stress management

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

Whether it derives from work, finances, relationships, or the latest pandemic, stress affects everyone. But stress, especially chronic stress, can create true health issues, including high blood pressure, insomnia, anxiety disorders and even depression. When this happens, it can cause a cascade of other problems–mentally, physically and emotionally. We need

destress defy aging

Destress yourself so that you can have the most successful and relaxing experience possible this year. 2020 is an even number, so we believe it’s going to be a great one! Let’s do our best to ensure we’re calm getting through it. Luckily there are a few very effective ways

job | Longevity LIVE

Considering the fact that we spend an average of 35 hours a week at the office, the last thing you’d want to do is spend all that time at a job you absolutely despise. In fact, research from management consulting company Gallup found that around 50% of full-time employed Americans

work music [longevity live]

Work music is fantastic for setting the mood and keeping you company while you get to the grind! However, not everyone will agree. For those who don’t, we can offer some proof behind the therapeutic and mental benefits of listening to music whilst you work. I love listening to music,

office | Longevity LIVE

With the holiday’s officially over, it’s time to get back into things at the office. With the average person spending half of their life at work, working hours are likely to take a toll on their health. Be it stress, desk stagnancy or unhealthy eating habits- the office can be

manage stress | Longevity Live

Life doesn’t always give us time to prepare for unforeseen stress and having a few lighter tips on hand to manage,  can really help. Here Are Our Quick  Lighter Tips You Can Apply to Help Manage Your Stress   1. Pop Some Bubble Gum Time to channel your inner teen. Studies