranean.
Time to spa (Part 2)
As for dining, you can be as virtuous or indulgent as you choose. The all-inclusive deal includes breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner at a choice of three restaurants, which take influences from Europe and the Middle East.
Time to spa (Part 1)
Spring is the perfect time for a spa break – and these four promise more than just pampering, with invigorating activities for a mind and body overhaul
Pesticides are a no-go for me
Organic food remains a much debated topic, and while recent studies show it has higher levels of vitamins, over tine, other benefits have become important to me, too.
Your 40-week Journey : What's a High-risk Pregnancy? Complications in pregnancy (part 2)
Placenta previa means a low-lying placenta, which occurs when the placenta is either partially covering (partial or minor), or completely covering (complete or major), the cervix.
Your 40-week Journey : What's a High-risk Pregnancy? Complications in pregnancy (part 1)
Cholestasis is a condition in which bile does not flow freely down the bile ducts in the liver, causing bile to leak into the bloodstream. This condition poses serious risks for both the mother and the baby, and so it is important that it is diagnosed with a blood test and managed as soon as possible.
Liquid courage
Confidence, energy, sex appeal: That pretty bottle of perfume holds more than a pleasant-smelling liquid. It may be the best performance enhancer you’ve tried.
Confession of Yummy
Life, she assures me, is chaotic and imperfect: “But I embrace the flaws.” If we are to be flawed, we’d like to do it the Yasmin way, please. Here, she tells us about the rules she has happily broken…
Can Yoga help with high blood pressure?
If you have high blood pressure or know you are at risk for it, yoga postures, breathing, and mediation can be powerful tools in your self-care-regime.
I eat to nourish my body
Eating healthily has the added bonus of helping me maintain a steady weight. As a teenager, I tried every diet going and my weight yo-yoed as result.
9 colors will help you feel better
According to psychologists and color experts, those colors that you meet every day – from the red nails painting colors to the dirt colors at Starbucks – are all effecting your emotions.
6 types of food for improving your memory
According to health experts, foods which are rich in antioxidants and Omega-3 fatty acid can improve your brain and memory.
Stress Mastery : Looking at the World Differently - Dealing with Irrational Beliefs
The two common forms of irrational self-talk are statements that catastrophize or revolve around absolutes. Catastrophic thinking involves expecting the worst and/or giving nightmarish interpretations of your experience.
Stress Mastery : Looking at the World Differently - Reframing & Giving Up Being Right
If you are playing tennis or chess or any other competitive event, we recommend that you still put your focus on winning. However, we recommend extreme caution in trying to win in the arena of interpersonal relationships at home or at work.
Your 40-week Journey : Sick and Tired The side effects of pregnancy part 2)
To alleviate feelings of nausea and sickness in pregnancy, try eating little and often, and sip water continually during the day. Some women find ginger helps, so you could try nibbling ginger cookies, perhaps before you get out of bed.
Your 40-week Journey : Sick and Tired The side effects of pregnancy part 1)
I'm embarrassed because I think I've got hemorrhoids. I don't want to go to the doctor—what can I do?
Long-term Outlook : The Future of Migraine
Studies have shown men are associated with a lower probability of being diagnosed with migraine. Men are reluctant to seek healthcare for any medical problem, and headaches are often assumed to be caused by stress.
Long-term Outlook : Long-term Effects of Migraine & Long-term Effects of Medication
If you have used analgesics regularly for years, you will have developed medication overuse headache, which causes chronic daily headache. These conditions can be treated, but this is not easily done
Stress Mastery : Acquiring Body Wisdom - The Importance of Stretching Your Muscles
An intrinsic part of the fight-or-flight response is muscle tension. When muscles tighten, they also shorten. One way to reverse the fight-or-flight response is to lengthen your muscles.
Stress Mastery : Acquiring Body Wisdom - Cultivating Body Wisdom & Progressive Muscle Relaxation
For many it is a measure of how many facts they know or how intelligent they are. Body wisdom, however, is not about how thoughts affect your body but about how your body affects your thoughts
Now You're Pregnant : Will Life Ever be the Same? Special situations
Pregnant women who are older or younger than average are likely to have additional concerns about how they will cope with pregnancy and impending motherhood.
Get the instant energy (Without the espresso!)
Using your right hand, measure three fingers down horizontally from the crease of your left wrist and you’ll find the “pericardium 6” point, famed for amping up energy.
The ultimate accessory for A WHITE TEE?
You can’t beat a well-cut white T-shirt. Cool, confident and the ultimate partner to every spring trend, it looks just as chic with pastel jeans as dressed up all the way with a statement skirt and killer heels.
See for your health
The eyes are more than windows to your soul- they are also a good place to look for signs of trouble brewing in your body.
Is This Really A Fast Track to Happiness?
Yoga isn’t just about exercise, though. It’s about being “in the moment”, which, it turns out, is another well-trodden route to happy town.
Exhausted? Yeah! Isn't Everyone (part 2)
Most of the signs of exhaustion are obvious: You’re likely well aware that shunning shut-eye can make you look and feel like a zombie. You’ll also obviously have less energy, and you might find yourself being bitchy or overemotional.
Exhausted? Yeah! Isn't Everyone (part 1)
Most woman are on the go-go-go from morning till night, talking epic to-do lists while navigating one distraction after another.
