80% of all adults in the U.S. experience, or report, lower back pain.
Compare that to 12% of the population who has sought the services of
The more we’ve moved humanity indoors, automated our skills away, and gotten our experience of the world filtered and sent to us through screens…
The more we’ve lost touch with some of the vital skills cavemen and prehistoric men learned in order to survive.
We’re only able to tell an automated device to play a song by a famous dead artist, or microwave a burrito, or fly to a different time zone on a moment’s notice, because our ancestors developed the essential skills that were necessary to beat the odds and survive.
It’s considered the hallmark of adulthood: “I’m so tired.”
Nap culture, staying-in-on-a-Friday culture, bragging-about-how-little-sleep-you-got culture is rampant in 2019. But have you ever thought about how your REM cycle affects your gut culture?
Science is beginning to wake up to the relationship between your gut microbiome and the quality and quantity of sleep you’re getting. If there is a gut-brain axis, and your gut health can affect anything from your ADHD condition to the eczema on your skin, why shouldn’t sleep factor into your overall digestive health?
When you compliment someone on their energy, or even notice someone else’s energy, what are you really saying?
You’re alluding to an intangible — a force, a feeling, a figurative quality.
You’re going to keep hearing that word all year — energy — in headlines, in articles, in documentaries, on podcasts.
That’s because everyone is trying to get at the same point.
In recent years, more and more companies have been implementing workplace wellness programs. These programs focus on promoting the health and wellbeing of their employees,
There are four to seven eclipses of several varieties every year, and while each has their own meaning, they all share a sentiment in common…