Quick Stress Reducing Strategies

During these uncertain and always changing times, it’s really important to have quick stress-reducing strategies to help us work through our emotions. Establishing and practicing healthy habits...

Your Bedtime Routine

The research on the importance of sleep is everywhere. But just because we know it’s a key aspect of our health doesn’t mean that  it’s always easy to achieve. Here are some simple tips to...

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Deep Breathing Exercise

Next time you are waiting in line or at a stop light, instead of instinctively reaching for your phone, try this deep breathing exercise:

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Straighten Up for Stress Relief

By Cassie Zehenny

Warmer weather, budding flowers, and spring cleaning- each of these things has the potential to greatly lift our spirits when March and...

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Starting a Gratitude Practice

By Cassie Zehenny

Practicing gratitude daily is invaluable. All it takes is a notebook (or even a random piece of paper!) and  a pen to start reaping the...

Breathing Exercises

By Megan Schultz

Looking for a way to find relaxation through breathing but not sure where to start? This is the place to begin!

Deep breathing is a great way to reduce stress in your...

February is National Heart Month. Learn how to lower your risk of heart disease.

Five Ways to Lower Your Risk of Heart Disease

February is the month for hearts – chocolate hearts, Valentine’s Day hearts, and most importantly, our own heart. In fact, February is American Heart Month – a federally designated month-long event created to help raise awareness about heart disease and prevention.