We all worry. Deadlines, undone tasks, relationships, money, health — there's an infinite source of worry in our lives. That's why it's not surprising that about 38% of people worry every day. Worrying and ruminating aren't necessarily bad. But when we get caught up in overthinking, this can lead to anxiety.
Everybody knows that deep breathing is helpful. But aren't there more ways to calm down easily? In this post, we decided to explore four lesser-known anxiety hacks that can possibly be more helpful than the classic breathing techniques that we all know. If that sounds interesting, I suggest you read
Undoubtedly, smoking has its benefits. Why else are there more than a billion smokers in the world? Quite simply, cigarettes get their addictive nature from two different sources. First, there's the physical effect that nicotine has on the human brain. But that's just one aspect of it. We'll explore both
Making meditation into a regular habit is hard. One of the main obstacles that beginner meditators face is restlessness. People find it difficult to calm down and settle into their meditation for long enough. Where Restlessness Comes FromThere are things happening around us all the time. Internet advertisers, our colleagues