The stress of moving affects us physically, emotionally and mentally. Cleaning out, discarding and possibly moving heavy items and furniture, can throw out our back and joints. As we prepare to pack items, we come across items that ellicit memories,
“Dear Mind. Please stop thinking so much at night. I need to sleep,” muses Charlie Brown in a famous Peanuts vignette. At DeNatura® Wellness, we believe sleep is not only a factor, but a dividend, of a healthy existence. It
Play is an important affair. Beyond the obvious fun and laughs and smiles you may derive, there is a host of mental, psychological, physical, and social benefits which are not always obvious.
Games are how we have fun, often not having
“Breathe and leave your mind blank,” says the yogi.
“Take a breather,” says your sports coach.
“Inhale, exhale”, says the doctor.
“Breathe in… long breath out,” says the massage therapist.
Breathing is so much more than a mere physiological task… it’s all around us.
While news changes every day, we are advised that every one of us will likely experience the COVID-19 virus in some way, shape or form. YOU CAN BOOST YOUR IMMUNITY NOW to help you withstand COVID-19 when it reaches your home. While we
Originally rooted in Buddhism to tackle the problems of existence since the 6th century BCE, mindfulness has trickled into mainstream knowledge since neuroscientists began to study it clinically in the 1970s. The wealth of scientific research and results and how these
Gratitude, as it turns out, is a many splendored thing. For the longest time, we have linked gratitude to spirituality, to religion… or to just being well behaved. Studies show that, among other things, gratitude is used as a moral
A dear high school friend recently shared an article that appeared in The Guardian entitled "Forget Mindfulness, Stop Trying to Find Yourself and Start Faking It". Of course, I was drawn to read it out of a curiosity to see what
Is stress hereditary? Are we more prone to it than others because of our up-bringing? It turns out that more nurturing behavior from our parents may affect our epi-genetic code and can make us more or less prone to manage