Brochures Publications and Glossary

Sleep

Many people tend to underestimate the importance of a full night of good sleep! With some simple adjustments to your nighttime routine, you can ensure that you sleep for longer, more restful periods.

A Resource from the National Sleep Foundation

A Resource from the Division of Sleep Medicine at Harvard Medical School

Breathing

Current research indicates that good breathing skills are associated with with overall health and wellness, and poor breathing skills are correlated with stronger tendencies towards illness! Breathing is not just relaxing, it has been scientifically proven to positively affect the heart, brain, digestive, nervous, and immune systems!

Three Breathing Exercises by Dr. Andrew Weil, MD

Stress Awareness

Just staying aware of what stresses in your environment can be avoided, or at least processed differently than just being absorbed, one can experience intense levels of relaxation and bypass tension to the nervous system and heart.

MSN Article: Job Burnout worse for your heart, than smoking.

Positive Psycology NYC Meditation