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Mindfulness combined with hypnotherapy aids highly stressed people, study finds Baylor University study finds mindfulness combined with hypnotherapy aids highly stressed people. Mindfulness meditation focuses on being present and aware...Read more
Listening to yoga music at bedtime is good for the heart Listening to yoga music at bedtime is good for heart health, according to research presented at 2018 European Society...Read more
Health Benefits of Daily Walking on Mortality Among Younger-Elderly Men Study shows incorporating regular walking into daily lives of younger-elderly men may improve the longevity and successful aging. Different duration...Read more
Natural mood regulation low or even absent in people with depression: how will lockdown affect this?
Natural mood regulation low or even absent in people with depression: how will lockdown affect this? A new study from the University of Oxford suggests that supporting natural mood regulation...Read more
Oh my aching back: Do yoga, tai chi or qigong help? Research at Florida Atlantic University supports yoga, tai chi and qigong as effective treatment alternatives to pain medications, surgery,...Read more
The Effect of Therapeutic Touch on Pain and Fatigue of Cancer Patients Undergoing Chemotherapy Study support growing evidence that Therapeutic Touch, a non-invasive, non-pharmacological intervention, is effective for decreasing pain...Read more
Tai Chi Helps Manage Intrusive Thoughts in Veterans With PTSD Boston University Medical Center researchers report that practicing tai chi can help alleviate some PTSD symptoms for veterans “Our findings...Read more
Lower back pain? Self-administered acupressure could help New study finds that a self-administered a traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) technique, acupressure, can help improve chronic pain symptoms in the lower back....Read more
Exercise: Psych patients' new natural prescription A study from the University of Vermont suggests that physical exercise is very effective at reducing a wide range of mental health and mood...Read more