mental health

exercise | Longevity LIVE

Don’t get us wrong–toned arms and chiseled abs are an amazing benefit of working out regularly. But there are also plenty of reasons to exercise that don’t involve looking like a Marvel superhero. Chief among them: better mental health. You probably already know that exercise can reduce symptoms of anxiety

While some of us have been looking forward to post-lockdown living because it’ll give us a chance to have a social life again, there are some people who are battling with post-lockdown anxiety at the thought of re-entering the world. Now while we’re all looking forward to seeing our family

Forest bathing is what it sounds like. This is a Japanese therapy to help cope with and manage stress, by immersing yourself completely in natural surroundings. Whilst it’s not a literal bath, forest bathing is a sensory bath. Every one of us is surrounded by tons of nature, which also

nutrition for depression [longevity live]

Nutrition might feel a bit like a slippery slope this year, particularly after this tsunami we call 2020. Mother-nature surprised us with a wildcard virus. On top of this, there is financial pressure, lost jobs, systemic racial disputes and all other kinds of upheaval. In essence, not only is our

meditation | Longevity LIVE

Everybody seems to be meditating. An ancient tradition that was often synonymous with Buddhist monks, meditation has taken the world by storm and it is continuously spoken about in everyday conversations with many people asking, “so how often do you meditate?” Countless articles have been written about the practice which

depression | Longevity Live

If you are feeling uncertain or worried at the moment, or possibly suffering from depression, you’ll be relieved to know that you are not alone. The outbreak of this deadly virus, which was first reported in China, has affected more than one hundred countries including big nations like the U.S

Cabin Fever | Longevity LIVE

Have you been feeling increasingly restless and irritable the past couple of weeks? Do you find it harder to concentrate and are you feeling almost claustrophobic? If so, you may be struck with a case of cabin fever. After months of quarantine and lockdowns of varying degrees all over the

Podcasts | Longevity LIVE

The coronavirus pandemic has tilted our realities and now millions of people are now stuck indoors. This is done as an effort to curb the spread of the virus. Now with so many people stuck at home, with a lot more free time, cabin fever may have begun to set

Mental health | Longevity LIVE

As the facts surrounding the global coronavirus pandemic continue to change at a moment’s notice, it’s important to stay informed on the latest news. Doing so can help us make informed decisions to better protect our health. However, as important as it is to stay up to date with the

Former monk Jay Shetty says this might be the perfect time for YOU to start meditating. Take this world crisis as an opportunity brought to us by the Universe to take time to look within. Generally, the world is a busy place with so little time to think about what