Mind Your StressBy Vitina |Comments: 0 | April 19, 2017
In May 2017, the WanderfulSoul “Mind Your Stress” article was sent to 80,000 homes across Canada through the Globe and Mail. The article was published in Women’s Brain Health Initiative‘s Mind Over Matter magazine. A magazine that educates and encourages brain healthy habits.
In many recent studies, we’ve learned that yoga and meditation are both great tools to begin a mindfulness practice and help with long-term brain health. While it may be easier to kickstart these habits while diving deep on a yoga retreat, there are many other ways to live a mindful lifestyle in the comfort of your own home.
Live Your Life With Less Stress & More Balance
Stress is an inevitable part of life, but can be detrimental to your health when it is at chronic levels for long periods of time. The good news is that there is never a bad time to start learning new techniques to help put your mind at ease.
What is mindfulness practice?
A mindfulness practice doesn’t necessarily mean that life is full of blissful moments. The concept involves practicing mindful techniques to help you navigate through your life in a more fluid way, rather than resisting or dwelling on negative situations. There are many benefits to incorporating this into your lifestyle, including regulating mood, reducing depressive symptoms, improving focus and attention, and reducing your stress and anxiety.
You can find these 5 tips and the full article in the Mind Over Matter magazine.
Read the full article in the Mind Over Matter Magazine – Page 58: Here >>