How to Relax

Breathe Here Now

Alan Dolan | Posted 12.08.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Alan Dolan

Experiencing a deep breath into the abdomen is not only relaxing; it's been scientifically proven to positively affect the heart, brain, digestive and immune system. Once the breath is moving in the abdomen, the upper lungs can be activated so eventually the breath is full, connected and active.

How To Relax: The New Two-Minute Method

Tom Cornwall | Posted 14.09.2013 | UK Lifestyle
Tom Cornwall

For something to be really useful in helping us relax and it needs to be three things: simple to follow, easy to develop as a habit and also works. I'm going to share something with you that I've been doing myself and working on for a little while.

How and to Meditate and Find Inner Peace - An Easy Beginner's Guide

Alice Grist | Posted 22.07.2012 | UK Lifestyle
Alice Grist

Meditation is one of my favourite things. For a long time I felt I were doing a necessary service. But now it has me in it's gentle grip and I cannot get enough! Meditation can be taken as a small soulful snack or if you love it, then it can be an everyday pursuit. Meditation is about striving to find a still tranquil point inside your own mind and soul.

Scientists Link Excessive Worrying To Intelligence

The Huffington Post UK | Sarah O'Meara | Posted 16.10.2013 | UK Lifestyle

A new study by researchers at SUNY Downstate Medical Center in the US suggests that excess worrying could be a sign of intelligence. Scientists fo...