Carolyn Gretton

Got 10 minutes? Try these self-care hacks proven to destress and relax

We all know stress can ruin health and bring on disease. But who has the downtime to combat it? With a never-ending list of tasks to accomplish, scheduling time to relax seems like a distant dream. Lucky for us, researchers found it only takes 10 minutes to boost your body’s physiological engine of relaxation — and they’ve identified the most effective way to do it…

Joyce Hollman

Using massage to manage blood pressure, diabetes and arthritis

When was the last time you had a massage? The health benefits, both preventive and corrective, are well-researched, and have been experienced by a wide range of people. More than just a way to relax, it promotes health, alleviates pain, and slows the progress of diseases, like these…

Jenny Smiechowski

15-minutes to a fatigue-free life

No matter the cause of your fatigue, there is a simple solution that can provide relief. And it won’t even cost you a penny. In fact, it’s a treatment you can give yourself in the comfort of your own home…

Dr. Mark Wiley

Energize your body with reflexology massage

Reflexology views each part of the body as a microcosm of every other part. As such, within the landscape of your feet, palms, or forearms are maps or holographic representations of all the organs of your body.

Carl Lowe

Use this hand massage to sleep without pain

If pain keeps you up at night and complicates your efforts at sleep, a study shows that a simple method of massaging your own hand may get you to slumber land and keep you there.

Dr. Mark Wiley

Partner stretches for neck and shoulder pain (with video)

If your neck and shoulders often hurt, there’s no reason to suffer. You can easily learn simple stretches that can soothe your aching muscles and offer relaxing relief.