Workers in open office seating experience less daytime stress and greater daytime activity levels compared to workers in private offices and cubicles, according to a new study. That greater physical activity at the office is related to lower physiological stress during after-work hours outside the office, researchers say. This isContinue Reading

  A new approach to studying mindfulness-based interventions can help ensure that scientific evidence backs the claimed benefits of the practices—and potentially make them more effective. “This is the first step to an evidence-based personalized medicine approach to mindfulness.” One problem with mindfulness-based interventions (MBIs) is that they sometimes blendContinue Reading

Are you more stressed than usual? If you find yourself at the end of your rope then maybe it is time to play a little bit of video games. Research has discovered that playing video games may actually help you to destress. According to an article, getting involved in videoContinue Reading

A little stress can be good for cellular health, find molecular biologists. The work will help researchers better understand the molecular mechanisms that drive aging and risk for age-associated degenerative diseases. In a genetic study of the transparent roundworm C. elegans, the research team found that signals from mildly stressedContinue Reading

Recreational fishing is more than a hobby, it’s a valuable life skill. Survivalists make strong cases about why most people should learn to fish. It keeps you fed if you’re ever trapped in the wilderness. Fishing also helps calm you. Additionally, the fish themselves bring major health rewards to yourContinue Reading

Stress is part of the human nature. Some people tends to think stress is a subproduct of the accelerated way of life of the times we’re living in. Actually, when the caveman looked his hungry family after a week of failed hunting, he felt stressed. In his third month ofContinue Reading