Stress Relief

Stress can have major negative impacts on your health. Let us help you beat your stress with these articles and tips.

Getting quality sleep is highly important to maintaining good health and protecting us from both acute and chronic health issues. According to a study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), more than 1 in 3 American adults are not getting enough sleep on a regular basis. As a result, many people are l…

Sitara Hewitt is a Film and Television actor, Reiki Practitioner, Meditation and Life Coach. In this episode of “Your Wellness Now” Sitara discusses various tips for Stress Relief. *The views expressed in this video belong solely to the video blog contributor and not to Bell Lifestyle Products. These statements do not…

The relationship between the mind and body is very complex. The mind itself is very complicated – that’s why psychology is its own science. Most of us are aware of the powerful relationship between the mind and body, but not to its full effect. We don’t necessarily think of how it relates to our own life, or why we mig…

Although ‘brain fog’ is a fairly vague term, most people have a sense of what it means. Typically it refers to your ability to think and remember. For some, it’s more of a difficulty with focus, whereas for others it’s a difficulty in recalling facts or names. No matter how it is defined or described, it can be incredi…

While your energy and resistance are being drained, your stress level is going up. You probably experience symptoms such as anxiety, irritability, muscle tension, sleeplessness, depression or other serious problems. It can be easy to ignore these when they happen day-to-day, so we’ve created this helpful infographic to…

In today’s fast paced world, we work too much, sleep too little, and pay the price for our non-stop lifestyle in the form of stress. Thankfully there’s natural remedies to reduce stress and improve your health.

According to the American Psychiatric Association, anxiety disorders are a group of related conditions that share features of excessive and persistent fear. Fear is a natural response to an imminent threat; however anxiety occurs when there is anticipation and worry about a future threat. It is estimated that 30 per ce…

No matter where you are in life, the fall season rarely fails to provide a variety of avenues into new experiences. First days of school, getting back to work, moving in, growing up, moving on… The condition of our physical body is a direct reflection of the ways in which we use them. So, amidst (what seems to be) the…

1. No Arguing at the Table Make this a ground-rule that you send to your family members ahead of time. Focus on the joy and positive interactions. 2. Include Daily Exercise It’s a good time to get a head-start on New Years goal #1 – exercising and losing weight. What better way than to exercise…it’s like giving yoursel…

Whether you are a parent of a young child or of a college student, back to school is an important transition for you and your children. It represents a meaningful challenge for the child: academically, socially and emotionally. The “back-to-school” transition can be prepared for proactively and my article below incorpo…