Stress

Monday blues [longevity live]

Monday blues is a very common sensation that tends to lurk around in our minds at the start of a new week. Sometimes the thought of getting back into the swing of things seems too awful to face. That’s why we end up hitting the snooze button, again and again, every

worn out| Longevity LIVE

Don’t miss this upcoming Longevity event at The Mesh Club in Rosebank, Johannesburg. Are your shoulders and neck tight? Do you feel anxious, frustrated and seem short tempered? Let businessman, yogi and mindfulness practitioner  Sean Beautement show you  how to take control during our unique one hour workshop So if you

stand [longevity live]

Stand up paddleboarding (SUP) is a fun, fitness activity that anybody can do. The activity is becoming quite popular and people of all ages are giving it a try. Workout or leisurely paddle down the creek. You get to soak up the sun and explore the beautiful scenery around you without

Nitsa Citrine shares [longevity live]

Nitsa Citrine shares the power of adaptogens. She is a  wellness expert and the founder of House of Citrine. An adaptogen is a tonic herb or medicinal plant that works to bring the body into a state of balance. It’s growing in popularity because it helps your body to adapt to internal

bad habits | Longevity LIVE

While aging is a natural, biological process that we all have to eventually accept – nobody ever wants to look older than they are. Often, genetics and skin tone can determine how well one ages yet there are other external factors that can encourage premature aging. Some of us may be

rest [longevity live]

Rest, unfortunately, is something that too many of us consider a luxury nowadays. I speak to people about and many of them can’t help but feel guilty for doing absolutely nothing. It seems we are expected to just go, go, go at full speed day in and day out. This

anxiety | Longevity LIVE

Stress is common. In a world that constantly asks for a lot, it’s common to find yourself lost and unable to cope. However, the cause for concern arises when your stress becomes chronic before turning into anxiety. As someone who suffers from anxiety, it’s important to note that if chronic,

Student

The link between young adults – in particular, university students — and high levels of depression and depressive symptoms is well documented. But when exactly are they at their highest? Are stress levels and risks of depressive episodes as elevated on campus in September as they are in, say, April?

sleep and daytime napping

More than 126 million U.S. adults reported experiencing chronic pain in the previous three months, according to a 2015 study in the Journal of Pain — 25.3 million contend with it every day, and 23.4 million say that it’s severe. If you’re one of those folks, you know that takes

anxiety | Longevity LIVE

Research tells us that millennials are the most anxious generation to date. But, while life is undeniably – and unavoidably – stressful, you don’t have to rely on medication to curb your angst. The first weapon you have in your arsenal against anxiety is the understanding that it’s a derivative of