Keep your mental stress in check: It may harm your heart
Mental stress maybe a stronger predictor of a repeat heart attack or dying from heart disease.
How PM Modi stays stress-free during nation-wide lockdown: Yoga Nidra is his secret
PM Modi said that the Yogasana improves overall well-bein...
Want to manage stress better? Strike a balance between living in the moment, and planning ahead
This may lead to new interventions for better...
3 reasons why you should start a journal during coronavirus lockdown if you haven't already
Retired NASA astronaut Scott Kelly, who spent 340 days in space, recommends you should start keeping a journal.
Streaming in the time of Covid-19: YouTube follows Netflix, limits quality to SD for beating bandwidth stress
YouTube changes come into effect across the world today.
Businesses hit, anxiety sky-rockets during corona chaos: Indulging in hobbies, staying hydrated and doing yoga can help
Taking care of physical health can help how we feel.
Remote working 101: Nine apps that will help you bust stress and beat work-from-home blues
Lakhs of people around the world have been forced to work from home.
Dhawani Gaala says photography makes her lively and rejuvenated, helps keep stress at bay
The O’Mind Your Body founder clicks pictures whenever she travels.
Harmful colours can put your hair & skin under stress: Post-Holi tips to get the glow back
These tips will also help you get rid of the Holi colours.
Take a walk in the park: Spending time in nature may lower stress, anxiety
Just 10 minutes in nature can make all the difference.
A silver lining: Those who experience high stress have better chances of forming emotional bonds
For the study, the scientists interviewed 1,622 participants for eight consecutive nights.
Anger management: Women employees can handle last-minute work assignments better than men
While women succumb to ‘work stress’, men most-likely react in anger.
Not just your gut, prebiotics may improve quality of sleep as well
Prebiotic diet may also boost stress resilience.
Deep memories of SARS have triggered 'unprecedented' mental health issues in Hong Kong amid coronavirus fears
The 2003 SARS epidemic killed nearly 300 people in the city.
Stuck in traffic snarls? It can cause higher chronic stress, sleep deprivation
Long commutes eat up exercise time, and are associated with weight gain and high BP.
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