Adding a few foods (and water!) to your diet has been scientifically proven to help reduce stress.
What is happening in the body and mind when we focus on our breathing?
It seems that the key to feeling good and being productive might be to take more breaks.
Research from the University College London shows the effectiveness of using hobbies to boost mental health.
The technique of expressive writing is proven to boost mental health, reduce inflammation, help with sleep and much more.
The science is clear: it’s time to rethink how we spend our time in front of screens.
What is mental fitness and how you can you get started on improving your brain today?
Dr. Julie Smith is using the social media platform TikTok to extend her reach and normalize conversations about mental health.
At a time when mental health concerns are at a historical high, a marked increase in people practicing gratitude is seriously significant.
The science is in: Good News is Good for you!