We all know what stress is—we experience it every day in ways both big and small. As it turns out,
a little bit of stress is actually
good for you… but what about when you get overloaded? Too much stress can throw the body into chaos—mentally, physically and emotionally.
Past and present traumatic events have physical and mental
effects on the human body that can manifest into chronic
pain and/or post traumatic stress. Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
affects an average of eight million adults during a given year,
while one in three Americans will be affected by chronic pain in their lifetime.
November is here, and you know what that means—the days are getting shorter, colder, and for some of us, a little snowier. It’s time to get winter-ready! We’ve put together a checklist to help you out.
The holiday season is here! Don’t let family, travel plans and shopping stress you out.
With our newest infographic, you’ll learn how to recognize
the most common causes of stress and easy ways to find relief—both short and long term!
Looking for the perfect comfort food for crock-pot season? How about an oldie but goodie that is filling and healthy? Pull out your slow cooker and gather your ingredients for this hearty and healthy variation of chili. Read More
As we enter the winter months, daylight saving time is ending,
and the first week after the time shift can be an adjustment—good and bad.
The first Sunday of November is when daylight saving time (DST) ends,
and for most people, this causes energy levels to change.
To help you during this transition, the Be Well blog has some tips on how to make the most of your additional hour of sleep and some common issues to keep an eye out for!
Stress can come in many forms when you are going about your daily routine—while getting ready for the day, at work or even while driving in traffic. Here are some tips on how to stretch away your stress before you start your day and while you wind down for the evening.
Looking for a new hearty, healthy soup recipe to get you through the winter? This simple cauliflower soup is fast, easy and most importantly—good for you! Cauliflower is rich in fiber, vitamin C, and antioxidants, which can help aid digestion and reduce inflammation. It’s perfect for a winter warmup!