Margaret Cantwell

The one time sitting doesn’t harm your health

You’ve probably heard and read that sitting seriously sabotages your heart health, and it may even double your heart disease risk. But that’s not always the case. There’s one instance when sitting is actually great for your heart…

Dr. Adria Schmedthorst

Why meditation could keep you out of the nursing home

New research clearly shows that meditation is about more than just relaxation. It can actually keep you clear and focused as you age. Maybe as my friend’s grandmother says, it can even keep you out of the nursing home. Here’s how to get started…

Dr. Adria Schmedthorst

The best way to overcome worry, decrease stress and win the waiting game

You’ve probably heard the old saying, “Waiting is the hardest part.” And, if you’ve ever actually worried yourself sick, you know how true it is. That’s because waiting for something to happen can be far worse than dealing with the reality of it happening.

Dr. Mark Wiley

4 Ways to shut down a racing mind for better sleep

You try to fall asleep at night, but no matter how tired you are, the racing thoughts streaming through your mind won’t stop. When the internal chatter is too much to handle or ceases to abate, it can cause mental fatigue and psychological distress. Here’s how to quiet it…

Dr. Mark Wiley

Improve focus and concentration through meditation

The practice of meditation is thousands of years old and there are many ways to do it. In the U.S. the methods of mindfulness meditation and transcendental meditation are most popular. But, if you’re new to meditation, you might find this method particularly helpful, especially if you need focus…

Dr. Mark Wiley

Make the most of “me time” with meditation

Can you afford to go on not really knowing how to meditate? Considering the far reaching health benefits, the answer is “no!” No longer is meditation only considered an ancient spiritual practice: its many physical benefits have been scientifically proven… in fact Harvard says it really works.