Learn how to break bad habits and make the good ones stick. We've got 15 easy-to-follow healthy solutions.
Whether it's snacking before dinner or eating on the run, we frequently fall into patterns with little thought at all. The potential consequences of habitual eating are anything but nourishing -- it can lead to health problems ranging from poor digestion to weight gain, and an increase in the stress and imbalance in our lives.
Did you know zoning while watching TV can partially satisfy your sleep drive? That means that come bedtime, the alerting force (the signal that tells the body to wake up) has the upper hand, making it hard to nod off. Instead, use qigong, a healing art drawn from TCM, that can help you correct even occasional sleep problems at their source, allowing you to feel healthy and rested again.