When anxiety and its symptoms strike, these natural and clean products will help you restore calm.
The next time you're overwhelmed by everyday stressors, try these simple tips to clear your mind, calm yourself and return to focus.
Managing your daily life is hard enough throughout the year, but the holidays can have you extra-stressed. Don’t let burnout get the best of you – find out how mental health experts advise navigating the holiday season to keep your mental (and physical) health well.
It's easy to get caught up in the holiday chaos—but you don't have to. Here are five simple ways to carve out some much-needed "you" time.
Pack your bag with these holiday wellness remedies to fight back against travel-related issues from indigestion to jet lag.
If you’re struggling with anxiety or related stress and symptoms, turn to herbs. Certain soothing herbs may have the potential to induce feelings of calm and relaxation.
Struggling to lose weight? Here are 6 weight-loss mistakes you could be making.
If you suffer from stress, anxiety or memory loss, you’ll want to keep a watchful eye out for partially hydrogenated oils, a super-common ingredient that can trigger or worsen symptoms.
Dr. Josh Axe's new reference guide uses the power of Eastern medicine, herbal remedies and mind-body practices to help improve overall health.
As the COVID-19 pandemic wears on across the world, two of the most important health factors to regulate right now are your immune system and mental health. You may be surprised to find out that both your immunity and your psyche are intrinsically linked to your gut health, and gut-supportive practices can have positive effects on both these health factors.
Nutritionist Erin Macdonald talks about using food as medicine, and she shares her tips for keeping your immune system strong during these stressful times.
Stress is a factor in 60 to 80% of visits to primary-care physicians, according to a recent study – yet many struggle to carve out time to practice a proven anxiety-reducing technique: meditation. Looking to manage my daily pressures with more ease, I challenged myself to meditate for 14 days straight, no excuses and no cheats. The result? A quieter mind, improved sleep and, perhaps surprisingly, a changed relationship with technology.
Our resident natural-foods chef and all-around wellness guru Pamela Salzman reveals her top hacks for keeping her health on track.
Sometimes stress is unavoidable, but the long-term effects can cause over-eating and poor heart health. Here are six ways to reduce the stress in your life.