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Deepak Chopra Discusses the Role of Alternative Medicine and Spirituality in Wellbeing

Integrated medicine expert Deepak Chopra joined USC’s dean of religious life in virtual conversation through Visions and Voices’ Thrive series

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Mind-Body Synergy

Whether you seek lower blood pressure, a longer silhouette, or a more peaceful response to life’s pressures, disciplined practices like yoga, tai chi and Pilates offer a host of transformative benefits.

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6 Ways Optimism Positively Impacts Your Health

Be healthier through one simple choice every day: be optimistic

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Looking on the Bright Side May Be Good for Your Health

A number of recent long-term studies has linked greater optimism to a lower risk of developing cardiovascular disease and other chronic ailments and to fostering “exceptional longevity.”

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I Tried the Wim Hof Method and These Are My Honest Thoughts

The Wim Hof Method comprises three components: breathing exercises, training your mindset and concentration, and gradual exposure to the cold. For my trial, I focused mainly on the breathing exercises (though did dabble with the cold exposure).

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Darian Hall and Elisa Shankle on Building a New Kind of Wellness Studio in Brooklyn

Darian Hall and Elisa Shankle wanted to create a space for growth in all its forms.

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What Does the Research Say about Reflexology?

Research studies in the U.S. and around the world indicate possible benefits of reflexology, particularly in reducing pain, enhancing relaxation, and reducing psychological symptoms, such as anxiety and depression.

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Forest Bathing, Nature Time Are Hot Health Advice

The practice of forest bathing, also called forest therapy, involves no bathing and isn’t led by a therapist but a trained, certified guide or guides. In Japan, the practice is decades old and known as shinrin-yoku, which means “taking in the forest.”

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4 Simple Ways to Take Care of Yourself While Living in the World in 2020

If you don’t practice joy, you will not survive this shit.

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Meditation, Mindfulness and the Mind-Body Connection: ARCP Soldiers Practice Yoga and iRest

Sometimes, Soldiers assigned to the Soldier Recovery Unit at Schofield Barracks, Hawaii, step onto mats to take an adaptive yoga class that involves Warrior postures. Other times, they roll out their mats for a guided meditation practice called Integrative Restoration (iRest).

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