The Trouble with Fast-Acting Anxiety Pills
They may not bring you the long-term relief you’re really looking for.
‘Back to Normal’ Anxiety Is More Common Than You Might Think
All about the unwelcome return of FOMO and how to manage it.
Radical Acceptance Is the Best Way to Stop Feeling So Frustrated
Trying to feel calmer? Change what you can and accept the rest.
How to Get More Joy in This Strange Season
Here’s what you should do if you’re feeling meh this time of year.
‘Adjustment Disorder’ Could Explain Why Your Mood Is So Weird Right Now
That lack of patience, irritability, and sudden urge to LASH THE $%@$! OUT at everyone? Yeah, you’re not alone.
Yoga in the Age of the Alpha Male
As a doctor, mental health professional, and registered yoga teacher, I routinely discuss yoga with my patients as a mindfulness-based practice with a growing body of evidence.
Why More Psychiatrists Are Recommending Yoga
A mind-body approach may improve depression, reduce anxiety, and increase feelings of positivity.
Why Men Are Falling in Love With Self-Care
A new survey suggests that men’s interest in self-care is on the rise.
What’s All the Fuss About Special K?
Esketamine may offer hope for those struggling with treatment resistant depression.
The Colors of Wellness
A new generation of advocates is working to diversify the wellness industry.
Integrating Nutrient Profiling in Depression Management
Is it possible that specific foods may help treat depressive symptoms? New research suggests they might.
Integrating Meditative Movement for Improved Mental Health
New evidence supports a role for meditative movement in treating major depressive disorder.
Advocating for Wellness in the Age of Skepticism
Tired of wellness getting a bad rap? Let’s turn to what the evidence might offer.
An Integrative Approach to Moving Away from Depression
New research supports the importance of physical activity for mental health.
Food and the Pursuit of Happiness
Dietary adjustments might help your antidepressant work better.