The past few months have been stressful for many, to say the least. With so many divided about the subject of reopening businesses and summer approaching, you’re likely faced with a dilemma. Whether you had to cancel your scheduled vacation due to closures or you’re on the fence about making plans, here are a few tips for an alternative – the perfect staycation.
There’s not much worse than the mid-afternoon slump; that part of the day a couple hours after lunch when you feel like curling up and taking a nap instead of finishing out the workday. You shouldn’t have to deal with that day in and day out, but it is a normal part of life and work for a lot of people.
Chronic sleep deprivation is defined as getting less than the recommended seven or eight hours of sleep each night for an extended period of time. It isn’t just associated with new parents trying to survive that first year with a baby; anyone getting less than the necessary sleep on a…
While we all might like to think we’re not angry people, the second we’re caught in traffic and running late for an appointment across town, or the kids do that one thing at the end of a crazy evening that is the last straw in the patience you had allotted for the day, another side of you might come out. Small instances like that aren’t alarming, but what happens when the frequency of them increases? How does anger affect out health? Here’s what you need to know about the cause and effect of anger, and how to stop anger in its tracks.
Stress is almost unavoidable, right? It’s just part of life. Whether you have a demanding job, a family to take care of, a lot of social obligations, a home to keep up with, or anything else in the everyday tasks of life, we’re all exposed to a ton of stress.