6 Weird Ways to Eliminate Stress Immediately

Healthinista and nutritionist Charlotte Web shares the following unexpected but effective ways to relax when you feel at the breaking point.

5 Signs Your Dog is Stressed and How You Can Help

Just like people, dogs experience stress too. Here are five common signals your pup is feeling anxious and some ways you can help.

7 Tips for Creating the Perfect Prayer or Meditation Space at Home

Relieving anxiety and depression are among the many benefits gained from practicing meditation. Here are seven ways to incorporate the practice in your daily routine.

7 Signs You May Be Deficient in Magnesium

Magnesium deficiency is very common. Here are seven signs to watch out for.

Worrying About Your Health is Bad for Your Heart

Do you worry that you’ll get sick, develop a serious illness, or be diagnosed with a chronic health problem? 

6 Aromatherapy Oils for Anxiety

Essential oils are a safe alternative to medicine when seeking relief from life's stressors.

Study Warns Stress May Trigger Alzheimer’s

A study found anxiety and tension cause key proteins to accumulate in the brain, which leads to the neurodegeneration associated with Alzheimer’s.

Why Having Your Dog in Bed May Lead to Better Sleep

You’ve tried everything you can think of to get a good night’s sleep, but nothing seems to work well. According to a new study, help for getting enough zzz’s might come from an unexpected source – your pet.

Turns Out This Household Chore Can Actually Reduce Stress — If Done the Right Way

A study published in the journal Mindfulness, shows the positive effects that washing dishes can have on people, such as promoting a mindful state and an increased overall sense of well-being.

New Evidence that These Popular Medications Are Causing an Epidemic of Violence

ANH-USA has researched dozens of the most high-profile cases of violent crimes over the last few decades. We found that in just under half of the cases (eleven out of twenty-three), the perpetrator was documented to be taking, or had recently stopped taking, some form of antidepressant or antipsychotic medication.