Baking, Yoga, Making Friends With Random Strangers
Actually, smiling is my first task of the week. Scientists believe facial expressions can affect mood; one study has shown that if you hold a pencil between your teeth – causing your mouth to approximate a smile – you’ll find cartoons funnier.
A silent killer, getting louder (part 2)
Endometriosis, infertility, and early menstruation can all increase a woman’s chances of developing ovarian cancer, as can a family history of breast or ovarian cancer. But the best high-risk assessment lies in your DNA: Some 10 percent of cases are hereditary.
A silent killer, getting louder (part 1)
Ovarian cancer is a stealth enemy, but you can outsmart it by caring for your body and knowing the ambiguous danger signs.
Your body on… a 30-minute run
Every time you step out to break a sweat, your cells set off a near total-body chain reaction that leads to awesome mental and physical benefits.
Stress Mastery : Cultivating Awareness - Stress Hardiness Attitudes
The third and final attitude that Kobasa discovered to be typical of stress-hardy indi viduals is that of challenge. This attitude can perhaps be best explained by considering the concept of crisis.
Stress Mastery : Breathing - Diaphragmatic Breathing & Breathing Variations
You need only do the most basic breathing awareness exercises to achieve a much more relaxed state of body and mind. As long as your breathing is becoming slower, quieter, and deeper, you are moving in the right direction.
Now You're Pregnant : What Do I Tell My Boss? Your rights and benefits (part 2) - Managing outside home Your life at work
Women currently comprise 46 percent of the 137 million workers in the US. The need to contribute to the family and to the community as well as financial concerns often require that pregnant women work outside the home.
Now You're Pregnant : What Do I Tell My Boss? Your rights and benefits (part 1)
Paternity leave is a relatively new concept in the US with other European countries far ahead in how much time a father can take off work after the birth of a baby.
Living with Migraine : Dealing with Illnesses
Any headache that starts very rapidly and is very severe needs immediate medical attention to make sure you have not had a brain hemorrhage (bleeding into the brain) from an aneurysm (abnormal ballooning of an artery wall) or stroke.
Living with Migraine : Women’s Health
It may be helpful to track menstrual cycles on your migraine diary. The falling estrogen levels, which occur 2–3 days before the first day of menstruation, trigger the menstrual migraine. You need to start your menstrual migraine treatment before the onset of the attack.
Manage Stress : Relating Well in the Workplace - Win Support for Your Goals
We have already seen that people in positions of power can have a negative impact on your projects and on your position. With a little effort, some of them could become strong supporters rather than a source of stress.
Manage Stress : Relating Well in the Workplace - Deal With People in Power
There are always people who have the power to affect you and your goals. The influence of your manager, clients, politicians, and others within or outside the organization may be a source of severe stress.
Now You're Pregnant : Should I Go Swimming? Keeping active in pregnancy (part 2)
Practicing yoga in pregnancy is hugely beneficial. As well as strengthening and toning muscles, which will help you in labor and birth, yoga aims to bring about a greater awareness of your breathing rhythms, providing a perfect relaxation tool in pregnancy and preparing you to breathe through the contractions.
Now You're Pregnant : Should I Go Swimming? Keeping active in pregnancy (part 1)
Kegel exercises involve squeezing your buttocks and pulling in your stomach muscles, then holding for 5 seconds and releasing. Repeat this 5–6 times several times a day. You could imagine your pelvic floor going up like an elevator, contracting your muscles a little more at each floor.
Living with Migraine : Migraine-friendly Recipes
You can adapt many of your favorite recipes by replacing ingredients that are migraine triggers with more migraine-friendly ones. The more recipes you can adapt, the more dietary choices you will have. The following recipes come from a collection enjoyed by many of my migraine patients.
Living with Migraine : Eating Out
When eating out, you need to plan on saying “no” to certain foods and be prepared to make the right food choices. Many restaurants offer healthier choices that can be migraine-friendly.
Reducing Stress : Taking Action at Home - Improving Diet
We are what we eat. When we are under stress, we tend to fill ourselves with convenience food, which can be synonymous with “junk”. Eating well must be part of any serious programme to reduce stress levels. Make a start by minimizing bad habits.
Reducing Stress : Taking Action at Home - Developing Interests
Finding a balanced lifestyle is essential to our overall wellbeing. Physical activities such as aerobics or tennis can concentrate the mind and help to reduce the outward symptoms of stress, while hobbies such as painting can provide emotional calm.
Now You're Pregnant : What to Eat…What Not to Eat Your diet in pregnancy (part 2)
Some experts have suggested that problems that occur later in life, such as obesity, diabetes, and other health problems, may be caused not only by what a person eats in their own lifetime, but also by what their mother ate while she was pregnant.
Now You're Pregnant : What to Eat…What Not to Eat Your diet in pregnancy (part 1)
Some experts have suggested that problems that occur later in life, such as obesity, diabetes, and other health problems, may be caused not only by what a person eats in their own lifetime, but also by what their mother ate while she was pregnant.
Pregnancy Day by Day : Welcome to your First Trimester (part 35)
One of the best ways to curb your sweet tooth is to eat regular meals. This helps to steady your blood-sugar level and reduce sweet cravings. Try not to go longer than three hours without eating and, if you’re hungry, have a healthy snack between meals, such as a chicken sandwich, a low-fat yogurt, or fruit, which can be fresh, canned, or dried, such as raisins or apricots.
 
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